Current Status: GREEN. Currently semi-retired.
Will consider part-time hourly tele-commuting from my home.
|for a Skills Inventory||for Professional References||for Contact Information|
|To continue to be involved in the technical aspects of the computer industry.|
|Oct 00 to Feb 03:|
|Nationwide Insurance, Columbus OH Team Leader|
| ||1.||Technical responsibility for Individual Annuity Systems running primarily on a series of IBM mainframes running COBOL 2, CICS and VSAM. Other platforms are tangentially involved.|
| ||2.||Developed a project-oriented web site to assist in documentation and training.|
|May 97 to Mar 00:|
|Adecco Technical Services, Cincinnati OH Consultant|
| ||1.||Technical responsibility for the data management of engine electronics from an IBM mainframe running COBOL/IMS migrated to a Win95 platform running MS-Access.|
| ||2.||Developed a project-oriented web site that employed automated mass updates of HTML from the mainframe.|
| ||3.||Wrote all the software to verify the correctness of the client-server replacement system.|
| ||4.||Also served concurrently as the team's Configuration Manager and Y2K
|Feb 97 to May 97:|
|Data Networks Corporation, Dayton OH Analyst|
| ||Member of a project team customizing process planning software for General Dynamics with responsibility for life cycle, software quality, testing and documentation, with an emphasis on rapid testing.|
|Oct 96 to Feb 1997:|
|Adecco Technical Services, Cincinnati OH Consultant|
| ||Member of a project team charged with moving portions of a manufacturing system from an IBM mainframe running IMS to a Unix platform running Oracle.   (IMS, Oracle)|
|Feb 87 to Jun 96: Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)|
|Nov 95 to Jun 96:|
|CSC, Indianapolis IN   Operations Manager and Project Manager|
Managed all aspects of a one-year, $2.4 million financial management
time and materials project consisting almost entirely of subcontractors (10 in Indiana,
12 in Alabama).|
(Sun Sparcstations, Unix, Oracle 7.0)
|Dec 94 to Nov 95:|
|CSC, Dayton OH Operations Manager|
| ||Staff responsibility for the Defense Enterprise Integration Services (DEIS) contract responsible for technical, quality and program control of $100+ million worth of delivery orders to Wright-Patterson AFB customers.|
|Jan 92 to Dec 94:|
|CSC, Dayton OH Delivery Order Manager|
Senior Computer Scientist and Delivery Order Manager for the Air Force General Purpose
Scientific and Supercomputing Consolidation Project.
Team Leader and Designer of an Image Database for the Target Recognition Branch of Wright Laboratory. (HP9000, Unix, Oracle 7.0)
Data Management System Integrator for the Air Force Medical Acquisition Model.
(MS-DOS, xBASE, Visual Basic)
|Feb 87 to Jan 92:|
CSC, Indianapolis IN Applications Manager/Senior Architect|
Computer Scientist, Applications Manager and Senior Architect Team Member
Responsible for the technical correctness of a very large DBMS tool for the U.S.
Army's General Accounting System. Significant involvement in logical and physical database
design using CA-Datacom/DB.
(CICS, CA-Datacom/DB, Command-level COBOL)
Served on the pilot team to determine Ada feasibility under OS/MVS. Co-wrote the first
Ada application program to run under OS/MVS.
(Ada, Rational R1000)||
Responsible for 50 programmers writing 500+ Ada application programs in a
distributed development targeted to an IBM 3090 MVS/XA environment.||
||Responsible for physical database design.||
||Responsible for delivery of a dynamic CASE/Repository tool development
aimed at full life cycle support for any methodology, with the capability to automate
documentation and direct source code generation.
(CASE, relational DBMS theory and implementation, Object Oriented
Design (Booch), Yourdon-DeMarco Design Methodology)|| ||Jan 81 to May 88:||IUPUI, Indianapolis IN
Adjunct Faculty (part time)||
||Taught introductory COBOL, FORTRAN and BASIC.
(DEC, FORTRAN, BASIC)|| ||Mar 84 to Jan 87:||
Healthcare Administrative Systems, Indols, IN Project Manager, Office Automation Mgr||
TRW Ross Gear Division; Programmer/Analyst on various projects/platforms for other clients.
(IBM mainframe, CA-IDMS/R, MS-DOS, LANs, Easytrieve)|| ||Sep 1981 to Mar 1984:||Jefferson National Life Insurance
||Responsible for the on-line insurance applications.
(IBM mainframe, VSAM, TP Monitor, DOS/VSE)|| ||Feb 1976 to Sep 1981:||Computer Management Systems (CMS, Inc.)
Operations, Programmer/Analyst, Facilities Manager||
(IBM mainframe, macro-level CICS, VSAM, Assembler, RPGII, DOS/VSE)|| ||RELATED EXPERIENCE||
Primary author of the technical volume on a DoD draft Request For Proposal, 1993.|
Frequent speaker, presenter and author at technical conferences, 1990-1993.
Member of the Computer Science Accreditation Board (CSAB) from Mar 1995 to Feb 1998. CSAB members evaluate undergraduate Computer Science curriculums.
ACVC Reviewer Sep 91 to Sep 96. Responsible for the Ada Compiler Validation Capability plan for establishing appropriate compiler testing to determine Ada compiler conformance.
Technical Advisor to the US Delegation of ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22 WG9 (Ada) in conjunction with review of the Information Systems Facilities of Ada 9X, Nov 1992 to Dec 1994.
M.S. Management, August 1991, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion IN|
B.S. Business Administration, December 1980, Indiana University, Indianapolis IN
A.S. Data Processing Technology, May 1975, San Antonio College, San Antonio TX