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Fairfax, VirginiA


  • Have over twenty years of combined software/system development and management experience.
  • Substantial knowledge and experience in the following technologies and industries: Web Services, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Cloud Computing/Migration, Big Data, Hardware/Software Virtualization, XML gateway, Network appliances, Open - source development, Legacy System Modernization, XML, BPEL, Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Information Assurance, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Business Intelligence (BI), ETL, B2B Integration, Enterprise Architecture, J2EE Application Server, Message-Oriented Middleware, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Resource Management (CRM), Supply Chain Management, Financial, DoD, and Intelligence Community.
  • Well verse in applying various design patterns, UML, and refactoring techniques to software design using agile development best practice.
  • Have an extensive experience and knowledge in strategic planning and total management of a company’s software development lifecycle and disciplined process, from feasibility analysis and conceptual design, implementation and user training through product marketing for a complete commercial product rollout.
  • Have a multi-hat market-driven leadership skill that utilities a hands-on approach and a “can-do” attitude, accustomed to finding solutions while having limited resources and aggressive schedules.
  • Have a proven track record of delivering large, cost effective, technically complex projects on schedules.
  • Possess business acumen, technical abilities, and a keen sense of awareness of the industries.
  • Have excellent verbal and written communication, cross-functional project management, team building, and people development skills.


Open Source Framework: Apache, Hadoop, HBase, JBoss, Spring, Hibernate, JPA, CXF, AXIS DWR, JSONLib, ExtJS, DOJO, JQuery, Prototype, MyFaces, JIRA,

Web Services Standard: WSDL/SOAP, WADL, JAX-WS (JSR 109), JAX-B, JAX-RS (JSR 311), WS-Addressing, WS-MetadataExchange, UDDI, WS-Policy, MTOM, BPEL, BPMN, BPEL4People, SAML, XACML, WS-Security, WSRM, WS-Reliability, WS-Notification, WS-Eventing, WSDM, WS-RP, WMS, WFS, WCS

Web Services Framework and ESB: Axis2, CXF, Jersey, RestEasy, WSDP, WCF, JbossWS, Mule, ServiceMix, Datapower, Oracle Fusion

XML Gateway Appliances: DataPower (XS40, XA35, XI50 and XI52), Layer7, Reactivity, Cisco ACE, Blue Coat’s ProxySG.

Load Balancer Appliances: F5 BIG-IP, Kemp LoadMaster, Cisco ACE

Cloud Computing: Amazon Web Services, EMC Atmos Cloud Delivery Platform, Google Cloud Platform, VMware vCloud Suite.

Business Process Management: JBoss JBPM, webMethods, Oracle Fusion, Informatica ActiveVos

Business Rule Engine: JESS, Drools, JRule, ILog

Markup Languages: HTML, DHTML, XHTML, XML, GML, KML, XSD, DTDs, DOM, SAX, StAX, XPath, XSL, XSLT, XQuery.

Web Development: Angular.js, Node.js, DOJO, JQuery, JSON, JSONlib, Sencha Ext-JS, JSP, JSF (ADF, Tomahawk, Openface), MyFaces, Facelets, Portlets, JBoss SEAM, WSRP, Spring MVC, Spring Web Flow, GWT

Mobil Development: Android, HTML5, Sencha Touch

Security framework/standard: oAuth, Shiboleth, Central Authentication Service, Spring Security (ACEGI), RSA Cryptosystem, and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Phaos’ SSLAVA, and JAAS

Federated Identity Management: Microsoft Active Directory Services, RedHat Directory Service, OpenLDAP

DBMS: Oracle, DB2, UDB, MySQL, MS SQL Server, MS Access

NoSQL: MongoDB, Oracle NoSQL

Design Tools/Methodologies: XMLSpy, MapForce, Stylus Studio, Liquid XML Studio, IBM RSM, IBM RDA, IBM WBM, TOAD, UML, design patterns, DoDAF (C4ISR), and Telelogic DoDAF, TOGAF

Biometric Standards and Systems: NIST, NIEM, EBTS, NCIC, Nlets, CJIS IAFIS, NGI, MorphoBis, MorophoTrak, Aware Nistpack,

Enterprise Architecture Framework: Service-Oriented Architecture, Federal Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, TOGAF, and Zachman

Middleware: Microsoft Transaction Server, JTS/JTA, BEA Tuxedo, JBoss, BEA WLS, Websphere, JBoss MQ, Oracle AQ, ActiveMQ, MQSeries, MSMQ, JMS, IBM HostBridge

Languages/Compilers And Development Tools: Eclipse, IntelliJ, IBM RAD, JDeveloper, Android Studio, Java, Groovy, Perl, Gradle, Maven, Ant, Anthill, Hudson, Jenkins, JUnit, JMock, DBUnit, Fiddler, HTTPWatch, Splunk, LogLogic, Selenium, JLogger, AspectJ, EJB 3, Code Collaborator, Agitar, FindBugs, HP Fortify, JMeter, C/C++, IDL, WSDL, JAVAScript, VBScript, Perl, GNU compilers, Perforce, Subversion, GIT, IBM Clearcase, Dimension, Rally, VersionOne, etc.

Software Engineering Standards and Best Practice: SEI CMMi, ISO 9001, Agile and Test Driven Development (TDD), FBI System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) process.


Chief Architect, Confidential, Fairfax, Virginia

Confidential is the owner of Confidential that provides premier strategic IT consulting services to fortune 500, large government system integrators, and government agencies in the following areas: Cloud Computing/Migration, Service-Oriented Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Information and Process Integration and Management, Business Intelligence, Knowledge and Content Management, and Information Assurance (IA)/Security, and Custom Software Development. Some of the Advanced TranTech’s clients include: Confidential, Confidential, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, SAIC, Booz Allen Hamilton, DISA, DoD, FBI, NJK, CA, IAC, and CRG.

Highlights of some Advanced TranTech’s projects include:

Lending Business Unit, Confidential, Vienna, Virginia:

Confidential is one of the key lead architects/developers on several high profile projects at Navy Federal. Some of the projects that he is currently involved in are as follows:

Project: UAD Debit Card Limit

The objective of this project is to integrate the VISA’s debit card limit Web Services seamlessly into the Navy Federal’s internal system to be used by an internal application. Confidential has led the Navy Federal SOA service specification and as well as collaborated with VISA on their debit card services specification. He has designed and implemented the security framework where both systems use both PKI mutual authentication and WS-Security to provide a multi-layer security to secure the communication between Navy Federal and VISA systems over the internet. Confidential has implemented a Datapower WS-Proxy as a security gateway between the two systems and implemented a JAX-WS service consumer code to interface with the Datapower WS-Proxy seamlessly for an internal application. He has led many troubleshooting sessions with the VISA’s entire team to ensure VISA is successful in making this pilot program a success for Navy Federal. This project has become a foundation for many other projects to build on.

Project: ALWS System Rewrite

The objective of this project is to replace a legacy ALWS internal system that is too brittle to use and too obsolescent to be supported. As a part of this evaluation, there were four alternatives put forth for the team to evaluate: a solution build on Lotus Note platform, a solution build on .Net, a solution build on Java, and a COTS solution provided by FISERV. Confidential was asked to put together a design and an estimate using the Java technology. The solution that Confidential put together encompasses using a modern n-tier architecture build on a modern J2EE platform (leveraging Navy Federal existing technology investment in IBM Websphere, ESB, DataPower, and IBM HostBridge) that will leverage existing Navy Federal’s SOA services assets and data warehouse (Teradata and Business Object) system to rapidly build capabilities to meet/exceed functionalities provided by the legacy ALWS system. In the end, the team chose Confidential ’s solution over others for the overall cost and technical approaches.

Project: Scanned Deposit

The objective of this project is to enhance an existing online Scan Deposit system to mitigate/prevent potential fraud that existed. Confidential was instrumental in leading the design and development of the system interfaces and service specifications needed for the existing system architecture that includes a Datapower appliance, the J2EE middleware, and the legacy mainframe system to support the enhancement. He single handedly revived the project that was stale and out of synch for over a period of three years with the production system, Dimension, and not to mention the Navy Federal life cycle development process. Under an extremely aggressive schedule, he has been able to quickly implement the update to the Java middleware component and as well as the DataPower WS-Proxy for the enhancement and rolled into production. The interfaces between the external trading partner system (FISERV) and Navy Federal is complex and Confidential has been instrumental in collaborating with FISERV to make this enhancement a success.

Project: eProm

The objective of this project is to provide members the ability to digitally sign their promissory notes online for all loan product types. Confidential has led the design and development of three major online applications that are used by both members and internal member service representative for this effort. The team uses an Agile development process, using Rally to facilitate the SCRUM and sprints. The system has recently gone live and Navy Federal members now have the ability to digitally sign their promissory notes seamlessly for loans which they apply online. This project has been a smashing success with an extremely high rate of members opting to digitally sign their promissory notes online, rather than opting for paper-based promissory notes. This is a major milestone for Navy Federal, as this new capability will not only provide banking convenience to members who apply for loans online, but will give Navy Federal a significant cost saving in terms of the reduction of overall costs to support paper-based promissory notes. The phase 1 of eProm has recently gone live and it is overwhelming successful with a 99% rate of members opting to digitally sign their signature for loans that they apply online. The project uses a gamut of technologies and tools, which include, but not limited to: IBM ESB, IBM Datapower, IBM Websphere, DB2, Hibernate, Openface, Openface, JQuery, DOJO, HTML, CSS, IBM RAD, Splunk, F5, HTTPWatch, Findbugs, HP Fortify, JUnit, Dimension, SVN, Maven, Selenium, TeraData, Business Object, IBM Hostbridge, etc.

Information System & Global System, Confidential, Gaithersburg, Maryland:

Confidential was the lead SOA architect/developer for the FBI’s Next Generation Identification (NGI) system, probably the largest SOA and Biometric project undertaken. He led a team of developers and providing the oversight and overall design, and implementation for some of the key system components of the NGI system in a full system development life cycle (SDLC) along with Agile development best practices. He was instrumental and the key person in the architecture design and development of the NGI’s SOA hardware/software infrastructure and governance, which include, but not limited to, the NGI Web Services specification for both the internal and external partner systems, the NGI SOA governance process, the NGI SOA services security infrastructure using both hardware (IBM Datapower X50 and X52 XML gateway appliances) and software solutions, the development of the NGI BPEL business process orchestrations and best practices to promote services composition and re-use, the management, administration and monitor of numerous NGI lab private-cloud environments and as well as standing up software/hardware infrastructure for them, the evaluation/prototype of potential of both software/hardware COTS/GOTS solution, supporting the operational production team with system issues, etc. He was a hands-on team lead who implemented just about every major foundational framework/service of the entire system and was very fluent in designing, implementing, and integrating a variety of open-source, COTS, and GOTS tools that were deployed and used on the projects, which include IBM RDM, RDA, Clearquest, Req Pro, and Clearcase, JBoss, JON, JBoss Messaging, Oracle AQ, ActiveMQ, JPA/Hibernate, Spring, JMock, CXF, WS-Security, JQuery, DOJO, RestEasy, Red Hat Identity Management, Drool, JBPM, ActiveVos BPEL, Red Hat Linux, Putty, Eclipse, SOAPUI, Groovy, JIRA, XML Stylus Studio, Aware Nistpack for EBTS and mobile, Oracle, Oracle SQL Developer, TOAD, Maven, Hudson, FindBug, Code Collaborator, Cobertura, Agitar, JMeter, EMC Atmos Cloud platform, VMware vCloud Suite, DataPower, BlueCoat Proxy, Cisco IronPort, Cisco Ace Module, Kemp LoadMaster, Loglogic, etc. Confidential also authored the first NGI Services Specification that is based on NIST, NIEM, and EBTS v9.3. He was also a trusted advisor to the PM, IPT leads, Chief Engineer, Chief Architect, and Senior Management for both Lockheed and the customer. Lastly, he was also instrumental in leading the completion of four major program “go live” milestones, and received numerous awards from both the customer and Confidential for his accomplishment.

Advanced Technology Confidential, Arlington, Virginia:

Confidential was the lead software architect/developer for the Theater Effect Based Operation (TEBO) program, responsible for the design and implementation of the overall TEBO system, data model, and service oriented architectures. He built the first TEBO data web services specifications and led a team of developers to build the first successfully deployed TEBO Web Rich Interface Applications (RIA) that use a variety of open-source AJAX-based, J2EE and object-relational mapping framework technologies such as Ext-JS, GXT, GWT, JSF (ADF), Spring, Hibernate, CXF, XFire, AXIS, WSDP, Tomcat, JBoss, and many others. These successful efforts have led to the deployment of TEBO (initially only USFK) to many other COCOMs such as PACOM, SOCEUR, JFCOM, etc. He also served as the trusted advisor to the PM, Chief Architect, and Chief Engineer of the program.

Defense Division, Hamilton, McLean, Virginia:

Project: Research and Development of Experimental Collaboration (RDEC)

Confidential researched novelty approaches to enable the discovery of information sharing thru Semantic Web and Latent Semantic Analysis that combined both machine reasoning through the knowledge representation (ontology) expressed in the Semantic Web services and machine learning through the unstructured conceptual and descriptive information contained in the Semantic Web services.

Defense Division, Hamilton, McLean, Virginia:

Project: Net-Centric Enterprise Services - Technology Development

Confidential supported the NCES’s SOA Foundation core services, specifically the security service (reference implementation of WSS, SAML, and XACML) and the discovery services (reference implementation of an abstraction layer of UDDI). Specifically, he researched novelty ways to support federated registries with ontological mediation. Confidential also evaluated and assessed COTS (e.g. Data Power, Reactivity, Layer7, WebLayer, Systinet, Amberpoint, Actional, Oracle BPEL, ActiveBPEL, etc.) and open-source products for suitability and applicability.

Defense Division, Hamilton, Falls Church, Virginia:

Project: Net-Centric Enterprise Services - DISA’s Program Management Office (PMO)

Confidential . worked as an independent expert for the PMO and developed a SOA foundation reference architecture for the NCES program office. Confidential provided guidance to different NCES’s contractors toward building an integrated architecture solution. He also participated in various working groups and performed independent verification and validation of various architecture work products, COTS, etc.

Defense Division, Hamilton, Pentagon, Virginia:

Project: Business Modernization Management Program

Confidential worked for the DoD Business Modernization Management Program and led a small team to capture OUSD’s procurement system assets through DoDAF Enterprise Architecture, using Popkins’s tool; assisted in setting up the portfolio management, the transition and the transformation team for the DoD future state domain through some BPR and JAD sessions with the business owners (Logistics, Acquisition, etc.).

Adapter Technologies, Confidential, Fairfax, Virginia - Senior Director of Product Development:

Confidential started with webMethods as one of the first employees hired to build the Enterprise Application Integration team from a small startup environment. webMethods emerged as one of the most successful IPO in the Enterprise software industry. Confidential also authored the first industry standard for adapters (JCA) and personally built the first revisions of many webMethods adapters to market, including SAP, PeopleSoft, Oracle, Remedy, Siebel, Websphere, Weblogic, MQ-Series, MSMQ, JMS, etc. Confidential worked closely with these product vendors to tightly integrate their products into the webMethods ESB platform. Confidential was one of the original authors of the JCA specification in the SUN J2EE standard. He was also involved in many M&A strategy and due diligence after the IPO. webMethods (the original author of SOAP) has remained to be the SOA/ESB specialist thought leader in many vertical industries.

Founder and Principal Architect, Confidential ., Fairfax, Virginia

Confidential founded Confidential . and provided consulting practices to both fortune 500 and large government system integrators.

Highlights of the Advanced TranTech’s projects included:

Confidential,Chantilly, Virginia:

Confidential designed and built a Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication and authorization system and framework to enable military hospital medical staff to use their security CAC card to gain access to any authorized US military hospital facilities globally, using COTS products such as Entrust PKI, Axent Single Sign-On (SSO) Technology, and Netscape LDAP services.

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