Bill Moore directs Obsidian’s training, education, and doctrine work. He has extensive experience supporting a broad range of programs and projects and is an expert on homeland security policy, programs, doctrine, and exercises.
Bill currently serves as the program manager for the Federal Emergency Management Agency/Office of Response and Recovery’s (ORR) Doctrine Support Services team, providing FEMA with comprehensive doctrine support to their response and recovery mission. In addition, he supports the FEMA/National Exercise Division in the implementation and management of the National Exercise Program and has served as a key planner and evaluator for numerous Senior Officials Exercises and National Level/Capstone Exercises. Bill also leads Obsidian’s support to the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS’) Operational Experimentation Program, assisting S&T in designing and conducting operational experiments in urban environments that put innovative technologies into the hands of responders in realistic and challenging scenarios.
Previously, Bill was a Business Manager at BAE Systems (formerly Detica and DFI Government Services), where he provided subject-matter and management expertise in support of several high-profile homeland security projects. Prior to that, Bill served as manager for DFI’s support to the DHS National Exercise Program, overseeing a staff of more than 30 professionals. In this capacity, he also served as the Program Director for Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS.gov), DHS’ national network of lessons learned and best practices for the emergency response and homeland security communities.
Bill Moore earned a Masters of Arts in international relations from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in history from Rice University. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).