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Eric H.

Binker
85 Burlington Ave.
Wilmington, MA 01887
(520) 603-5114 cell
ebf66672@westpost.net

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY
Senior Software Process Management Engineer with over 29 years of progressive ex
perience in all phases of software/systems development spanning management, conc
ept, requirements specification, design, resource allocation, rehosting, coding,
test, verification & validation (V&V), installation and user training within th
e defense and aerospace industries. Provide extensive internal and external DoD
Program Office (PO) system process support for JITC interoperability initiatives
and mandates. Within a CMMI 3+ team environment, a task oriented Electrical En
gineer utilizing Object-Oriented (OO) techniques with all modern computer langua
ges and Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools on many Operating Syste
ms (OS) in the pursuit of high-performance, cost-effective, minimal risk softwar
e and systems solutions. Active Secret Clearance.

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
Proficient Languages: C/C++, Ada83/95, Pascal, Matlab, HTML, JavaScript, FORTRAN
, Assembly, Basic
Design Methods: OO, SA/SD, CASE, UML, CSF, Buhr, Booch, Rumbaugh, Coad Yourdon,
Colbert, ObjectMaker, StateMate, CADRE Teamwork, Honeywell Dome
Network: TCP/IP, Homesite, Netscape FastTrack / Enterprise Server
Computer Hardware: Sun, PC, X86, Apple, Honeywell 6000, HP 9000, DEC VAX, Prime,
Data General
OS & GUI Platforms: Linux, Eclipse, Oracle, Windows XP/NT4/98/2000/Vista/7, Unix
, Mac, IAS/VMS
Applications: iTracker, DOORS, CVS, Green Hills/Integrity, ARTiSAN, Rational Ros
e RT, VSS, ClearCase, VRDX, gcc, Diablo, Cantata
Standards: Mil-Std 2167, Mil-Std 498, CMMI, ISO 9001, FAA DO-178a/b, Full Lifecy
cle

WORK HISTORY
RAYTHEON, Integrated Defenses Systems, Woburn, MA Jun 2008-Present
Senior Principal Systems Engineer
* Cobra Dane Upgrade (CDU). Improved regression test procedures for the CDU Regr
ession Test Plan. Developed quad charts in coordination with SW and SE analysts
for all active Test Incident Reports (TIRs). Supported CDU/Customer Technical In
terchange Meetings (TIMs) with Regression Testing status, TIRs and Unverified Fa
ilures (UVFs) presentations. Provided liaison and technical support to Boeing GM
D Sensors WRT development, processing, reporting, and closure of TIRs and UVFs.
* AN/TPY-2 CRUSHM Modeling and Simulation (M&S). Perform SE analysis and SW solu
tions development on CRUSHM WSTRs within a iTracker/Linux/Eclipse/C++ developmen
t environment. Complete and promote WSTRs towards a formal CRUSHM build release.
* AN/TPY-2 white papers development: "Radar Data Management Process Improvement"
and "Analysis Process Improvement"
GENERAL DYNAMICS, Information Technology, Needham, MA Mar 2007-Dec 2007
Technical Subcontracts Site Manager
* Site manager, Mobile User Objective System (MUOS), Modem TRANSEC Controller (M
TC) crypto comms equipment supplier (L-3 Communications, Camden, NJ). Coordinate
contractual activities between customers (LM, Navy Project Office, NSA), GDC4S
divisions (Information Assurance (IA), Contracts, Engineering, Quality Assurance
(QA), Configuration/Document Management (CM/DM) ), and L-3.
* Evaluate Baseline Change Requests (BCRs), Contract Performance Reports (CPRs)
and Variance Analysis Reports (VARs) generated by the supplier. Evaluate Failur
e Analysis Reports (FARs). Evaluate C++ software source code for standards compl
iance in a DOORS, ClearCase, VxWorks classified development environment. Partic
ipate in PDRs, CDRs, Test Readiness Reviews (TRRs), Functional / Production Conf
iguration Audits (FCAs, PCAs), Factory Acceptance Tests (FATs), TEMPEST / Enviro
nmental Tests, SW/HW Functional Qualification Tests (FQTs), Design Verification
(DV), and Security Verification (SV) activities. Participate in all SDRL Peer Re
views, verifying proper closure of identified defects. Participate in Change Req
uest (CRs) dispositions, Risk Management (RMs), and Failure Review Board (FRBs)
meetings. Participate in Contractor Team (CT) Key Management/Security/IA Working
Group (WG) teleconferences. Coordinate the supplier responses to customer gener
ated Contractor Request Memos/Matrices (CRMs) against SDRL deliveries. Generate
daily and weekly programmatic Executive Summaries.

GENERAL DYNAMICS, Information Technology, San Diego, CA Mar 2005-Feb 2007


Senior Program Manager
* Perform program management, audit activities for Standard Missile 2 (SM-2) and
SM-6 at Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS).
* Review Software Problem Reports (SPR), Software Change Requests (SCR), and Alg
orithm Change Requests (ACR). Support Software Change Control Boards (SCCB) and
participate in peer reviews (informal and formal) along with design reviews. F
acilitate communication between the RMS software engineering community and gover
nment agencies (PEO IWS 3A, APL, PHD, China Lake). Review software development,
documentation, and coding activities, and support the overall management of the
software effort. Support various Technical Instruction (TI) activities. Witne
ss integration activities, qualification tests, and test readiness reviews. Rev
iew software activity schedules and metrics for reasonableness. Assist with pla
nning and task allocations associated with on-going and start-up activities.
OXFORD GLOBAL RESOURCES, Beverly, MA Oct 2004-Mar 2005
Software Engineer, Contracted Position with Mykotronx/Rainbow/SafeNet
* KIV-7M unit networked crypto DoD dataset exchange via MILSTAR satellite. Perfo
rming cryptographic communications requirements flow-down, design, documentation
, C coding, unit test, and integration in a Green Hills Integrity and MS VSS Win
dows MYK-185 ASIC environment.
AEROTEK, INC, Baltimore, MD Jan 2004-Oct 2004
System Architecture Engineer, Contracted Position with Northrop Grumman Corporat
ion
* AWACS, Single Cabinet Radar program, Electronic Surveillance Systems, automati
c gain control, clutter tracker, and built-in test target generation algorithms
design and unit test in a Sun/Mac system Rational Apex Ada95 software developmen
t environment.
* Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), Electro-Optical Distributed Aperture System (EO DA
S) Operational Flight Program (OFP) architecture group responsible for interface
coordination, Messaging models and OO software architecture design standards.
Used ARTiSAN (Rational Rose equivalent) as a modeling environment and ClearCase
for documentation Configuration Management (CM). Participant in System and Func
tion Level peer reviews.
DIAMOND DATA SYSTEMS, INC (DDS), New Orleans, LA 2002-2003
DDS specializes in Oracle, C/C++, Visual C++, SQL, Java, ASP, UNIX, Sun Solaris,
e-commerce applications. DDS is a Novell Authorized, Microsoft Certified, Cisc
o, Compaq, Citrix IT network infrastructure solutions provider.
SPAWAR DIMHRS Project Office Information Technology Consultant
* Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System (DIMHRS) - As a Test and Ev
aluation (T&E) Principal Test Engineer responsible for development of the Test a
nd Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP), Technical Evaluation (TECHEVAL) Plan, and SPAW
AR sponsored DIMHRS Joint Program Management Office (JPMO) Operational Evaluatio
n (OPEVAL) test lead.
RAYTHEON MISSILE SYSTEMS (RMS), Tucson, AZ 2000-2002
RMS designs, develops and produces missile systems for critical requirements, in
cluding air-to-air, strike, surface-to-air defense, land combat missiles, guided
projectiles, exoatmospheric kill vehicles (EKV), and directed energy weapons.
Manager II, Sr. Principal Systems Engineer
* Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GNC), Algorithms and Software Center - Perf
ormed GNC Section Manager and Webmaster duties. Interviewed Raytheon GNC recrui
ts. Received several GNC commendation awards for service as a CMMI and ISO 9001
representative.
* MAPS Program - Used Rational Rose Real-Time (RT) Object-Oriented (OO) Unified
Modeling Language (UML) for representation of embedded software within a develop
ing standardized missile architecture. Applied the Common Simulation Framework (
CSF) for missile system simulations of C++ code. Developed infrastructure to al
low for node-oriented software development and simulation testing.
* EKV Program - Analyzed all EKV embedded Digital Processor global C++ interface
parameters for source code documentation inconsistencies to support source code
delivery to customer. Developed improved GNC timeline diagrams and spreadsheet
s. Surveyed Raytheon & DoD V&V approaches to draft an EKV Simulation V&V Plan. D
ocumented existing EKV operational modes Functional Qualification Test (FQT) too
ls for an EKV tool unification strategy. Supported 5 EKV flight data reduction a
nd analysis efforts for FQT, and software integration. Performed LISIM DTIG dev
elopment and troubleshooting analysis. Initiated EKV LISIM IMU Model Validation
Plan activities.
TUCSON EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (TES), Tucson, AZ 1999-2000
TES provides innovative embedded software and systems solutions offering end-to-
end development and support for aerospace and other projects.
Senior Software Engineer, Contracted Position
* Performed Honeywell RJ-700 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) software testing to supp
ort Test Readiness Review (TRR) and FAA software certification DO-178. From the
formal test cases, wrote C++ and test design language (TDL) test procedures and
participated in test reviews. Utilized Doors 4.1, ClearCase, VRDX real-time OS,
C++, Diablo compiler, and Cantata for an aviation hardware test harness.
TELEDYNE BROWN ENGINEERING (TBE), Huntsville, AL 1998-1998
TBE provides systems engineering and technology solutions to high-end defense, s
pace, environmental, and information problems.
Senior Test Engineer, Contracted Position
* Wrote the Y2K compliance strategy and test plans for a networked SUN Solaris O
racle Information System (IS), and a stand-alone PC database system. Executed t
he test procedures and wrote up the test results.
ECONOMICS AND ENGINEERING RESEARCH (EER) SYSTEMS, Huntsville, AL 1990-1998
EER Systems provides a broad range of system design, development and support ser
vices in aerospace, defense, and information systems.
Senior Staff / Systems Engineer
* Project Lead (PL) on the "MetaH Avionics Architecture Description Language Sta
ndards Development" task. Worked on the development of a Society of Automotive
Engineers (SAE) / International Standards Organization (ISO) document which supp
orts toolsets used in the development of real-time embedded avionics systems usi
ng the Honeywell MetaH language syntax and requirements. MetaH is a language su
ited for hardware/software avionics system modeling and performance analysis. I
n addition to the core avionics standard, organized annexes for Safety/Security
Partitioning, Realtime Schedulability, and Reliability Analysis and Modeling.
* Collected and analyzed operational requirements for digital maps, imagery, and
symbology used in missile systems. Determined the adequacy of existing data ex
change standards to meet missile systems requirements. Proposed standards for da
ta communications and symmetric multiprocessing (SMP); and recommended needed ch
anges to existing Information Technology (IT) standards for application to DoD w
eapon systems.
* PL for the Embedded Battle Command (EBC) "Software for PEO-AVN Platforms", "G
round Vehicle Architectures" and "Tactical Missiles Software Reuse and Digitizat
ion" options. Created software architecture models for the ground vehicle, tacti
cal missile, and aviation domains. Incorporated these models into secure, inter
active websites that are used by embedded weapon systems domain experts to suppo
rt reuse and digitization initiatives. Maintained 5 separate websites to suppor
t Government groups. Wrote JavaScript routines as part of webmastering duties.
Proactively monitored all DoD and Army organizations involved in Digitization re
lated Policy, Mandate, and Guidelines development, signoff, and interpretation.
When official DoD Digitization documentation changed anywhere within Government
or Military arenas, those changes have been reflected in the website contents un
der his jurisdiction. Assisted the SED in marketing its embedded weapon systems
domain engineering expertise to the Army community, and has demonstrated the SE
D's successful focus on architected software solutions for Post Deployment Softw
are Support of Army project offices.
* Worked on V&V for the TOW IBAS program. Option Team Leader for LOSAT and Non-
System Generic Missile Parts. For LOSAT, reviewed and critiqued Software Require
ments Specifications (SRSs), Interface Requirements Specifications (IRSs), Syste
ms Design Documents (SDDs), System Segment Specifications (SSSs), Software Devel
opment Plans (SDPs), and Algorithmic Design Documents (ADDs) originating from bo
th prime contractor, Loral Vought Systems Corporation (LVSC), and sub-contractor
, Texas Instruments (TI). Generated Software Trouble Reports (STRs) against the
above documents and code in regard to traceability, consistency, correctness, me
thods, and standards. Used ObjectMaker (Mark V) and StateMate (I-Logix) CASE too
ls and Colbert's Object-Oriented Software Development (OOSD) method in the perfo
rmance of design analysis. Participated in LOSAT Metrics Working Group (WG) meet
ings, Computer Software Configuration Item (CSCI) In-Progress Design Reviews (IP
DRs), costing, documentation/accountability/risk strategy sessions with the LOSA
T Program Management Office (PMO), and Critical Design Review (CDR) preparation.
* For Core and LAMPSS, managed a Metrics Analysis Study, and supported the Gener
ic Missile Parts effort to create reusable Ada components suitable for MICOM app
lications. Supported MICOM through SED on current and emerging techniques, tools
, and standards in the management, acquisition, and evaluation of hardware/softw
are development programs. Part of this activity involved the installation and ev
aluation of operating systems, CASE tools, metrics generators, documentation dev
elopment, and review of commercial applications. Performed compatibility studies
to facilitate cross platform information flows. Contributed to the ACM SIGAda R
euse Committee and Documentation Standards Committee in the development of softw
are reuse standards and methods, and is a proponent of metrics standardization,
and object oriented design techniques. For HOMS, provided SDP document assessmen
t reports, hardware assessment at Technical Interchange Meetings (TIMs), and ben
chmarking of a beta release Zoran Gallium Arsenide (GAS) Digital Signal Processo
r (DSP) Ada compiler supplied by PSS.
* As PL for FAAD C2I, coordinated with V&V the preparation of Laboratory Check P
oints (LCPs) and the Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP). Managed and contri
buted to the production of a Metrics Report evaluating the Monthly TRW FAAD C2I
Program Status Reports (PSRs). Updated FAAD C2I Ada System Implementation Plans
consistent with program specifications. Updated the FAAD C2I Computer Resource M
anagement Plan (CRMP) consistent with available supporting documentation. Instal
led STARS products on a HP9000 UNIX system for FAAD C2I Software Components eval
uation and Performance Tools usage.
ELECTRONIC WARFARE ASSOCIATES (EWA), Huntsville, AL 1989-1990
EWA is a broad-based Information Technology (IT) company.
Senior Member, Technical Staff
* Developed and produced an embedded systems Software Language Guidelines (SLG)
document covering Ada, FORTRAN, Pascal, C, and assembly code for the purposes of
acquisition and development of state-of-the-art Mission Critical Computer Resou
rces for the U.S. Army Missile and Space Intelligence Center. The SLG provided g
uidelines for complete testability, improved performance, effective configuratio
n management, greater reliability, component reusability, simplified maintainabi
lity, and reduced life cycle costs. Reviewed and analyzed the XM43S System Cont
roller interface requirements for design traceability and feasibility, adequate
implementation methods, and minimized developmental risks. Produced a 50-page re
port as part of total XM43S assessment. Performed detailed analysis of character
istics, reusability, and adequacy studies done by Boeing, Westinghouse, and othe
rs. Reviewed the contractor's hardware/software proposals, analyzed ASET IV soft
ware development design concepts, and produced a report of findings and concerns
. The TSPO's Asset Monitoring System (AMS) is a distributed data base system und
er contract to provide paperless special military systems Maintenance Management
and Failure Trends Analysis. Performed the top-level hardware/software system d
esign for the TSPO, producing Functional Design Document. The design process use
d YOURDON automated CASE tools to produce the following diagrams: Context, Data
Flow, Entity Relationship, State Transition, Structure Charts; and the following
reports: Project Dictionary of Entries, Usage of Entries, Data Hierarchy, Requi
rements Cross Reference, Supported Figures and Specifications, and Consistency V
erification. Major categories addressed in the FDD text were: System Background,
System Objectives, Existing System Methods and Procedures, Proposed System Meth
ods and Procedures, System Assumptions and Constraints, Specific Performance Req
uirements, Functional Specifications, Test Plans, Implementation Procedures, and
Data Requirements Mapping.
GEORGIA TECH RESEARCH INSTITUTE (GTRI), Atlanta, GA 1985-1989
GTRI is the applied research arm of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Software Developer, Research Engineer II, Electro Optics Department
* Used CASE tools for requirements mapping and design specifications development
of a real-time embedded 68020 VME bus ARTX/Ada computer system for a threat sim
ulator radar system. A MicroVAX Workstation, VMS, Ready Systems CARD tools devel
opment environment was used for high-level software design of data acquisition (
DA), communication (COM), and beam steering unit (BSU) with documentation suppor
t. Object-oriented design techniques were adhered to during this process. At the
Electro-Optics Division (EOD) of the Electro Magnetic Laboratory (EML), made si
gnificant modifications to the FORTRAN coded VAX VMS based TAWS software, a proo
f-of-concept software package designed for the Engineering Topographic Laborator
y (ETL) at Ft. Belvior, VA to provide ground-level battlefield sight and radar i
ntervisibility modeling and vehicle traverse modeling. After new requirements we
re defined, enhanced the TAWS software, installed updates on a HP UNIX based sys
tem, and trained personnel in program usage. Developed software to translate Def
ense Mapping Agency (DMA) DFAD (feature) data into DTED (terrain) like data for
sight and radar intervisibility modeling. Developed Penetration Aids (PENAIDS) c
ontouring algorithms and mission route perspective analysis for the Air Force. P
ENAIDS is a C3I battlefield route planner that considers aircraft flight envelop
e, weapons load, radar visibility, theater terrain, target value, current threat
radar installation capabilities and status, local weather, and probability of k
ill (PK). The Software Requirements and Interface Specifications provided were u
sed to write Pascal routines to display real-time PK contours on a battlefield m
ap implemented on a UNIX-based graphics system.
DECISIONS & DESIGNS, INC. (DDI), Honolulu, HI, Vienna, VA 1983-1985
DDI was a C3I solutions provider for the defense industry.
Graphics Engineer, Contract Position
* Performed the formulation of functional specifications detailing the integrati
on of existing DDI products into the C3I network at Hickam AFB. Hawaii. The obje
ctive was the display of AF Intelligence and Operations database information ove
r DMA background map separates for the theater on an interactive, real-time colo
r graphics workstation that allowed extensive zooming, panning, and display mani
pulation. A DeAnza (Gould) 8500 image processor was used together with optical d
isk player, time base corrector, video digitizers, and a DEC 11/44. Developed pl
ans for coordinating of the optical disk master production containing 54,000 DMA
map separates of the theater, together with interface specifications between DE
C 11/44 UNIX and DEC 11/70 IAS operating systems. Software development was in C
with technical and operator manuals provided. This project used optical disk tec
hnology to store both DMA and current Ops/Intel imagery related to a battlefield
database with information originating and managed by both AF Ops and AF Intel.
HONEYWELL MARINE SYSTEMS (HMS), Seattle, WA, Europe and Honolulu, HI 1976-1983
HMS provided engineering support to US Navy systems.
Program Analyst
* Maintained software and hardware for a shipboard PDP 11-05 system working with
an active sonar research program. Developed and implemented the acquisition pl
ans for software to provide automatic testing capabilities for submarine LRUs in
an operational environment. Work proceeded from a set of Software Specification
s and required the development of appropriate User Manuals. The software was wri
tten in FORTRAN on a Honeywell 6000 system and ported to an equipment test-bed.
Designed and coded a computer animation system used for personnel training. De
veloped a Workload Forecasting software application for the Pearl Harbor Naval S
hipyard.
AUTOMIX KEYBOARDS, INC. (AKI), Seattle, WA 1974-1976
AKI provided text-processing systems for the phototypesetting industry.
Software Design Engineer
* Developed software for a microprocessor based (Intel 8008 and 8080) text proce
ssing system supporting phototypesetting activities in the graphic arts industry
worldwide. Software was written in assembly code using a DEC 11/40 running RSX1
1-B OS.
THE BOEING COMPANY, Seattle, WA 1972-1974
Boeing is the world's leading aerospace company.
Digital Design Engineer / Systems Engineer
* Reviewed performance capabilities of a tactical missile system in coordination
with the Air Force to develop and integrate component performance enhancements
working closely with all subsystem specialists. Proposals were issued detailing
the cost-benefit-risk assessment of a change to the system. Negotiations proceed
ed as the best proposals were selected and modified. Winning proposals were then
funded, scheduled for implementation, and requirements mapped into specificatio
ns. Enhancements that required reprogramming of the embedded system flight compu
ter navigational routine (Kalman Filtering technique) in machine code were accom
plished on-time and within specification and budget. Provided a digital design t
o specifications on a airborne minicomputer-based communications processing syst
em for the Air Force. Tasked with the selection of computer equipment and system
s software, and matrixed requirements with evaluations of vendor proposals to ar
rive at the final source selection.
EDUCATION
BS, Electrical Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, GPA 3.5/
4.0, 1967-1972
ASSOCIATIONS
National Honor Society, Etta Kappa Nu & Sigma Tau Engineering Societies, Institu
te of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), ACM SIGAda - Reuse Standards W
orking Group, Secretary