Christopher Stuttgart, Germany +49.170.639.9900 Eanes firstname.lastname@example.org Summary of Qualifications » Over 17 years of DoD enterprise experience, managing and supporting large-scale IT systems and networks in geographical y dispersed operating environments » Proven management capacity as the hub manager of the global DIA satel ite teleports and as deputy chief and technical lead of the systems team at the Pacific TNOSC » Progressive experience at al standard levels of IT service and support: tier 1 (customer support), tier 2 (administration), tier 3 (engineering), and tier 4 (external consultant) » Enterprise technical lead and SME in multiple disciplines (both systems and networks) » Current CISSP, Security+, and CCNA for DoD 8570 baseline certifications; former MCSE, CCNP, and GVF Advanced VSAT Instal er » Received an individual commendation as a member of the DIA Director’s Team in 2009 Clearance & Certifications » Top Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information Clearance (TS/SCI), JUN2012 » (ISC)2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), 496990 » CompTIA Security+ CE, COMP001020387295 » Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), CSCO11297686 Education » BS Information Technology: Information Assurance and Security, 2017 (GPA: 4.0) » AAS Computer Networking Technology, 1999 Work History 08.2015 Senior Staff Support Engineer ↑ HQ USAFRICOM J656 01.2008 Satel ite Systems Engineer, Hub Manager ↑ Defense Intel igence VSAT Network (DIVN), DIA 02.2006 Enterprise Architect ↑ 03.2005 311th Signal Command Theater Architecture Office (TAO) ↑ Senior Systems Engineer 08.2001 PACAF Communications & Information Systems (SC) Engineering ↑ Systems Engineer 06.1999 Pacific Theater Network Operations and Security Center (TNOSC) ↑ Systems Administrator, Response Team 04.1999 15th Communications Squadron Network Control Center (NCC) ಠ_ರರ
Systems Instal er Naval Construction Forces: Seabees, Makalapa Experience 03.31.2015 Senior Satel ite Systems Engineering Manager 01.01.2008 Defense Intel igence VSAT Network (DIVN) Defense Intel igence Agency (DIA) Employer: Northrop Grumman and CACI International Address: 7575 Colshire Drive, McLean, VA 22102 Supervisor: Bryan Tanouye, 1.808.295.9234
» Managed and maintained multi-region, Viasat Linkstar hubs and their associated systems and equipment at the global earth station teleports for the Defense Intel igence VSAT Network. » Administered a physical and virtual (VMWare) research lab that mimicked the operational Active Directory environment to evaluate and integrate emerging technologies, enhance existing systems and methodologies, and advance the evolution of the DIVN program. » Developed requirements and engineered solutions to support DIA network communications over satel ite architectures for intel igence missions in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and throughout the Pacific. » Performed satel ite link budgeting and path loss analysis to estimate end-to-end system performance as wel as technical evaluation of space-segment service proposals and satel ite transponder frequency plans. » Provided Tier 3 network and radio frequency (RF) support to terrestrial communication nodes and data networks in austere and hazardous environments. » Maintained the physical network infrastructure: two core routers, 4 distribution routers, hundreds of access routers with switch modules, sidewinder and ASA firewal s. » Monitored network component data flow integrity between the hub facilities, secure enclaves, and remote terminals; optimized network throughput and al ocated satel ite bandwidth in accordance with DIA policy. » Performed COMSEC custodian duties (OTAR, DTD) for HAIPE cryptographic devices at Makalapa (JICPAC/JIOC) and the Fort Shafter Flats (INOC). Managed secure enclaves utilizing KG-175A, KG-175D, KG- 175E, and KG-250 via GEMS. » Coordinated logistics and shipping for deployment and recovery of remote terminals; responsible for the inventory and storage of al equipment housed in multiple, geographical y disperse, storage facilities. » Conducted eEye Retina scans, mitigated IAVA vulnerabilities, and provided monthly executive summaries and remediation reports to IA personnel. » Drafted and maintained the technical text and network diagrams for the development of project and test documentation, program CONOPS, and SSAA (SSP) for ATOs. » Established satel ite communications and provided on-site support at the Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), Kauai for Operation Burnt Frost. » Supported customers as an on-site SME for VSAT operations. » Directly supported the MARFORPAC G2 infrastructure upgrade project: ran and terminated Ethernet, fiber, and coax throughout their office-space and new datacenter. Created a make-shift butt-set and mapped/migrated phone lines at the 110 punch block. Reconfigured their Microsoft Hyper-V environment to support their desktop virtualization.
Theater Network Integration Office (TNIO), 516th Signal Brigade e
Theater Architecture Office (TAO), 311th Signal Command Architect
Supervisor: Dave Mil ard, TAO Chief, 1.808.258.4532 » » Provided Tier 4 systems engineering support for future technologies at the Theater Network Integration Office (TNIO) as an on-site Del consultant. » Provided project management services for the US Army Pacific (USARPAC) enterprise IT architecture at the Theater Architecture Office as the lead systems engineer supporting the fol owing enterprise-wide integration and implementation efforts:
Active Directory Forest consolidation
Strategic and tactical networks amalgamation
Continuity of Operations (COOP) development
Server virtualization and clustering
Cognos repository for data mining and trend analysis
Enterprise storage area network (SAN) centralized management
Enterprise trouble ticketing system migration (Remedy to Altiris)
Enterprise standard baseline PC image based on DISA Gold standards » Drafted and maintained the enterprise systems roadmap depicting the logical layout of al systems and software utilized in the Pacific to monitor the evolving enterprise and efficiently track the merging of the strategic and tactical networks. » Managed the life-cycle of enterprise systems and their supporting infrastructure via POM projections for hardware, software, and support budgeting purposes. » » 01.31.20 » Senior Systems Engineer 06 » Pacific Air Force (PACAF) SCXE » 03.01.20 » PACAF C&I (Communication & Information) 05 » Employer: SMF Systems Technology (SMFST) » Address: 2551 San Ramon Val ey Blvd, San Ramon, CA 94583 » Supervisor: Alan Hil , Engineering Lead, 1.808.216.9180 » » Transferred within the company to replace a lead engineer that left in the middle of an enterprise-wide Active Directory and Exchange 2003 deployment. » Migrated a multi-site Exchange 5.5 organization to Exchange 2003 (with Navindra Singh, Sam Bingner, and Steve Head), which affected approximately 60,000 Exchange mailboxes and over 800,000 global address list contacts. » Instal ed a large-scale lab at the PACAF Network Operations Security Center (NOSC) that mimicked the operating environment to finalize the migration strategy, fine tune the software images, and create the supporting documentation. » Reconfigured the EMC Symmetrix storage area networks (SAN) to enable a leap-frog migration for minimal impact to the end-user. » Authored the disaster recovery migration strategy to implement Legato NetWorker in conjunction with the new Exchange 2003 infrastructure instal ation. » » 02.28.2005 ಠ_ರರ
» 08.01.20 » Systems Engineer 01 » Theater Network Operations and Security Center (TNOSC) » 516th Signal Brigade, United States Army, Pacific (USARPAC) » Employer: SMF Systems Technology (SMFST) » Address: 2551 San Ramon Val ey Blvd, San Ramon, CA 94583 » Supervisor: Tom Kandler, Contracting Site Lead, 1.808.382.8706 » Acted as the technical lead and deputy chief for the Systems Team, comprised of 14 enterprise systems administrators responsible for the servers and systems that support the 20k users in the USARPAC enterprise of responsibility (EOR). » Supported the migration from NT4 to Active Directory and Exchange 2003 and maintained an active administrative role in the post-migration production environment (primary support technician for Exchange 2003). » Performed day-to-day, Tier 3 administration of the NT4 domain and Exchange 5.5 organization pre- migration (primary support technician for Exchange 5.5). » Completed an enterprise-wide conversion to DHCP from static IP addressing utilizing custom scripting (approximately 12k machines). » Technical lead for the Altiris Client Management Suite implementation (Notification and Deployment Servers); 18 servers and 17k agents/clients. » Technical lead for the NetIQ AppManager and AppAnalyzer deployment throughout the theater to monitor al servers and services provided at each of the six geographic sites.
Systems Administrator 01
Network Control Center, 15th Communications Squadron
Address: 1651 Old Meadow Road, McLean, Virginia 22102
Supervisor: Donald Waner, 1.808.220.7601 » Supported the Hickam Base Area Network (HBAN) at a Tier 1 level as a member of the Computer Response Team and a Tier 2 level in the Server Operators group. » Provided on-site PC support to the end-user and training to Help Desk and Response Team personnel. Tracked progress via trouble tickets on the Remedy Action Request System. » Hired for the migration from Novel to Microsoft, end-state responsibilities included the management of the Exchange 5.5 site, the local NT4 domain, and the Veritas BackupExec disaster recovery solution. » Upgraded al core servers to larger platforms, consolidating the server footprint by 50%, reducing the overal administration, management, and support costs of the network. » Technical lead of the AUTODIN to DMS (Defense Messaging System) migration.
Address: 2551 San Ramon Val ey Blvd, San Ramon, CA 94583
Supervisor: Self ಠ_ರರ
» Performed turn-key contract work as the technical lead to replace 300 workstations configured with a custom baseline image at the Pacific Fleet SeaBees HQ. » Created a hardware independent baseline image and deployed it to each system using ImageCast over a private local area network (LAN) setup within their storage facility. » Migrated user data to the new machines and proceed to push the image to the newly replaced workstations for additional redistribution on their 10base2 network. » Contract was slated for four individuals, work was completed solo.