A Portfolio Manager and Senior Systems Engineer at CSCI since 2006, Mr. Lance Hoyt serves as the Contract Program Manager for a large government contract for Integrated Air and Missile Defense. He is responsible for coordinating with Corporate, Accounting, Human Resources, Technical Team Leads, and Government leadership to meet programmatic and security requirements specified in the contracted Statement of Work. Mr. Hoyt manages technical tasking and manpower expenditures for the total contract effort that includes two subcontractor teams.
Tasked not only with ensuring timely and accurate submission of monthly Contract Status and Management Reports, Mr. Hoyt also compiles and briefs Interim Program Reviews as required and demonstrates that CSCI is managing the contract within fiscal constraints while executing task requirements. Mr. Hoyt provided oversight for the completion of a significant construction and capability upgrade to a secure facility and manages several other contracts spanning security support, information assurance and technology, and aviation weapon/mission management systems. He is responsible for the training and management of 40+ employees.
Since being authorized more than 11 years ago, Mr. Hoyt has supported the F-35 Joint Program Office as a government-designated Deputy Program Manager and Systems Engineer. Using his operational experience as a USMC F/A-18 aviator and mission planner, he provided vital insights into mission planning requirements; analyzed operator integration of multiple weapon systems; and assisted in the development and assessment of the architecture for the full range of the F-35 mission capabilities. He was responsible for the development of multi-year budget forecasts and product development and the development and delivery activities for both hardware and software products and monthly activity reports. Mr. Hoyt routinely briefed production and financial performance status during recurring top-level F-35 program management reviews to joint government and industry senior stakeholders. He also worked to validate requirements for F-35 Lightning II capabilities.
Using his operational and technical subject matter expertise, he conducted studies and analysis of operational scenarios and proposed system requirements for international development and integration efforts of various aircraft weapons. He was the CSCI lead for development and management of formalized processes to produce graphical and textual characterizations of large-scale integrated systems at the engineering level.
Mr. Hoyt holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Master of Science degree in Information Systems Management from George Washington University.