W. Scott BradleyORG Brookhaven National Laboratory Title BIO Scott Bradley possesses over 25 years IT management experience in government and industry. Currently serving as the Manager of Network Operations and Voice Services at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Mr. Bradley manages a local network environment supporting over 15,000 computing devices, an internal telephone system supporting over 4000 subscribers, and multiple state of the art video teleconferencing facilities. Most notably, Mr. Bradley is responsible for the design and management of the BNL's global networking infrastructure supporting the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) ATLAS collaboration, providing multiple-gigabit data streams originating from CERN, Switzerland and serving the US ATLAS collaboration nationwide.
Also active in the nation-wide IT efforts of the Department of Energy, Mr. Bradley has served as the chairman of the DOE's Energy Sciences Site Coordinating Committee, a governing body of network engineers charged with providing oversight and technical advice in the management of DOE's networking infrastructure. Mr. Bradley, for 3.5 years, also represented the Department of Energy as the co-chair of Internet2's "Joint Techs" conferences, a semi-annual conference of network engineers from the nation-wide academic and scientific communities intended to plan and deploy the nation's next-generation networks.
Prior to his tenure at Brookhaven National Laboratory, Mr. Bradley has managed the national networking environments for commercial companies providing teleconferencing and outsourced data storage services, and also served as an IT Officer in the United States Marine Corps, reaching the rank of Major. During his tenure as a Marine Mr. Bradley served in multiple command and staff positions in Marine Corps IT organizations, where he planned and supported tactical IT systems in support of numerous NATO and allied deployments, to include service as a Communications Company Commander during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
Mr. Bradley's academic and professional credentials include a M.S. Degree in Information Technology from Johns Hopkins University, PMP certification from the Project Management Institute, CISSP certification from ISC(2), and ITIL Foundation Certification.
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Time 07/16/12 04:10PM-04:30PM