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David C. Alldredge, MSEE, PE, ESEP, ITIL®

Senior IT and Security Consultant, has over 25 years of experience in the design and engineering of computer software, hardware, and databases for many government, industrial, and commercial applications. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Michigan, certified as an Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) and has obtained certification in Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) ® Version 3 Foundations and 4 capability areas. Most recently he had the major responsibility at SAMAD for the design and implementation of a 6-node data entry system supporting 5 data-entry workstations and a database server connected over a private (i.e. no Internet connection) Wi-Fi network. This infrastructure was used by SAMAD on data entry projects with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Public Profit, LLC for the Oakland (CA) Fund for Children and Youth (OCYF), and Mission Analytics Group for the San Francisco (CA) Department of Children Youth and their Families (DCYF). His previous work included design of a database containing records of HRSA grantee reports for the Evaluation of the Quentin N. Burdick Rural Interdisciplinary Training Program. He designed a web-enabled Consultation Information Form (CIF) for two phases of data collection from grantees for the HRSA Consultation to Identify Technical Assistance Needs for Improving the Monitoring of Ryan White CARE Act Title I and Title II Sub-grantee Performance. He has also designed the web sites for several web-assisted surveys that a previous company, REDA International, conducted for various clients including the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, HRSA, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Mr. Alldredge had also supported the design of a large corporate network to segregate data based on data security concerns such as For Official Use Only (FOUO) data, Personally Identifiable Information (PII) data, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) data, and corporate proprietary data. Other cyber security issues were also addressed. He recently supported a Department of Defense contract for the engineering of systems related to maintaining the cyber security of various DoD communications networks. He supported a Department of State contract where he was responsible for the specification of a System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) to guide the development of new or modified systems for the Bureau of Consular Affairs. Previously, supporting a Department of Defense contract, he was responsible for the development of requirements and interface control documents for a system to support federated user queries across multiple legacy databases of disparate design using web service technology. For the Department of Defense, he developed requirements for the re-engineering of a system that allows Government agencies and federal contractors to apply for and maintain security clearances for industrial facilities. For the Department of State, he was involved in the data base design and systems engineering of a system to collect data from thirteen overseas refugee processing sites and consolidate the data in a central database in Washington, DC. After the data were merged and underwent further processing, the data were distributed to ten domestic refugee resettlement agencies. He has designed and managed additional large data collection and management projects for numerous clients using the state-of-the-art in computer languages, relational database management systems, algorithm development and distributed international computer networks using intranets and the Internet. Previous clients include the Department of State, the Department of Defense (DoD), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), NASA, the European Space Agency, Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) Electric Company, Consumers Power Company, General Motors, Spot Image SA, and the Earth Orbiting Satellite Corporation (EOSAT).