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Sierra Vista, Arizona, United States
October 30, 2016

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Wayne Seth MSc MBA


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Sierra Vista, AZ 85635


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Skype ID: wayne.seth11


Mr. Seth is an experienced Enterprise Architect and Project Manager with twenty years in computer system management, network administration, applications development, and utilizing numerous platforms. He holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration and a Masters Degree in Engineering. He is a Professional Project Manager (PMP), Certified Enterprise Architect (DODAF), Certified TOGAF Architect, Certified SOA Professional, Information Technology Infrastructure Library ITIL, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Red Hat Linux Certified Technician (RHCT), and a Novell Enterprise Certified Novell Engineer (ECNE). Mr. Seth is certified by the Object Management Group (OMG) in Advanced Unified Modeling Language (UML). Mr. Seth has taught formal classes in many of the hardware and software areas in which he maintains his expertise.

Education and Training

UPDM on-line course - MagicDraw, 7/24/2015

Advanced IBM Rational System Architect, V11.3 (QB106), 2010

Master Cert, Project Management, Villanova, Villanova PA, 2006 DoDAF Enterprise Architect – Washington DC – FEAC 2005 M.B.A., University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ, 2/29/1992.

M.S., Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, 8/25/1976.

B.S., Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 8/15/1974.


CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (in progress)

Certified UPDM with MagicDraw (2015)

Certified Cloud Professional (#097120 Arcitura™) (2014)

CompTIA Security + (2013)

Certified SOA Design & Architecture (#097120 Arcitura™) (2012)

Certified SOA Professional (#097120 Arcitura™) (2012)

IBM Certified SOA Solution Designer (#SR7168482) 2011

IBM Certified SOA Associate (#SR7168482) 2011

IBM Certified Solution Designer - Rational System Architect: BPMN Emphasis 2011

Information Technology Infrastructure Library ITIL (#00020389) 2011

Open Group TOGAF Certified (Foundation) (#35930) 2011

OMG-Certified UML (Advanced) Professional (#230669219) 2009

OMG-Certified UML (Intermediate) Professional (#230378868) 2009

OMG-Certified UML (Fundamental) Professional (#230083476) 2009

Project Management Professional (#659694) 2005

Certified Master Project Manager (Villanova) 2005

Certified Troux Architect 2005

Certified DoDAF Enterprise Architect 2005

Certified Red Hat Technician (#608************) 2003

Certified System Administrator DISA Level I 2001

Certified UNIX System Administrator 2001

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (#43472) 1997

Microsoft Certified Professional–Visual Basic, Access 1996

Novell Enterprise CNE (#6434356) 1995

Professional Experience

Senior Enterprise Architect 5/4/2015 – 8/14/2015, Fort Meade, MD

B&D Consulting

As an enterprise architect, Wayne was assigned to the Enterprise Operations Centers (EOC/Joint Information Environment (JIE) Management Network (JMN). The team was responsible for Cyber Situational Awareness Analytic Cloud (CSAAC), Cyber Security Reference Architecture (CS RA)-Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS) gaps, Mission Partner Environment (MPE), and Commercial Solution for Classified (CSfC) or C2 relationship with commercial vendors. The tools used were Magic Draw UPDM, Excel and Word (extensively)

Enterprise Architect 6/16/2014– 11/21/2014, Quantico, VA


The Marines (and Navy) have decided to manage their own infrastructure. Prior to this NMCI was the “owner” and manager. Wayne provided enterprise architectural leadership and support the USMC. During the 7 months he was there he developed several ConOps and SOPs for the operations sections of MCNOSC. The tools used were Excel and Word (extensively).

Lead Enterprise Architect 11/6/2013 – 3/24/2014, Quantico, VA ProSol LLC

The Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Staff Training Program (MSTP), based in Quantico Virginia, provides training in MAGTF operations across the range of military operations, within the context of a Joint and/or Combined Task Force environment, to improve the warfighting skills of senior commanders and their staffs. The MAGTF Tactical Warfare Simulation (MTWS) system is the centerpiece of that program. Mr. Seth was the lead architect designing a major upgrade to that system.

Enterprise Architect, 10/29/2012 – 8/23/2013, Albany, GA


The US Marine Corps Logistics Base requires a security based enterprise architect to maintain and implement applications residing on the USMC Global network. Mr. Seth has assumed that classified role. The tools used were MS Visio (extensively), Excel, and Word.

Enterprise Architect, 4/22/2011 – 10/29/2012, Sierra Vista, AZ


For the last year Mr. Seth has taken a sabbatical of sorts to hone his skills as an enterprise architect. During his last engagement, he was exposed to System Oriented Architecture and decided that he needed SOA to complete his skill set. As a result, he accumulated several certifications in the SOA and BPM realm during this time. He is now actively pursuing employment on a full time basis in order to put that new knowledge to use.

Enterprise Architect, 2/7/2011 – 4/22/2011, Norfolk, VA


The Naval support division, SPAWAR, is redesigning/restructuring the software systems required to administer the maintenance/supply effort for the aircraft of the US Navy. Mr. Seth produced a high level, DoDAF 2.0 compliant enterprise architecture for the consolidation/restructure of the NALCOMIS software system to administer the maintenance/supply effort supporting tactical aircraft for the US Navy. The tools used were Sparx Enterprise Architect version 8 with DoDAF add-on, MS Visio, and MS Office. Shortly after Mr. Seth joined the effort, the budget for the project was restructured and Mr. Seth was laid off.

Enterprise Architect Team Lead 7/26/2010 –10/22/2010 Fort Knox, KY


The Human Resources Command of Army G-6 has consolidated its operations at Fort Knox Kentucky under BRAC. Although Mr. Seth was originally hired to lead HRC’s architecture effort, the government staff had other organizational plans. Mr. Seth was put on leave of absence from SAIC awaiting redeployment. During the downtime involved, working with a team of technical and functional experts, Mr. Seth developed an operational architecture for a system to monitor the Federal telework initiative. The tools used were IBM Rational System Architect, MS Visio, and MS Office.

Enterprise Architect, 1/2/2009 – 4/14/ 2010 Fort Huachuca, AZ

L3 Global Security and Engineering Solutions

The Architecture Integration & Management Directorate (AIMD) of TRADOC has the mission of creating and integrating the enterprise architectures of the US Army. To accomplish this mission, AIMD has established Architecture Integration Cells (AIC) at all the major army forts. He was a member of the AIC located in the

Army Intelligence School at Ft Huachuca. Mr. Seth served as a member of the AIC in the Army Intelligence School at Ft Huachuca. He was the principle architect for Geospatial-Intelligence (GEOINT). The tools used were IBM Rational System Architect, Sparx Enterprise Architect, MS Visio, and MS Office.

Senior Systems Engineer, 08/18/2008-09/3/2008 Fort Huachuca, AZ Cherokee Technologies Inc.

At the Army’s Enterprise Systems Technology Activity (ESTA), Mr. Seth contributed to a team producing a concept of operations document (CONOPS) describing the Global Network Services Center concept of the Army’s enterprise network. The tools used were IBM Rational System Architect, MS Visio, and MS Office.

Project Manager, 06/11/2007 to 08/12/2008, Fort Huachuca, AZ

NewTec LLC

At Electronic Proving Grounds (EPG) in Ft Huachuca (one of ATEC’s family of test facilities), Mr. Seth collaborated on testing the software controlled Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) radio for the Future Combat Systems (FCS) program. He provided test planning, engineering, and test documentation including Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP), test scenarios, test execution, interim and final test reporting. The tools used were MS Access database system, MS Visio, MS Office, and MS Project. Also used were the EPG proprietary tools “Starship”, The Command Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Test Toolkit (CTTK), and “Test Talk”

Proposal Manager, 06/5/2006 to 03/1/2007, Providence, RI HCH Enterprises, LLC.

Lead a team in developing Information Technology Infrastructure Services (network management and security, data center, service desk) proposal for Army Research Laboratory performance based contract. The tools used were MS Visio, and MS Office.

Technical Program Manager, 02/13/2006 – 08/1/2006 Phoenix, AZ Ian, Evan, & Alexander Corp.

Mr. Seth prepared Basis of Estimate narratives for technical work scope involving hardware and software design related to Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS Cluster 5) tactical radio. Wayne was responsible for Waveform Software and Test and Evaluation estimates. He worked as a Cost Account Manager using General Dynamics’s proprietary Cost, Schedule System Report (CSSR)/Earned Value System, Cost Volume Proposals, and technical proposal preparation. Wayne gained experienced with the software development estimating tools CoStar, COCOMO II, SEER-SEM, and MS Office.

Proposal Manager, 04/25/2005-07/29/2005, Fort Huachuca, AZ

Integrated Systems Improvement Solutions Inc. (ISIS)

Mr. Seth functioned as the manager of a team preparing a bid proposal for CSLA Futures Team. RFP was cancelled. Tools used were MS Project, MS Visio, and MS Office.

Enterprise Architect, 04/12/2004–04/11/2005, Fort Huachuca, AZ

SRA International Inc.

The 9th Army Signal Command (NETCOM/9th ASC) has the mission to operate, manage, and defend (OMD) the Army’s communication network. Mr. Seth was a member of the Enterprise Systems Technology Activity (ESTA) team assigned to accomplish the design/redesign of the systems in place to accomplish that mission. Mr. Seth was an Enterprise Systems Technology Activity (ESTA/NETCOM/9thArmySig) architecture team member engineering the redesign of the Army wide infrastructure (Global Information Grid). He functioned as both an enterprise architect and an architecture modeler. ESTA proposed to produce a "template" for other agencies and commands to follow in order that all Army architectures be consistent with the Net Centric model. Tools used were IBM Rational System Architect, Troux, MS Visio, and MS Office.

Enterprise Architecture Team Lead, 09/8/2003–11/25/2003, Fort Huachuca, AZ Signal Solutions Inc.

Mr. Seth was manager overseeing fourteen (14) professionals preparing to perform an enterprise architecture study for Army Material Command. His principal role was to prepare FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation) compliant documentation (Subtask Orders) for the team for several efforts that the team was assigned to and acquire government authorization for those efforts.

JITC Test Lab Manager. 07/2001–08/29/2003, Fort Huachuca, AZ Electronic Warfare Associates Inc.

Mr. Seth oversaw the UNIX Kernel Testing component of the DII-COE effort. He managed and coordinated the efforts of the Joint Interoperability Test Command to test and certify various UNIX and Linux (Redhat) vendors to supply UNIX hardware and software systems to the military.

Program Manager, 3/12/2001–04/16/2001, Cheyenne, WY

OAO Corp

Mr. Seth provided consulting direction and guidance to 15 help desk, network management, installation, configuration, and information security staff. Under his direction, the technical staff was acquired, trained, and developed the network operating procedures for Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne Wyoming. Tools used were MS Office and MS Visio.

Site Coordinator/Project Manager, 06/22/1998 10/30/2000 Fort Huachuca, AZ

FC Business Systems LLC

Mr. Seth was project manager/site manager staffing, training, and managing the US Army's central Network System and Operation Center (ANSOC). Beginning with a staff of 28 and finally ending with 120, his technical support activities included 24x7 Help Desk, integrating and deploying an HP-Open View/Tivoli/and Remedy trouble ticket system, deploying a Symantec Intrusion Detection System, development of a global CISCO network management team, development of a UNIX/Microsoft server administration team, development of a stand-alone UNIX/Microsoft training-test lab, development of implementation of a CD Juke Box system, and development of a security system for the Army Signal Command's Website.

VB Instructor (part-time), 09/1996–06/1998, Phoenix, AZ

Gateway Community College

Mr. Seth team-taught several Visual Basic 4 and Visual Basic 5 advanced courses covering Integrated

Development Environment, ActiveX, Object-Oriented Features, Data Access, Internet Controls, API Functions, and Multimedia.

Project Manager/Senior Consultant, 12/1995–06/1998, Phoenix, AZ

Raymond James Consulting

Mr. Seth served as the RJC internal network/system administrator for the Phoenix office. He administered an MS Exchange 5.0 system and a Visual Basic/MS SQL 6.5 database system tracking RJC employees and candidates. He also worked on several systems analysis and software development contracts involving VB, Access, and MS Project. One project involved the analysis of two business systems for potential integration. Mr. Seth gained experience using MS Project along with MS Office.

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