the Trek to Alaska
Not your average assignment—MITRE's Jim LeFebvre spent a month
in Delta Junction, Alaska, helping the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense
System go operational.
of All Trades
Ming-Pin Wang is an expert at spotting the solutions the experts miss.
Well versed in mathematics, statistics, chemistry, biology, and other
sciences, she prefers to appraise a problem from the perspective of
the Human Touch
Aileen Worden is part of a team that provides human-system interaction
support to many projects and customers throughout MITRE.
Counts at MITRE
At 62, Sid Polk thought he was too old for a promotion. He's glad
the company felt differently—and so are the people who work
and Daughter Work in Intelligence
Douglas Webster and Jennifer Webster
Douglas Webster and Jennifer Webster, father and daughter, work for
MITRE's Center for Integrated Intelligence Systems, he in Omaha, she
New Ground at the IRS
Drawing upon her wide-ranging background, desire for knowledge and
focus on results, Donna Grubb-Hewlett is helping the IRS's Business
Systems Modernization Office devise an objective system for assessing
Challenges—At Home and On the Road
Steve Hofmann has always dedicated himself to doing what's best for
the government. At MITRE, he's still at it—solving problems
for the Air Mobility Command at Scott Air Force Base.
and Szechwan Master Chef
A man of many talents and interests, Resource Director Jim Hill's
love of cooking led him to become a Szechwan chef.
McLean to Chantilly
With experience at both the McLean corporate headquarters and MITRE's
Chantilly, VA site, Ira Shapiro has a unique insight into working
at MITRE and supporting the National Reconnaissance Office.
Working flexible hours allowed Lillian Ryals to develop a schedule
that worked for MITRE, her customers, and the little people around
her dinner table.
Call to Duty
Called to duty twice in the last three years, Joe Morrissey discusses
his work as a reservist in the Massachusetts Air National Guard.
Teacher Finds a Home at MITRE
Educating colleagues and customers on the benefits of enterprise architectures
is second nature to John Anderson.
Next Generation of Integrated Simulations
Working on-site with customers in Orlando, Florida, Rob Wittman is
supporting the OneSAF program, the Army's next generation, composable,
entity-based simulation system.
the Unseen: Using Image Processing to Tackle the Unknown
Sherry Olson has spent her career using hyperspectral image processing
to view the invisible world—leading projects that have tackled
medical mysteries, identified environmental hazards, and even helped
work crews at Ground Zero.
Knowledge with the World
Michael McLaughlin, who supports a program that helps the FAA keep
the GPS strong and healthy, is known worldwide for his award-winning
software programs, which he shares for free.
MITRE Support to the Fifth Military Service
Bruce Miller, former Naval officer and systems engineer, is bringing
the sum of his knowledge together as he leads the drive to develop
an Enterprise Architecture for a changing Coast Guard.
Keeping staff informed about current events in the homeland security
field is Susan Gogos' primary goal for the Homeland Security Newsletter.
Jason Bruzdzinski has turned an interest in international policy into
a career analyzing Chinese security issues. He specializes in helping
the government develop innovative ways to get hard-to-find information
from foreign sources.
Fort Hood Perspective
Relocating to Fort Hood allowed Stephen Whitson to continue to support
his Army customers and satisfy a family need to be back in Texas.