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Established site office to support a new $5.7M USACOM contract. Instituted office procedures, generated automation and networking requirements and implemented systems to satisfy these requirements, and developed the contract MIS. Responsible for staffing, personnel management, and facility planning.

As Senior Information Technologist of MATCOM2, responsible for corporate-wide information technology applications for both the company and its customers.

As Program Manager for USACOM, managed the system development effort for a client/server information system with WAN interconnection. Developed data conversion programs for the system to allow downloading of data over the Internet and modifying and storing in a program-compatible file format on the LAN file server.

Led a management study team to develop systems requirements and identify existing automated systems to assist USACOM in the performance of their newly-expanded duties. The systems reviewed were both commercial and government systems, and spanned from shell systems to scheduling systems, training support systems, and costing systems.

Program Manager for HYDRA Land Mobile Radio (LMR) Trunking Radio program. Lead designer for LMR trunking systems for use at shore stations and aboard U.S. Navy ships for police, fire, command and control, and other functions. These systems utilize the same technology in use by local city police and fire departments, and provides not only local wireless communications, but WAN links.

Managed the hardware engineering group at A&T's Chesapeake Operations Center. The group performed hardware design, installation, and maintenance work for several U.S. Navy activities.

At A&T, responsible on a corporate level for helping develop and implement the overall enterprise WAN/LAN interconnectivity strategy to link over twenty offices throughout the country.

Managed the design and installation of a fiber-optic/AUI Novell LAN for SUBLANT. The LAN serves several work groups located different floors of the building, and includes a file server, a communications server providing support for a modem pool used for WAN communications, and a print server.

Established and managed the Computer-Integrated Manufacturing program at Old Dominion University. This is an inter-departmental program in the College of Engineering and Technology that deals with the use of information and technology to increase productivity in industry and government in business and manufacturing areas. After initial development of the CIM program, performed a survey of over 400 businesses in the region developing a comprehensive report detailing present and future capabilities in business practices and manufacturing technologies. Promoted the program with speaking appearances, and several published interviews in the local newspaper and national magazines, in addition to marketing presentations to private companies showing cost savings and performance enhancements possible with the implementation of information technology.

For the Virginia Center for Innovative Technology (CIT), made recommendations to local businesses concerning strategic directions for automation, and identification of near-term high-impact automation projects that should be undertaken.

Performed detailed economic analysis using the latest advanced financial techniques, documenting projected direct and indirect savings resulting from new automated systems.

Developed a strategic business plan for a private international data network.

While at BDM, had program management responsibility for the $35 million Joint Tactical Command, Control, and Communications Agency (JTC3A) technical support contract. Responsible for the very successful transition of support to BDM from the previous support contractors of 12 years, and was personally responsible for all staffing, work transfer, and facility preparation involved in the transition. Senior JTC3A management termed the transition "a success story that could be modeled by any agency." This contract also included the use of substantial subcontracting, and was responsible for oversight of the subcontracting activities that were being performed at the various subcontractor and government facilities in Virginia, Maryland, and New Jersey.

Managed a self-sufficient subsidiary of BDM with 85 employees that included a classified computer system with Defense Data Network (DDN) communications links, publications cell, and business management department.

Managed the design, construction, and operation of the secure computer center, which included alarm systems, fire protection (halon) systems, power conditioning and special ground plane systems, and disaster recovery procedures. The center housed two DEC VAX systems, with a VAX 8200 operated as the secure operational system and a VAX 11/785 operated as the developmental system, setup for hot standby in the case of the failure of the operational system.

Undertook a business process redesign study to improve the tracking and reporting of the tremendous amount of management data for the over 200 tasks under the $35 million JTC3A contract. As a result of Dr. Pardue's recommendations, reporting time delay was cut from over 40 days to 10 days, accuracy was doubled, and management/customer control was improved. These changes were implemented over the JTC3A enterprise-wide national information system.

Developed a strategic automation plan for Ford Motor Company. This plan documented best-in-breed projects and systems at companies across the country, and detailed the initiatives that Ford should undertake to introduce new technology.

Had project management responsibility over systems engineering tasks for BDM under the U.S. Army Operational Test and Evaluation Agency (OTEA) contract. These tasks included modeling and simulation support for tests of the Joint Tactical Information Distribution System (JTIDS), and evaluation of the effectiveness of the Maneuver Control System (MCS), among others.

Had the managerial responsibility for all systems engineering tasks for BDM under the 4-year U.S. Army Center for Systems Engineering and Integration (CENSEI) contract. These tasks were in the areas of communications protocols, bit-oriented message standards, and engineering technical studies.

Was the Security Supervisor of the BDM Norfolk office. In this position, he was responsible for the security of all classified documents stored at the facility and transmitted to the facility. He was also responsible for the supervision of all employees at the facility in regards to security matters.

While at Norfolk Naval Shipyard, was cognizant engineer on many projects pertaining to overhaul work being performed on several nuclear submarines and nuclear aircraft carriers. This involved coordinating material procurement personnel, shop supervisors and mechanics, quality control personnel, radiological control personnel, test engineers, naval personnel, outside contractors, and other engineers involved in the projects while ensuring that the projects were progressing as required. Was also cognizant engineer for all Electronic Nuclear Instrumentation stock equipment for Naval Nuclear Propulsion Plants in the U.S. Atlantic Fleet. This required constant communication and coordination with NAVSEA 08, Norfolk Naval Shipyard personnel, and prime contractors in order to inspect and repair equipment to Ready-For-Issue condition and then reissue or store the equipment as required.