Douglas W. McGuire
(210) 995-5090 email@example.com
Expert in project management, intelligence operations, information operations, requirements collection
and management, and biometrics. Functions well under pressure, as seen in his ability to continue
successful mission operations while drawing a unit down and shifting its mission focus. A quick study,
he came into the biometrics job for his Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS)
expertise and left as a Certified Biometrics Professional. Proficient in personnel and fiscal management.
Possesses a current DOD TS/SCI clearance with an SSBI date of September 1, 2008.
Project Management – Has managed several projects with success, to include USAF’s Tactical
Cryptologic Program research and development program, the transition of the Information Warfare
Flights from Air Intelligence Agency to their supported commands and Information Operations Planning
Personnel Management – Has managed people ranging from just a few to over 400.
Fiscal Management – Managed the USAF research and development funding supporting the Tactical
Cryptologic Program and the funding supporting Information Warfare Flight technical support.
Information Operations – Graduate of the Joint Information Operations Warfare Command (JIOWC)
Joint Information Operations Planning Course.
Biometrics – IEEE Certified Biometrics Professional.
Technical Writing – Wrote JCIDS requirements documents and authored a concept of operations for an
Information Operations mission and planning support tool.
TASC, Inc, Biometrics Requirements Analyst Feb 2009 - Jun 2011
US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence
- Ensured proper support to warfighters by capturing requirements for the DOD biometrics collection
device of the future, Joint Personnel Identification, Version 2 (JPIv2), ensuring all the necessary
DOTMLPF data was captured for inclusion.
- Took several trips to meet with Stakeholders and gather their specific requirements.
- Organized an offsite working group to meet with the Stakeholders once the Capability Development
Document (CDD) was in final draft, to include arranging the venue, performing all venue coordination,
arranging billeting for attendees, and drafting the final meeting minutes.
- Primary writer on the JPIv2 CDD, laying out all stakeholder identified requirements for the system.
- Worked with the TRADOC Architecture Integration and Management Division to ensure all
architectural products were correct and included in the CDD submission.
- Performed the Cost-Based Analysis supporting the JPIv2 submission.
- Got use of biometrics included in the final major base defense study at the Maneuver Support Center of
Excellence when he realized it was left out of the draft as an enabling capability.
- Wrote the initial inputs to the Army’s Capability Needs Analysis on JPIv2, Biometrically-Enabled
Capability, and the Next Generation Automated Biometrics Identification System.
- Responsible for the weekly and monthly status reports that were provided to both the company and
customer which entailed gathering input from all individuals on the contract.
- Supported the Quarterly Development Review with input on JPIv2 documentation, as necessary.
McGuire, pg 2 of 3
Northrop Grumman Intelligence Group (TASC) Sep 2006 - Nov 2008
Project Lead, Information Operations Planning Capability-Joint (IOPC-J) Requirements
- Developed a requirements management database to support IOPC-J at the Joint IO Warfare Command
(JIOWC), thereby dramatically increasing the ability to properly track and meet them.
- Drafted initial Capabilities Development Document for IOPC-J.
- Led evaluation of a long-term solution to tracking and closing requirements, determining the Dynamic
Object-Oriented Requirements System (DOORS) was the best solution.
- Provided clear guidance on IOPC-J’s successor program, Virtual Integrated Support to the Information
Operations Environment (VISIOn), by authoring the initial concept of operations.
- Graduated from the JIOWC’s Joint Information Operations Planning Course.
MTC, Inc, Program Manager, Information Warfare Flights, Jun 2004 – Sep 2006
Technical Support, HQ Air Intelligence Agency
- With no impact to USAF major command information operations missions, transitioned the IWFs from
AIA to their respective supported major commands.
- Managed the funding for the five IWFs, approximately $50 million per year.
- Wrote the operating instruction governing the Information Operations Aggressor Program, formalizing
how the Red Teams operate in performing their mission.
US Air Force, Career Intelligence Officer Jul 1984 – Jul 2004
- Served as Chief, Legislative Liaison for HQ Air Intelligence Agency
--Developed strategies to present missions and programs to Congress for HQ AIA, achieving critical
support from Congress for essential intelligence and information operations programs.
-- Hosted 20 visits by Congressional members/staffers, again achieving support for AIA.
-- Wrote key response to Congress on the 9/11 terrorist attacks covering severe people impacts of
sustained 24/7 operations – got Congressional attention.
-- Planned unit mission and beddown activities, to include writing the Programming Plans, and led site
visits to determine necessary actions and timelines to ensure changes were feasible.
-- Led complete reorganization of the command, writing the Programming Plan establishing a new
3,000-person wing at Ft George G. Meade to more effectively present information operations.
- Served as Chief, Systems Operations Branch, Directorate of Intelligence (J2), HQ USFK
-- Oversaw all systems planning and installation for the directorate, preparing concepts of operation and
ensuring proper maintenance and contractor support was in place.
-- Coordinated all systems upgrades, ensuring DOD standards were met and overseeing three military
and 15 contractor personnel with a $55.1 million annual budget.
-- Noting the Director of Intelligence’s lack of ability to see systems status at a glance, developed a
visual representation of systems status across the Korean peninsula.
-- Obtained receivers for an indications and warning tool at no cost to the command, thereby
economically ensuring timely analysis and reporting of threats.
-- Served as J2 POC for possible deployment of GCCS I3 to Korea advising DIA of problems
associated with any NOFORN designation in a system meant to support the peninsula.
-- J2 POC for Global Broadcast Service as it was readied for deployment to the peninsula.
- Served as USAF Service Cryptologic Element Exchange Officer to HQ US Army Intelligence and
Security Command (USAINSCOM)
-- Oversaw SIGINT operations at 10 Brigade-size elements as deputy SIGINT desk officer.
-- Organized and ran offsite meetings between the senior operations and plans officers at the Service
Cryptologic Elements to set standard policies and share information among the services.
McGuire, pg 3 of 3
-- Project Officer for move of a Battalion to a new garrison location, he developed a Microsoft Project
schedule that ensured all issues were addressed with the move.
-- Key project officer in setting up the Army tactical support elements at the Regional Security
Operations Centers thereby improving national support.
-- Served as the SIGINT rep to HQ USAINSCOM’s budget prioritization process
-- Awarded the Meritorious Service Medal upon his departure.
- Served as Director of Operations, 33d Intelligence Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama
-- Oversaw over 80 personnel and a $20 million annual budget in performing 60 airborne
reconnaissance missions with no aborts due to operational failures.
-- Led the transition of the unit from airborne reconnaissance to counterdrug analysis by developing a
unit augmentation schedule that allowed scheduled reconnaissance missions to be completed with
qualified personnel from other locations – no mission loss in the transition.
- Served as NSA’s Tactical Cryptologic Program (TCP) Military Rep to Air Staff, functioning as the
Assistant TCP Program Element Monitor for the USAF
-- Oversaw all elements of the USAF’s TCP Research and Development (R&D) budget (approximately
$17 million per year), including recommending funding levels for the various projects and allocating
funds accordingly. This included studying proposed projects for feasibility and making recommendations
to leadership on proper funding levels.
-- Wrote the USAF TCP R&D inputs to the Congressional Budget Justification Book.
- Deployed to Saudi Arabia as Chief, Current Operations for the RIVET JOINT unit in support of
Operation Southern Watch overseeing all product reporting and the 24-hour watch center at Riyadh AB.
-- Did the analysis that determined the optimum orbit times when it was decided to cease 24/7 RIVET
- Served as Deployment Commander for the USAF operators supporting XVIII Airborne Corps
GUARDRAIL operations during Operation DESERT STORM
- Served as Operations Officer for Detachment 1, 691st Electronic Security Wing overseeing USAF
operators supporting US Army GUARDRAIL operations and special mission C-130s
-- Instrumental in the 1st Military Intelligence Battalion becoming the Army nominee for NSA’s
Director’s Trophy as the best tactical SIGINT unit as his operators and analysts made significant
contributions to understanding the threat in Central Europe -- awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
- Served in several key positions in the 6911th Electronic Security Squadron
-- Led the Tactical Analysis branch and became the first Electronic Security Command officer certified
as a Mission Operations Chief, overseeing all aspects of a live Tactical Reconnaissance Exploitation and
Demonstration System (TREDS) mission.
-- As a Flight Commander, was actively engaged in product reporting.
-- Served as Chief of Telecommunications and Cryptologic Custodian.
-- As a 2d Lieutenant, was selected to be Squadron Section Commander for this 400+-person unit,
overseeing the orderly room and handling liaison with Hahn AB for the commander.
IEEE Certified Biometrics Professional, June 27, 2011
Masters of Science in International Relations, Troy State University, May 1991
Air Command and Staff College by correspondence, Air University, August 1999
Squadron Officer School in residence, Air University, Nov 1989
Bachelor of Arts in History, Virginia Tech, Jun 1984