William Edward Rouck, PMP

Location: Northern Virginia
 
Education
 
Master of Science, Information Systems Technology

The George Washington University
Washington, D.C. May, 2000

   
Bachelor of Business Administration, Concentration in Computer Information Systems

James Madison University
Harrisonburg, Virginia. May, 1993

 
Work Experience
 

Software Developer - January 1999 to present. User Technology Associates, Arlington, Virginia (contract position with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Washington, D.C. through 09/2003), followed by Principal and Fellow at Citizant Inc., Chantilly, Virginia through 02/2014), followed by Sevatec Inc., Fairfax, Virginia (to present).

 
  • Design and develop web-based, data-driven systems and administer databases for FHWA financial management system and Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) project evaluation effort. Develop and administer the Financial Management System, in use by all program offices of the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) Federal Highway Administration.

Tools and technologies used: ASP.NET, C#, ASP Classic, VBScript, MS SQL Server 2012/2005/2000, Visual Studio 2013/2005, Git, IIS, Database modeling tools (PowerDesigner, ERwin), Seagate Analysis, Adobe DreamWeaver, Fireworks, Flash and Photoshop.

  • Following training in SEI’s Introduction to Capability Maturity Model® Integration (CMMI®)-Systems Engineering/Software Engineering, serve on appraisal team using the SEI’s Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPISM), resulting in successful SEI Level 2 maturity rating.

  • Design and program Client/Server financial management system and administer databases for USDOT ITS Joint Program Office.

Tools and technologies used: Borland Delphi, Interbase Database Server, SQL, Windows 2000 Server, XML

 
Senior Software Developer, May 1997 to January 1999, Maden Technologies, Arlington, Virginia.
 
  • Design and program Client/Server financial management system and administer databases for USDOT ITS Joint Program Office.

Tools and technologies used: Borland Delphi, Interbase Database Server, SQL, Windows 2000 Server, XML

  • Design and program network connectivity components of project tracking system to manage ITS projects. Manage client deployment on national wide-area network.

Tools and technologies used: Borland Delphi, Paradox, Windows NT LAN

 

Senior Program Analyst - January 1997 to May 1997, Dynamic Technology Systems Incorporated, Alexandria, Virginia.

  

Design and program Client/Server database systems using Borland Delphi. Design applications to operate against Oracle Workgroup Server and Borland InterBase database servers.

Tools used: Borland Delphi, Oracle, Borland Interbase, SQL.

 

Program Analyst - May 1993 to January 1997, United States Patent and Trademark Office, Arlington, Virginia.

  

Design and develop inventory tracking systems. Manage software development using Systems Development Life Cycle. Create automated systems to accomplish business process reengineering goals.

Tools used: dBASE IV, Borland Delphi.

Professional Certifications
 

Project Management Professional (Project Management Institute PMP), gained September 2009 and current through September 2018

 
Other Skills and Interests
 

Version control systems, graphics tools (GIMP, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Visio), Open Source Software, Software Development Life Cycle, Linux server and workstation administration, CASE tools including PowerSoft DataArchitect and Visio.

 
Honors and Awards
 

Citizant Star Award, 2010. Citizant's highest award given annually to one employee for superlative professional, technical and business contributions to their professional discipline and the company.

Citizant On the Spot Award, 2006, 2007, 2010

Citizant Team Award, 2005

Citizant Excellence Award, 2004

Special Achievement Award, United States Department of Commerce for Fiscal Year 1992

Dean's List, James Madison University, 1992 - 1993

 
Publications 
   
  Interviewed for The PM Podcast Episode 135: "How to Study for the PMP Exam and Pass," published December 19, 2009. Podcast link.
   
  Introduction to SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine. TechnicalLead.com, Inc. Computer-based training video, published May 2004.
   
  Time Stamp, GPL, open-source time tracking and expense utility. Published on numerous software download sites and shareware CD-ROMs. http://www.syntap.com/products_timestamp.htm .
   
  "MSDE 2000 Installation How-To". Syntap Software: May 28 2003. Article link.
   
  "Freeware Component Review: The Internet Component Suite". Delphi Developer: June 1998: 14-15. PDF copy.
   
  "Paradox: A Cheap Alternative to Client/Server?" Delphi Developer: Dec. 1997:9-12. PDF copy.
   
  "Freeware Component Review: The Delphi VCL Extensions (RX) Library". Delphi Developer: Nov. 1997: 9-12. PDF copy.
   
  The MIDI Primer, automated tutorial published on Arizona Macintosh Users Group CD-ROM "BBS In a Box X" and National Education Macintosh Users Group CD-ROMs.