Mr. Peter Schiefelbein has served as a Program Manager and Senior Systems Engineer for CSCI since 2018. Not only does he possess exceptional technical abilities, but he is also a proven, results-oriented leader of diverse groups in a range of dynamic environments. Mr. Schiefelbein is a team-builder and motivator who has forged teams and boosted morale through clear direction and unity of purpose. With over 20 years of military experience in information technology, systems acquisition, and budget analysis, he is a valued resource for CSCI and its government customers.
Throughout his career, Mr. Schiefelbein has developed a broad range of skills, which he brings to his current position. He has delivered numerous I.T. solutions including an effort to design the migrations of over 11,000 customer seats on legacy networks into the Marine Corps Enterprise Network. He has also refreshed and sustained systems throughout the U.S. and implemented a proven disaster recovery architecture for trans-Pacific command communication for the Marine Corps. With a unique combination of skill sets, he understands high-level systems engineering concepts and can present his ideas in a compelling, clear, and articulate manner for all to understand. He has been lauded for briefing senior leaders, writing compelling compositions, and delivering lucid presentations.
Mr. Schiefelbein has demonstrated the ability to manage huge budgets effectively, including an $11B portfolio of over 130 separate Marine Corps warfighting equipment system programs, and he defended the portfolio in stringent reviews. He also managed the Information Assurance compliance of over 100 system and network Authority to Operate certification and accreditation packages, including Risk Management Framework.
As a Subject Matter Expert supporting Content Bandwidth Management, some of Mr. Schiefelbein’s specific tasks include gaining an in-depth knowledge of Marine Corps tactical communication technologies; current challenges/gaps/shortfalls, and potential solutions; and developing systems engineering products and artifacts to improve bandwidth usage efficiency for Marine Corps tactical architectures and systems. Mr. Schiefelbein also has been tasked with overseeing work that includes leading the CBM team in II MEF Mission Rehearsal Exercise training and exercise support and continued team leadership. He has drafted, collaborated on, and finalized after action reports representing over three years of training, exercises support, and analysis. Mr. Schiefelbein collaborated on planning for DC I C2 Mission Analysis, including the development of Work Breakdown Structure and Confirmation Brief slides and presentation to sponsors.
After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy, Mr. Schiefelbein received a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School.