Combination Federal Government Worker Resume
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ROBERT B. STEPHAN
202-479-7150 (O); 703-258-5653 (C)
Results-oriented, visionary leader with a highly successful track record as an Air Force operational commander,
headquarters staff officer and senior level Executive Branch policy coordinator and program manager.
Career-long record of outstanding achievement in the areas of organizational leadership, work force
management, strategic planning, team-building, interpersonal communications and public-private
CIVILIAN JOB HISTORY:
Managing Director, Dutko Global Risk Management, 2009
Leads strategic business management consulting practice, providing unparalleled and event-tested knowledge,
experience and leadership in all-hazards risk assessment, management and mitigation; enterprise-level
strategic and operational security planning; continuity of government (COG) and private sector continuity
of operations (COOP) and business resiliency planning; risk-based performance measurement; Federal
security regulation development and implementation; public-private sector information sharing and
enterprise architecture development; and Federal headquarters and corporate-level incident management,
training and exercises. Specializes in building public private sector partnerships to accurately assess and
manage risk across all levels of government and industry, to include Federal, State & local and international
governments, as well as Fortune 1000 corporations.
Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2005-2008
Supervised Federal government and contract support staff ranging up to 1,100 government and contract
employees and $550M annual budget.
Responsible for National effort to identify and catalog critical infrastructures and key resources (CI/KR) and
assess risk across 18 individual CI/KR sectors. Coordinated risk-based strategies and protective measures
to secure national CI/KR from terrorist attack and other hazards.
Led the development and implementation of the National Infrastructure Protection Plan and supporting sector-
specific annexes—the strategic framework for protecting the Nation’s CI/KR from terrorist attack and
enabling their timely restoration in a post-incident environment.
Led the development and implementation of first-ever comprehensive national regulatory framework to secure
high-risk chemical facilities from terrorist attack.
Overhauled national-level incident management structures and coordination processes related to CI/KR
assessment, security, restoration and public-private sector information sharing.
Organized the national effort to restore CI/KR impacted by Hurricanes Katrina, Wilma and Rita to include
widespread security and logistics support for high-risk energy, chemical, transportation and water sector
facilities and systems.
Special Assistant to the Secretary and Director, HQ Operational Integration Staff, U.S. Department of
Homeland Security, 2003-05
Responsible for headquarters-level coordination of strategic and operational planning, core homeland security
mission integration, incident management, risk analysis, training and exercises.
Directed the Interagency Incident Management Group, integrating the capacities of 45 Federal departments and
agencies in response to domestic threats and incidents in an all-hazards context.
Led comprehensive Federal, State, local and private sector effort to develop the National Incident Management
System and National Response Plan—the nation’s templates for incident command, control, coordination,
information sharing and interoperability.
Developed the DHS incident management system and supervised a wide array of associated headquarters-level
exercise and training programs.
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