- Rekomendacje 2016
Chief of Defense Information System Agency / DoD Information Network Critical Infrastructure Protection and Contingencies Operations Branch, Operations Directorate - USA
Mr. Fred Ruonavar leads the DISA and DoD Information Network Sector Critical Infrastructure Protection program. He technically advices on matters involving ongoing programs and organizational structures and evaluates deliberate and contingency plans and policies for use by Department of Defense employees in the development of information technology criteria and Mission Assurance programs and plans. He leads the Agency’s Combat Support feasibility planning, providing managerial and supervisory oversight to the DISA supplemental requirements in support of Operations Inherent Resolve, Freedom’s Sentinel and other contingency operations in the Global War on Terrorism. Mr. Ruonavar also provides strategic planning for Agency participation in annual COCOM Tier 1-level exercises as well as spear-heading initiatives to implement standards, methodologies, and strategies that ensure the agency’s mission of providing world class service to the warfighter.
He was a Design Engineer for SAIC and worked on contract for Boeing Information Services. Additionally, he directed operations and maintenance support of Air Force Material Command’s Global Command and Control System and Defense Red Switch Network node supporting timely, reliable command and control throughout the command – all base cryptographic equipment, land mobile radios, and non-air traffic control line-of-sight radios were managed and maintained under his direction. In 1987, Mr. Ruonavar joined the United States Air Force, and began his military career with training at Keesler AFB, Mississippi. He holds a degree in Electronic Systems Technology and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management.