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Raymond Curts

Raymond Curts: Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor

Email: rcurts@gmu.edu


Raymond J. Curts, Ph.D. is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Information Sciences and Technology.

Dr. Raymond J. Curts, CDR, USN, (Ret.) is currently a consultant providing Information Technology, Information Assurance and Proposal Development services in the Federal Government sector.  Previously, he worked with ENX Group, Inc. supporting ASW Mission Capability Architecture and ASW Data Model development for the Program Executive Office, Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS).  Prior to that he supported the Director of National Intelligence, Chief Information Officer (DNI CIO) as a senior member of the Director’s Strategic Planning Group while employed by Science Applications International (SAIC).  Earlier he worked for CommIT Enterprise, Inc. as the Director of Information Technology and Senior Scientist assisting in the development of Enterprise Command & Control (EC2) policy, processes, procedures, and assessment methodologies through support to the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration (ASD(NII)), Office of the Director of C2 Policy.  During this time Dr. Curts also served as the Deputy Program Manager for the Continuity Communications Enterprise Architecture (CCEA) sponsored by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP).

Research interests include Federal IT Policy, IT Security / Information Assurance, Systems Engineering, Enterprise Architecture, Interoperability, and Risk / Threat / Vulnerability Assessment.

Dr. Curts earned his Ph.D. in Information Technology at George Mason University, a M.A. in Management and Business Administration at Webster University, and his B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering at the University of Illinois.