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Dr. Timothy Sorber, DCS, PMP ITIL v3, has been working with technology for over thirty years. A twenty-two-year veteran, he has operated, tested, and performed systems engineering for many new technology systems within the Navy and as a DoD support contractor. Holding a Doctor of Computer Science degree, he has researched the Optimization of Big Data Infrastructure for processing of SQL data. He has current knowledge for many DoD initiatives, including CVN21, the next-generation aircraft carrier, unmanned aerial vehicles, Knowledge Management, Cyberspace Command and Control, and Agile software development. He currently uses Enterprise Architecture based approaches to determine how to employ next-generation technologies within the joint military services. To support these studies, he has pioneered a means to develop system requirements that reflect the operational employment of the system capability, called Mission-based Analysis.
Dr. Sorber has taught college-level students while in the US Navy on Anti-submarine weapons and tactics, at the junior college level on beginning networking, and to professional engineers on Cyber Security to include use of the Risk Management Framework within US Navy programs.