Dr. Williamson, an EDS Fellow Emeritus, was formerly with EDS for 13 years, most recently serving as Chief Technology Executive for US Hub Operations. He is currently working directly with CIO/CTOs in developing, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Enterprise Architectures, Information Strategies and Policies as well as bringing fresh innovation to deal with the inherent challenges in a dynamic environment of legislative changes and rapid technological evolution. His knowledge and 28 years of information technology experience bridges public and private sector markets. As a result, he is a sought after international leader in the alignment of technology with business success. He is a skilled professional who understand the intricacies of a business issue as well as the complexity of potential information technologies that can be linked to resolve the problem. He has consulted to the United States and foreign governments and is invited to speak internationally on Knowledge Management and on the applications of GRID computing to financial modeling.
Dr. Williamson is responsible for a team of Architects and Engineers that are:
- Developing information and communications technology, enterprise architectures, strategies, and bringing fresh innovation to deal with the inherent challenges in a dynamic environment of rapid technology evolution.
- Providing views of an integrated five dimensional enterprise model “Business, Information, Applications, IT Infrastructure and IT Governance” to analyze and determine the right set of IT related decisions to enable and support clients’ business strategies. Service Oriented Architect “SOA” provides an architectural proposition that uses the notion of “Service” as the underlining enabling mechanism for business IT alignment.
- Dr. Williamson and his team understands advanced architectural concepts, such as those proposed through official organizations such as the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), architectural frameworks such as those proposed by Zachman and The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), the standards outlined by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) , and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) developed Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA).