Bryon Doyle is the technical director for the Defense Information Systems Agency Infrastructure Directorate located at Fort Meade, Maryland. He is responsible for providing technical leadership to global Department of Defense communications infrastructure, including the Department of Defense Information Network. He leads the technical execution for satellite communications, gateways, optical, terrestrial/undersea transport and multiple DoD networks.
From 2008 to 2019, Doyle was a senior engineer at the Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic, formerly known as Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic, in Charleston, South Carolina. Doyle supported multiple communications programs sponsored by organizations such as the Defense Intelligence Agency, DISA, Department of Defense – Chief Information Officer, Naval Intelligence Activity and the Office of Naval Intelligence.
From 2006 to 2008, Doyle supported Tactical Data Link and Link-16 software engineering development out of the 402nd Software Maintenance Wing, Warner Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.
Doyle’s expertise is in long haul optical communications system design, global network architecture, resiliency and mission assurance engineering. Doyle was a team leader on multiple network modernization and automation efforts across the Intelligence Community. In his last role at NIWC, Doyle was the technical lead for the Special Networks - Integrated Product Team, steering the technical execution for multiple network modernization efforts across the Navy, DoD and IC.
Originally from Flemington, New Jersey, Doyle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer Engineering from the University of South Carolina in Columbia and a Master of Science degree in electrical and computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. Doyle is Level III Defense Acquisition Workforce certified in engineering.