||Anthony J. Haddad (Tony), a subcontractor
with AT&T Solutions
Anthony was selected by the Republican
National Committee as a technical advisor for the convention's Committee
on Arrangements (COA) for the 2000 Republican National Convention held
in Philadelphia. Chosen for the unique project management approach he and
his firm had used on the X-33 Space Shuttle Replacement Program, Tony's
role at the convention was to develop and maintain the project management
system used to control all aspects of the convention. Using CPM, War Room
methods and "stop light" charts to provide comprehensive convention visibility,
Tony chaired weekly meetings with each of the COA's division heads, their
staff members, James DiPaula (Convention Manager) and then Governor George
W. Bush's staff.
Tony spent thirty years in the Aerospace
industry at AlliedSignal Aerospace (now Honeywell International) divisions
in Teterboro and Eatontown, NJ where he managed many large-scale Automatic
Test Equipment (ATE) development and commercial aircraft electric power
programs. Noted for his development of Earned Value discipline and adherence
to CPM, Tony left his position of Director of Programs for the Electric
Power Division and founded Microdata Systems, Inc. - a consulting firm
specializing in PMBOK based training and turnkey project management systems.
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