2018 Fed 100

Federal 100: William R. Graves

 

Name: William R. Graves
Title: Chief Engineer, DOD Biometrics
Agency: Department of Defense

Credentials king. When it comes to keeping biometric credentialing future-proof, DOD turns to Graves. Under his leadership, DOD’s new Biometrics Enabling Capability and its accompanying system, the Biometric Automated Toolset-Army, were both awarded in 2017. His contributions to the requirements, acquisition approaches and technical evaluations were crucial to each system’s success. He is also leading or contributing to many future DOD biometric programs. The goal of all his efforts is to better protect member of the U.S. military and the country’s assets and interests while fostering cooperation among allies.

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