Wayne Baldwin is the Program Director for the Office of IT Enterprise Research and Development. His office supports the Director, IT Research and Development, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) by performing the investigation and prototyping of new technologies in order to meet the Federal Aviation Administration's operational requirements.
Prior to coming to the Federal Aviation Administration, Mr. Baldwin worked as a civilian in the Department of Army for twenty-two years. He held a variety of positions during that time. These included serving as a Computer Specialist/Systems Administrator; the Lead IT Specialist of the Programs and Technology Team of the Headquarters Civilian Information Services Division; the acting Chief of the Civilian Personnel Systems Management Branch; and the acting Chief of the Program Support Division.
In September 2007, Mr. Baldwin joined the FAA as the manager of the Technologies Infrastructure Team under the Engineering and Configuration Management Group in the Office of Information Technology, Air Traffic Organization (ATO). During his time with the ATO, he was instrumental in establishing a new technologies laboratory at the William J. Hughes Technical Center. In addition, he established and maintained the Technical Reference Model (TRM) for the ATO; played an active role in the FAA Technology Control Board (TCB); conducted and/or directed the research on numerous new technologies; and helped establish technology standards (such as one for a Business Process Management Suite BPMS) in the ATO.
Mr. Baldwin holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology and Statistics as well as a Master of Science degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology (with an emphasis on Operations Research) from Radford University.