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  1. 1. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 1 of 9 cybemax@aol.com Mr. Rubyis an Information TechnologyConsultant withover 35 years’ experience insystems analysis and design. His experience covers development andmanagement of functional andtechnical requirements and specifications. He is without peer for his development of test plans and scenarios from unit, to software acceptance. Mr. Rubyis activelyengaged inallaspects ofEnterprise Architecture (EA) development for the Department of Defense (DoD) andthe Joint Stafffor over 15 years. His unique visionof EA development allows for systematic andcomprehensive planning to deliverywith the participation ofteams developing EA for a varietyof stakeholders to have better visibilityand resolution strategyfor issues. Mr. Rubyhas actively integratedbusiness process re-engineering / improvement / management andenterprise architecture where eachdiscipline complements the other. He is adept at developingstrategies to best fit the needed modeling techniques to best suit eachsituation. Mr. Rubyis skillful at applying configurationmanagement tools andtechniquesto track system development. He is well versedin bothprogramdevelopment and project management. Mr. Rubywas as a member of the re-write staff for the Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF), version2.0. He has strong foundation inintricaciesof systems analysis to include completes software development life cycle, from planning throughimplementation and maintenance. He has consistentlyshownthe ability for negotiation anddiplomacy skills withcustomers andusers always presentinga versatile, flexible, adaptable, andpersistent sense of urgency. Mr. Rubyis proficient at implementing project management methodologies and practices. He is also adept in development andimplementation of cost effective systems andprocedures. Mr. Rubyis a creative planner andorganizer withadmirable problem-solvingabilities, has excellent oral andwrittencommunicationandsuperior humanrelations skills, andhas excellent knowledge ofMS Office applications. Configuration Management Tools DOORS, PCMS, Clearcase/Clearquest/Crystal Reports Databases MS Access, SQL*SERVER, SYBASE Methodologies/Techniques/Case Tools Case Tools, EnterpriseArchitecture Planning, Fountain (Moses), ISO 9000, James Martin, JTA, MIL-STD-498, Quality Circles, SEI CMMi, Spiral, Summit Ascendant, Summit-D, TAFIM, Waterfall, Zachman Framework Modeling Techniques C4ISR and DoDArchitectural Frameworks (DODAF), Feature OrientedDomainAnalysis(FODA), FederalEnterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF), IDEF/FIPS, Information Engineering, Ministryof Defense Architecture Framework (MODAF), NATO Architecture Framework(NAF), Object Oriented(OO) / UML, Process Modeling/Data Modeling, Rational Rose Suite and OO, The Open GroupArchitecture Framework (TOGAF), TreasuryEnterpriseArchitecture Framework (TEAF) Modeling/Case Tools ARIS, AllFusion, COOL:GEN, Data-Architect, ER/BPWIN, METIS, NetVis, PARADIGMPLUS, POWERDESIGNER, PROCESSANALYST, Rational Rose Suite, Rational System Architect, VISIO, Websphere Bus Integrator, Websphere Business Modeler Advanced, WiZdoM Mainframe Experience IBMMainframe Programmer, Cobol. Maintainedall code linesto includingchanges receivedperiodically. Updated code from Assembler, Basic, and Cobol into a consistent modules all writteninCobol. Documentedcodedmodules of the systems to ensure that future updates could be accomplished in a more systematic manner, documentation was in the code linesand stand-alone documentationfor use bythe programmingstaff. Received trouble reports, analyzedprograms, isolated the faults and presented programs back for review and comment. Conducted code reviews prior to release to ensure functionalitymet user expectations. Scheduled and conductedbackups, bothwith tape andDASDI, whenrequired keeping the necessarylogs, filing backups inapproved spaces for safeguarding. Ensured off-site storage of backup materials was executedand logged, additionallyensuredmaterialsbeing returnedfrom off-site were received and inventoried for accuracy. Planned and executedmovement of three computer centers, planning included all necessaryoversight from building, electrical, andenvironmental, stagedmovement, to include the standing-down(ofold) andstanding-up(ofnew). Military Experience  Member of the US Armyfrom 1975-1999, attainedthe rank of Major, primaryAir Defense, secondary Information Technology/Computers  Deployedduring Desert Shield/Storm to Seventh Corps Headquarters, dutyassignments includedthe following: AVSCOM Headquarters, Ft Gordon, Ft Huachuca, Ft Monroe, Pentagon, The Science andTechnologyCenter, Ft Knox, and includedBitburg, Hanau, and Stuttgart in Germany Education  Washington University, 2000, M.S., Information Management  Austin Peay State University, 1975, B.S., Chemistry
  2. 2. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 2 of 9 cybemax@aol.com PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Consultant,Enterprise Architect Sharp Solutions, Inc June 2015 – Present  ProvidedDepartment ofHomeland Security(DHS) withbetter strategies of how to manage allaspects oftheir OneNet, to include engineering andfiscal decisions for present andfuture alterations to the enterprise  Provides knowledge andunderstanding ofthe , Software Engineering, Enterprise Architecture, BusinessProcessRe - engineering/Improvement andthe actions that needto be executed for the enterprise to successfullymeet all of its obligations to its customers  Prepare and present white papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/FlagOfficers, Mid-Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Provides primaryknowledge of Enterprise Architecture, using TOGAF, DoDAF, andZachmannFrameworks to better to understandthe operations ofthe enterprise  Conducts analysisof the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinates the effective andsystematic management ofarchitectures to ensure segments, portfolios, and the enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Managesthe executionof Architecture analysis andmodeling, creation ofdetailedplans to clearlyidentifyanddocument all actions to include howdevelopment of artifacts will aidindocumentingthe enterprisetodayandintothe future  Coordination withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that craftingArchitecturalmodels (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, and Portfolio) can be accomplishedfor multiple portions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Identifiesthe appropriate use ofpolicies andprocedures needed to achieve agile, structured, or OO development lifecycles neededto achieve implementationof IT systems, services, and applications neededto meet all enterprise needs  Provides trainingto educate enterprise staff inSoftware Engineering, Enterprise Architecture, BusinessProcess Re- engineering/Improvement processes andprocedures so that theycanexecute and maintainfor themselves  Establish“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is inprogress to include those portions that have been mapped,that require mapping, andthe interactions betweendata and tasks that have beeni dentified and resolved withinthe Enterprise  Development of securityplans for the safeguarding of critical system information to ensure “needto know” is maintainedfor all of the roles requiredfor the functioningof the enterprise  Continuallyresearches tools (e.g., ARISandSystemArchitect) together with modeling schemas andpractices(e.g., VACD, EPC, FAD, UML, OO, CMMi, DoDAF, MODAF, TOGAF, Zachman, andBPMN) to ensure correct informationis being sought andit is shownto be anactive andviable part of a model  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollected andto ensure corrections are made where required  Staff of 5 engineers direct and approximately 5000+ indirect Consultant SelfEmployed June 2014 – June 2015  Provides knowledge andunderstanding ofthe , Software Engineering, Enterprise Architecture, BusinessProcessRe- engineering/Improvement andthe actions that needto be executed for the enterprise to successfullymeet all of its obligations to its customers  Prepare and present white papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/FlagOfficers, Mid-Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Provides primaryknowledge of Enterprise Architecture, using TOGAF, DoDAF, andZachmannFrameworks to better to understandthe operations ofthe enterprise  Conducts analysisof the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinates the effective andsystematic management ofarchitectures to ensure segments, portfolios, and the enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Managesthe executionof Architecture analysis andmodeling teams, creation ofdetailed plans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future
  3. 3. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 3 of 9 cybemax@aol.com  Coordination withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that craftingArchitecturalmodels (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, and Portfolio) can be accomplishedfor multiple portions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Identifiesthe appropriate use ofpolicies andprocedures needed to achieve agile, structured, or OO development lifecycles neededto achieve implementationof IT systems, services, and applications neededto meet all enterprise needs  Provides trainingto educate enterprise staff inSoftware Engineering, Enterprise Architecture, BusinessProcess Re- engineering/Improvement processes andprocedures so that theycanexecute andmaintainfor themselves  Establish“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is inprogress to include those portions that have been mapped,that require mapping, andthe interactions betweendata and tasks that have beenidentified and resolved withinthe Enterprise  Development of securityplans for the safeguarding of critical system information to ensure “needto know” is maintainedfor all of the roles requiredfor the functioningof the enterprise  Continuallyresearches tools (e.g., ARISandSystemArchitect) together with modeling schemas andpractices(e.g., VACD, EPC, FAD, UML, OO, CMMi, DoDAF, MODAF, TOGAF, Zachman, andBPMN) to ensure correct informationis being sought andit is shownto be anactive andviable part of a model  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollected andto ensure corrections are made where required  Staff of 25 engineers direct andapproximately 1230 indirect Principal DoDAF Architect CSC, LogisticsModernizationProgram (LMP) November2012 – June 2014  Providedprimaryknowledge of DoDAFto advise the CSCstaff onthe LMP, the government client at all levels, andvendors advising onmodel construction to ensure compliance withDoDAFandDoDCIO/NII standards  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Conductedanalysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple e ngineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have been mapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise  Authoredupdatesto standards, policy, and governance documents that guide the strategyof DoDAF development andits associateddevelopmental lifecycle  Preparedandpresentedbriefings on a varietyof subjects related to the developingof modelsinsupport of LMP  Planedcreationschedulesandstrategies for modeldevelopment to include, strategy, planning, prototyping, development, and allrequiredreviews together withthe resources, time, andschedule needs for success  Conductedenterprise architecture reviews withmembers of the development team and customer representatives to ensure adherence withestablishedrequirements  Mentoredallmembers of LMP(Junior, Senior, CSC, Customer - government, andVendors) for best practices for execution of DoDAF and the role it needs to playina qualitySoftware Engineering environment  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Staff of 15 engineers direct andapproximately430 indirect
  4. 4. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 4 of 9 cybemax@aol.com Team Lead, SeniorEnterprise Architect SilverBulletSolutions,Inc., Departmentof Defense March 2012 – November2012  Developedstrategies for constructionof Enterprise Architectures (EA) to help management see areas withinthe organization that needchange to take place and the actions that will provide the greatest return for investment of time andresources  Conductedrequirements capture meetings for the government ensuringrequirements acquired support the desire, direction, considerations, and approval of a solution that mayrequire consideringseveral courses ofaction with viable engineering informationneeded to make aninformed decisions, e.g., Total Cost of Ownership, Analysis of Alternatives, andGap Analysis  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Conductedanalysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have beenmapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise  Ensured DoDAF, 2.0 standards, were followed, observed, andwere an integral portion ofthe development of all products under development  Providedassistance andmentoring to other members of the architecture team ensuring allmodels were being developedina consistent manner  Conductedenterprise architecture reviews withmembers of the development team and customer representatives to ensure adherence withestablishedrequirements  DevelopedanIT PortfolioManagement strategyfor use to identifythe major portions and subcomponents ofthe organization, additionallyto allow visibilityto those portions of the organizationthat have been the focus of projects to correct deficiencies to allow the organizationto functionmore efficiently  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Held TS/SCI Clearance, Staffof 6 engineers direct and approximately100 indirect Project Manager,Senior Enterprise Architect TMR, Defense Intelligence Agency(DIA) April 2011 – March 2012  Establishedstrategyof Enterprise Architecture (EA) artifacts neededto be completedat each investment milestone  Establisheda strategyto allowfor speedyand expeditious movement of capabilityandrequirements throughthe necessary levels ofapproval, Standards, Steering, and Strategy  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Conduced analysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Ensure that DoDAF, 2.0 standards, were followed, observed, andwere anintegral portionof the development ofallproducts under development  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future  Providedassistance andmentoring to other members of the architecture team ensuring allmodels were being developedina consistent manner  Conductedenterprise architecture reviews withmembers of the development team and customer representatives to ensure adherence withestablishedrequirements
  5. 5. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 5 of 9 cybemax@aol.com  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have beenmapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise  Wrote and reviewedgovernance andguidance documents needed to establish a coherent andwell plannedstructure onhow tasks will be accomplishedandthe roles neededto complete each  Used ITIL, COBIT, andDoDAFinsupport of the DIA CIO governance andguidance needs  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Held TS/SCI Clearance, Staffof 6 engineers direct and approximately100 indirect SeniorEnterprise Architect Netlocity,Departmentof the Army, Human ResourcesCommand (HRC) February 2011 – April 2011  ProvidedOffice of the Chief InformationOfficer (OCIO) withsenior level engineering support of Enterprise Architecture efforts for the command  Maintainedoversight intothe development of all DoDAFmodelsensuringallwere completed ontime andall necessary informationwas a portionof its construction  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Conducted analysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Ensure that DoDAF, 2.0 standards, were followed, observed, andwere anintegral portionof the development ofallproducts under development  Ensured Securityplans were updatedat each stage insystemdevelopment to ensure all risks were accountedfor and mitigationfactors never jeopardizedthe functions of the enterprise  Providedassistance andmentoring to other members of the architecture team ensuring allmodels were being developedina consistent manner  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have beenmapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise  Conductedenterprise architecture reviews withmembers of the development team and customer representatives to ensure adherence withestablishedrequirements  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Held Secret Clearance, Staffof 4 engineers direct andapproximately100 indirect SeniorEnterprise Architect ESTSI, UnitedStates MarinesCorps December2010 – February2011  Providedsenior level support for development of enterprise architectures insupport of US MarinesCorps weapons systems  Developed enterprise architectures using DoDAFversion 1.5 and 2.0Xprinciples intheir lifecycle  Providedassistance andmentoring to other members of the architecture team ensuring allmodels were being developedina consistent manner  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)
  6. 6. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 6 of 9 cybemax@aol.com  Conducted analysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Conductedenterprise architecture reviews withmembers of the development team and customer representatives to ensure adherence withestablishedrequirements  Developedproject plan to assist inestablishing Baseline, Objective, andStrategic architectures supporting ofMarines Corps programs  Engaged inbusiness process re-engineering/improvement/management practicesneededto show where within the business environment change needs to take place and the actions that needto be taken to realize the maximum efficienciesfrom proposedchanges, usingmodeling to record the scope ofthe practices andwhere change is required  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have beenmapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise  Developedstrategyfor an development andmaintenance of an enterprise architecture repository  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Held TS/SCI Clearance, Staffof 3 engineers direct and approximately50 indirect Lead Architect BAE Systemsand FAA NAS November2009 – December2010  Providedsenior enterprise architect support to the SETA-II contract provingsupport to the FAA NAS inall aspects of enterprise architecture development, review, approval, and publishing  Activelymanageda series of strategic enterprise architectures for the FAA NAS that cover several time periods (2010, 2018, and 2025)  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Conduced analysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Developedand maintained a seriesof hierarchies beingusedbyFAA NAS andtheir programs to ensure vertical andhorizontal integrationis being maintained inEA products being developedandmaintained  Ensure that DoDAF, 1.5 and2.0 standards, were followed, observed, andwere anintegral portionof the development ofall products under development  Providedassistance andmentoring to other members of the architecture team ensuring allmodels were being developedina consistent manner  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Conductedenterprise architecture reviews withmembers of the development team and customer representatives to ensure adherence withestablishedrequirements  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise today and intothe future  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have beenmapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise
  7. 7. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 7 of 9 cybemax@aol.com  Engaged inbusiness process re-engineering/improvement/management practicesneededto show where within the business environment change needs to take place and the actions that needto be taken to realize the maximum efficienciesfrom proposedchanges, usingmodeling to record the scope ofthe practices andwhere change is required  Held Secret Clearance, Staffof 12 engineers direct andapproximately100 indirect OperationsResearcher SeniorStaff LockheedMartin and OASD (NII) Architecture and Integration Directorate August 2007 – November2009  Providedschedulingandplanningoversight to ensure the Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) version 2.0 re-write helping to ensure that all of the goals and objectives of the timeline established were realized  Was anactive author inre-write of DoDAFinits efforts to realize the “fit-for-purpose” objectives  Supportedthe Defense Intelligence Mission Area (DIMA) to harmonize portfoliomanagement between the Office of Office of the Under Secretaryof Defense (Intelligence)(OUSD(I))andOffice of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to ensure that IT investments are handledina manner that will allow sharing of resources to realize success  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have beenmapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise  Co-authored a process providing a means of how Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) andDoDAFcanbe co-developed and co-exist providinga complementarymethodof their inherent processes while providing the rigor necessaryto allowfor repeating critical tasks  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Conducted analysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Engaged inbusiness process re-engineering/improvement/management practicesneededto show where within the business environment change needs to take place and the actions that needto be taken to realize the maximum efficienciesfrom proposedchanges, usingmodeling to record the scope ofthe practices andwhere change is required  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto ve t the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Held TS/SCI clearance, Clearance successfullyadjudicatedMay2008 SeniorSystems Architect SAIC and UnitedStates JointForces Command (JFCOM) September2006 – August 2007  Managedthe architecture development effort to include the planning andexecutionto capture all necessaryarchitecture work products to adhere to establishedschedules  Coordinated development andcapture ofallDODAFarchitectural models using Rational Rose Software Suite  Ensure that DoDAF, 1.5 standards, were followed, observed, andwere anintegral portionof the development ofallproducts under development  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationanddata while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have beenmapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise  Providedassistance andmentoring to other members of the architecture team ensuring allmodels were being developedina consistent manner
  8. 8. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 8 of 9 cybemax@aol.com  Conductedenterprise architecture reviews withmembers of the development team and customer representatives to ensure adherence withestablishedrequirements  Functionedas initial author providinginput to development of reports and papers constructed insupport of the contract  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Conducted analysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Engaged inbusiness process re-engineering/improvement/management practicesneededto show where within the business environment change needs to take place and the actions that needto be taken to realize the maximum efficienciesfrom proposedchanges, usingmodeling to record the scope ofthe practices andwhere change is required  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Held TS/SCI Clearance Consultant,Project Manager and Enterprise Architecture Thomas & Herbert Consultingand the Department of HomelandSecurity (DHS) September2005 – September2006  Developedarchitecturesand applications to meet the demands of Department of HomelandSecurity(DHS)  Developedproject management plans to oversee the development of applications andarchitecturesfor DHSto include identification ofthe sub-tasks that are criticalto deliveryof eachartifact  Establishedrepeatable practices to allow the project to accomplish tasks better, with fewer resources, andwithless time  Developed, coordinated, and managed timelines for all tasks for project success while maintaining visibilityof resources and time requiredfor each project/sub-task  Maintainedoversight intothe development of all DoDAFmodelsensuringallwere completed ontime andall necessary informationwas a portionof its construction  Preparedandpresentedwhite papers, presentations, andbriefings to a varietyof customers (e.g., SES/Flag Officers, Mid- Level Managers, and Users at all levels)  Managed the execution ofArchitecture analysis andmodelingteams, creationof detailedplans to clearlyidentifyand document all actions to include how development of artifacts willaidin documenting the enterprise todayand intothe future  Ensure that DoDAF, 1.5 standards, were followed, observed, andwere anintegral portionof the development ofallproducts under development to fulfill OMB and DHS mandates  Providedassistance andmentoring to other members of the architecture team ensuring allmodels were being developedina consistent manner  Development of securityplans for the safeguarding of critical system information to ensure “needto know” is maintainedfor all of the roles requiredfor the functioningof the enterprise  Ensured Securityplans were updatedat each stage insystemdevelopment to ensure all risks were accountedfor and mitigationfactors never jeopardizedthe functions of the enterprise  Conductedanalysis of the enterprise to determine how it is currentlyfunctioning, what functionalityis desiredfor the future, and the migrationstrategythat willensure the best implementationwhile best managing cost, resources, and time  Coordinated the effective andsystematic management of architectures to ensure segments, portfolios, andthe enterprise have been adequatelybeendecomposedto provide best collected insight intothe functioningof the enterprise  Ensured corrective changes made to all models whenchanges presentedbyusers as a result oftheir review andcomment  Communicatedwith management whenchanges being consideredmayhave greater impact on the overall programand not just a small portion  Conductedenterprise architecture reviews withmembers of the development team and customer representatives to ensure adherence withestablishedrequirements  Scheduled backups of the enterprise architecture data to ensure the integrityof the models remains stable andeffective configurationmanagement (CM) was followed  Effected off-site storage of the enterprise architecture data accomplished bypassing it to a secure locationwhere it is safeguarded inthe event it is neededor COOPis require  Maintaineda forecast extensionof the scale andscope of the Enterprise Architecture modeling effort to include materials to be produced, time required, toolsto be used, and the personnel needed to realize success, estimate was for 8 products to be complete over an12 month period
  9. 9. William F. Ruby II 3329 Bardstown Road (Home) Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: (931)-217-0270 (Cell) Page 9 of 9 cybemax@aol.com  Engaged inbusiness process re-engineering/improvement/management practicesneededto show where within the business environment change needs to take place and the actions that needto be taken to realize the maximum efficienciesfrom proposedchanges, usingmodeling to record the scope ofthe practices andwhere change is required  Coordinated withall facets of the activities operations to ensure that crafting Architectural models (e.g., Enterprise, Segment, Data, andPortfolio) can be accomplishedfor multipleportions of the Enterprise at the same time, multiple engineering tasks at the same time allowfor confirming ofinformationand data while seekingto resolve unknowns  Established“roadmaps” necessaryto document the effective Architectural analysis that is in progressto include those portions that have beenmapped, that require mapping, andthe interactions between data andtasks that have been identifiedandresolvedwithin the Enterprise  ConductedJAD/RADsessions as the method to collect the majorityof the critical information inthe smallest amount of time while includingthe largest number of knowledgeable staff and to allow time necessaryto vet the informationcollectedandto ensure corrections are made where required  Coordinated testing at alllevels from unit throughGovernment Acceptance Testing ofapplications to ensure all components and applications developedmet DHS requirements  ConductedGapanalysisbetween“As-Is” and“To-Be” modelsto provide recommendations to customers “where” challenges exist and “how” theycould be resolvedtherebyproviding initialinput to the development ofthe DHSTransitionPlan  Instrumental in Thomas & Herbert’s gaininglevel 3 certificationfor the CapabilityMaturityModel Integration (CMMI) process Consultant, Enterprise Architecture CSC & the Joint Theater Air and Missile Defense Organization(JTAMDO) November2003 – September2005 Consultant, Enterprise Architecture Sumaria, Inc and the US Air Force June 2003 – November2003 Consultant,BusinessProcess Re-engineering State of Georgia,Departmentof Human Resources(DHR) January 2003 – June 2003 Consultant,BusinessProcess Re-engineering Tennessee ValleyAuthority(TVA) - Chattanooga, TN January 2001 – December2002 Consultant,BusinessProcess Re-engineering State of Tennessee,DepartmentofSafety - Nashville,TN May 2000 – January 2001 UnitedStates Air Force (USAF) - O’Fallon,IL SeniorSoftware Engineer– Global Transportation Network(GTN) September1993 – May 2000 Domain Engineer- In-TransitVisibilityModernization(ITVMOD) UnitedStates Air Force,Scott Air Force Base July 1992 – September1993

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