1999 - Present
Sr. Principal Integration Engineer
BAE Systems

Provided project management support to various projects within Agency providing expertise in engineering, IT support, budget, schedules, user relationships and security. Currently, Mr Snover is providing detailed analysis of WAN issues for Agency, this includes building and evaluating the resulting data from network modeling tools and building web enabled application to display the data. Additionally developed, engineered and programed a web site detailing the Request for Change (RFC) process used for RFC assessments. This site combines Ext js, JavaScript and PHP programing between the front end and the MySQL back end. Mr. Snover has been involved with the standup of a new classified capability providing technology solutions to provide analyst with up-to-date intelligence information. He has been involved with all aspects of the implementation. Mr. Snover has been responsible for the IP Integration project issues related to the networking aspects to include requirements development, draft and final IP schemes, OSPF and project briefings. This project will ultimately reIP all of the enterprise system for Agency. He has also acted as the Project Manager for the GTC enterprise infrastructure team. Where his design in due course implemented over 1000 network devices, servers, workstations, VOIP Phones and printers as an enterprise connected to customer and industry networks across multiple security domains. Mr. Snover has overseen the Network Engineering Team to include the assignment of tasks, reviewing network engineering proposals, reviewing schedules, briefing upper management both government and corporate. Define design practice and policy standards. Oversee program requirements; network architecture, desktop requirements, and transition plans. Review the status of training and OJT for assigned personal. Effectively lead and managed 11 Program Managers and Network Engineers.

1985 - 1999
US Navy

During the years as a Naval Officer, Mr. Snover performed a wide range of tasking from administration to operational. Mr. Snover routinely performed a range of managerial functions including operations planning and evaluation, establishment of objectives, procedure formulations, record administration, and personnel management. As the administrative department head, responsible for overall management of the administrative and personnel departments in support of more than 200 squadron personnel and directed 13 administrative staff. He has planned and evaluated operations, set goals and objectives, established priorities, interpreted policy, and instituted and enforced procedures. He exercised responsibility for quality of maintenance, administered and overseeing expensive inventories. He has supervised up to 40 subordinate personnel in the largest division in the squadron. He set long- and short-term objectives and priorities, participated in execution of the $12M divisional operations budget, and administered a highly sensitive equipment inventory of $200M in value. Mr. Snover instituted procedures and integrated wider Navy and CNO policy achievements including planning, full development, and execution of a Intelink web page; database content/design and graphics; and planning and implementation of a division痴 seven-computer, two-color laser printer system and linkage to external network systems. Mr. Snover has performed functions essentially independently of supervision and exercised overall authority for operations management. Mr. Snover performed extensive organizational representation, including representing squadron at a multi-agency conference in Washington DC, which reformulated mission tactics and project program directives additional, represented the U.S. Navy to the Australian Air Force to help in formulation of their operational procedures. Mr. Snover performed research, evaluated maintenance contract proposals, represented organization on-site in customer support visits, wrote a range of briefings and reports. Operational, Mr. Snover flew nearly 4000 hours, over 400 missions on four continents from Africa to Hawaii and deployed over 1500 days. Mr. Snover was assigned to Patrol Squadron Special Project Unit Two, Barbers Point, Hawaii directing 25 subordinate crew personnel, served as Mission Commander for one of two CNO-sponsored squadrons flying high-priority, highly classified Naval and National Intelligence Collection special operational reconnaissance missions in response to tasking directed by JCS, CINCPACFLT, SOC. As a Senior Tactical Evaluator at Fleet Reconnaissance Squadron One, Agana, Guam supervised 30 crewmembers, and flew operation missions in support of Commander Seventh Fleet including missions in the Gulf War. Mr. Snover led the first crew performing reconnaissance in the Gulf region. He also directed the global Navy Space Surveillance Network of 25 space and missile warning sensors. Crew Commander for the Alternate Space Surveillance Center and Defense Operations Center, Dahlgren, Virginia. performed managerial and analytical functions as Alternate Space Defense Operations Center Training Officer Mr. Snover monitored satellite threat warnings and threats to friendly space systems and analyzed data and information from technical, strategic, tactical sources. He has edited and disseminated intelligence reports, developed operating procedures, trained numerous personnel, developed testing materials to ensure quality mission personnel.

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University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
B.S., Mathematics


Senior Principal Sys Integration Engineer, BAE System
Operational Support Manager, Information Technology Site Lead, Network Engineering Lead

US Navy
Operations Officer, CNO, Special Projects Division, Pentagon, Administration Department Head, Quality Assurance Officer, Avionics/Armament Division Officer, Patrol Squadron Special Project Unit Two, Barbers Point, Hawaii, ADP Security Officer, Fleet Support Officer, Training Officer, Naval Space Command, Dahlgren, Virginia, Intelligence Officer, Ground Safety Officer, Fleet Reconnaissance Squadron One, Agana, Guam.

US Navy
Mission Commander, Patrol Squadron Special Project Unit Two, Barbers Point, Hawaii, Crew Commander, Alternate Space Surveillance Center/Defense Operations Center, Naval Space Command, Dahlgren, Virginia, Senior Tactical Evaluator, Fleet Reconnaissance Squadron One, Agana, Guam.

Awards & Honors

Navy Commendation Medal x2

Navy Achievement Medal

Security Clearance
TS/SCI w/Full Scope Poly