|Susie AdamsChief Technology OfficerMicrosoft FederalSusie Adams is the Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft Federal, managing all technical planning and IT decisions for Microsoft Federal and working directly with federal agencies to ensure they receive the technology tools and solutions to help achieve their business objectives. Susie leverages over 25 years of experience in IT and Computer Science to help government leaders understand and utilize the latest technology innovations. Prior to joining Microsoft, she held numerous leadership positions at Washington, DC, area consulting organizations including work at McGladery and Pullen, Booz-Allen-Hamilton and Financial Dynamics, where she was the Director of Web development. |
Ms. Adams is most recently noted for her leadership in standing up Microsoft's Technology and Innovation Center for the Washington, DC, region, where government customers and technology companies from across the region gather to envision, design and deploy new solutions. Susie is also winner of a prestigious Federal Computer Week Federal 100 award and an accomplished author on the topics of IT Integration and Web development. Her most recent book is on the development of standards-based Office Business Applications.
Susie holds a BS in Information Systems from George Mason University.
|Dr. Rosio AlvarezCIOLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryDr. Rosio Alvarez is CIO at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where she serves the computational needs of scientists that carry out over $.7B of sponsored research in quantitative biology; nanoscience; new energy systems and environmental solutions; and the use of integrated computing as a tool for discovery. She oversees a division that also supports major DOE user facilities including one of its few nanoscience centers, a supercomputer center, an advanced light source and a multi-lab genomics institute. Before coming to Berkeley, Dr. Alvarez was Associate Chancellor for IT at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she helped found the Northeast Research and Educational Network, an advanced optical network serving the major research institutions in Western Massachusetts. She has also served as faculty in the Business Schools of the University of Washington and University of Massachusetts and has published in leading academic journals in her field. Dr. Alvarez holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, a Masters of Business Administration and a Ph.D. in Management.|
|Lisa DavisCIOUS Marshals ServiceMs. Lisa M. Davis serves as the Assistant Director of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Marshals Service. She manages, administers and executes the development, implementation and operation of information technology programs, policies and procedures. The information technology program includes support for the headquarters, 94 districts and sub-offices nationwide and in Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. Ms. Davis is the principal advisor to the Associate Director for Administration on all matters involving management of information technology programs.|
Prior to her appointment, Ms. Davis was selected for the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service in February 2008, and was subsequently appointed as the Chief Technical Executive for Counterintelligence and HUMINT with the Directorate for Information Management and Chief Information Officer (DS). As one of DIA’s Senior IT Managers, Ms. Davis was responsible for the design, programming, installation, operations, maintenance and modification of information data and telecommunication systems in support of the Defense Counterintelligence and HUMINT Center (DCHC).
Ms. Davis also served as the Assistant Director for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, for the Department of Defense (DoD) Counterintelligence Field Activity (CIFA). She was responsible for the long-range and daily activities relative to policy development, planning, implementation, operation, program evaluation, security, budget, procurement, and management of the Defense Counterintelligence Information Technology Program.
Ms. Davis began her government career in 1981, as a computer specialist while a senior in high school, as she was accepted into a Junior Fellowship Program. As a computer engineering major, she spent her college breaks and summers working at Lakehurst Naval Air Engineering Center. Upon graduation, she accepted a position with the government in Guantanamo Bay Cuba as a computer specialist. In 1991, she became the Executive Assistant for National and International Government Coordination and Command Protocol, Joint Interagency Task Force East, Key West, Fla. In 1994, she became Chief, Customer Support and Training Division, Joint Interagency Task Force East. In 1996, Ms. Davis was promoted within the Joint Interagency Task Force as Chief, UNIX Systems. In 1999, she accepted a position as Chief, Information Systems, at Joint Interagency Task Force South, Key West, Fla.
Ms. Davis was born in Baltimore, Md. She received a bachelor of science degree in computer engineering from Syracuse University. She received her masters of science degree in human resources management from Golden Gate University. Ms. Davis was certified as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) in August 2003.
Her awards include the Superior Civilian Service Medal; the Joint Meritorious Unit Award, Joint Interagency Task Force Four; and the Joint Task Force Four Civilian of the Year.
Ms. Davis resides in Arlington, Virginia with her husband Philip and their three children, daughters Alexandra and Katie, who is a student at Mary Washington University, and son Christopher.
|Ned EllingtonRegional Extension Centers Project Director, Office of the National Coordinator for Health ITDepartment of Health and Human Services|
|Dr. Lon D. GowenNASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)Associate Director for InnovationIn February 2011, Dr. Lon D. Gowen joined the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) GSFC in Greenbelt, Maryland. He is the Associate Director for Innovation within the Information Technology and Communications Directorate (ITCD). He serves as the senior technologist and technical expert to the GSFC CIO; is responsible to plan, develop, and implement a comprehensive program to seek out, evaluate, develop, and promote the use of innovative cutting-edge technologies; and serves as the Co-Chair of the GSFC Future Computing Strategies Working Group, which comprises senior technical leads from directorates across the Center.|
Prior to joining NASA, Dr. Gowen served as a Department of the Army Civilian (DAC) within the Army’s Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) Transportation Engineering Agency (SDDCTEA) in various capacities from Apr 2008 – Feb 2011. He was SDDCTEA’s Lead for the United States Transportation Command’s (USTRANSCOM’s) Agile Transportation for the 21st Century (AT-21) ~110M program of record as well as the Director for USTRANSCOM’s Enterprise Integration Laboratory (EIL). Prior to this position, he was the Acting Chief of the Systems Integration Division (SDTE-SI) as well as the Acting Chief of the Systems & Data Management Division (TCAC-S): The latter of which was one of the five divisions making up the Joint Distribution Process and Analysis Center (JDPAC) for USTRANSCOM at Scott AFB, IL. The JDPAC served as CDRUSTRANSCOM’s Center of Excellence.
|Ira (Gus) HuntCTOCentral Intelligence AgencyMr. Gus Hunt currently serves as the Chief Technology Officer for the Chief Information Officer at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). In this capacity, Mr. Hunt is responsible for setting the strategic technology direction to enable CIA’s missions, for driving the rapid insertion and adoption of new capabilities to keep pace with technology change in the commercial sector, and for engaging actively across the IC to share and communicate IT solutions.|
Previously, Mr. Hunt served as the Director of Applications Services for CIA. In this role, he was charged with building IT systems to support and enable effective execution of CIA’s missions and business. Mr. Hunt also set the vision and direction for applications development at CIA: driving the investment and development process to build core and common services; constructing the enterprise data layer; bringing in training and coaching to drive rapid adoption and effective use of Agile Development within Applications Services; and implementing earned‐ value‐management and total‐cost‐of‐ownership business processes to dramatically improve management decision effectiveness.
Mr. Hunt joined the CIA in 1985 as an analyst and subsequently served in varied technical leadership roles including Director of Architecture and Systems Engineering (ASE), Chair of the CIA Architecture Review Board and the Architecture and Systems Engineers Occupational Panel, and Chief of the CIO’s Advanced Technology Group within the Directorate of Intelligence (DI). Mr. Hunt also served as Chief of Research and Development for the Director of Central Intelligence’s (DCI) Crime and Narcotics Center and Deputy Chief of the Operations Support Group in the DCI’s Non‐Proliferation Center.
Before joining the Agency, Mr. Hunt spent seven years in the private sector as an Aerospace Engineer designing advanced manned space flight systems and satellite orbital transfer vehicles. He holds a ME in Civil/Structural Engineering from Vanderbilt University and is married with two grown children.
|Gary JungManager, High Performance Computing ServicesLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryGary Jung is the manager for High Performance Computing Services at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where he is responsible for the strategic planning, implementation, and delivery of high performance computing technology and services for scientific researchers. Since 2002, he has played a key role in planning and establishing several research computing services, including a highly successful HPC Linux cluster support program, institution-wide computational resources, and a shared investment supercomputing partnership program, for Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and the University of California.|
Gary holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from San Francisco State University
|Yogesh KhannaCTONorth American Public Sector, Computer Sciences Corp.Mr. Khanna is a creative, results-driven technology leader with more than 25 years of technology and business operations & management experience in the information technology, systems engineering, information assurance, financial services, and telecommunications markets. Skilled in grasping strategic imperatives, conceptualizing, developing, and implementing technology-enabled business solutions, and partnering with business leaders and C-level executives to deliver business value. Career has been highlighted with focus on delivering complex integrated solutions and services for mission critical programs, both to commercial and government clients.|
Mr. Khanna is currently the Vice President, Chief Technology Officer of IT Infrastructure Solutions (ITIS) for CSC’s North American Public Sector (NPS). He brings a balanced approach to defining and maintaining the NPS strategic technology roadmap and managing technology investments. His experience of leading a venture backed mobile application integration company as the CEO, along with prior experiences with DynCorp, GTE, MITRE, NEC, and COMSAT allow him to bring depth and breadth of technologies and business solutions to the CTO’s position.
|Vishal KheraSenior Advisor to the CIODepartment of AgricultureMr. Vishal Khera is Sr. Advisor within USDA OCIO. He is leading the development of Department-wide Cloud Computing Strategy in support of OMB’s Twenty five point IT Reform Agenda and is working with USDA’s National IT Center to architect, design and price new “Platform as a Service” and “Infrastructure as a Service” offerings. He is also a Sr. advisor to the Data Center Consolidation effort to bring the number of USDA datacenters down from 37 to 3. |
Prior of joining USDA, Mr. Khera was the Chief Architect at Federal Reserve IT. His team was responsible for providing architectural direction for major initiatives across the Federal Reserve System (FRS). Mr. Khera led the development of Cloud computing strategy and implementation of Cloud based services at FRS. In addition, he was responsible for the management of technology standards, EA governance and compliance processes that were broadly used across the FRS.
Before that Mr. Khera was a Sr. Director at Gartner and provided strategic consulting across wide range of IT management and planning disciplines including Enterprise Architecture, Process Optimization and Sourcing.
Mr. Khera has an MBA in Finance from the Smith School of Business, University of Maryland and an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering.
|Shawn K. KingsberryAssistant Director of Technology and Chief Information OfficerRecovery Accountability and Transparency BoardShawn Kingsberry has provided vision and leadership in developing and deploying all the IT used by the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board. |
As a senior executive for the board, Mr. Kingsberry led the effort to launch Recovery.gov and a number of other websites in a very short time to comply with the mandates of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
In May 2010, Mr. Kingsberry was recognized by the board's chairman and federal CIO Vivek Kundra for making Recovery.gov the first governmentwide information system to be fully migrated to the public cloud. The migration took only 22 days to complete — another federal milestone.
|Norm LaudermilchChief Operating OfficerTerremark Federal GroupNorm Laudermilch is the Chief Operating Officer for Terremark Federal Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Terremark, a Verizon Company. In this capacity, he is responsible for the day-to-day management of Terremark's sales engagement with the U.S. Federal government agencies. Laudermilch is an established operations and security expert with more than 20 years of technical and executive-level experience covering areas such as computer operating systems, networking, satellite communications and infrastructure, security hardware and software, critical event monitoring and response, cloud computing, and data center design, construction, and operation. He has made industry contributions in areas such as intrusion detection and response, firewall architecture deployment and management, security policies and procedures, vulnerability assessment and management, physical security mechanisms and measures, disaster planning and response, and has developed innovative and cost saving approaches to running critical IT operations organizations.|
Laudermilch spent many years focused on IT security threats and the remediation and response actions necessary to counter those threats. His knowledge and experience has produced articles in over 150 newspapers, trade publications, and magazines as well as television appearances on all of the major networks. Before joining Terremark he was CTO of Trust Digital.
|Katie LewinDirector, Federal Cloud Computing Program, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative TechnologiesGeneral Services AdministrationKatie Lewin is the Program Manager for the Federal Cloud Computing Initiative at the General Services Administration. The program was established to drive the government-wide adoption of cost effective, green, and sustainable Federal cloud computing solutions. The Program has four major initiatives: Apps.gov, E-mail in the Cloud, Security as a Service, and Data Center Consolidation.|
In her role as Program Manager, Ms. Lewin is responsible for identifying, developing and delivering methods for agencies to use cloud computing capabilities. She has also served as the Chief of Staff to the Chief Information Officer at the General Services Administration.
Previous to her work at GSA, Ms. Lewin was an information technology consultant at SRA International and Lockheed Martin working with clients at the Internal Revenue Service, other financial management agencies, and the Federal Aviation Administration.
Ms. Lewin began her career in the Federal government at the Library of Congress and has worked at the Office of Management and Budget and the Internal Revenue Service. She has a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science from Dominican University and an undergraduate degree in American History from Trinity University.
|David MihalchikHead of Google Apps Federal, Business Development and SalesGoogleDavid Mihalchik leads Google's Federal cloud computing business. Since joining Google in 2007, he has helped establish and rapidly expand Google's cloud computing footprint in the public sector. David led the effort within Google to certify and accredit Google Apps under FISMA, and he was part of the team that launched Google Apps for Government in 2010. In 2011, Federal Computer Week named David to a list of the top 100 leaders who have played pivotal roles in the Federal government IT community.|
Prior to joining Google, David was a Senior Manager in Accenture's Federal Strategy practice. He holds a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a Bachelor's degree in Government from Georgetown University.
|Kenneth D. RogersChief Enterprise Architect/Strategist and Director of the IT Strategic Planning OfficeU.S. Department of State Ken Rogers currently serves as the Chief Enterprise Architect/Strategist and Director of the IT Strategic Planning Office, which includes Strategy, Architecture, Portfolio Management, and IRM Financial Management at the US Department of State, where he is committed to commercializing, commoditizing and transforming the enterprise and mission success through innovation and emerging technologies.|
Ken is an entrepreneurial, results-driven professional with over 25 years of public and private sector experience. Ken has experience working within a variety of organizational settings including large multinationals, US & foreign government agencies, non-profit organizations, and small business start-ups. His diverse background includes experience working in the aerospace and commercial electronics industry, as an international management consultant, where he managed projects in Asia, Africa, the America’s, and Central & Eastern Europe, and as an adjunct graduate professor.
Ken’s public sector career includes serving as Chief Information Officer at the Science & Technology Directorate within the Department of Homeland Security, eCommerce Strategist at the US Export Import Bank, and overseeing IT Strategic Planning and Architecture at the US Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis.
He holds a BA in Economics and International Business from Westmont College and multiple advanced degrees in Information Systems, International Management, and International Affairs & Development. Ken and his wife Pam live in Vienna, VA with their four children.
|Dr. Ron RossSenior Computer Scientist & FellowNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyDr. Ron Ross is a senior computer scientist and Fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). His current areas of specialization include information security, testing and evaluation, and risk management. Dr. Ross leads the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) Implementation Project, which includes the development of security standards and guidelines for the federal government, contractors, and the United States critical information infrastructure. His recent publications include Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Publication 199 (security categorization standard), FIPS Publication 200 (security requirements standard), NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-53 (security controls guideline), NIST SP 800-53A (security assessment guideline), NIST SP 800-37 (security authorization guideline), and NIST SP 800-39 (enterprise risk management guideline). Dr. Ross is the principal architect of the Risk Management Framework and multi-tiered approach that provides a disciplined and structured methodology for integrating the suite of FISMA-related security standards and guidelines into a comprehensive enterprise-wide information security program. Dr. Ross also leads the Joint Task Force Transformation Initiative Working Group, a joint partnership with NIST, the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, and the Committee on National Security Systems to develop a unified information security framework for the federal government.|
In addition to his responsibilities at NIST, Dr. Ross supports the U.S. State Department in the international outreach program for information security and critical infrastructure protection. Dr. Ross previously served as the Director of the National Information Assurance Partnership, a joint activity of NIST and the National Security Agency. A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, Dr. Ross served in a variety of leadership and technical positions during his twenty-year career in the United States Army. While assigned to the National Security Agency, he received the Scientific Achievement Award for his work on an inter-agency national security project and was awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal upon his departure from the agency. Dr. Ross is a three-time recipient of the Federal 100 award for his leadership and technical contributions to critical information security projects affecting the federal government and is a recipient of the Department of Commerce Gold and Silver Medal Awards. Dr. Ross has been inducted into the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Hall of Fame and elected to the grade of ISSA Distinguished Fellow. Dr. Ross has also received several private sector awards and recognition for cyber security including the Vanguard Chairman’s Award, the Symantec Cyber 7 Award, the InformationWeek’s Government CIO 50 Award, and the ISACA National Capital Area Conyers Award. During his twenty-year military career, Dr. Ross served as a White House aide and as a senior technical advisor to the Department of the Army. Dr. Ross is a graduate of the Defense Systems Management College and holds Masters and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from the United States Naval Postgraduate School.
|Grant SchneiderCIODefense Intelligence Agency (DIA)Mr. Grant M. Schneider was appointed to his current position as the Deputy Director for Information Management and Chief Information Officer (CIO) on 4 June 2007. He was selected for the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service in February 2003. As the CIO, he leads the technical efforts of a global team of more than 3,000 Information Technology (IT) professionals responsible for the IT assets, resources, capabilities, and services supporting over 54,000 Intelligence Community customers worldwide. He is also responsible for the oversight of an annual IT budget in excess of $900 million. In his capacity as CIO, Mr. Schneider chairs the DoD Intelligence Information System (DoDIIS) Executive Council, and he represents DIA and the DoDIIS community on the Director of National Intelligence IC CIO Council, as well as the DoD CIO Executive Council.|
Prior to his current appointment, Mr. Schneider served as the Chief of the Enterprise IT Operations Group, where, as one of DIA's senior IT executives, he was responsible for the worldwide installation, operation, and maintenance of DoDIIS IT applications and infrastructure through five geographically dispersed regional service centers. In this capacity, Mr. Schneider was a primary catalyst behind the largest IT transformation within the Defense Intelligence Community, responsible for centralizing the management of General Defense Intelligence Program (GDIP) IT assets and resources under one DIA umbrella, allowing, for the first time, the efficient and productive management of GDIP IT assets and resources as an enterprise.
Mr. Schneider began his career with DIA in January 1993 as a project officer in the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) Program Management Office responsible for resource management of the JWICS Program, in addition to performing as a Project Manager and Communications Engineer while overseeing the installation of sites around the world. Since this time, Mr. Schneider has held a succession of key positions of increasing responsibility in both IT and resource management, providing both technical and resource management expertise in the areas of systems and telecommunications. He has also served as Program Manager for the replacement of all DIA IT infrastructure, Chief of the IT Infrastructure Division, and Chief of the IT Resource Management Group.
Mr. Schneider holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from George Mason University.
|Keith TrippieExecutive Director, Enterprise System Development Office, Office of the CIODepartment of Homeland SecurityKeith Trippie is the Executive Director for the Enterprise System Development Office (ESDO) within Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). As Executive Director for ESDO, Mr. Trippie is responsible for overseeing the department's cloud strategy and enterprise application service offerings. Mr. Trippie oversees a broad range of enterprise offerings providing capabilities for enabling a mobile workforce, enhanced information sharing across the department, and reducing the time and cost to market for new services. Mr. Trippie serves as the Chair for the DHS Applications and Services Council (ASC) which provides guidance for DHS Cloud capabilities. He also participates in several other government and private sector councils and working groups promoting commoditization of high-value IT services.|
Before this position, Mr. Trippie served as the Acting Executive Director for the Enterprise Business Management Office (EBMO) within OCIO at DHS. As the Acting Executive Director of EBMO, he was responsible for generating enterprise strategies for IT business management, including portfolio management of integrated IT services, and overseeing DHS IT process and procedures for annual capital planning and budget formulation, e-Government, and the review of DHS IT acquisitions.
Mr. Trippie joined DHS in the Transportation Security Administration's Maritime and Land Division, at the time of the department's inception, where he focused on improving information sharing with TSA stakeholders.
Some of Mr. Trippie's accomplishments include joining the ranks of the Senior Executive Service at DHS and being selected as one of the FED100 awardees for 2011. Mr. Trippie is also a member of the Executive Committee for the American Council for Technology.
Mr. Trippie brings more than 18 years of professional management experience delivering IT and logistics services to the public and private sectors. He also is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program for Leadership Development.
|John FoleyEditorInformationWeek Government@jfoley09John Foley began his career as a technology journalist inside the Washington beltway, covering the breakup of AT&T and the deregulation of the telecom industry. Since joining InformationWeek, he has written or managed many stories on IT implementation by local, state, and federal agencies and governments. In the mid-90's, Foley reported on efforts by the U.S. Coast Guard and other federal agencies to deploy Microsoft's Windows operating system while complying with open systems requirements. He also led InformationWeek's coverage of government adoption of data warehousing technologies and, following 9/11, efforts to increase data sharing and collaboration among intelligence and other agencies. More recently, he has followed and reported on the growing use of Web 2.0 tools in government, including NASA's experimentation with social networking, and the heightened interest among government IT professionals in cloud computing services. With the launch of InformationWeek Government, Foley is the editorial team leader for InformationWeek's expanded coverage of technologies and strategies for CIOs and IT professionals in the government sector.|
|J. Nicholas HooverSenior Editor InformationWeek Government@iweeknickNick's been a technology scribe for InformationWeek since 2005, variously writing about networking, Microsoft, collaboration and cloud computing before moving into the government beat in 2009. Prior to joining InformationWeek, Nick was a graduate student in journalism at American University, where he was a general assignment intern for the Washington Examiner and news editor of an online magazine at American. He found his reporting itch after blogging about the Iraq War in 2003. He lives in Baltimore, where he trades an occasional hour-long train ride to the nation's capitol for lower rent than if he lived in D.C.|
|Michael BiddickCTOFusion PPTMichael is responsible for overall project quality and technical innovation within our projects. Over the past 15 years, Michael has worked with hundreds of government and international commercial organizations providing expertise in our Solutions. Michael has a unique blend of deep technology experience coupled with business and information management acumen that provide a balanced approach to all of our client engagements.|
Michael has worked to combine people, process and technology to create holistic Fusion PPT solutions that help clients reduce costs, increase transparency and speed efficient decision making while maintaining quality.
Prior to joining Fusion PPT, Michael spent 10 years with a boutique-consulting firm and Booz Allen Hamilton, developing enterprise management solutions for a wide variety of both government and commercial clients. He previously served on the academic staff of the University of Wisconsin Law School as the Director of Information Technology.
Michael earned a Master's of Science from Johns Hopkins University and a dual Bachelor's degree in Political Science and History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Michael is also a contributing editor at InformationWeek Magazine and Network Computing Magazine and has published over 50 recent articles on Cloud Computing, Federal CIO Strategy, PMOs and Application Performance Optimization. Michael holds multiple vendor technical certifications and is a certified ITIL v3 Expert.
|Stephen DelahuntySenior VP of IT Services, and Contributing Editor, InformationWeek GovernmentTetra Tech AMTStephen Delahunty is the Senior VP of IT Services at Tetra Tech AMT, the principal Aerospace and Information Technology business unit of Tetra Tech Inc., a publicly traded $2.6 billion environmental, engineering and technology firm with over 13,000 employees in 330 locations worldwide supporting the federal government, international and commercial sectors. Mr. Delahunty is an executive leader with 25 years program management, IT, business development, team leadership, and program start-up experience. His IT systems experience encompasses program/project management, lifecycle support, software development, enterprise architecture, security, networking, and telecommunications. Mr. Delahunty combines expertise in commercial and federal sector consulting services. In addition to US Government consulting services experience, he has held other industry management and consulting positions in the private sector. |
Mr. Delahunty is adjunct faculty at George Washington University teaching graduate computer science. He is an elected Distinguished Fellow and board member emeritus of the Network Professional Association. He is a director at large on the North American board of the Global IT Community Association. Mr. Delahunty is also a board member emeritus of ByteBack, a non-profit community computer training center in Washington, DC. He was an invited member of the Network Computing Magazine editorial advisory board and an invited member of the Rochester Institute of Technology Academic Curriculum Advisory Group for the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. He is a regular technology conference speaker, panel member/moderator, and author of over 40 articles and industry reports including a series of articles for Network Computing and reports for InformationWeek Government. He holds various technology industry certifications, a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Lafayette College, a Master’s of Business Administration in Technology Management from the University of Phoenix, and a Masters of Liberal Arts in Information Technology from Harvard University.