TechNet Cyber Supporting Partner Opportunities

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Alan Rosner

Program Manager, Cyber Security & Analytics Directorate
Defense Information Systems Agency


Alan Rosner is serving in a rotation as the Program Manager for the Thunderdome project within the Cyber Security and Analytics Directorate at the Defense Information System Agency (DISA). His primary position is as the Chief of the Spectrum Enterprise Services Branch in the Joint Spectrum Center (JSC), Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO) within DISA. He is the Program Manager for the Global Electromagnetic Spectrum Information System (GEMSIS) and Electromagnetic Battle Management (EMBM). Mr. Rosner has been with DISA\DSO since 2003 in various technical capacities. He has significant experience within DSO in the management and development of software capabilities to enhance DoD’s ability to operate and evolve their use of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Prior to coming to DISA he was a consulting engineer for 15 years working on engineering regulatory matters before the Federal Communications Commission and has been involved in numerous projects including high definition television, digital radio, satellite earth stations, cellular, radio-frequency radiation exposure, land mobile and terrestrial microwave systems.

Mr. Rosner has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from The Catholic University of America and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the District of Columbia.


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