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WILLIAM B. PERLOWITZ, PMP, CCSK Fairfax, Virginia 22033 Voice: 703.350.9371 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SENIOR EXECUTIVE PROFILE ICT STRATEGY, AWARD WINNING FINANCIAL & OPERATIONAL LEADERSHIP PROFIT &VALUE QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERTISE Accountable and Effective Sr. ICT Executive Roles – Overcome Vision, Strategy, Execution & Leadership complex challenges within all aspects of Information and Communications Technology; decisive when stakes are high and time is short. Grounded in Requirements & Performance Improvement experience-backed judgment. Skilled at the development and articulation Transformational Systems Development of policy, strategy and cost/performance management and positioning for presentation to decision makers and stakeholders. Respected as an ethical, Policy & Governance practical and innovative technologist. Scale & Scope –Develops software, hardware, network, communications Capitalization Strategies & Due Diligence applications and virtual architectures and technologies for worldwide and Proposals, Deal Structure & Negotiation national audiences. Expertise in proposal development for systems with over 2 million nodes and acquisitions exceeding 2 billion dollars. Earned Value Management Consolidates and simplifies redundant ICT services unifying process and procedures across enterprises. Exceptional breadth, depth, and command Risk Mitigation & Management over a broad spectrum of technologies. Cost Control, Reduction & Analysis Policy & Transformation – Synthesizes Service-Oriented Architecture, virtualization, cloud computing and other technologies into services that Growth Management lead to 25% to 70% implementation and operational cost reductions. These Multiple & Cross Functional Technologies innovations resulted in the Executive Office of the U.S. President requesting multiple personal briefings on the applicability of these Employee Development & Team Building technologies to t®e $73B Fe®eral ICT budget. Implements and monitors the Large Scale Projects auditing of CMMI and ITIL process improvement systems. Operations & Finance – Instrumental in high-level initiatives Quality Improvement encompassing transformational management, infrastructure architecture, Stakeholder & Board Relations and process improvement. Embeds quality and fiscal responsibility into policies and operations. Employs award winning cost reduction ICT Executive Advisory & Decision Support strategies. Exercises instinct, insight, sound judgment, and timing to National Project Management identify cost containment areas, and executes value engineering. Secure & Sensitive Systems Respect & Leverage Human Capital – Invests in “next-gen” technology C-Level Executive Experience training to mentor, challenge, and empower talented professionals. Strong understanding of the intricate nature of ICT employee development to Lead ICT Services & Product Companies maintain the operational and fiscal health of organizations. Excellent Engineering Degree reputation in building teams to deliver complex ICT solutions. Earns the respect of others with a “lives the culture and leads by example” style that Certified Project Manager elicits ownership, high performance, and loyalty from employees. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Wyle Laboratories $1B full service government systems integrator McLean, VA Chief Technology Officer, Science Technology & Engineering Group 2011 to 2012 Reporting directly to the Group President, responsible for establishing Wyle ST&E’s technical vision and leading all aspects of technology development, currently focusing on “big data” file systems, database management systems, analytics, and visualization. As senior technology executive, play an integral role in the company’s strategic direction, development, and future growth. Lead the execution of technology strategy for technology platforms, partnerships, and external relationships. Build and manage a top-flight technology team and oversee research and development, as well as project management. Provide visible leadership for the company within the technology community. Anticipate and react to major P a g e | 2 technology changes to ensure the maintenance of company leadership in the public sector. Establish technical standards and ensure adherence to them for product and service development and company operations. TechAmerica (Uncompensated) Technology Industry Advocacy Organization with over 1,000 Member Companies Washington, DC Chair, Public Sector Big Data Committee 2012 Vice-Chair, Big Data Commission 2012 The TechAmerica Public Sector Big Data Committee mission is to educate policy makers, federal government marketplace and customers about accessing large repositories of data to uncover trends, statistics, and other actionable information within a tolerable time. This subcommittee focuses on policy issues surrounding the federal, state and local government’s ability to procure, deploy, and utilize infrastructure, software, analytics, visualization, and security products and services. Members direct their efforts on defining the marketplace for the technologies, identifying and advocating on key policy issues, exploring industry best practices, and hosting networking and business intelligence events. Big Data Commission membership was comprised of leading experts on big data representing both industry and academia, along with a government advisory board. The objective was to provide guidance on how Government Agencies should leverage Big Data to address their most critical business imperatives, and how Big Data could drive U.S. innovation and competitiveness. The Commission completed work in October, 2012. The final report “Demystifying Big Data: A Practical Guide to Transforming the Business of Government” as well as Big Data Case Studies can be found at http://www.techamericafoundation.org/bigdata. TechAmerica (Uncompensated) Technology Industry Advocacy Organization with over 1,000 Member Companies Washington, DC Chair, Public Sector Cloud Computing Committee 2008 to 2012 2 Deputy Commissioner, Commission on the Leadership Opportunity in US Deployment of the Cloud (CLOUD ) 2011 TechAmerica's Public Sector Cloud Computing Committee serves as both a business development venue and a collaborative effort between both industry and Federal Government stakeholders that focuses on standards development, Certification and Accreditation, and government-wide adoption of cloud computing solutions. Current areas of focus include: Creating best practices around government cloud use Government-wide adoption of cloud solutions Vetting use cases for testing to develop interim specifications while NIST develops mature, open standards for Federal clouds Certification and Accreditation issues Educating policy makers on cloud computing solutions 2 The CLOUD commission completed work in August, 2011. Final reports “Cloud First, Cloud Fast: Recommendations for Innovation, Leadership and Job Creation” and “Cloud Buyer’s Guide for Government” are available at http://www.techamericafoundation.org/cloud2. The TechAmerica Foundation comprised a Commission of thought leaders to serve on the Commission on the Leadership Opportunity in U.S. Deployment of the Cloud (CLOUD ). The commission’s mandate was to provide the Obama Administration with recommendations for how government should deploy cloud technologies and for public policies that would help drive U.S. innovation in the cloud. The commission made recommendations for how government should deploy cloud technologies and address policies that might hinder U.S. leadership of the cloud in the commercial space. Recommendations for government deployment were presented to Federal Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra. Commercial-facing recommendations will be shared with Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and Commerce Under Secretary Pat Gallagher. URS Federal Services $9B full service government systems integrator Chantilly, VA Senior Vice President, Advanced Technologies 2007 to 2011 Reporting directly to the CTO, Mr. Perlowitz is tasked to provide marketing strategy, technology leadership, best practices, and processes across all divisions of the company for critical programs. His leadership helped realize a 24% increase in division services revenue in fiscal year 2007, and a 22% increase in services revenue in fiscal year 2008. P a g e | 3 Synthesized XaaS, Service-Oriented Architecture, virtualization, and Cloud Computing into service offerings that produce 25% to 67% savings in agency development and operational costs, resulting in $3M in sales in the first 75 days without company investment. Technical leader and Enterprise Architect for a complex $130M Department of Homeland Security system integration consolidating the disaster assistance forms and processing of over 17 Federal agencies into a single virtual system using a Service Oriented Architecture deployed over Cloud Computing. Approach reduced program costs by 13% while exceeding goals and reducing operational cost by at least $20M per year. Serves on Apptis’ CMMI Working Group, which advises on, implements, and monitors process maturity at the corporate level, and the Business Development Tiger Team, which develops methodologies for improving and monitoring business development, capture, proposal, and delivery activities throughout all sectors of the company. Doubled proposal win rate upon implementation of Business Development Tiger Team recommendations. Leader of the Enterprise Management Competency Center, the formal horizontal technical practice, for all of Apptis. The Enterprise Management Competency Center is the owner of Apptis' major Service Desks, which include FDIC, EPA, and the Defense Acquisition University, and is responsible for both ISO 20000 (ITIL) certification of each Service Desk and individual ITIL training and certification for staff. EPA and FDIC Service Desks each received 2008 Government Customer Support Excellence Awards. Reliable Integration Services, Inc. Multimillion dollar services-only systems integrator Dunn Loring, VA Chief Technology Officer 1988 to 2007 Co-founded, developed, and sold Reliable Integration Services, Inc. a systems integration company that grew from a $5K personal investment with Inc. 500 and FAST 50 listings in multiple years Led all aspects of performance-based design, implementation, and support of multiple Federal multi-site networks spanning up to 250,000 nodes across as many as 75 international sites, including proposal conception and development, costing, staffing, telecommunications coordination, subcontractor management, earned value tracking, standards compliance, cost control, and client reporting. Spearheaded corporate transformation from reactive to proactive services; audited ITIL and CMMI process improvement systems, which increased service quality and aligned service objectives with business objectives. Created and implemented technical ladders, training objectives, and performance valuation system that decreased voluntary employee turnover to less than 3% per year in a market with an average 65% rate. Leveraged wide-ranging technical expertise to provide consulting services in areas including ICT strategy, implementation planning, enterprise architecture, staffing analysis, information management, network analysis, disaster recovery, and continuity of operations. Built relationships with vendors to negotiate cost-efficient purchase of products and services. Proactively researched and designed training programs to ensure employee proficiency with next-generation technologies. Collaborated with sales and proposal teams in preparing and delivering department and agency presentations to secure new business. Created and marketed service-offering packages. Areas of exceptional expertise include: Cloud Computing in the Federal sector, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) architecture and legacy migration strategies, Enterprise Architecture, Distributed Computing Environment design and integration, WAN network design including satellite systems; and LAN design including Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI, InfiniBand, and other popular network topologies using TCP/IP, IPX, and SNA protocols. Summary of Engagements: Provided oversight and architecture design support for design of the $1B Defense Information System Agency’s implementation of management of the Global Command and Control System (GCCS) across the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET). Tasks include architectural design of worldwide, two-level management system, policy creation, security analysis, system prototyping, deployment logistics, installation, bandwidth optimization, monitoring, training, and second generation planning for over 2,000 sites and 500,000 end-nodes. Provided assessment support for the Department of Labor. Assessed the effectiveness of leading database applications. Conducted interviews, developed and delivered study, and provided recommendations on the best approaches to service the needs of the department. Designed protocol interoperability and management of a near-real-time Department of Defense satellite network. Responsibilities include redundancy and in-band and out-of-band management strategy, including various levels of security. P a g e | 4 Supported the Defense Message System (DMS). Responsibilities include the system design, infrastructure implementation planning, and network modeling and simulation of a 2,000,000 node network for deployment at all Government agencies over five years. Also responsible for the integration of COTS mail products into the proposed environment. Supported the 9-year, 2.5 billion dollar Armed Forces Combined Acquisition Contract (AFCAC). Developed Acceptance Test Procedures for all communications and networking hardware and software CLINs in Microsoft and UNIX environments, including compliance with TCP/IP, GOSIP (FIPS 146-1), and TNI (NCSC-TG 005 Version 1 7/31/87) C2 security. Validated migration strategy to GOSIP and certifiable B1-level network according to the TNI. Designed a C2 certifiable international X.25 WAN with planned migration to B2 for Armed Forces Special Operations Command. Tasks included methodology development, including hardware validation and software development 2167A compliance, vendor identification and selection, documentation, and substantiation of compliance with RFP and TNI. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Prior experience: Principal Designer of Advanced Rotorcraft Technology Integration and Light Helicopter Experiment real-time simulators for United Technologies, Sikorsky Aircraft. Staff Engineer with accountability for design, integration, and testing of Very High Speed Integrated Circuit military hardware and software for IBM Federal Systems Division. EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT BS, Electrical Engineering, Administration & Management Science, Economics Carnegie-Mellon University Certification: Project Management Professional (PMP) Project Management Institute, 2003 Training: Overview of Capability Maturity Model Integration, Continuous Representation, V1.1, 2004 Training: Six Sigma Yellow Belt, 2004 PAST MEMBERSHIP & AFFILIATIONS DHS Single-Sign On Working Group DHS Service Oriented Architecture Working Group ACT-IAC Network and Telecommunications Special Interest Group Cloud Computing Project NIST Cloud Computing Architecture and Taxonomy Working Groups REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS AND AFFILIATIONS Vice Chair: “Demystifying Big Data: A Practical Guide to Transforming the Business of Government,” http://www.techamerica.org/Docs/fileManager.cfm?f=techamerica-bigdatareport-final.pdf, TechAmerica Foundation, October 3, 2012 Publication: “Wherefore Art Thou Cloud?,” Government CIO, http://www.governmentciomagazine.com/2011/12/wherefore-art-thou-cloud, December 1, 2011 Publication: “2011 U.S. Federal Strategy for the Safe and Secure Adoption of Cloud Computing,” company white paper, http://www.apptis.com/documents/2011%20U.S.%20Federal%20Strategy%20for%20the%20Safe%20and%20Secure%20 Adoption%20of%20Cloud%20Computing.pdf, 2011 Deputy Commissioner: “Cloud First, Cloud Fast: Recommendations for Innovation, Leadership and Job Creation,” http://www.techamericafoundation.org/content/wp- content/uploads/2011/02/CLOUD2_Report_Cloud_First_Cloud_Fast_Recommendations_for_Innovation_Leadership_and_ Job_Creation.pdf, TechAmerica Foundation, July 27, 2011 Radio Interview: "Agencies Moving on from Cloud 101," Federal News Radio, http://www.federalnewsradio.com/86/2302531/Agencies-moving-on-from-Cloud-101, March 10, 2010 U.S. Patent: 5,319,538 "Switch and System for Reconfiguring a Plurality of Closed Loop Systems", 1994 Publication: “Optimizing the Enterprise for SOA: From Project Management to Program Management to the ‘Network Organization’,” SOA Magazine, November 2008 Publication: "SAML Sets Up Single Sign-On," Network World, 21 April 2003 Publication: "Detection of Multiplexer Structures in Logic," IBM Technical Disclosure Bulletin, December 1987 Publication: "Thinking Outside the Box," quarterly internal company publication Member: Project Management Institute Member: Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering RECOGNITION Forbes Outsourcing Center “Best Partnership” award for consolidating resources and reducing cost of ICT ownership for government customer by 35%. Networking Professionals Association "Most Innovative Networking Project or Implementation - Government," award from for implementing Customer Relationship Management portal for 5% of the cost of the next lowest bid.