About Us

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Nat is enrolled in his last class in the George Mason University MSOR program. He has his BS in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Nat is currently a Principal Engineer with Noblis, Inc. where he has worked for over 6 years. Nat has conducted research and evaluations on identity management solutions and infrastructure security protection in support of several Noblis clients including DoD, DHS/TSA, DHS/CBP, DHS/ S&T, DoS, DoT, NOAA, USCG, USPS, New Jersey State, and The Cleveland Clinic.  Prior to his work in government consulting, Nat co-founded Herndon Web Service, Inc in 1994 developing database-oriented web sites and applications and then serving as its President from 1997 through 2001. Prior to 1994, Nat was self-employed from 1991 as F. I. Technology where he envisioned, developed, and marketed a software testing product to simulate factory processes and to emulate electronics for factory automation equipment. Prior to 1991, Nat was a Senior Systems Engineer managing the systems engineering department of Simmons Machine Tool Corporation, an OEM of automated factory equipment serving the railroad industry

Mike is also enrolled in his last class in the George Mason University MSSE program. He specialized in the Computer Based Systems track, and has over 19 years of program management and systems engineering experience working for the Department of Defense. He has a BS in Business Finance from the University of Florida. As a DOD contractor he is the lead engineer and project manager working with the U. S. Army’s Logistics Innovation Agency working to modernize Army Logistics business processes and technologies. A retired U. S. Marine Corps Officer Mike has deployed to Somalia and Okinawa Japan supporting USMC and DOD C4I activities in his role as a Data Communications Officer. Upon retiring, Mike has worked in various levels both with various DOD contractors and with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) working a variety of systems engineering and project management areas. Mike’s experiences include requirements planning and analysis, system design and architectures, workflow analysis, scheduling, developmental and operational testing, risk management, configuration management, quality assurance, operations and sustainment, process improvement, and the like. Mike’s interest are primarily in engineering and implementation of large-scale and enterprise systems.

Jeremy is enrolled in his final class in the George Mason University MSSE program. He specialized in the C4I track.  Jeremy obtained a BS in Electrical Engineering Technology in May 2003 from Old Dominion University. Upon graduation, he began his career in 2004 with the United States Marine Corps as a DOD civilian employee under the Naval Acquisition Intern Program (NAIP). Jeremy was assigned to Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) in Quantico, VA and spent his first three years under the NAIP. During this time, Jeremy worked in the command’s C4I Interoperability Branch. Jeremy coordinated across multiple MCSC program offices to ensure that interoperability issues between individual C4I systems were addressed properly. The NAIP afforded Jeremy the opportunity to quickly gain knowledge of the DOD Acquisition Process through multiple Defense Acquisition University (DAU) courses and external assignments/rotations.  In early 2006, Jeremy completed a four month external rotation at Camp Pendleton, CA working in the Systems Architecture and Engineering Branch of the Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity (MCTSSA). Upon graduation from the NAIP, Jeremy came on board full time with MCSC as a Systems Engineer.  Jeremy currently works in the program office for Optics and Non-lethal systems (ONS). He serves as the team lead for ONS’s Electro-Optic Test Facility (EOTF).  The EOTF is the program office’s in-house optics laboratory, used for the test and evaluation of optical scopes and night vision devices to support source selections and R&D initiatives. The EOTF is capable of performing a wide range of electro-optical tests for thermal sensors, image intensification devices, day scopes, and laser systems.