William Lucyshyn is a research professor and the director of research at the Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise, in the School of Public Policy, at the University of Maryland. In this position, he directs research on critical policy issues related to the increasingly complex problems associated with improving public sector management and operations, and how government works with private enterprise. He has authored numerous reports, book chapters, and journal articles. Previously, Lucyshyn served as a program manager and the principal technical advisor to the director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) on the identification, selection, research, development, and prototype production of advanced technology projects. Prior to that, he was an active duty Air Force officer, and had a variety of assignments in planning and operations, program management and engineering.
- Acquisition & procurement, sustainment science, defense industry, cybersecurity policy