2nd SOA for E-Government Conference October 30-31 2006

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Second Service Oriented Architecture for E-Government Conference, October 30-31, 2006, at MITRE

Purposes and Background

Purposes (as suggested in questions by Roy Mabry, Co-Chair, AIC Governance Subcommittee):

  • What SOA is and isn't?
  • Where the CoP sees SOA going in the future?
  • What benefit it will have for improving efficiency and effectiveness of government operations?
  • What will have to change in policy and governance as we know it to transform government to better share information across organizational boundaries and better serve the citizen?

Note: The SOA CoP is a project of the Governance Subcommittee of the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee but is not endosed by the AIC nor is it seeking AIC endorsement. The AIC and SOA CoP are separate and different organizations.

Preparations: See SOA CoP Demo Phase 2


  • October 24, 2006: Registration Closed at 320!
  • October 27, 2006: All Presentations and Tutorials Due to Review and Post
  • August 25, 2006: Notification on Proposals (Done by August 31st)
  • July 31, 2006: Invitations to Present
  • August 18, 2006 (Extended to August 25th): Call for Presentations, Tutorial, and Exhibits/Posters Deadline.

Logistics (see more Logistics below):

  • Location: The MITRE Corporation, McLean, Virginia, MITRE-1 Building Auditorium, 7515 Colshire Drive McLean, VA 22102-7508.
  • Accomodations: A list of hotels in the Tyson's Corner area is available for download.

Planning Committee:

  • Greg Lomow, SOA CoP Co-Chair and BearingPoint
  • Brand Niemann, SOC CoP Co-Chair and US EPA
  • Rick Tucker, MITRE
  • Ron Schmelzer, Zapthink
  • Ali Arsanjani, IBM
  • Marc Halley, MITRE
  • Cory Casanave, Data Access Technologies
  • Joe Chiusano, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Lois Fairclough, DoN CIO
  • Chuck Mosher, MetaMatrix


Monday, October 30 2006

(All Together All Day)

  • 7:30 – 8:30 AM, Conference Check In (must be pre-registered)
  • 8:30 – 9:00 AM, MITRE Welcome and SOA CoP and Conference Overview
    • Rick Tucker (MITRE), Conference Host
    • Greg Lomow (Bearing Point) and BrandNiemann (US EPA), SOA CoP Co-Chairs. Presentation: PowerPoint
    • Background:
  • 9:00 - 10:30 AM, Opening Keynote and SOA CoP Demonstration
    • Ron Schmelzer (ZapThink). Presentation: PowerPoint
    • Cory Casanave (Data Access Technologies), SOA CoP Demo Lead. Presentation: PowerPoint  and SOA Demo Wiki Pages: Demo and Specification
    • Participating Vendors:
      • BAH (presenting XBRL, not showing demo) - Boyd Grant
      • DynAccSys - Sonia Antypas
      • Metamatrix - Chuck Mosher
      • Sun Microsystems - John Landers
      • Data Access Technologies - Cory Casanave
      • Kapow Technologies - Kash Badami
  • 10:30 - 11:00 AM, BREAK
  • 11:00 - 12 NOON, Panel Session. Organizer: Ron Schmelzer, (ZapThink)
  • Topic: SOA Lessons Learned: The Government Speaks. Panelists:
  • 12 NOON - 2 PM, Networking Lunch (MITRE Cafeteria) and Posters/Exhibitors (Aitrium). Table Assignments and Exhibit Layout. Tutorial Signup Opens.
  • 2 - 4 PM - Plenary Session: Previews of Tracks on the Next Day
    • Track 1: Real World SOA Experiences/Lessons Learned Being Organized by Ali Arsanjani (IBM-remote) and Marc Halley (MITRE-Brand Niemann standing in). Presentation: PowerPoint
    • Track 2: SOA for Information Sharing Being Organized by Greg Lomow (Bearing Point). Presentation: PowerPoint
    • Track 3: SOA and BPM, MDA, etc. Being Organized by Cory Casanave (Data Access Technologies). Presentation and White Paper
    • Track 4: SOA and Metadata (Semantics) Being Organized by Chuck Mosher (MetaMatrix). Presentation: PowerPoint
  • 4 – 5:30 PM Special Recognitions, Networking, and Then Must Leave the Facility

Tuesday, October 31 2006

(Three Concurrent Activities with Common Break and Lunch Times)

  • 7:30 – 8:30 AM, Conference Check In (must be pre-registered)
  • 8:30 AM - 4:15 PM, Tutorials in Conference Room 1 H 302(LIMITED TO 40)
    • Tutorial #1, 8:30 AM - 12 NOON, Migration of Legacy Components to an SOA, Dennis Smith, Carnegie Mellon
    • Remote Access for Both Tutorials: Washington area: 703-983-6338, Boston area: 781-271-6338, and Toll-free: 866-648-7367. Passcode: XXXX.
    • Tutorial #2, 1 - 4:15 PM, Approaches for Modeling SOAs within Existing Architecture Tools and Reference Models, Michael Alford and Kevin Brett, SRA International

Auditorium Sessions:

  • 8:30 - 10 AM. Topic: Real World SOA Experiences/Lessons Learned
    • Introductions: Ali Arsanjani (IBM-remote) and Marc Halley (MITRE)
    • Presentations:
      • Deborah Phillips, Chief, Enterprise Architecture (for Susan Gragg, NRO CIO), A CIO's perspective on SOA. Presentation: PowerPoint
      • Alan Harbitter (Nortel Government Solutions) and David Webber (AC Technologies), Comparing USPS PostalOne, NIH eReceipts and Amazon.com for eGov and SOA. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint Examples
      • Arun Majumdar (Cutter Consortium/VivoMind Intelligence), Operationalizing SOA - Lessons Learned. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
      • Proceedings: Drew Debelack (Lockheed Martin) (confirmed then unable to present, but may appear in proceedings), Injecting SOA and FEA into a CMMI Level 5 Organization
  • 10:00-10:30 AM, BREAK
  • 10:30 AM – 12 NOON
  • Topic: SOA for Information Sharing. Introductions: Mike Ruiz (BearingPoint).
    • Presentations:
      • Kash Badami and Andrew Lasko (Kapow Technologies) (live demo) SOA Solutions: The Future of Information Sharing is Now Update. Proposal (Update) and  Presentation: PowerPoint
      • Tom Clarke (National Center for State Courts, Chairman of the U.S. DOJ's Global Infrastructure/Standards Working Group and member of the Global Executive Steering Committee), Framework for Justice Information Sharing: Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). Presentation: PowerPoint
      • Frank Petroski (MITRE), A Proposed Net Centric Services Strategy for the Department of Defense. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
  • 12 NOON - 1 PM, Networking Lunch (MITRE Cafeteria on your own)
  • 1 - 2:30 PM. Topic: SOA and BPM, MDA, etc.
    • Introductions: Cory Casanave (Data Access Technologies)
    • Presentations:
      • David Webber (AC Technologies), Standards and Open Source Tools for Implementing Loosely Coupled SOA.Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint and Examples
      • SOA CoP Demo Participating Vendors:
        • BAH (presenting XBRL, not showing demo) - Boyd Grant. Presentation: PowerPoint
        • DynAccSys - Sonia Antypas. Presentation: PowerPoint
        • Metamatrix - Chuck Mosher. Presentation: PowerPoint
        • Sun Microsystems - John Landers. Presentation: PowerPoint
        • Data Access Technologies - Cory Casanave. SOA Demo Wiki Pages: Demo and Specification
  • 2:30-2:45 PM, SHORT BREAK
  • 2:45 - 4:15 PM
  • Topic: SOA and Metadata (Semantics). Introduction: Chuck Mosher (MetaMatrix)
    • Presentations:
      • John Salasin (DARPA-NIST Visiting Researcher), Predictive Metrics To Guide SOA-Based System Development. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
      • Atif Kureishy (Booz Allen Hamilton), Integrating SOA and Ontologies for Information Sharing. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
      • Dave McComb (Semantic Arts), SOA and Semantics. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint Slide Show
  • 4:15 - 5 PM, Closing Keynote
  • 5-5:30 PM, Networking and Then Must Leave the Facility

Breakout Session

(Atrium-Auditorium Foyer), IAC SOA Committee, Chair

  • Remote Access: Washington area: 703-983-6338, Boston area: 781-271-6338, and Toll-free: 866-648-7367. Passcode: XXXXXX.
  • Breakout Session Track 1: Vendor Perceptions and Implementations. Greg Hauser, Webworld Technologies, and Chair, IAC SOA Committee
    8:30 AM, Presentations 1-3: Panel - SOA in the Government: Perceptions and Implementations (Organized by Jennifer Olson, Atomic Public Relations). Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
    • John Emerson, Vice President of Federal Operations, AmberPoint
    • Samuel N. Ceccola Jr., Deputy CTO, BEA Systems
    • Mark Zalubas, Chief Technology Officer, Merlin International
    • Chris Daniels, Director of Federal Operations, Reactivity
    • Tim Bertrand, Director Federal SOA, Systinet, a division of Mercury Interactive
  • 10-10:30 AM, BREAK
  • Breakout Session Track 2: Governance. Debbie Brown, Administrative Officer, IAC SOA Committee
    • 10:30 AM, Presentation 4: Trusted Operations Fabric and Policy Federation and SOA Governance, Miko Matsumura, Infravio (Best Breakout Session Presentation). Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
    • 11:00 AM, Presentation 5: SOA Governance and Lifecycle Management, Chris Brown, Systinet. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
    • 11:30 AM, Presentation 6: How to communicate the benefits of SOA to Government Audiences, Michael Alford and Douglas Black, SRA International. Proposal and Presentation: Presentation Not Given
    • Waitlist 1. David Ellis, Sandia National Laboratories: Federal-National level coordination of disaster response using the Emergency Data Exchange Language Distribution Element (EDXL_DE). Presentation: PowerPoint
  • 12 NOON-1 PM, NETWORKING LUNCH (MITRE Cafeteria on your own)
  • Breakout Session Track 3: Transition to SOA in the Government. Patrick Heinig, PPC, and Cultural Manager, IAC SOA Committee.
    • 1:00 PM, Presentation 7: Governance and Reuse of XML Schema Artifacts Using an ebXML Registry & Repository, Farrukh Najmi, Wellfleet. Proposal and Presentation: PDF and Open Office 2.0 ZIP File.
    • 1:30 PM, Presentation 8: The Architecture Transition Framework (ATF), Satish Gattadahalli, EDS. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
    • 2:00 PM, Presentation 9: Paving the Bare Spots: Building the Enterprise-wide Defense Service Bus, Brad Cox, Binary Consulting. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
  • 2:30-2:45 PM, SHORT BREAK
  • Breakout Session Track 4: What are the Benefits? John Smith, Ventera, and CTO, IAC SOA Committee
    • 2:45 PM, Presentation 10: Accelerating Project Delivery by Leveraging SOA Principles, Michelle Davis, IONA Technologies, Inc. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
    • 3:15 PM, Presentation 11: Franchise Development, a Strategy for Reuse of Methods and SOA Components, Phil Magrogan, Lockheed Martin, and Steve Hufford, US EPA (Best Breakout Session Presentation). Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
    • 3:45 PM, Presentation 12: Governance Issues in SOA Migration, Dennis Smith, Carnegie Mellon. Proposal and Presentation: PowerPoint
    • Waitlist: 2. Melvin Greer, Lockheed Martin: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Modeling Via Reuse of Service Components. Proposal and Presentation: PDF.
  • 4:15-5 PM, CLOSING KEYNOTE, (in Auditorium)
  • 5-5:30 PM, Networking and Then Must Leave the Facility

David Webber Examples

See XML, ZIP, and JPEG files attached below


Tutorial #1, Tuesday, October 31st, 8:30 AM - 12 Noon:

Title: Migration of Legacy Components to an SOA

Audience: Managers and chief engineers who need to make decisions on migrating to SOAs.

Abstract: This tutorial discusses the potentials as well as the challenges of building an SOA and presents the issues of SOA-based system development from three perspectives: the application developer, the infrastructure developer, and the service provider. The needs and concerns of each of these participants, as well as the types of cross organizational communication patterns required for success are outlined. Uses of SOAs in DoD organization organizations are outlined with emphasis on issues of migration of legacy assets to SOAs and implications of SOAs for governance. The tutorial also identifies myths and facts that users have experienced in migrating to SOAs. Because there is a need for organizations to leverage the value of their legacy systems by exposing all or parts of it as services within an SOA, the concerns and needs of the service provider will be presented in greater detail. SMART, a method for making decisions on the migration of legacy assets as services within an SOA, that considers all three perspectives, will be presented. A case study using the method will provide a real world context for its applicability.

  • 1. SOAs
    • Brief overview of SOAs: definition, advantages and challenges.
    • The three perspectives of SOA development
    • Common misconceptions
  • 2. Pillars of SOA-Based System Development
    • Strategic approach
    • Technology evaluation
    • SOA governance
    • Change of mindset
  • 3. Migration to SOAs
    • Issues related to reuse and SOA characteristics
  • 4. SMART
    • Walk through the SMART process; code review and architecture reconstruction; example of application of SMART within DoD
  • 5. Conclusions and Next Steps

Instructor: Dennis Smith, Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute

Tutorial #2, Tuesday, October 31st, 1 - 4:15 pm:

Title: Approaches for Modeling SOAs within Existing Architecture Tools and Reference Models

Goal: Provide conference attendees with best practices and real world examples on the modeling of SOA within an agency’s architecture, using tools such as Metis and referencing the FEA reference models. Suggest guidelines for resolving ambiguities and offering transition pathways toward full SOA implementation.

Abstract: The terminology of Service Oriented Architecture remains complex and sometimes ambiguous. As agencies evolve toward the SOA model, terminologies and service definitions will become more specific and individual components will mature. Practical experience with the Metis implementation at EPA suggests a number of metamodel approaches and modeling SOPs to address such problems as:

  • Depicting both IT and business service components, and the relationships and dependencies between them
  • Handling ambiguities between IT service components, application modules, applications, and systems; alternatives for modeling migration of “candidate services” in a baseline architecture to full IT service components in a target architecture.
  • Evolving high-level services into a nested service modules with multiple levels of granularity
  • Suggest object types and relationships to support SOA modeling
  • Use of models to document data flows as part of SOAs
  • Mapping a variety of service types to the BRM and SRM, and suggested reference model extensions to handle them


  • Michael Alford, Principal, SRA International
  • Kevin Brett, SRA International

Special Recognitions and Tributes

Special Recognitions (see slides 32-38):

  • Best Presentation: David Linthicum (The Linthicum Group)
  • Best Agency SOA Application: Bob Brown (US Patent & Trademark Office)
  • Best Organization SOA Application: Alan Harbitter (Nortel Government Solutions) and David Webber (AC Technologies)
  • Best Exhibit: SOA CoP Demo Team
  • Best Breakout Session Presentation: Miko Matsumura (Infravio) and Steve Hufford (US EPA) and Phil Magrogan (Lockheed Martin)
  • Outstanding Contributions to the SICoP and the SOA CoP: Arun Majumdar (Cutter Consortium/VivoMind Intelligence)


  • Many thanks again for organizing such a fantastic event – so much to learn and follow!
  • Thanks again for coordinating and pulling of a very successful conference. I enjoyed the presentations and stimulating conversations thereafter.
  • Thank you for tackling such a timely topic.
  • This conference really demonstrated that SOA is "good Enterprise Architecture".
  • I really enjoyed participating in the program and the interaction with attendees.
  • You have really built up a universe of information in such a short time.
  • I understand the 2nd SOA-EGov Event was a rousing success! I really appreciate the foresight, leadership and persistence through this and so many other efforts.

Call for Presentation and Exhibiting Proposals

The Services-Oriented Architecture Community of Practice (SOA CoP) is soliciting participation in the Second SOA for E-Government Conference, October 30-31, 2006. We’d like to stress that we are not asking for proposals to accomplish work that has not already been done, rather, we are asking for products, services, results, etc. that are essentially in place.

Important Dates:

  • Proposals need to be submitted by August 18th and accepted proposals will be notified by August 25th (see File Attachments below).
  • The proposals should be submitted in a paper of no greater than two pages in Microsoft Word. Submissions should include the name of the organization, key technical points of contact, and the key users or audience, either Government or commercial organizations. Also, the proposal should include a description of what will be demonstrated or described along with needs for electrical power and Internet connectivity (including any special ports).
    • NOTE: Space limitiations does not permit us to have conventional booths or displays. Appropriate handouts are permitted and encouraged. See Exhibit Layout for this conference (room setup, poster size, etc.)
  • For accepted proposals, papers limited to 10 pages in Word or PDF format and/or presentation slides in PowerPoint or PDF up to 30 slides in length, must be submitted by October 27th and will appear in the Conference Proceedings.

Please contact Co-Chairs: Brand Niemann at Brand Niemann at niemann.brand@epa.gov or Greg Lomow at greg.lomow@bearingpoint.com with questions.

How to Submit:

Selection Criteria:

  • Relevance to the conference purposes and agenda topics (see below) and relevance to the SOA CoP as assessed by the Conference Planning Committee (Ali Arsanjani, IBM; Marc Halley, MITRE; Cory Casanave, Data Access Technologies; Joe Chiusano, Booz Allen Hamilton; Lois Fairclough, DoN CIO; Greg Lomow, Bearing Point and Co-chair; Chuck Mosher, MetaMatrix; Brand Niemann, US EPA and Co-Chair; Ron Schmelzer, Zapthink; and Rick Tucker, MITRE)
  • Selected participation will be featured in one or more of five ways:
    • (1) the October 10th, 12 NOON - 2 PM Poster-Vendor Session,
    • (2) the October 11th, Four Tracks in the Main Session:
      • Track 1: Real World SOA Experiences/Lessons Learned Being Organized by Ali Arsanjani
      • Track 2: SOA for Information Sharing Being Organized by Greg Lomow
      • Track 3: SOA and BPM, MDA, etc. Being Organized by Cory Casanave
      • Track 4: SOA and Metadata Being Organized by Chuck Mosher
    • (3) the Breakout Session
    • (4) the proceedings of the conference in the Wiki,
    • (5) special recognitions for excellence and innovation.


  • The paper should describe solutions you are building using SOA. One of the key objectives of this conference is to foster pilot projects and vendor implementations using the SOA Demo Strawman for which a Core Team has been formed lead by Cory Casanave to define the plan and refine the specification. See the SOA CoP Archive for details.


Monday, October 30, 2006, 12 Noon - 2 pm, Posters/Exhibitos (Table Space Numbers - Two per Table) As of October 23, 2006:

  • 1a. MITRE Hosts
  • 1b. MITRE Hosts
  • 2a. National Reconassiance Office
  • 2b. ZapThink
  • 3a. U.S. DOJ
  • 3b. U.S. PTMO
  • 4a. TBA
  • 4b. JackBe
  • 5a. Nortel Government Solutions
  • 5b. SRA International
  • 6a. Bearing Point
  • 6b. TBA
  • 7a. Kapow Technologies
  • 7b. Semantic Arts
  • 8a. Mercury
  • 8b. Reactivity
  • 9a. AR Technologies
  • 9b. AmberPoint
  • 10a. US EPA
  • 10b. Lockheed Martin
  • 11a. MetaMatrix
  • 11b. Sun
  • 12a. Booz Allen Hamilton
  • 12b. DynAccSys
  • 13a. Data Access Technologies
  • 13b. Data Access Technologies
  • 14a. IAC SOA Committee
  • 14b. IAC SOA Committee
  • 15a. IAC SOA Committee
  • 15b. IAC SOA Committee
  • Not Requested Yet - Overflow in Auditorum: DARPA-NIST, BEA Systems, Merlin International, Infravio, Wellfleet, EDS, Binary Consulting, IONA Technologies, Inc., DynAccSys


Date & Location: October 30-31, 2006, at The MITRE Corporation, McLean, Virginia, MITRE-1 Building Auditorium, 7515 Colshire Drive McLean, VA 22102-7508. See Map. Please follow signs to the East and West Parking Lots and enter by the Conference Center Entrance.

MITRE Shuttle Bus: Service available from the West Falls Church Metro Station starting at 6:40 a.m., continuing every 20 minutes, and last bus from MITRE at 5:40 p.m. Drop off at MITRE 1 and 2 (come to the back of MITRE 1 for entrance)

Registration: Closed - see Registrants

Presentors/Exhibitors: Database and Layout

Accomodations: A list of hotels in the Tyson's Corner area is available for download.

Remote Access: Conference numbers (8 a.m - 5 p.m both days) - Washington area: 703-983-6338, Boston area: 781-271-6338, and Toll-free: 866-648-7367 Passcodes: Main Session Both Days (XXXXX), Tutorial 2nd Day (XXXX), and Breakout Session 2nd Day (XXXXXX). Overseas callers will need to call the DC or Boston number.

  • IMPORTANT NOTE 1: For those of you calling in by telephone PLEASE mute your phones when you are not intending to speak. Also, PLEASE do not place your telephone line on hold, because some phone systems will play "music" when you do so.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE 2: Based on our experiences with telephone callers in previous conferences, we still find that we get undesirable background sounds and side chat from those who call in. This interferes with the conduct of the conference. The result is that the AV crew mutes all teleconference callers until the end of each speaker's presentation, when we open up for questions from the audience (wherever they may be).
  • IMPORTANT NOTE 3: We will also be using a shared screen feature of our MeetingPlace remote access capability for this event. You will be able to see the presentations and progression from slide to slide, and listen through your web browser. Here's info about how to access this feature:
    • TO ATTEND THE WEB CONFERENCE AND THEN JOIN WITH AUDIO: Go to: http://audioconference.mitre.org. Sign in as a Guest or with your MITRE MeetingPlace User ID, and click on Attend Meeting.
    • Accept any security warnings you receive and wait for the Meeting Room to initialize.
    • Visit http://audioconference.mitre.org/test/ to test your web browser for compatibility with the web conference.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE 4: The MeetingPlace telephone call-in and the shared screen capability will be initiated no later than 8:15 am each day. In any case, our fallback is for remote participants to call the telephone conference number listed above and then follow along with the briefings on the conference agenda web site. (FYI only for those within MITRE: This conference will be videostreamed (again, only within MITRE) at MII Fast Jump: MMC.)
  • IMPORTANT NOTE 5: If you have any questions or problems, please call Rick Tucker, Senior Principal Enterprise Architect, MITRE, on his cell 703-336-2492. We will not be able to monitor the messages sent online within the MeetingPlace web application.


In Person (308) As of October 25, 2006:

Remote Participants As of October 25, 2006 (28) (see below):

Salwa Abdul-Rauf
Deedee Akeo 
Michael Alford
Khalid Alvi
Owen Ambur
Dave Anderson
Sonia Antypas
Ali Arsanjani
William Bain
Christopher Ball
Ronald Bass
John Beatty
Karl Becker
Steve Behm
Michelle Bei
Daniel Bentz
David Bernstein
Michael Bienvenu
Christopher Biow
John Blachere
Keith Boadway
Nathan Bokil
Terry Boschert
Kevin Brett
William Brindley
Deborah Brooks
Bob Brown
Chris Brown
Debbie Brown
Reginald Brown
Ajay Budhraja
David Butler
Edwin Butterworth
Hyuk Byun
Don Cain
Robert Cain
John Callahan
Cory Casanave
Jennifer Castello
Sam Ceccola
Peter Chan
Vic Chauhan
Ta-Jen (TJ) Chen
Joseph Chiusano
Doug Clark
Tom Clarke
Drew Cohen
Eric Cohen
Ronald Cook
Phil Cooke
Rosy Cordova
Joseph Cotton
Charles Cowan 
Brad Cox 
Mark Crayton 
Glenn Cruickshank 
Daniel Curry
Kevin Curtis
Chris Daniels
Amit Daswani
Michelle Davis
Chris Demory
Rajesh Dhanaraj
Tom Digre
Kathy DiMaggio
Paul Diorio
Raymond Dolgert
Brian Doyle
Anne Drissel
Frank Dunkerson
Sukumar Dwarkanath
Rik Ebbesen
Robert Ellinger
David Ellis
Gregory Ellis
Steve Else
Lois Fairclough
Scott Fairholm
Henry Fakhari
Dietrich Falkenthal
John Feid 
Tom Formhals
Mary Fox
Srinivas Ganta
Prathibha Gattadahalli
Satish Gattadahalli
Joel Gladding
Larry Gloss
Nicole Gong
Kael Goodman
Susan Gragg
Bob Green
Robert Green
Melvin Greer
Joi Grieg
Darryl Gunn
Grant Gustafson
Marc Halley
Carl Hallinan
Wally Hamdi
Nicholas Hamisevicz
Alan Harbitter
Robert Harrington
David Harvey
Harry Hassinger
Glenn 'Randy' Hatfield
Deborah Hawley
Tushar Hazra
Lee Hein
Patrick Heinig
Nathan Hellem
Bridgette Herndon
William Hooper
Stephen Hufnagel
Robert Hughes
Stephen Irmo
Patrice Isbell
Michele Iversen
Arnold Jackson
Joab Jackson
Anil John
Larry Johnson
Mark Johnson
Timothy Johnson
Michael Jolly
Scott Jordan
Mark Joscelyne
Muhannad Kanaan
Kass Kassebaum
Jaya Kathuria
Nilesh Kawane
Patrick Kennedy
William Kerns
Navid Keshavarz-Nia
Mohamed Keshk
Frank Kidd
Benjamin Kinard
Sam Kneppar
Kim Kok
Cliff Kottman
Alexandra Kuscher
John Landers
Bruce Lang
Andrew Lasko
David Layton
Chongeun Lee
James Lee
David Li
George Liao
James Lindley
David Linthicum
Carlo Lipizzi
Greg Lomow
Frank Lu
Triet Lu
Kevin Lynch
Paul Macias
Phil Magrogan
Shadat Mahmud
Jackie Mai
Arun Majumdar
Dan Malks
Manoj Mansukhani
Sandeep Maripuri
Tom Massie
Robert Mattox
Aaron Mazzatenta
Dave McComb
Andy McEachron
Anthony McKinney
Bridgette Mederios
Walcelio Melo
Tom Merkle
Alyson Miller
Bruce Miller
Lisa Miller
Sandy Milliken
Michael Mohler
Victoria Moore
Rosie Morales
Laila Moretto
Kenneth Moser
Chuck Mosher
Ken Mullins
David Nachtsheim
Stephan Nadeau
Farrukh Najmi
Franklin Narvaez
Quyen Nguyen
David Nicholson
Brand Niemann, Sr.
Brand Niemann, Jr.
Asghar Noor
Devon Nugent
Terrence O'Connell
Steve Olding
Nancy Orvis
Bill Ott
Alfred Ouyang
Joseph Pantella
Bob Parks
Edward Parks
Steve Parson
Morgan Pastore
Alex Pavlak
Bill Perlowitz
William Perry
Frank Petroski
Deborah Phillips
Joel Phillips
Lester Picot
John Polgreen
Lex Poot
Vikram Prabhu
Raju Prasannappa
Caroline Price
Michael Priddy
Erik Pupo
Kimberly Rabe
Stuart Rabinowitz
Sudhir Rana
Divya Rao
Kim Rappold
Rich Reba
Michael Reed
Sally Reising
Carolyn Rice
Jonathan Rich
Gail Ricketts
Chris Rittmuller
Sean Robertson
Anthony Rosati
John Rosenbaum
Hardi Rosner
John Salasin
Saumya Sanyal
W. Jacob Satterfield
Marie Savoy
Ron Schmelzer
Daniel Schmidt
Todd Schneider
Bradley Schoener
Frederick Schulz
Carolyn Scott
Robert Seay
Edwin Seidewitz
Ahmad Shabon
Enayet Shabon
Chris Shafer
Amit Shah
Ronald Sherwin
Chandler Sirmons
John Skibinski
Bradley Smith
Dennis Smith
John Smith
Lee Smith
Denis Stasulis
Jennifer Stavros-Turner
Derek Stephenson
John Stromp
Tom Sullivan
Ravi Sundaram
Kirby Sutton
William Sweet
Ravi Tallapragada
Manuel Tayas
JT Taylor
Tom Termini
Clarke Thomason
Charles Thornburg
Robert Toloczko
Andrew Townley
Christopher Traver
Scott Tucker
Susan Turnbull
Dale Tuttle
John Tyler
Emily Tzang
Allyson Ugarte
Howard Ungar
Bill Vajda
Brian Valletta
Michelle VanBuren
Kamaljit Verma
Timothy Vibbert
Kathy Villani
Adam Vincent
Christopher Voorhees
Steve Walker
Robert Ward
Dave Webber
John Weiland
Wade Wells
Timothy West
Peter Westcott
Doug Whall
James Whitehead
John Williams
Nicole Willis
David Wiseman
Michael Woods
Chung Wu
Chan Yoon
Marie Zeimetz
Yan Zhao
Naijun Zhou
Mike Zoracki

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