As the Naval Program manager for the DDR&E National Defense Education Program and the Naval Systems Command’s technical and program analyst, developed and been responsible for the execution for educational outreach for K-12 since 2005. Provide expert support to NAVSEA, NSWC, and DDR&E in strategic planning and implementation of NAVSEA 21CEETP and DDR&E/NDEP STEM educational outreach programs. The developed plan is serving as a basis for the developing Naval Systems Commands, Naval Shipyards, and ONR Naval focused outreach programs. Recognized as trusted agent providing technical, analytical, and program development expertise, in support of various Joint/Marine Corps/Asymmetric Warfare concepts and programs. Provide consulting and technical support for Military utility studies to define and articulate the potential benefit of investing in advanced real time sensor-to-shooter engagement systems. Responsible for vetting scenarios proposed for Operational Adaptation and Fires FNC studies with USMC, ONR and NSWC organizations. Provide consulting and provide technical support for the development of viable technology programs leveraging existing investments including SBIR, ONR, and DARPA efforts. Perform technical and analytical analysis to define the technical issues and strategic and tactical system requirements and transformation acquisition strategies for new concepts such as Sensor, Sensor-to-Shooter Concepts, Enhanced Fire Support and Targeting Systems, and Asymmetric Warfare. Provide analysis of technology study reports and emerging technology for the war fighter. Drafted Program Management Plans, System Engineering Management Plans, Memorandum of Agreements, and Technology Transition Agreements for USMC/ONR/ MCCDC/Army S&T efforts. Drafted the Charter for the MARCORSYSCOM approved Targeting and Engagement Center of Excellence. I developed the NSWC/DHS Northern Border Initiative Demonstration (NBID) Program Description Document for the establishment of an Operations Integration Center (OIC) at Selfridge AFB and the supporting Systems Integration Laboratory (SIL) at NSWC Dahlgren Division. He formed and led a team consisting of leading RADAR experts from SPAWARSYSCOM, NAVSEASYSCOM, the Center for Naval Analysis, Johns Hopkins University, and NAVIRSYSCOM to respond to a Congressional inquiry regarding the rationale for procuring the Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR), resulting in an Independent Assessment Final Report. This report provided an independent assessment of the ability of the Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) program to meet the Multi-Role Radar System (MRRS) Operational Requirements Document (ORD) weapons engagement requirements and verifies the existence of the Marine Corps' requirement for weapons engagement. PSI Adjudication of PPR OPM Eligibility of Top Secret on 2019 07 15 DISCO.
Combat Systems Safety
Educational Outreach Strategy
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