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Carl M. Burnett

(240) 696-1906


Information technology professional with specialization in web development, web services, project management, business intelligence analytics, and geospatial data management.


Faculty Associate - 2007 to Present

Montgomery Community College, Information Technology Institute, Rockville, MD

Part-time faculty associate for Montgomery County Workforce Development program and computer technology skill development training. Teaching concentrations include: Microsoft Applications - Word, Excel, Power BI applications, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Project, SharePoint Services. Internet technologies: RWD, HTML5, JavaScript, CSS3, jQuery, XML, ASP, WordPress. Social Media Applications: LinkedIn , Twitter, YouTube, Facebook. IDE competencies include: Visual Studio, WebMatrix2, Dreamweaver CC, and various CMS systems. Computer programming language competencies include JavaScript, SQL, PHP, C++, VB, IPL, Prolog, LISP, SAS.

Practitioner Faculty - 2004 to 2012

Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School, Baltimore, MD

Part-time practitioner faculty for undergraduate and graduate information technology programs in the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Graduate and undergraduate teaching concentrations include Information Systems (design, development, implementation, maintenance, and analysis); E-Commerce; Project Management; Internet Multimedia; Computer Program Design; Service Oriented Architecture and Blue Ocean Strategy. Graduate program teaching concentrations include Information Security Architecture and Assurance; E-Commerce Security; and Service Oriented Architecture Security.

Associate - 2003 to 2004

Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., McLean, VA

Staff Associate for Principal Deputy Asssitant Secretary of the Army (PDASA)

Personal staff associate for concepts and analysis of personnel programs directed by the PDASA. Concepts and analysis included Medical Holdover program for combat disabled soldiers injured during Operation Enduring Freedom (Afganistan) and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Program Manager for U.S. Army Combat Related Special Compensation Program

Project Manager for establishment and operations of $10 M U.S. Army Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC) program. Program office included 6 Military, 22 Booz Allen Associates, 2 ASE professional staff and 40 Kelly Professional staff. Included design, development, implementation, and maintenance of $3.5 million enterprise information management system for operations center. Congressionally mandated program that compensates U.S. Army retired personnel who have direct combat related disabilities. Project Manger for expanded Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC) for all disability rating levels (450,000 eligible U.S. Army retirees). Developed approved program budget authority for FY 2005 U.S. Army CRSC program budget of $22 M.

U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers - 1973 to 1994

Chief Warrant Officer


Master of Science, Information and Telecommunication Systems 2003

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Bachelor of Science – Information Systems 2002

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

National Association of Securities Dealers (Series 63) 1998

State Securities Law Exam, New York, NY

Associates of Science 1977

Excelsior College, Albany, NY

University of Virginia 1975

Alexandria, Virginia Certificate - Instructional Systems Design


Emergency Managers Operations Course 1993(FEMA Certification)

US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Shafter, Hawaii

Warrant Officer Advanced Course 1982

U.S. Army Ordinance School, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland

Motor Officers Course 1980

Sixth Army, Vilsek Army Training Center, U.S. Army, Federal Republic of Germany

Facilities Engineer Management Course 1979

Honor Graduate, US Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Nuclear Power Plant Operations and Maintenance Course 1976

Certification – Third Class Nuclear Reactor Operator (Electrical)

US Army, Nuclear Power Plant School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Instructional Systems Design and Development 1973

US Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Instructors Course 1973

US Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Turbine Power Generation Systems Course 1973

Distinguished Military Graduate

US Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Power Generation (Precise Power) Course 1973

Distinguished Military Graduate

US Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Gas Engine Power Generation Course 1973

Distinguished Military Graduate

US Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia


US Army Warrant Officers Association (USAWOA) 1976 to Present


Alpha Iota Mu – International Honor Society for Information Management 2002

Golden Key International Honor Society 2001

Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society 1999

Governor of Hawaii - Certificate of Recognition (Hurricane Iniki) 1993

Hawaii State Government, Honolulu, Hawaii

Federal Emergency Management Agency - Certificate of Recognition 1993

(Typhoon Omar, Hurricane’s Iniki and Andrew)

Federal Emergency Management Agency, Region IX, Honolulu, Hawaii

Defense Meritorious Service Medal 1978

(Enewetok Atoll Nuclear Cleanup), Defense Nuclear Agency, Pentagon, Washington, DC

References available upon request.

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