Peter Kind is a Research Staff Member and Director, Computer Science Study Panel, at the Institute for Defense Analyses
Institute for Defense Analyses,
Historic Pohick Church Foundation,
1st Signal Brigade Association
US Government, Sarcos, Information Systems, Command,
Control, Communications and Computers, U.S. Army
Harvard Business School|
Lead studies and analyses over broad range of national security problems, facilitate academic research in support of Defense agencies and Defense industries, lead assessment teams and conduct senior review of significant studies and projects. The Institute for Defense Analyses is a Federally Funded Research and Development Corporation chartered by Congress to support the Department of Defense.
President, Historic Pohick Church Foundation
January 2013 – Present (3 years 8 months) 9301 Richmond Highway, Lorton VA 22079
Non-profit corporation that was established in 1983 for the purpose of maintaining and restoring the historic Pohick Church building. George Washington and George Mason served on the Vestry overseeing the church, including construction of the current building 1769-1774, collection of taxes, education and support for the poor. George Mason completed the construction 1771-1774 after the death of Undertaker (Contractor) Daniel French.
Chairman of the Board
1st Signal Brigade Association: 2002 – Present (14 years)
My responsibilities include chairing quarterly board meetings, planning biennial veterans reunions and charitable gifts, and nominating officers and directors.
Director, White House Y2K Information Coordination Center
Chairman of the Board
US Government 1999 – 2000 (1 year)
Created and directed White House Information Coordination Center for the Millennium Rollover. Created and maintained business rules, software, operations center coordination and press briefing facilities supporting information sharing and coordination within 37 Federal government and NGO activities, State and local government and key components of the private sector.
Sr Vice President and CIO Sarcos
November 1994 – January 1998 (3 years 3 months)
Innovative research and cross domain products in telemedicine, drug delivery, virtual reality, MEMS, robotics and entertainment
Information Systems, Command, Control, Communications and Computers, U.S. Army
1992 – 1994 (2 years)
Responsible for planning, policy, budgeting and oversight of all U.S. Army communications and computer support world-wide, Deputy Army Acquisition Executive for communications and automation programs, lead Army participant with external activities for all communications and automation activities, supervise Army Artificial Intelligence Center,
Lieutenant General US Army: 1961 – 1994 (33 years)
My responsibilities included supervision of all communications and information technology development, acquisition, operations and maintenance for the United States Army.
Chief of Signal US Army Signal Corps: 1990 – 1991 (1 year)
My responsibilities as Chief of Signal was to lead the education, training and doctrine of U.S. Army soldiers. As Commander of Fort Gordon, Georgia, I also was responsible for high maintenance training of Air Force, Navy and Marines.