Bruce D. Wyman Company

Since 1988


Providing Strategic Business Planning Services to small businesses and associations, both for- and non-profit, to help them leverage their use of their scarce resources: time, funds, and effort.


"If you don't know where you are going, any road will take you there." *


Resume of Bruce D. Wyman, M.S., CMQ/OE, CQIA, ECGB


Bruce D. Wyman is President of the Bruce D. Wyman Company, which, since 1988, has provided Strategic Business Planning support to small businesses and associations. Since 2000, the company has also provided Quality management consulting and Quality training. Mr. Wyman currently (since October 2001) is Chief Operations Research for Northrop Grumman Information Technology A&AS support to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). For three years he was the Functional Area Director managing all support to the DTRA Advanced Systems and Concepts Office (ASCO). For 15 years, Mr. Wyman, was a research staff member (Senior Operations Research Analyst) and manager at ANSER (Analytic Services Inc.) supporting the Air Force Secretariat for Weapon Systems Acquisition. As a member of that 700-person public service research institute, he worked on and led a task team for two and one half years supporting new Air Force Acquisition Reform strategic planning and implementation efforts--the Acquisition and Sustainment Reinvention Process--institutionalizing corporate-wide redesign of acquisition processes for the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition) and the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Management Policy and Program Integration).


For two years, Mr. Wyman served ANSER as Manager of the Resources and Policies Division (RPD). This division, ANSER's largest with 42 direct-report subordinates, was disestablished in April 1998. He managed support to a variety of clients in the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition) Directorate of Global Reach (SAF/AQQ) and in the organization of the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Management Policy and Program Integration) (SAF/AQX). He also managed several ID/IQ delivery order contracts for Air Force Studies and Analyses Agency (AFSAA) and Army Modeling and Simulation Office (AMSO & DUSA(OR)); and led corporate business development efforts for a new environmental sector thrust. For six years (one year concurrently with being RPD Manager), he led a team providing analytic, development, and tracking support to program integration and congressional affairs activities related to all Air Force acquisition programs. For five years prior, he provided cost reporting, tracking, and analysis support for Air Force ICBM modernization programs and financial tracking and analysis support for Air Force acquisition programs. He also provided support to the tracking and review of Air Force systems' nuclear survivability specifications.


Prior to his joining ANSER, Mr. Wyman served in a variety of active duty United States Navy afloat and headquarters positions. For five years he served as Head, Trends and Analysis Section, for the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower, Personnel, and Training). He is experienced in the analysis, operation, and evaluation of military manpower, personnel, and training (MPT) management information and decision support systems. He also has detailed experience in long-range and strategic planning for manpower, personnel, and training. In addition, he has in-depth experience in naval propulsion; industrial repair facility activities; and destroyer and mobile logistics support forcesí operations afloat. Mr. Wyman also teaches a 16-hour course "Basics of Quality: Continuing Professional Education & ASQ CQIA Certification Preparation."


Mr. Wyman is a senior member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ); a Past President and a Past Trustee of the Washington Chapter of INFORMS (WINFORMS)[formerly the Washington Operations Research/Management Science Council]; a past Professional Member of the World Future Society (WFS); and a member of the Military Operations Research Society (MORS). He is an ASQ Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE), an ASQ Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA) and achieved full certification as a full Expert Choice Green Belt. He holds a Master of Science degree in Operations Research from the United States Naval Postgraduate School (Monterey, CA) and a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Naval Academy (Annapolis, MD).


Training includes:
Customer-Focused Management: Tools for Increasing Value, Loyalty, and Profit - Hammer and Company, Inc. - November 1998
Managing the Process-Centered Enterprise: Principles and Practices - Hammer and Company, Inc. - February 1999
ASQ Certified Quality Manager Examination Preparation - Jan - Mar 2000
Presenting Data and Information - Edward Tufte - May 2000
Implementing Massive Change: Coordination, Communication, and Campaign Management - Hammer and Company, Inc. - May 2000

Teaching includes:
Certified Quality Manager Examination Preparation - Aug 2000
Certified Quality Improvement Associate Examination Preparation - Dec 2000 - Jan 2001
Certified Quality Improvement Associate Examination Preparation - Apr - May 2001
Certified Quality Improvement Associate Examination Preparation - Apr 2002

Other Activities include:
66th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Co-Chair, Working Group 26 (Analysis of Alternatives) - July 1998
67th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Co-Chair, Working Group 26 (Analysis of Alternatives) - June 1999
Article - "A New Acquisition Reform Culture for the Air Force" - Program Manager magazine, Jan/Feb 99, pg 62
68th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Co-Chair, Working Group 26 (Analysis of Alternatives) - June 2000
World Future Society Annual Conference - July 2000
69th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Acting Chair, Working Group 26 (Analysis of Alternatives) - June 2001
World Future Society Annual Conference - July 2001
70th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Chair, Working Group 26 (Analysis of Alternatives) - June 2002
World Future Society Annual Conference, Planning Committee - July 2002
71st Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Chair, Working Group 26 (Analysis of Alternatives) - June 2003
72nd Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Co-Chair, Composite Group E (Acquisition) - June 2004
World Future Society Annual Conference - July 2004
"Expert Choice Green Belt Model Report," Northrop Grumman Information Technology Internal Report - January 2006
73rd Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Chair, Composite Group E (Acquisition) - June 2005
Presentation and paper co-author - "The Best of Both Worlds: Combining Equity 3 and Integer Programming to Allocate Resources" - INFORMS Annual Meeting - October 2004 - Session WC32 Resource Allocation and Planning
World Future Society Annual Conference - July 2005
18th ASQ Quality Management Division Conference - March 2006
74th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Chair, Composite Group E (Acquisition) - June 2006
19th ASQ Quality Management Division Conference - March 2007
75th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Coordinator, Navy and Marine Corps Sponsor Special Sessions - June 2007
20th ASQ Quality Management Division Conference - February 2008
Military Operations Research Society Workshop, Planning Committee & Participant, "The Impact of Emerging Societies on National Security" - April 2008
76th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Coordinator, Joint Staff, OSD(PA&E), Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps Sponsor Special Sessions - June 2008



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