Mr. Habib Debs, President and CEO of Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) has appointed Mr. Greg Gardner to the ATSC Advisory Board. Greg brings a distinguished background and experience with the US Defense Industry, Intelligence Community and DoD. "I want to welcome Greg to our Advisory Board and am looking forward to his creative and professional support as we expand our business with the Intelligence Community, Security Surveillance and IT".
Mr. Gardner is currently the Chief Architect, NetApp Defense Solutions, based in Vienna, Virginia. Greg leverages his decades of government service and IT experience to provide NetApp's U.S. Public Sector team with all aspects of defense-focused support.
Greg was previously the Deputy Chief Information Officer (DCIO) for the Intelligence Community (IC), and also spent time at Oracle where for five years he was Vice President of Homeland Security Solutions and Public Sector Strategy. He also served a career in the United States Army, retiring in 2004 as a Colonel with 30 years of commissioned service.
During his final military assignment, Greg was responsible for Joint Command and Control in the Command, Control, Communications, and Computers Directorate of the Joint Staff. There he developed the prototype of the Joint Protected Enterprise Network (JPEN) that enables force protection information to be securely shared amongst Defense Department organizations.
Greg's military assignments include leadership positions in infantry, airborne, and ranger units and command of the 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82d Airborne Division, and the 3rd United States Infantry (The Old Guard).
A 1974 graduate of the United States Military Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, Greg also holds Master's Degrees in Industrial Relations / Personnel Management from The Krannert School, Purdue University, Military Art and Science from the Army's School of Advanced Military Studies, and Strategy and Policy from the Naval War College. Greg is currently a PhD candidate in IT Management at Capella University and an Adjunct Professor in the Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.
We are proud to have Greg as the newest member of the ATSC Advisory Board.