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Developed a web-based Joint Logistics Information Management system for DARPA's Joint Logistics Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration (JL ACTD) program. The system provides data on capabilities of Logistics military units from all four services and any coalition partners, and the system’s database is utilized by other web-based programs that are part of the JL ACTD.

Developed a Joint logistics system for the U.S. Atlantic Command (USACOM) which has also been installed at the other joint military commands. The capabilities of Logistics, Medical, and Chemical/Biological/Radiological military units from all four services were researched and input into the system’s database. For supply assets, the system uses data from service logistics centers and DLA to provide visibility of the logistics assets that USACOM needs to monitor.  Personally installed this system at the European Command (EUCOM), Central Command (CENTCOM), and the Pacific Command (PACOM).

Developed a Joint property control system for USACOM. This system meets all service property control system requirements and interfaces with existing service systems, but provides the flexibility needed in a joint environment.

Led a study team to identify automated systems to assist USACOM in the performance of their newly-expanded Joint duties. The systems reviewed were both COTS and GOTS, and spanned from shell systems to scheduling systems, training support systems, and costing systems.

Managed Joint and Combined C3 efforts as program manager for the support contract to the newly-formed Joint Tactical Command, Control and Communications Agency (JTC3A). These included development and support of Joint and NATO C3 standards (such as TADILs and STANAGs), and other Combined alliance standards and agreements (such as QSTAGs).

Provided support to the U.S. Army Operational Test and Evaluation Agency (OTEA) for the limited operational test of the Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS). Based upon the test concept of the JTIDS test, he provided a survey of available Joint and Service models/simulations applicable to representing the planned test, identifying limitations of each with an outline of modifications and level of effort required to modify each of the models/simulations recommended.

Provided U.S. inputs to Joint and NATO standardization efforts while managing system engineering efforts for the U.S. Army Center for Systems Engineering and Integration (CENSEI). CENSEI was the U.S. representative to several important Joint and international standards development bodies, and as such, this work often resulted in approved Joint and NATO standards.

Performed analysis of applications of the Army Variable Message Format (VMF) to other Joint standards such as TADIL A, TADIL B, TADIL C, TADIL J, SHORAD, and the PJH-CCS2 interfaces.

Participated in the development of several NATO Standardization Agreements (STANAGs). These STANAGs specified the data communications protocols for functions in Layers I, II, and III as delineated by the ISO OSI model.

Supported initial efforts for Joint Interoperability of Tactical Command and Control Systems (JINTACCS) message standardization and testing efforts, which later became the US Message Text Format (MTF) standards. This involved research into doctrine and data requirements for all four services to provide truly Joint message standards. In addition, provided Joint training to all four services.