User:Johntieso

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Mr. Tieso has had a long and distinguished record of achievement in assisting clients to effect desired change and improvement in organizations. He was formerly Deputy Director, Functional Process Improvement in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence) and a principal in development of the C4ISR Architecture, and was a principal in developing the DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF).

Since his retirement, he has had several important assignments in enterprise and enterprise-level segment architecture development; publishing "Avoiding False Mirrors", a well-received volume on process improvement and change in learning organizations.

- Managed the effort at the Defense Information Systems Agency to create a Technical Segment Architecture that conformed to the Federal Segment Architecture Methodology, supervising five staff in that effort with a budget of $1.8M.
- Designated the Task Manager/ Chief Architect developing the Enterprise Management Decision Support System (EMDS) at Headquarters, Department of the Army, G-3/5/7 with a staff of 19 and a budget of $7M.
- Established John Tieso LLC in late, 2011, located in Arlington VA. He is available for short-term tasks and consulting opportunities in strategic planning and direction, management of change, and data design and management.
- Teaches at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, in the College of Business and Economics (Undergraduates), and in the College of Arts & Sciences (Graduate Students). His course offerings include Systems Analysis and Design, Enterprise Architecture, Data Management, and Quantitative Analysis. 

Tieso is active in several technical and social publications, and is the author of several terrorism-related novels since 2005. In addition, he periodically contributes articles and papers on terrorism and globalization. He is presently working on a volume covering leadership development in small firms.

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