Director, Program Management Office, Intel Federal LLC
- M.S. Engineering Management – St. Martins University – 2001
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering – Washington State University – 1985
Bruce currently leads the Program Management Office for Intel Federal LLC in Intel Corporation’s Data Center Group (DCG). Bruce is responsible for assuring that the contracts that Intel Federal enters into with the US Government are aligned with Intel’s core business objectives. He leads the Intel Federal program office assuring Intel successfully executes the programs, achieving business objectives. Bruce has been at Intel for 19 years and has held various product development roles. Before Bruce’s Intel Federal role, he was a Platform Manager responsible for development, introduction of several Xeon, Xeon PHI based server platforms targeted at the enterprise, data center, and High Performance Computing markets. Prior to his platform manager role, he was a program manager for desktop/server microprocessor products leading teams through the development of Celeron, Pentium, and Xeon processors for the commercial markets.
After graduating from WSU in 1985, Bruce worked in the aerospace industry as a development engineer. Bruce joined Rockwell International’s Rocketdyne Division and was part of their rotating machinery group. The group focused on component development for the Space Shuttle Main Engine, and Expendable Launch Vehicle engine programs (Atlas, Delta engines). Bruce also led the Expendable Launch Vehicle production support group responsible for addressing issues during the manufacturing of components and final assembly of the Atlas, Delta engines. Bruce joined Rocket Research Company in Redmond, WA in 1991 as a project engineer. In that role, he was responsible for developing liquid and solid propellant propulsion systems for both commercial and US Government applications.
Bruce graduated with a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Washington State University in 1985 and received a master’s degree in engineering management from St. Martins University in 2001.