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  Team Members

Our largely military veteran workforce allows us to seamlessly integrate with the Navy and hit the ground running from day one of Task Order award. Our diverse workforce possesses a variety of relevant skillsets with the certifications to back up that knowledge.

Team Member 1:

Name: Michael S. Langdon, MBA, PMP, CISSP

 

Labor Category: Subject Matter Expert Intermediate

Security Clearance: Top Secret/Secret Compartmentalized Information with Counter Intelligence Polygraph

Work Location: Fort Meade, Maryland (National Capitol Region)

Professional Development/Degrees:

Texas Tech University:  BBA majoring in, Management, Marketing, and General Business (Triple Major) 2006

University of Maryland University College: Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) 2014

University of Maryland University College: Master’s of Science in Cybersecurity Policy (In Progress) 2015 (est.)

United States Marine Corps: 2 Years of formal schooling between Officer Candidate’s School (3 month leadership course), the Basic Officer’s Course (6 month leadership course), and the Basic Communications Officer’s Course (6 months of Information Technology (IT) training).

United States Army: Psychological Operations Training

Project Management Institute:  Project Management Professional (PMP), Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) 1482115

International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2): Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) ISC2:000435682

COMPTIA: Security+, Project + COMP001008106882

Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL): ITIL Foundations 946614

Scrum Alliance:  Certified Scrum Master, Certified Scrum Product Owner 00028971

Summary of years of experience for labor category:

Agile Product Owner, Requirements Engineer, Proposal Writer, Business Developer, RBR-Technologies for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), February – present.

-Acted on behalf of the government as a product owner for Defense Mobility Unclassified/Classified Capability (DMUC/DMCC) and other programs for the Cyber Situational Awareness Analytic Cloud (CSAAC).

-Developed numerous requirements documents, testing documentation, and Agile aligned user stories for the government.

-Wrote multiple proposals, solicited and unsolicited, for tens of millions in government contracting dollars as well as Task Order Management Plans (TOMP) and Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) / Schedules.

-Provided project management and scheduling support.

Deputy Program Manager, Summit Technologies for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Joint Spectrum Center (JSC) Joint Spectrum Data Repository (JSDR), November 2013 to February 2014.

-Provided daily technical leadership to multimillion dollar project encompassing 15+ staff employees from multiple companies

-Managed multiple technical subject matter experts and integrated the efforts of Database Engineers, Software Programmers, Solution Architects, DODAF SME’s, Information Assurance, Software Testers, Business Analysts, and Cross Domain Solution Engineers for government software and systems engineering project.

-Ensured IA personnel met DIACAP and DIARMF certification and accreditation milestones

-Created and briefed numerous PowerPoint presentations discussing project progress to government military and civilian personnel up to general equivalent. Managed earned value management statistics, risk matrix, and a thousand line plus integrated master schedule.

-Utilized Agile Project Management methods, particularly Scrum to ensure project stayed on time, budget, and schedule.

Program Scheduler & Senior Action Officer, Summit Technologies for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Program Executive Office Mission Assurance (PEO-MA) Cyber Integration Division, June 2013 to November 2013.

-Provided Microsoft Project support for the management of 46 separate project schedules covering well over $200 million.

-Provided SME support on operational orders for PEO-MA’s new operational orders compliance cell covering cyber security.

-Aligned numerous orders, plans, and charters with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) industry best standard practices.

-Supported problem management resolution providing ITIL and Remedy support for multiple million dollar+ DISA projects

Program Manager, LG-TEK for intelligence community programs March 2013 to May 2013.

-Successfully managed 121 individuals with 15+ million in contracts across multiple classified technical and non-technical projects supporting cyber security and educational programs for the intelligence community.

-Provided direct liaison between LG-TEK and government customer on all matters.

-Maintained accurate accounting of all project related expenses and provided for all invoicing and billing requirements through financial expenditure reports.

Senior Action Officer,  Craig Technologies for Defense Information System Agency (DISA) Support Element to USCYBERCOMMAND and DISA Defense Enterprises Service Operations Center (DESOC), February 2012 to March 2013.

-Kept USCYBERCOM informed of DISA’s status and changes to the Department of Defense’s Information Network (DODIN).

-Provided direct liaison between USCYBERCOM’s Joint Operations Center (JOC) and DISA’s Command Center.

-Provided analysis and advice to USCYBERCOM personnel on DISA operations.

-Tracked multiple unclassified programs on behalf of USCYBERCOM at DISA to include Web Content Filtering, DDOS, Dynamic Rate Limiting, Filter List Management, Joint Enterprise Email, De-Militarized Zones, Vulnerability Management System, Knowledge Management Initiatives, Joint Enterprise Portal Services, the Community Data Center as well as many classified programs.

-Assisted in the provisioning and migration of customer’s email accounts from legacy systems to Defense Enterprise Email and provided migration status of customers to senior leadership. Acted as Military Communications subject matter expert and advisor to DISA. Prepared numerous white papers, briefs, and presentations for General Officers.

Operations Officer (Program Manager), Communications Company, USMC August 2010 to February 2012

-Served as the Communications Company Operations Officer acting as the senior communications planner responsible for all aspects of training, maintaining, and operations for 300 Information Technology (IT) professionals with 52+ million dollars in gear distributed throughout the Pacific.

-Supervised the Communications Company planning and execution of 4 multinational projects, 3 Joint Projects, 2 Division projects and Japanese Tsunami relief providing for the installation, operation, and maintenance of classified and unclassified data and switching networks over tactical satellite communications as well as all other elements of communication including but not limited to, Very High Frequency Radio (VHF), Ultra High Frequency Radio (UHF),Tactical Satellite Radio, and High Frequency (HF) Radio systems, Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP), Internet Protocol (IP) , Local Area Networks (LAN), Wide Area Networks (WAN), Multiplexing, Information Assurance, Server Builds, Information Assurance (IA), Cyber Security, and Video Teleconferencing (VTC).

Radio Platoon Commander, Data Platoon Commander, Communications Officer (Program management), Provisional Rifle Platoon Commander, USMC January 2007 to August 2010

-Successfully enabled Command and Control as the Communications' Company Officer in Charge of 4 international projects which required the supervision and utilization of more than 100 Information Technology (IT) professionals and 10 million dollars’ worth of gear to support over 200 customers across 3 computer networks, both secure and unsecure, and 8 radio nets, connecting with other service component's internationally for a total of 2 months.

-Successfully led 58 Information Technology (IT) personnel specializing in radio equipment and every aspect of data in day to day operations and maintenance of 11 million dollars’ worth of communications equipment

-Conducted requirements analysis, project costing, deliverable tracking, schedule and financial data monitoring and reporting for multiple projects within the company.

 

Team Member 2:

Name: Kevin Reynolds, CCNP, CCDP, CISSP

 

Labor Category: Unified Capability Subject Matter Expert Lead III

Security Clearance: Top Secret/Secret Compartmentalized Information with Full Scope Polygraph

Work Location: Fort Meade, Maryland (National Capitol Region)

Professional Development/Degrees:

Webster University - M.A., Information Technology Management (2009)

State University of New York (SUNY) College at Buffalo - B.S. Computer Information Systems (2004)

Contracting Officers Representative (COR) Course - March 2007, Fort Meade, Maryland

Information Systems Manager Course (ISOL / ISM [FA53]) Course - September 2006,

Project Management for IT Professionals - June 2005

Signal Captains Career Course (SCCC) - December 2004

Signal Officer Basic Course (SOBC) - August 2001, (Distinguished Honor Graduate)

Cisco Certifications - CSCO11056478, CCNA, CCDA, CCNP, CCDP, 

CISSP – 331865

A+ Certified COMP001004983490

Summary of years of experience for labor category:

DISA - (March 2011 – Present)

DISA Command Center (DCC) Action Officer Team Leader, Fort Meade, MD

- Integrated with the DISA Command Center (DCC), Operations Technical Directorate (OPTD), and Mission Assurance Executive (MAE) since 2011 and have supported planning, development, implementation, execution, and operations of Joint services and capabilities for DISA and their mission partners; supported Joint Enterprise Systems such as DoD Enterprise Email (DEE), Defense Enterprise Portal Services (DEPS), the Cyber Situational Awareness Analytic Cloud (CSAAC) hosted on Acropolis, and many other Command and Control (C2) capabilities and applications facilitating the growth of over 1.5 million operational customers using DISA provided services.

- Assisted in the standup of the first certified and accredited analytic cloud (Cyber Situational Awareness Analytic Cloud [CSAAC])on NIPR and SIPR Networks based on the GHOSTMACHINE reference architecture; included HADOOP Distributed File System, Accumulo, Storm Topology, and the Ozone Widget Frame Work (OWF)

- Develops customer pre-migration checklists for pilot, demonstration, on-boarding, closeout, and transition of Joint Task Orders (JTO), DISA Task Orders (DTO), Operational Orders (OPORD) governing Enterprise Services

NSA, US Army (Oct 2006 –  May 2011)

Special Network Services Division Chief

- Planned, engineered, and managed the development of multiple theater Data Centers consisting of over 300 equipment racks of network, enterprise services, security / cross domain systems and network infrastructure

- Developed regional support strategies establishing network and enterprise services distributed from area data centers; costs for enterprise support staff was reduced through remote and flyaway support service

-Manages System Security Plans (SSPs) for engineered tactical systems and ensured appropriate level of security was implemented to meet SSP guidelines for the security of the networks and enterprise services

Special Network Services Division Deputy Chief

- Responsible for installation, operations, maintenance and support of world-wide network services in support of strategic and tactical national level intelligence systems

- Selecting authority for the Forward Deployed Chief Information Officers for Iraq and Afghanistan

Hostile Deployment Task Force Leader

- Led a task force of over 100 government civilians, military service members, and contractors to deploy systems into hostile and combat areas of operations

- Selected as the 2008 and 2009 “NSA MILITARY PERSON OF THE YEAR” for the entire NSA enterprise

- Served as Contracting Officer Representative (COR) on multiple contracts

Senior Network Engineer – Afghanistan

- Responsible for all agency network infrastructure within the Afghanistan Theater of Operations

- Deployed redundant systems in order to ensure theater networks maintained above 99.99% availability

- Increased network footprint by 500% while tripling the amount of inter-theater bandwidth for system users

Chief Information Officer (Forward Deployed) / Senior Information Technology Leader – Iraq

- Responsible for the planning, installation, operation, security, and maintenance of all IT systems and network infrastructure within the Iraqi Theater of Operations

- Supported a diverse set of customers including, tactical military units, DoS, and DoD customers

Program Manager for Enterprise Information Technology Infrastructure Systems (EITS)

- Responsible for transforming a prototype infrastructure system into an operational certified system (with complete integration, testing, security, and documentation), capable of operating in an operationally live environment.

- Developed training plans and courses for the EITS and associated applications for training field site users

Commander’s Chief Communication Officer - US Army (May 2005- Feb 2006)

Combined Forces Command - Afghanistan, Command Group, Camp Eggers, Kabul  Afghanistan

- Responsible for developing System Security solutions to include host and server based security, hardware encryption, and defense in depth tools for the commander and staff

- Provided tactical mobile communication / automation for the commander regardless of terrain or location; procured and integrated systems facilitating communication to senior and subordinate commanders

Theater J6 (Communication Office) Project Officer - US Army (Dec 2004 – May 2005)

Combined Forces Command - Afghanistan, CJ6, Camp Eggers, Kabul Afghanistan

- Responsible for 15 IT projects including wireless solutions, building IT commercialization, integrating US IT infrastructure for NATO forces, base movements, and integration of coalition forces communication systems

- Responsible for developing secure communication networks for US and coalition forces in multiple bases / camps; ensured systems met security guidelines specified by DoD, CENTCOM, and the local commander

Lab Manager - US Army, Fort Jackson (July 2002 – Aug 2004)

Lab Manager, State University of New York College at Buffalo, New York

- Responsible for project management and coordination of multiple student projects in the HiPERC organization

- Started a student robotics project resulting in a grant which purchased six robotics kits for future projects

- Managed lab inventory, assisted with data gathering, and managed website development and content

- Responsible for physical security, automation system patching, network security, and IT management of IT systems within the Computer Lab

Executive Officer / Cable Platoon Leader -  US Army, 63rd Signal Battalion (Jan 2001 – July 2002)

Executive Officer and Cable Platoon Leader, Bravo Company, 63rd Signal Battalion, Fort Gordon, Georgia

- A Signal Battalion is a unit consisting of ~450 soldiers; the 63rd Signal Battalion was responsible for Digital Group Multiplexing services to many theater level (Organization level – 20,000 plus soldiers) organizations

- Executive Officer (Company Operations Officer) for a 108-soldier signal company

- Ensured all tactical systems and services provided maintained certification and accreditation and ensured all platoon automation systems were within directed security compliance

 

Team Member 3:

Name: Michael D. Nelson, MBA, CEH

 

Labor Category: Principal Systems Engineer 3

Security Clearance: Top Secret/Secret Compartmentalized Information with Counter Intelligence Polygraph

Work Location: Fort Meade, Maryland (National Capitol Region)

Professional Development/Degrees:

M.B. Administration, University of Phoenix, 2008

B.S. Information Technology, University of Phoenix, 2006

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEHv8), October 2014

Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP), July 2014 (455418)

VMWare Certified Associate-Data Center Virtualization 11 Dec 2013

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification, 24 September 2013 (CSCO11674233)

ITIL Foundations V3 certification, April 2013, (GR750053459MN)

CompTIA Security + certification, UMBC, December 2011(COMP 001020357380)

Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) certification, FBI, October 2006

Summary of years of experience for labor category:

Principal Systems Engineer, RBR-Technologies, April 2014 – Present

- Serves as the Senior Data Testing Engineer for the Cyber Situational Awareness Analytic Cloud (CSAAC) Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS) team.

- Assists the Information Assurance team in the collection, evaluation, and integration process of Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts (IAVA) from the Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs)

- Developed plans and procedures for the integration and convergence of ARMY REDDISK and CSAAC into the CSAAC Rapid Deployment Kit (RDK) version 2.2

- Developed the JRSS CSAAC SharePoint design and content

System Administrator / Network Engineer, L-3 Communications, Sept 2013 – Mar 2014

- Served as the Senior Computer Network Engineer (SNE) in support of a Navy-specific “Proof-of-Concept” Computer Network Operations (CNO) program supporting CNO Software Development, Configuration Management, and Computer Certification and Accreditation.

- Incorporated mission critical hardware and software and redundancy support including power backup, design system recovery methods and roll back procedures, and performed routing and corrective maintenance on all equipment to include networking appliances, work stations, servers, and KVMs.

- Developed and provided appropriate documentation and training related to network configuration, operation, troubleshooting, maintenance, and support.

Senior Network Engineer, Northrop Grumman, Jan 2013 – May 2013  

- Provided network engineering, architecture, and technical recommendations on a military project integrating SATCOM, DISN, COMSEC, and network devices.

Senior Project Manager, Synergy Intel LLC, Jan 2011 – Dec 2012  

- Served as the Division Lead Project Manager for a Hostile Deployment Division within DoD responsible for managing IT connectivity and solutions for US forces working in hostile areas.

- Developed SharePoint Pages and content to support all program requirements

- Performed functional analysis, timeline analysis, and interfaced with customers and service delivery organizations world-wide to lead projects from requirements to solutions.

- Ensured the processing, monitoring and implementation of IT projects in accordance with established architectures; deploying personnel; procuring and shipping equipment; developing schedules; tracking and updating projects through completion; and providing project status to senior management.

- Responsible for overseeing the design and implementation of secure communications services to include WAN, LAN and CAN communications to support the warfighter.

- Compiled and created biweekly report of 2nd/3rd Party metrics for the Partner Solutions Division.

- Worked with the customer to develop and deploy Emergency Destructions procedures.

- Managed the stand-up of a new customer location, requisitioned & arranged the shipment of the equipment, provided Remedy support, and held meeting with other stakeholders to ensure the project was completed on schedule.

Network/Firewall/SATCOM Engineer, SAIC, Dec 2006 – Jan 2011  

- Supported the IT Field Support Program (Hostile Program) working in the Middle East providing installation, operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of a variety of SATCOM, microwave, wireless communications, Video security and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), and technical network telecommunication systems to include Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN). This program provided network and campus wide support to the mission of the DoD overseas.

- Configured, maintained, supported, and optimized Cisco switches and routers, and remote console access devices.

- Developed Engineer collaboration sites on the Agency SharePoint instantiation

- Performed network analysis using wireshark and other tools

- Created SharePoint lists, created permissions, used document ID service, created sub sites & used Permission Checker

Telecommunications Specialist (0391), Federal Bureau of Investigations, Oct 2005 – Dec 2006                                                                                                                                                                           

-Served as the Division Telecommunications Manager. Briefed Senior Executive Staff, Supervisory Special Agents, Unit Chiefs, other agency component personnel, as well as non-agent personnel, in addition to the personnel of the Engineering Section and FBIHQ. Worked with numerous government agencies and civilian companies on different projects for the needs of the unit.

- Served as final technical authority over the telecommunication equipment and network services. This included working with the financial and logistics sections for the procurement of telecommunications equipment. Developed and implemented new policies regarding telecommunication operations.

- Planned and coordinated procedures for Contingency of Operations (COOP) during system emergencies, outages, degraded operations or downtime for maintenance.

- Worked with the FBI Telecommunications Division to design the telecommunications network, research & requisition equipment, and select telecomm providers for the new Division location.

Systems Analyst, Morgan Franklin Corporation, May 2004 – Oct 2005 

- Provided direct support for SATCOM/Wideband communications division of the White House Communications Agency (WHCA). Conducted operational checkout and field-level repair of numerous satellite and wideband communication systems.

Maintenance Team Leader, CACI, Sept 2003 – May 2004  

- Provided specialized technical support within Top Secret Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) to accommodate fielding of Intelligence Electronic Warfare systems.

- Telecommunications Operations Chief (31W/31R), U.S. Army, Nov 1983 – Nov 2003

- Served as the lead instructor and senior NCO for the FBCB2 system successfully instructing over 500 soldiers.

 

Candidate 4:

Name: Bryan Harte, MBA, PMP, CISSP

 

Labor Category: Senior Collaboration Engineer

Security Clearance: Top Secret/Secret Compartmentalized Information with Full Scope Polygraph

Work Location: Fort Meade, Maryland (National Capitol Region)

Professional Development/Degrees:

- MBA, University of Phoenix, 06/2014

- B.S., Management, University of Phoenix, 09/2011

- Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification #53847,  07/2008 (Current)

- Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) – Certification #112963 10/2007 (Current)

- Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) (2004)

- Sun Certified Systems Administrator (SCSA) (2004)

Summary of years of experience for labor category:

Lab Manager, RBR-Technologies June 2014 – Present

- Manage test lab and equipment in support of the Cyber Situational Awareness Analytic Cloud.

Program Manager, L-3 National Security Solutions,  Aug 2012 – Present        

- Led a program consisting of 96 contractor FTE’s that directly supported the National Security Agencies Analysis and Production product lines sustaining technical performance ratings that exceeded 94% in all customer award fee periods.

- Established effective and efficient customer and contractor communication channels that clearly defined technical requirements for emerging analyst support roles

- Recognized with the 2013 L-3 Customer Award for Excellence award for exceptional individual support to the National Security Agency Customer

Mobility Lead, L-3 National Security Solutions, Aug 2010 – Aug 2012

- Led the technical efforts of 8 system engineers, 4 Information System Security Engineers, and Engineering consultants in the delivery of SETA contract support to the NSA Mobility program.

- Facilitated technical exchanges with Agency mission elements, Mobility Mission Management, and enabling organizations to clarify technical requirements to enable solution integration into enterprise infrastructure along with achieving desired classification levels

- Served as the lead technical project manager focusing on the development and delivery of next generation secure mobile communication solutions using Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) products to customers throughout the Intelligence Community and Federal Government.

- Provided guidance and support in the development of a Mobility Pilot to test a secure mobile solution to over 500 customers.

- Pilot support included the constant interaction with customers throughout the Intelligence Community and DoD to gather customer requirements.

- Coordinated the development, testing, provisioning, deployment, and support for pilot devices.

- Recognized with L-3 Enterprise Program Management II Star Award for exceptional performance, also recognized with an L-3 Engineering award for the technical support provided to the NSA customer.

Lead Technical Project Manager, Wavefront Technologies, Dec 2008 – July 2010

- Served as the lead technical project manager for a deployable network transport service provider. Specialized in coordinating engineer actions for network and end user service work packages. 

- Worked with IC and DoD customer to define operational user and system requirements. Worked across network, end user, SATCOM, and Security engineers to develop technical solutions to meet high visibility mission requirements. Drafted network, end user, and security documents (Visio) along with completing Microsoft Projects capturing all work packages.

- Drafted executive level reporting for Directorate and ultimately Agency leadership.

- Recognized by Wavefront owners with a SPOT Award for achievements made supporting the Hostile Deployment Task Force (HDTF) Operations.

Chief, National Intelligence Tactical Operations Support Branch (NITO),  National Security Agency (NSA) NSA/CSS Technology Directorate, Jan 2005 – Dec 2008

- Served as the technical lead for a section of 35 System Engineers, Implementers, and System administrators supporting global intelligence operations. Developed test plans and configuration management plans for over 38 deployed information systems.

- Documented end user service/performance requirements for forward deployed intelligence operations. Translated end user requirements into technical requirements which enable the development and successful implementation of next generation deployable end user/transport infrastructure

- Defined and implemented tiered support structure for deployed end user and transport infrastructure; integrated action traction software suites, drafted support SLAs between enabling IT organizations, and established a 24/7 helpdesk fully integrated into the NSA Global Enterprise Command Center.

Intelligence Systems Maintainer/Integrator, United States Army 3rd MI BN (Overseas), Jan 2004 – Dec 2004

 - Provided engineering support to Guardrail Common Ground Sensor systems. Support included Ground station and collection platform testing, maintenance and troubleshooting.

Team Lead AS234, Software Services Branch, National Security Agency (NSA) NSA/CSS Technology Directorate, Jul 2003 – Dec 2003

- Managed a branch consisting of 12 System Engineers, Programmers, implementers, and administrators handling mission critical data transport operations.

- Led the software services branch through a major branch restructure that realigned branch efforts within the new IT IS framework.

- Served as the government lead for a TDY implementation team to the Far East.

Technical Project Lead, National Security Agency (NSA) NSA/CSS Technology Directorate, Jan 2001 – Jul 2003

- Provided system engineering support for deployable end user service packages. Solely responsible for the design, testing, and successful integration of server suites to support global high priority intelligence operations.

- Served as the technical project lead for a server room relocation. Defined and vetted infrastructure requirements to facility managers ensuring that all power, space, cooling requirements were satisfied. Led the end user and network engineering efforts resulting in successful relocation of all infrastructure services ahead of schedule.

- Developed CONOP and SOP procedures for Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) requirements for a 72 hour end user service deployment window. Ensured that all QRC events were met by the National Security Agency and other Intelligence Community members.

Intelligence Systems Maintainer/Integrator, NSA/CSS ITIS (Georgia), April 1999 – Jan 2001

- Performed duties as a systems engineer supporting the NSA/CSS ITIS element in Fort Gordon, GA.

- Engineering support included infrastructure monitoring, direct end user support to enterprise architectures that included Silicon Graphics, Solaris, and Microsoft based hosts.

Intelligence Systems Maintainer/Integrator, United States Army (Various Locations), April 1996 - Mar 1999

- Performed duties as an intelligence systems maintainer supporting tactical based intelligence platforms. Provided hardware and software Tier I, II, and III support to Unix and Windows based collection systems.