Keller Staley Joins L&A Team
August 19, 2011
Keller Staley has joined the Longenecker & Associates, Inc. (L&A) team as a Vice President effective September 1, 2011. Mr. Staley previously served as Associate Partner at IBM, Executive Vice President, NISC (acquired by IBM); and President of TMS, Inc. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]
Mr. Staley has more than 25 years experience in managing complex Department of Energy (DOE) contracts and tasks involving: program planning, management, and review; strategy development and analysis; the design, development, implementation, training and documentation of business management processes and systems; technology assessments; and communications and outreach.
Mr. Staley holds an M.A degree, Science, Technology and Public Policy from the George Washington University, and a B.A in Political Science from DePauw University.
As part of L&A, Mr. Staley will join the senior management team to assist in diversifying and strengthening the company’s base of business in both the government and private sector.
In announcing the selection, John Longenecker, L&A’s President stated “Keller is a great addition to our management team. It helps us improve our day to day management and to position for the future in this very dynamic market place.” [/read]
L&A, Inc. Selected by Savannah River National Laboratory to Provide Strategic Advisory Services
August 1, 2011
Longenecker & Associates, Inc. announced today that it has been selected by the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) to provide Strategic Advisory Services over the next two years, with two one year options. The contract resulted from a competitive selection that was initiated in June 2011. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]
L&A’s scope will include supporting the SRNL’s External Advisory Board and the lab director as SRNL plans its future course.
In announcing the contract, L&A’s President, John Longenecker stated “SRNL is a key asset of the DOE, and we are honored to be selected by SRNL to support this important task.” [/read]
L&A, Inc. Selected by NREL to Provide ES&H Services
July 27, 2011
Longenecker & Associates, Inc. announced today that it has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to provide Environment, Health and Safety services over the next two years. The contract resulted from a competitive selection that was initiated in April 2011. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]
L&A’s scope will include support the NREL performance assurance program, independent assessment support and other related tasks.
In announcing the contract, L&A’s President, John Longenecker stated “Performance assurance is one of our team’s core skills and we are honored to be part of the NREL team.” [/read]
John Bradburne Joins L&A, Inc. Board
June 24, 2011
Longenecker & Associates, Inc. announced today that John Bradburne has been named to the company’s strategic advisory board. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]
Mr. Bradburne has experience as a senior executive in the US Department of Energy, the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Fluor Corporation, and as a principal of Janis- Bradburne Executive Recruiting, Bradburne Consulting, LLC and Boston Nuclear LLC.
Mr. Bradburne holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
In announcing the selection, L&A’s President, John Longenecker noted “John will be a great asset to our team as we make and implement our plans to succeed in these ever changing government and commercial markets. His knowledge of the industry and his extensive experience will be invaluable to the team as we prepare for the years ahead.” [/read]
Dr. Joe Turnage Joins L&A, Inc. Board
May 5, 2011
Longenecker & Associates, Inc. announced today that Dr. Joe C. Turnage has been named to the company’s strategic advisory board. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]
Dr. Turnage has experience as a senior executive in competitive power generation companies, most recently serving as Senior Vice President of UniStar Nuclear Energy, and as the founder of two successful consulting companies. In his 30 years of experience working with companies in the power industry, Dr. Turnage has been actively involved with almost every aspect of the business: with managing the profit and loss of a portfolio of merchant generating plants; with product and service development and marketing; with managing shared service organizations; with implementing new asset management systems; with managing large construction projects; and with executive-level assessments of organizational performance. His activities have included the formation of business strategy, formulation of organizational structure, and the design of executive information systems for independent power companies, national laboratories and regulated utilities. He has contributed directly to the development of methods for predicting plant performance and for analyzing utility generating system operating strategy. He has managed a large nuclear engineering organization within a utility that was responsible for engineering support and reload licensing for both pressurized and boiling water reactors. He has been actively involved in public policy issues surrounding electric power and utility deregulation.
Dr. Turnage earned his M.S. degree and Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his BS degree from Mississippi State University. Dr. Turnage has served as a member for more than five years on EPRI’s Safety and Analysis Task Force, and currently serves as Chairman, Advanced Nuclear Technology Action Planning Committee and as a member of the Nuclear Policy Council. In the American Nuclear Society, Dr. Turnage has served as the Chairman of the Nuclear Reactor Safety Division Executive Committee, and on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Math and Computation Division, the Executive Committee of Power Division, and the Treasury Sub-Committee of the Board of Directors.
In announcing the selection, L&A’s President, John Longenecker noted “We are honored to have Joe join our board. His experience and insights will be invaluable as we prepare to serve the energy markets of the future.” [/read]
James T. Campbell Joins L&A Team
April 18, 2011
James T. Campbell has joined the Longenecker & Associates, Inc. (L&A) team as a Senior Associate. Mr. Campbell retired from the Department of Energy in January 2008. Prior to retirement, Mr. Campbell had over 33 years of financial management experience in both the private sector and the Federal government, with the last 30 years served with distinction at the Department of Energy in various financial management capacities including Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Acting Chief Financial Officer and Deputy Controller. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]
While at DOE, Mr. Campbell was twice recognized with the President’s Senior Executive Service Rank Award, Distinguished in 2005 and Meritorious in 2003. He also received the Secretary of Energy’s Gold Award for superior leadership in April 2005, and the Secretary of Energy’s Honor Award for outstanding leadership in financial management in April 2008.
Mr. Campbell began his federal career in July 1977, in the Office of Budget and Office of Finance and Accounting of DOE.
Mr. Campbell holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (graduated cum laude) from Duquesne University, and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Maryland.
As part of the L&A team, Mr. Campbell will be supporting a range of management assessments and strategic planning activities for commercial and government clients.
In announcing the selection, John Longenecker, L&A’s President stated “We are excited to have Jim join our professional family. His experience, intellect and integrity are a perfect fit for our team.” [/read]
L&A Awards Two Scholarships at WM 2011 Symposium
March 1, 2011
Longenecker & Associates, Inc. awarded scholarships at the Waste Management 2011 Symposium in Phoenix, AZ. to Denia Djokic and Sherry Faye. [read more=”Click here to Read More” less=”Read Less”]
Denia Djokic is a student at University of California, Berkeley and her PhD thesis explores a new approach to classifying radioactive wastes from advanced nuclear fuel cycles.
Sherry Faye is a third year PhD candidate studying radiochemistry at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Upon graduating she is interested in continuing to do research in the areas of environmental radiochemistry or nuclear forensics and safeguards.
In presenting the scholarships, John Longenecker, L&A’s President stated “On behalf of the entire L&A team, I am proud to support the best and brightest students like Denia and Sherry who can help to make nuclear energy a sustainable power source for the future. It is a pleasure and honor to present these scholarships.” [/read]