increases efficiency and effectiveness of local government operations.
within the established budget through the proper performance of management duties.
Tri-Cities Regional Chamber of Commerce, and the Visit TriCities commission.
Network Security Operations center, G5 $200M 4-year contract.
over a thousand CONUS and OCONUS locations.
-Selected as the DA Chief Information Officer, LTG Lawrence’s recommendation for selection ahead of
peers to Colonel/O6.
-Recognized for managing the only US Army’s IT Security program to achieve web e-government
technology integration, collaboration, development, and implementation to over 1000 US and overseas
locations, within one calendar year.
-Selected as lead US Army PM supporting 2012-2015 DA G6/CIO’s Program Objective application
Focus on the following capabilities:
-Senior Level Communication (Written/Oral)
-Theater Network Operations Security Center Integration
-Army Battle Command Systems
-Information Assurance Compliance/Cyber Security
-Comprehensive database management and migration using SQL
-Application Integration, testing, development
-Web based products
-Network Architecture development and management
-MS Office products
Army Aviator at US Army
June 1990 - June 1999 (9 years 1 month)
Skills & Expertise:
Mergers & Acquisitions
Honors and Awards:
2016 Pacific Rim Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition Champion Coach
Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition
First ever Community College to qualify for Nationals and win a regional cyber event.
In an effort to help facilitate the development of a regular, national level cyber security exercise, the Center
for Infrastructure Assurance and Security at the University of Texas at San Antonio agreed to host the first
Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) for the Southwestern region in April of 2005. While similar
to other cyber defense competitions in many aspects, the CCDC is unique in that it focuses on the operational
aspect of managing and protecting an existing network infrastructure. While other exercises examine the
abilities of a group of students to design, configure, and protect a network over the course of an entire
semester, this competition is focused on the more operational task of assuming administrative and protective
duties for an existing “commercial” network. Teams are scored based on their ability to detect and respond
to outside threats, maintain availability of existing services such as mail servers and web servers, respond to
business requests such as the addition or removal of additional services, and balance security needs against
2016 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition 7th place finisher
National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition 7th place finisher
First ever Community College to qualify for Nationals.
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