Senior Fellow at Johns Hopkins University Center for Advanced Governmental Studies
Worley has been involved in the study and practice of American national security since 1967. His analytic career began at RAND’s Strategy Assessment Center and continued at the Institute for Defense Analyses’ Joint. He is a Senior Scientist, at System Studies & Simulation Inc., where he provides advice and subject matter expertise on strategic and operational level joint and interagency integration in support of Army experimentation.Click here to view more Wikistrat Experts
Dr. Worley is a Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Washington Center for the Study of American Government and a member of the faculty at the George Washington University Elliot School of International Affairs. He formerly served on the computer science faculties at UCLA and California State University at Northridge.
He is a Senior Scientist, at System Studies & Simulation, Inc., where he provides advice and subject matter expertise on strategic and operational level joint and interagency integration in support of Army experimentation.
He was a Research Staff Member at the Institute for Defense Analyses, the Joint Advanced War-fighting Program. Where he did significant analysis, research, and concept development in support of DoD transformation programs with an emphasis on the Global War on Terrorism. Examined U.S. Government interagency operations in East Africa and the Horn, including Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa.
Dr. Worley is the author of two books; Orchestrating the Instruments of Power: A Critical Examination of the U.S. National Security System and of the book, Shaping U.S Military Forces: Revolution or Relevance in a Post-Cold War World, derivative of a course on military transformation.
PhD in Engineering, University of California at Los Angeles; MA in National Security Studies, Georgetown University; MA in Government, The Johns Hopkins University; ENG in Computer Science, University of California at Los Angeles; MSEE in Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California; AB in Computer Science, University of California at Berkeley
Areas of Expertise:
National security strategy
Higher echelon command and control
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