Senior Software Engineer - Nov. 2011 - Present. Designed and lead development team on internal IP-to-Product initiative, consisting of a 5 computer processing system for high resolution infra-red tracking of munitions in real-time. Currently working on an EW simulation framework and a calculation framework for artificial radiation belt analysis.
Division Manager - Southeast Division - Nov. 2009 - Nov. 2011. Managed division of 120+ staff and >$28M revenue, including responsibility for staffing, proposals, internal research and development efforts, business development, personnel development. Grew overall staff by 10% including key hires in SOF and Biomedical Engineering.
Group Leader – Advanced Modeling and Software Simulation – Oct. 2003 – Nov. 2009
Proposals. In addition to assisting on numerous proposals, I made significant contributions to: DTIC's SNIM - proposal manager (won, $2B ceiling IDIQ). DTRA’s NuCS– software lead – presented 60% of the oral proposal (won); DTRA’s SAM – Assistant Proposal Manager (won); DTRA’s INDRAC program – software/system lead (won);
Project Management. Served as the project manager for DTRA’s System Nuclear Survivability Assessment Module (December 2007 – Present). This 4.5 year/$10M program is developing applications using legacy high altitude nuclear effects codes. Served as PM for DTRA’s Nuclear Capability Services (NuCS) program ($2.5M/year). NuCS was a new start program for DTRA.
From October 2003 until January 2007, in addition to GL and Project responsibilities, I also served as PM for the division’s CMMI Process Improvement IR&D.
Lead Developer – IMEA – October, 2002 – September, 2005 Provided day to day management of all software development tasks including quality assurance, estimating, scheduling, customer relations, design reviews, and code reviews, as well as led numerous significant tasks.
Specialties: Software Architecture/Development, Management, Government Project Management
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