First-Rate Career, Second Time Around for Working Mom
Juggling a career and motherhood isn't easy, but Carole Mahoney seamlessly blends her dual roles at MITRE. She is an associate department head for a team of software engineers, and she also serves as technical leader for a military community of interest.
Modeling a "Green" Effort
CAASD's Gene Lin is using his modeling and simulation expertise to find ways to safely adjust planes' flight paths around airports to reduce fuel consumption.
Supporting Warfighter Communications at Shaw AFB
From his office at MITRE's Shaw AFB site, Greg Tavarez provides airborne communications, network communications, and systems engineering assistance to his customer, the U.S. Air Force Central Command (AFCENT).
Healthcare IT's Future Is Now
As a principal health information technology consultant for MITRE's Center for Transforming Health, Joy Keeler's focus is on improving healthcare IT and promoting public-private collaborations that will benefit the entire healthcare system.
Acquisitions as a Career Choice
Analyst Su Chang works from within MITRE's Economic and Decision Analysis Center (EDAC) to provide her DoD customers with assistance in contracts, acquisition, cost/price analysis, finance and budgeting, and program management.
Supporting Naval Aviation from Lexington Park
As head of MITRE's Naval Aviation Systems Department and located in Lexington Park, Carl Reiber provides a variety of technological and programmatic support to his customer, the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR).
A Career in Federal Systems Acquisition
MITRE's Homeland Security Systems Engineering and Development Institute helps the government save money by making acquisition processes more efficient. Systems engineer Dennis R. Copeland talks about his work in the new FFRDC and his 40 years in federal systems operations and development.
Putting Signal Processing to Work in the National Airspace
Rob Strain's work in aircraft communications is contributing to air safety by providing a plane's location in the air to air traffic controllers and other aircraft in the area.
Engineering the Enterprise at DHS
As part of the new Homeland Security Systems Engineering and Development Institute (HS SEDI™), Paul Colman is helping DHS evolve many aspects of its information technology infrastructure.
Software Engineer Chooses Taiwan
From his office halfway across the world, MITRE's Scott Jacobs has spent the last couple of years in Taipei assisting Taiwanese officials with the modernization of their air traffic management systems, including the communication, navigation, and surveillance systems.
Helping the Air Force Plan for the Future
From his office at MITRE's Fort Walton Beach site Eugene Turnbaugh uses his expertise in airborne networking to support his customer, the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), in its efforts to develop a strategic plan for future technical capabilities.
Teaching Safety Management Systems Worldwide
An expert in air traffic control, MITRE's Bruce Killian has helped develop and teach courses in safety management systems to aviation officials from around the world.
A BRAC Opportunity: Part Two
Rich Czernik's career has spanned several fields and locations—the latest evolution has him at MITRE's Aberdeen Proving Ground site where he supports his sponsor's efforts to optimize their research, development, and technology investments.
A BRAC Opportunity: Part One
The eventual closing of our Fort Monmouth site gave Kathy Flood the opportunity to relocate and help get MITRE's new site at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds up and running.
A Focus on Group Motivation
When disaster strikes, effective emergency response planning is critical. MITRE lead behavioral scientist Jill Egeth is investigating ways to increase public compliance with government directives during emergencies.
A Career on Key
By blending his computer science background with his emerging interest in behavioral modeling, MITRE's Steve Scott sees opportunities to expand government agencies' capacity to respond to major events.
Finding Her Niche
Working at Bolling AFB has given MITRE's Belinda Edwards many opportunities to immerse herself in the projects and priorities of the Defense Intelligence Analysis Center.
It All Adds Up
CEM's David Hollis uses his accounting and systems engineering skills to help his government and civilian agency customers carry out their expanding missions more efficiently and effectively.
Helping the Army Apply New Technology
As a systems architect for MITRE's Battle Command Systems Engineering Department, Dave Polete takes new technology the Army hasn't used before and finds a way to apply it.
Software Initiatives Lead to Tangible Results
MITRE's Rob McCready led the development of Project Laika, a free, open-source software that evaluates the import and export of electronic health record data, outlines areas where it meets existing standards, and identifies specific areas of improvement.