NDIA Members Earn Configuration and Data Management Certification

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NDIA Members Earn Configuration and Data Management Certification


Northrop Grumman Corp. and L-3 Communications employees were the 2006 leaders in the Technical Information Division Configuration and Data Management certification and apprentice program.

For the year, Northrop Grumman had 25 successful candidates, and L-3 Communications had 21. In most cases, the two companies supported their staff by providing the training and cost of examinations. This resulted in many of their CDM staff achieving the coveted professional status as an National Defense Industrial Association Certified Configuration and Data Manager or NDIA Certified Configuration and Data Specialist.

All candidates were required to successfully complete a comprehensive examination to become certified. The exam high scorers were Virginia B. Sauers of Northrop Grumman for the CDM manager level exam and Laura K. Lindberg of Northrop Grumman for the CDM specialist level exam.

All successful certification and apprentice candidates are listed below for each level achieved.

CERTIFIED CONFIGURATION AND DATA MANAGER

Cathy W. Andersen, L-3 Communications

Cheryl Anderson, BAE Systems

John Brigand, Lockheed Martin Corp.

J. Philip Culver, JT3, LLC

Maria L. Everson, JT3, LLC

Bob Griffin, L-3 Communications

Robert Gong, Northrop Grumman Corp.

Randal L. Ground, L-3 Communications

Robert D. Hodges, Sverdrup Corp.

Dcrek Hyhorskyj, BAE-Selex Sensor Systems

Bonnie Johnson, General Dynamics

Timothy D. Karcher, US Army ARDEC

Franklin R. Lamm, JT3 - Arcata Associates

Debra S. Laux, DKI Consulting

Dave A, Maxwell, Northrop Grumman Surveillance Systems

Mark S. McQueen, JT3, LLC

Stephen Craig Murray, BAE - Selex Sensor Systems

Howard Brace Nicholas, EDO/EVI

Timothy P. Nissley, Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine

Joseph M. Notaro, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems

Thomas G. P. Nunley, JT3 - Arcata Associates

George F. Quinn, Jr., Boeing Co.

Russell C. Robbins, Northrop Grumman Corporation

Paul T. J. Rogers, L-3 Communications

Virginia B. Sauers, Northrop Grumman Surveillance Systems

Jack R. Selander, Jr., L-3 Communications

James Smith, BAE Systems

Kenneth L. Strauss, Northrop Grumman Ship Systems

Stephen A. Townsend, Boeing Co.

Joanne R. Wilson, Boeing Co.

Desiree W. Wmg, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems

CERTIFIED CONFIGURATION AND DATA SPECIALIST

Victoria Chavez, Northrop Grumman Surveillance Systems

Patricia D'Aprix, Northrop Grumman Corp. …

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