Design Thinking, Systems Engineering/Architecture, Risk Assessment/Analytics (Probabilistic and Game Theoretic), Rapid Prototyping, Root Cause Analysis, Visioneering,
Gregory Bernard's Problem Solving Skills:
Strategic Planning ( to include PPBE development)
Radiological/Nuclear Detection Operations
Systems Architecture (systems thinking)
Communication/Presentation (to high level officials)
Capabilities Based Assessment
End-User requirements development
Program Evaluation/Metric Development
Law Enforcement/Public Safety Coordination
Gregory Bernard's Problem Solving Experience:
- Developed a visual depiction of the Global Nuclear Detection Architecture for the purposes of briefing Congress, DHS Senior Leadership, and partner organizations.
- Developed the Risk-Informed decision making approach for the US Department of Homeland Security's Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (to include Gap Identification and Prioritization) in order to guide investment/resource allocation decisions.
- Developed public/private partnerships to allow a government program to receive donated equipment for the purposes of providing said equipment to State and local first responders at no cost.
- Developed a common approach for identifying and categorizing non-state adversary capabilities and intent in order to better compare/contrast disparate analyses.
- Led the development of the first cross department CBRNE Gap assessment for the DHS Joint Requirements Council
- Developed a new process/tool to revise the current approach for submission of fraud/waste/abuse claims by whistleblowers to provide added protection from retaliation and reduce unauthorized disclosures.
- Developed a process/tool through which CBP could prioritize its sites for operational field tests/red team assessments.