(804) 601 - 0206 GREGORY C. WAEHNER firstname.lastname@example.org
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond (Federal Reserve IT), Richmond, VA 2010 – Present
National IT Program Management Office, Sr. Manager - Enterprise Programs/Projects
(Reorganizations: Enterprise Program Management 2010 - 2012; OCISO National Information Security Programs 2012 - 2017; National IT PMO 2017)
- Responsible for the full lifecycle of and/or recovery of mission critical, enterprise projects and Programs for the Federal Reserve System to deliver benefits for the System. Manages and develops geographically dispersed, matrixed- and direct reporting team members ranging from 6 to 20 resources.
Responsible for facilitating Cybersecurity resiliency and maturity risk assessments for the CISO including FFIEC, NIST CSF, and CERT CRR. Assessments leveraged a hybrid methodology combining peer reviews and Scrum-based velocity. Assessments ranged from 5 to 12 scrum teams.
Responsible for the credentialing initiative for the US Department of Treasury Fiscal Service as part of HSPD-12. The Program established an outsourced service with an external provider certified with the Federal Bridge, enrolled over 1,000 Applicants, and deployed required software and hardware to Subscribers and Local Registration Authorities at Reserve Banks. This Program also integrated PIV and PIV-I credentials for authentication with multiple boundary and application authentication platforms and revocation checking methods.
Recovered and delivered a Program that designed and implemented a single standardized Access Model with Reporting and Certification capabilities to complement an automated build and configuration drift recovery across multiple platforms.
Responsible for the concurrent Web Access Management and Directory Services platform technology refresh and modernization for mission critical Auction services while maintaining operational and market stability. This service provides approximately 2/3 of Federal Government debt financing held in Treasury bills, notes, and bonds ($7 trillion in 2015).
Recovered and delivered a Program that implemented a new Certificate Authority compliant with NIST guidance, an Identity middleware platform and provisioning capabilities integrated into the Business Line’s application providing the enrollment for all Depository Institutions working with the Federal Reserve.
Recovered and delivered the organization’s #1 IT Priority in response to the Credit Market Crisis and Board of Governors (BoG) policy. The Program integrated data from existing applications and business lines spanning 5 Reserve Banks.