Thank you for taking the time to review my qualifications. My resume is segmented into three sections; a one-page summary, a one-page skills assessment and a two page job history.
I have an extensive background in IT management, system architecture, data center management, software development, database management, configuration management, LAN/WAN and network administration, training, network security and over 40 years of experience. I have a current full BI clearance with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
I am an expert at VBA... I have developed VBA addins in excess of 40,000 lines of VBA code including public functions all accessible directly from any workbook. The public subroutines are all accessible from a customized ribbon including multi-level menus, drop downs and buttons. The ribbon has also been developed to support context or role based presentation where the users ribbon will self adjust based upon their needs. My addins are also certificate signed and will work in a secure environment as required by the STIGs.
I am a hands-on technical system and software architect/engineer with an extremely diverse technical background covering database administration (MySQL, DB2, Oracle, SQL Server, Ingres, Adabas, RDB, Access), LAN/WAN administration (Windows, Unix, Linux), network security (F5, Cisco PIX, Checkpoint Firewalls), software development (VB, JAVA and C), Powershell scripting, multi-site networking (routers, switches, hubs), data center design and operations.
I have complete data center operational experience including 24x7x365 operations, electrical, AC, UPS, generator, networking, help desk, monitoring and break-fix. I have experience with multiple distributed data centers containing over 5,000 servers.
I have the combined knowledge of with certifications in MCSE, MCDBA, CCNA, CISSP and MCSD. I am extremely familiar with all versions of Windows, Unix, and Linux operating systems. I have a complete understanding of all server applications like:
DNS, DHCP, LDAP, FTP, VPN, VNC, Terminal Services, Performance Monitor, Active Directory
Windows Server, HPUX, Sun, Linux (RedHat)
ServiceNow, SDM, Tivoli, Vantive, Service Center, Remedy, Exchange 2000
I have both VB, C and some Java development experience, which include projects like:
Accessing DB2, Oracle, SQL Server, and Access databases via Jet, ADO, RDO, JDBC and ODBC
Voice recognition (VBVoice), Application to application communications via sockets
System tray applications
VBA Office integration (Word, Excel), Office Add-ins
I have an extensive background in networking and security with experience in:
Network Protocols: TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, NetBeui, OSPF, HSRP, BGP
LAN Communications: Hubs (Managed and Unmanaged), Switches, Wireless Bridges
Routers (Cisco), Local Directors (Cisco)
Firewalls (F5, CISCO PIX, Checkpoint), Intrusion Detection (RealSecure)
I have an extensive background in the management, administration and customization of Configuration Management applications:
HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), HP Quality Center (QC)
HP Quick Test Professional (QTP), HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT)
Serena Dimensions, ReqPro, RTM
Microsoft System Center, SCCM, SCOM, SCVMM, Orchestrator, VMware, PowerShell
I have developed enterprise policies and standards for both corporate, commercial, and government environments.
My cross functional diagnostic skills allow me to quickly identify, assess and correct a wide variety of problems throughout the entire IT support infrastructure. I was part of Genuity's Disaster Recovery and Crisis Management Team that defined the policies and procedures for disaster recovery for over 3,500 customers provisioned on over 5,000 servers located in 12 data centers nationwide. I’m currently supporting over 15,000 websites, 20,000 databases, and over 35,000 SharePoint sites at multiple VA datacenters.
I established the intrusion detection (ISS/RealSecure) and firewall rules (Checkpoint) for the FAA's ATCSCC (Air Traffic Control System Command Center nationwide private point-to-point network. I supported the FAA technical infrastructure as a senior level Tier-4 (last stop) support engineer.
I am confident that you will not find a more technically qualified individual with enterprise management skills that can perform in multiple technical areas from database design/administration, software development, networking, security and management.
Thank you for considering me,
Mr. Sealock has 40+ years of Information Technology experience. The “Hands On” technical expertise covers Software Engineering, Database Engineering, Network Engineering and Project Management. He has provided technical support for commercial, federal (DOD) and various government / state agencies. While his technical expertise focuses on Microsoft networking, administration and development, he also has significant integration experience with other systems including Unix and Linux.
Mr. Sealock’s Software Development experience includes: full life cycle software development, host to client/server migration, office automation, and rapid prototyping encompassing numerous languages (Visual Studio 2003, Visual Studio 2008, Visual Basic, Java, FORTRAN 77, ADA, C, Pascal, COBOL, RPG, BASIC, MUMPS, MACRO and Assembly) on Windows, Unix and Linux operating systems. Mr. Sealock is also an expert in developing office applications using Visual Basic for Application (VBA) in MS Excel and Outlook.
Mr. Sealock’s Network Engineering experience includes: disaster recovery/planning, facility/data center operations, network communications installation and configuration (PBX, LAN/WAN, routers, switches), multiple routing protocols (OSPF, RIP, BGP, HSRP, IGRP) and network security (IDS (intrusion detection), firewalls configuration (PIX, Checkpoint, Microsoft, and Symantec), multi-floor and multi-building network design/architecture and facility relocation.
Mr. Sealock also has network administration experience utilizing MS Exchange, Active Directory, DHCP, HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and HP Quality Center (QC), HP Quick Test Professional (QTP), HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT), and Serena Dimensions, System Center, SCOM, SCCM, SCVMM, and VMWare.
Mr. Sealock’s Management experience includes: budgeting, cost/benefit analysis, purchasing, inventory, hardware/software technology evaluation, disaster recovery/planning, facility/data center management and operations, quality assurance, configuration management, staff/customer training.
Mr. Sealock’s vast experience has allowed him to provide expertise in multiple areas on the eCustoms Partnership multi-billion dollar project including Network Engineering, Software Development and senior technical management. He was the Sr. System Engineer providing the design and implementation of the Targeting Framework prototype for passenger and cargo vetting for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) National Targeting Center (NTC). After development of the prototype went live, Mr. Sealock transitioned to the lead the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) team providing a complete range of IT services to the NTC. As the Chief Architect, Mr. Sealock was responsible for the design and implementation of the Targeting Framework Prototype which was the principal system used to target, track, research, and monitor all terrorist and criminal activity of both passengers and cargo crossing the US borders. The Targeting Framework has been deployed throughout the entire US and is used by CBP, ICE, Border Patrol, FAM, FBI and USDA.
Mr. Sealock’s project management, technical support, and software development support for Genuity’s Tier 2 eBusiness Web Hosting Systems Support Group included management of over 140 systems support engineers with a budget in excess of $14 million, technical support of over 5,000 web-hosting systems, and software development.
Mr. Sealock provided enterprise wide support in Systems Administration, Network Administration and Software Development for the Enhanced Traffic Management System (ETMS) at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) National Air Traffic System Command Center (ATCSCC) in Herndon, Va. These systems were used to monitor and control all air traffic in the US, Canada, England and Scotland.
Mr. Sealock has provided program management of multiyear contracts valued in excess of $15 million and staffed with over 50 employees and multiple sub-contractors. Responsibilities include: project management for several projects in the DOD and civilian government agency areas; technical direction to all software development programs within the corporation; management and operation of corporate headquarters data center. Management of several multiyear contracts for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration - NASA (approx. $12.5 million), the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration - NHTSA (approx. $3 million), and the United States Coast Guard - USCG (approx. $.5 million).
System/Software Architect Tucker-Rose Associates/Leidos/SMS, Martinsburg, WV
September 2013 to July 2019
Mr. Sealock’s vast experience has allowed him to currently provide expertise in multiple areas to the Enterprise Operations department of Veterans Affairs on the DCAT4/ITSS contract. He is responsible for the design improvement of both new and existing systems. The systems are distributed throughout the five data centers in the U.S to provide the VA with fully redundant systems. He oversees and develops all of the applications used for internal automation and application support.
System administration includes support for Active Directory, MySQL, SqlServer, IIS, Hyper-V, VMWare, System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM), and System Center Orchestrator, WordPress, and Azure (WAP).
Software Development includes applications accessing MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, and MSAccess using Visual Studio and Visual Basic for Applications. The software development languages used are Visual Basic (VBA and VB.Net), SQL, PHP, and PowerShell. He is the leading expert in the development of applications tightly integrated with Microsoft Office Applications using Visual Basic for Applications.
Senior System Engineer T-Rex/Lockheed-Martin, Reston, VA
August 2002 to Janaury 2014
Mr. Sealock’s vast experience has allowed him to provide expertise in multiple areas on the eCustoms Partnership 15 billion dollar project including Network Engineering, Software Development, Configuration Management and senior technical management. He was the Sr. System Engineer providing the design and implementation of the Targeting Framework prototype for passenger and cargo vetting for the DHS National Targeting Center (NTC). As the lead architect, Mr. Sealock was responsible for the design and implementation of the Targeting Framework Prototype which was the principal system used to target, track, research, and monitor all terrorist and criminal activity of both passengers and cargo crossing the US borders. The Targeting Framework has been deployed throughout the entire US and is used by CBP, ICE, Border Patrol, FAM, FBI and USDA. After development of the prototype went operational, Mr. Sealock transitioned to the lead the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) team providing a complete range of IT services to the NTC. After the O&M task was completed, Mr. Sealock transitioned to the CM Tools team where he provided administrative support for all of the applications used in the development lifecycle.
Network Engineering includes installation and configuration of network equipment (routers, switches and firewalls), performance analysis of network operations.
System administration including support for Active Directory, DHCP, Exchange, Lotus, HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), HP Quality Center (QC), HP Quick Test Professional (QTP), HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT), and Serena Dimensions.
Software Development includes applications accessing Oracle and DB2, WebSphere, Domino, Tomkat, Tivoli, Business Objects, and Crystal Reports. The software development languages used are Java and Visual Basic (VB6 and VB.Net). He is the leading expert in the development of applications tightly integrated with Microsoft Office Applications using Visual Basic for Applications. He has used Visual Studio 6, 2003, 2008, 2012.
Manager Tier 2 Systems Support Genuity, Inc., Chantilly, VA
Jan 2001 to November 2001 Telephone: 781-***-****
Supervisor: Ron Rebeiro
Tier 2 eBusiness Web Hosting System Support manager in Chantilly, Va. responsible for the management and technical support of over 5,000 web-hosting servers. Supervision of over 140 network administrators providing 24 x 7 systems support. Responsible for support of over 3,500 customers located within 12 data centers across the U.S. and Europe generating over $1 billion in revenue. Providing management of special projects with Network Operations including web site development, and software development. Responsible for employee performance/salary reviews. The database management systems used are Oracle, MS Access, and SQL Server. The software development languages used are Visual Basic.
Director of Information Systems KENROB and Associates, Inc., Leesburg, VA
July 1987 to January 2001 Telephone: 800-***-****
Supervisor: Bill Mason
Responsible for all corporate software development projects, data center operations, facilities management, training, purchasing, and automation. Provides project management for several projects in the DOD and civilian government agency areas and provides technical direction to all software development programs within the corporation. Recently the project manager for several multiyear contracts for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration - NASA (approx. $12.5 million), the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration - NHTSA (approx. $3 million), and the United States Coast Guard - USCG (approx. $.5 million). Corporate hardware equipment includes: a DEC VAX 4300; IBM compatible PC’s (Pentium, 486, 386) operated in a client/server environment under MS Windows 95, NT, 3.1. The database management systems used are Oracle, RDB, RMS, and dBase III+ & IV. The software development languages used are FORTRAN 77, C, Pascal, and ADA. Networks used are DEC/VAX Pathworks, DECNet, Ethernet, LocalTalk and TOPS.
Recently assigned to the FAA’s National Air Traffic Command Center in Herndon, Va. Mr. Sealock provides technical assistance in network administration, systems development, requirements analysis, and data analysis on the ETMS (Enhanced Traffic Management System). The ETMS projects utilizes multiple platforms to provide real-time information to the FAA’s Air Traffic division for the purpose of controlling, monitoring and scheduling of all aircraft flying within U.S. airspace. The operating systems used are Apollo Domain, HPUX, Unix, Windows NT, 95. The languages used are C, C++, Visual C, Visual Basic.
Senior Systems Engineer Grumman Data Systems, McLean VA
March 1986 to April 1987
Managed several programs developing Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I) systems for multiple branches of the U.S. Armed Services. Applied technical expertise in software engineering, MIL-STD design specifications, high-level languages, high-level systems software, compilers, editors, performance monitors,
C3I applications, hardware/software integration, database management programs. The computer systems used to develop these systems were VAX 11/750, VAX 11/780, VAX 11/785, VAX 8650, VAX 8850, MicroVAX II, Macintosh and IBM PC, XT, AT. The software languages used were FORTRAN 77, ADA, Pascal, and MACRO (Assembly). The database management systems used were Oracle and RMS.
Technical Director of Software Engineering Titan Systems, Inc., Vienna, VA
January 1984 to March 1986
Responsible for the technical lead of all major C3I programs. The programs were developed for multiple branches of the U.S. Armed Services as well as various civilian agencies, all of which were classified at the Top Secret/Codeword level. The programs involved developing software systems for command and control during a post-nuclear war environment and intelligence analysis from satellite communications. The computer systems used to develop these systems were VAX 8600, MicroVAX II, Macintosh and IBM PC, XT, AT. The software languages used were FORTRAN 77, ADA, Pascal, and MACRO (Assembly). The database management systems used were Oracle, Ingres and RMS.
Senior Software Engineer Science Applications International Corp., McLean, VA
December 1981 to January 1984
Command and Control (C2) Applications Software Manager for the Software Integration Group. Managed the system design, implementation, verification and integration of all software produced for the Royal Saudi Naval Facility C2 System. C2 Applications Software Manager for both the Software Engineering Group and the Console Process Application Group. Responsible for all the software integration and documentation in the groups. Software Customer Engineer for the C2 Systems Department, responsible for all departmental interface to the DEC VAX 11/780 computer systems. Designed and implemented a computer-aided software engineering (CASE) system which increased the software development productivity over 30 percent. This system was a major accomplishment and has been installed in several major companies in the Washington-Metro area. The computer systems used to develop the C3I systems were 11 VAX/780’s in a DECNet environment. The graphics workstations used were Ramtek and Idorphor and IBM PC’s were used. Languages used were FORTRAN 77 and C. RMS was the database management system.
Senior Systems Analyst SCS Engineering, Inc., Reston VA
June 1980 to December 1981
Designed and implemented several engineering and environmental projects. These projects consisted of: Environmental Analysis and Topographical Charting of U.S. Waterways, M.I.S., Manpower Allocation Analysis, Electronic Mail, Computer Utilization Analysis, and Automated Structural Engineering Analysis. These systems were developed on an HP 3000 and the languages used were FORTRAN 77 and DAL. The database management systems used were IMAGE.
Senior Programmer/Analyst Dimension, Inc., Reston, VA
December 1976 to June 1980
Designed and implemented systems software consisting of: high-level compilers, system utilities, text editors, and forms management systems. Responsible for producing software consisting of: Accounting, Payroll, Order Entry, and Inventory Control Systems. Designed and implemented the software development standards for all projects. Responsible for training of all new software personnel as well as client personnel enrolled in training seminars. Computer systems used to develop the systems were: IBM System 3, Microdata 1600, Data General Eclipse and Nova, Perkin Elmer 832 and 3220, and Burroughs 1700 and 1800. Languages used were FORTRAN 77, BASIC, COBOL, RPG, DIMPLE, MUMPS and MAP.
Junior Programmer First Federal Savings and Loan, Wash. DC
December 1975 to December 1976
Developed software for various banking and accounting projects on IBM 360, 370, and 3033. Languages used were ALC, COBOL, PL/1, and FORTRAN 77.
HPUX, DEC VAX 8xxx, 4xxx, MicroVAX 3xxx, MicroVAX II, 11/7xx, PC's (Pentium III, II, Pentium Pro, Pentium, 486, 386), Compaq, Dell, Apollo Domain, IBM 3033, 370/168-158-148-135-128, 360/40-30, IBM System 3 Model B & D, IBM Series I; HP 3000 Model III & 44; Perkin-Elmer 832 & 3220; Motorola 6800 and 6809; Microdata 1600/30; Burroughs 1700 & 1800; Convergent Technologies; Data General Eclipse & Nova; IBM 1401, 1130; NCR 100 & 101.
PowerShell, Visual Basic (.net and VBA), Java, ADA, FORTRAN 77, C, C++, Pascal, ALC (IBM Assembly), MACRO (VAX Assembly), COBOL, PL/I, RPG I, II & III, SQL.
MySQL, DB2, SQL Server, DEC VAX/RDB, Oracle, Ingres, Paradox, MS Access, Datatrieve, dBase III+ & IV, RMS, IMAGE
Checkpoint Firewall, Cisco PIX firewall and routers, Local directors, OSPF, BGP, HSRP, IGRP, DEC/VAX Pathworks, DECNet, Windows NT, Novell Netware, 3Com, LocalTalk, AppleTalk, TOPS, TCP/IP, Ethernet, RS232, RS423, 1000BaseT, 100BaseT, 10BaseT, 10Base2 (Cat. 3 10mbit/sec, Cat 5 100mbit/sec), FDDI (Fiber Optic, gigabit), AUI, Token-ring.
Microsoft Windows (all versions thru Server 2016), Exchange 5.5 & 2000, DNS, DHCP, FTP Server, VPN Access, IIS, Telnet, Terminal Services, VNC, PC Anywhere, Linux, Unix (HPUX, SUN), Ghost, Ignite.
System Center (SCOM, SCCM, SCVMM, Scorch), Websphere, Domino, Tomkat, Business Objects, Crystal Reports, MS Office, Word Perfect, WP Presentations, PageMaker, FrameMaker, Lotus 123, Visio, MS Project, Norton Desktop, PCTools, Deltek, Vantive, Clearcase, HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and HP Quality Center (QC), HP Quick Test Professional (QTP), HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT), and Serena Dimensions.
Professional Development Courses
Learning Tree International
MCSE - Microsoft Windows NT Server/Workstation, 40 hours
MCSE - TCP/IP Internetworking, 40 hours
MCSD - Visual Basic, 40 hours
CCNA - Troubleshooting Cisco Routers/Internetworks, 40 hours
Yourdon-DeMarco Structured Analysis and System Specifications, 40 hours
Caine-Farber-Gordon Structured Design, 40 hours
Oracle Database Design and Development, Oracle Corporation, 80 hours
Digital Equipment Corporation
DEC VAX/VMS - Internals I, II, III; System Management I, II; VaxCluster System Management; System Performance and Management; System Security; Utilizing VMS FORTRAN/Macro; Programming DECNet; Network Management. (11 weeks)
Agency: VA, Clearance: Full BI, Granted: 2013/2018, Status: Active
Agency: DHS/CBP, Clearance: Full BI Level 2, Granted: 2002, 2007, 2013, Status: Active
Agency: DOD/USAF, Clearance: Top Secret/SCI, Granted 1982, Status: Expired 1987
Agency: DOD/USAF, Clearance: Secret, Granted 1982, Status: Expired 1987
Clarke County High School, 1975, diploma
Computer Learning Center, 1975-1976, Information Technology
Learning Tree International, 1987-2001, MCSE, MCSA, CCNA