Lorne N. Hanson
7782 Lakeland Ave.
Pasadena, MD 21122
Mr. Hanson has over 22 years experience in data architecture, data management, biometrics, all-source intelligence analysis, program management, business development, enterprise information systems design and development, and system certification and accreditation. His professional education includes formal training in targeting, intelligence analysis, imagery analysis, geography, geodesy, and information technology.
Active Top Secret clearance.
A.A.S., Communications Applications Technology, Community College of The Air Force, 1994
B.S., Management/Computer Information Systems, Park College, 1997
Masters Level Course in Project Management from George Washington University, 1999
February 2008 – Present Chiliad, Inc
Director of Professional Services
Mr. Hanson was promoted from Program Manager to Director 30 days after Chiliad hired him. His field engineers design systems and install, configure and customize Chiliad Discovery for various Government and commercial clients. Mr. Hanson personally manages four contracts, to include Federated Query. He directs staffing at all levels of customer projects, tracks financials and maintains maximum profit for the company. Mr. Hanson also participates in system design and review, software testing and recommends future enhancements to the product. The ORION project uses Chiliad Discovery as its core capability and was profiled on 9/9/2008 at FBI.gov. In addition, the FBI uses Chiliad for the core of the IDW project. Other projects include Customs and Border Protection, other law enforcement and intelligence agencies and commercial drug corporations. Mr. Hanson’s hands-on ability and communications skills have helped save relationships and forge new ones for the company.
February 2007 – February 2008 The OakHill Group, LTD
Mr. Hanson is manager of The OakHill Group’s Data Solutions Group, the largest group in the company. He currently manages the DoD Collection Management Mission Applications (CMMA) Second Generation Data Broker (2GDB) project. Mr. Hanson also wrote the transition plan to the Third Generation Data Broker (3GDB), a Multi Domain data and web service infrastructure. He designs systems based on security and reliability standards, prepares certification and accreditation documentation and prepares systems for accreditation from DoDIIS and the Independent Test Authority (ITA). He conducts research, composes white papers and directs implementation of emerging technologies. Mr. Hanson participates in technical and program planning and execution. He creates work plans and schedules for current and future work by The OakHill Group. Mr. Hanson attends technical exchange meetings and evaluates current and emerging technologies for incorporation into projects. He documents and guides systems through the DoDIIS Independent Test Authority process and develops cost estimates and work plans for projects.
April 2001 – February 2007 Northrop Grumman Corporation
Mr. Hanson is Program Manager of multiple Northrop Grumman, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) programs to include Dragon Fury, Athena, and CHIP. He manages intelligence software/database projects that involve Oracle 9i/10g databases with Oracle Label Security (OLS) and Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and prepares these systems for certification and accreditation. He also performs quality control for intelligence analysis data in the databases and utilizes the WISE message handling system. He develops hardware and software architectures, troubleshoots systems, applications and databases. He also designs and develops Service Oriented Architectures involving XML and RSS documents. In addition, Mr. Hanson manages customer relations and requirements. He develops business relationships for future business potential. He develops advanced database structures and applications.
Mr. Hanson also manages twelve individuals from senior database administrators and developers to junior web developers. He develops strategic training for all personnel. He designs and administers the hardware architecture and manages software development for Dragon Fury. Mr. Hanson maintains three separate web sites, as well as project financials. The project was designed using ColdFusion MX, AJAX, XML, Java/J2EE and Java Server Pages.
Application Manager, Biometric Automated Toolset
Mr. Hanson briefs and demonstrates the BATS application to potential customers within the Department of Defense (DoD), Law Enforcement and Homeland Security. He manages Data, Hardware and Software configuration of the new Strategic Multi-layer Analysis (SMLA) database development. He also integrated data between the SMLA and BATS systems as well as quality control on the data.
Mr. Hanson researches and recommends emerging technologies for inclusion into the BATS system, such as intelligent name searches, compression technologies, and high-speed wireless connections.
Mr. Hanson manages the Biometrics application at DIA. He installed and maintains 7 server cluster for the client/server application and SQL Server database. The BATS system is the DoD repository for enemy prisoner of war (EPW) data to include finger print, retinal scan and facial recognition. Mr. Hanson led the team to migrate the SMLA database from the MS Access development environment to SQL Server production environment. Mr. Hanson integrates data between BATS and SMLA and walked the system through DoDIIS security certification and accreditation.
Chief Architect, Army Intelligence Master Plan Dissemination
Mr. Hanson is directly responsible for the migration of the Army Intelligence Master Plan (AIMP) site from Macromedia Cold Fusion to Java Server Pages and XML. He also managed intelligence data dissemination from the AIMP to the rest of the intelligence community.
Mr. Hanson is the Team Lead and primary developer for rapid prototype development of Force Protection and Homeland Defense systems.
Mr. Hanson used the systems development lifecycle to develop web-based applications and a totally data-driven web site. He planned future upgrades and functionality and trained users on the application.
Mr. Hanson developed relational databases to their fifth normal form using MS Access and SQL Server 2000. He also migrated the Access databases to a SQL Server.
Mr. Hanson developed the AIMP Project Management web application to replace MS Project.
1992 – 2005 Self Employed
Computer Systems Analyst/Consultant/Integrator
Mr. Hanson was a database consultant for Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Smith (Jack Milton) – 1992-1995.
Mr. Hanson conducted computer systems analysis and design using the systems development lifecycle. He performed software design and programming using Visual Basic, MS Access, HTML, Cold Fusion for various small projects – 1995-2002.
March 2000 – March 2001 DataBase Connection, Inc.
Mr. Hanson was the application lead and resident Cold Fusion advisor. He managed the General Services Administration, Federal Supply System web sites including Task assignment. He was also the Lead for the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 508 compliance plan and implementation.
Mr. Hanson developed a plan to migrate all FSS MS Access databases to MS SQL Server 7.0. He converted very complicated cfinclude/cfapplication files into CFMODULE (Cold Fusion Custom Tag) with attributes.
Mr. Hanson provided “News/Events” and “About Us” information based on the Program Office responsible for page content. He also developed online course/quiz application, and developed a team oriented approach to work assignment and workflow.
May 1999 – March 2000 Anteon Corporation
Senior Information Systems Engineer/Team Lead/Onsite Project Manager
Mr. Hanson would perform on-site management, corporate presence and interface with DoD Clients.
Mr. Hanson used the systems development lifecycle to develop web-based database applications in HTML, Cold Fusion, and Microsoft SQL Server. He also developed and presented proposals for work.
Mr. Hanson performed Project Management tasks, such as managing contracts, budgets, and personnel related to the contracts.
Mr. Hanson developed systems implemented at the Deputy Undersecretary of the Army for International Affairs (DUSA/IA), the Navy International Programs Office (Navy IPO), the Secretary of the Air Force for International Affairs (SAF/IA), and the National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA) that evolved into an Office of the Secretary of Defense initiative to have a common tool to manage Foreign Military Sales.
December 1998 – May 1999 PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
Mr. Hanson was Information Technology (IT), security, and personnel analyst to the U.S. Department of State.
Mr. Hanson traveled to Africa and Europe as part of the U.S. Overseas Presence Advisory Panel; a blue ribbon panel of U.S. Presidential appointees chartered to assess the optimum U.S. presence overseas in the wake of the Inman Commission’s survey of the Da’ar As Salaam and Nairobi embassy bombings.
Mr. Hanson authored the Paris, France and Africa Information Technology Assessment Reports for the Overseas Presence Advisory Panel’s April 29, 1999 meeting. He also authored Personnel and Security Reports for Africa that included Dakar, Pretoria and Mbabane.
Mr. Hanson developed databases and reports for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
1995 – January 1999 Defense Intelligence Agency
Military Capabilities Analyst, Forces Branch, Korea Division, Regional Assessments Office
Mr. Hanson used all-source intelligence to maintain the Modernized Intelligence Database. This involved the use of software in the UNIX SUN Solaris, Windows NT environments.
Mr. Hanson performed imagery analysis. He published current intelligence articles and Defense Intelligence documents to inform the warfighters and the National Command Authority. He also briefed senior U.S. Department of Defense and Republic of Korea (RoK) Ministry of National Defense officials on U.S. and RoK security issues and military capabilities.
Learning Tree International courses in JAVA Development, JAVA for Web Applications Development, and JAVA and XML
MC&G Staff Officers Course, Defense Mapping School, Ft. Belvoir, VA
Introduction to Remote Sensed Imagery and Geospatial Information Systems, Ft. Belvoir, VA
USAF Weaponeering School, Pope AFB, NC
Advanced Radar Predictions, 15th AF, Minot AFB, ND
USAF Target Intelligence, Lowery AFB, CO
1986 – 1995 U.S. Air Force – Air Force Intelligence Agency
Targeting Database and Applications Officer
Mr. Hanson performed target analysis and Battle Damage Assessment for Desert Shield/Desert Storm. He managed a 25 workstation LAN, as well as multiple intelligence information databases.
Mr. Hanson led the design team on DoD Joint Digital Target Material. He was also involved in development of the Rapid Application of Air Power. He revised methodology for submission of computer system requirements and designed the Air Force standard document imaging system. Mr. Hanson also beta tested the DoD mapping, charting, geographic, and geodetic systems.
Target Resources Officer
Mr. Hanson performed imagery analysis on electro-optical, radar, and infrared imagery. He designed and managed extensive target materials database. He also designed and implemented the Desired Mean Point of Impact Catalog for North Korean targets (Precisely Mensurated Points using Analytical Photogrametric Positioning System and Digital Point Positioning Database).
Mr. Hanson created low-level navigation and bombing charts for Strategic Air Command B-52 Bombers. He drew radar artwork predictions and performed radar and electro-optical imagery film analysis.
TS/SCI based on SBPR, 20 May 2004.