Program Manager, CERT Strategic Projec
Mr. Elm currently focuses on managing strategic projects for the Networked Systems Survivability (NSS) Program.
Mr. Elm joined the NSS program in 2010. He is responsible for leading strategic projects to enahnce NSS's abilities to address client needs. Prior to joining NSS, Mr. Elm led the SEI's Acquisition Support Program in its efforts to improve software acquisition practices throughout the Department of Defense and other US government agencies, bringing an extensive background in systems engineering, product development, program management and corporate management to the aid of government acquisition programs.
Prior to joining the SEI, Mr. Elm served as VP and General Manager of Carco Electronics, where he managed all activities of a division responsible for development, sales, and production of precision electro-mechanical equipment used for testing missile guidance and navigation equipment.
Before joining Carco Electronics, Mr. Elm served as Director of Commercial Appliance Products at Siebe Appliance Controls (now Invensys Controls), directing the activities of a department responsible for development and application of commercial appliance controls.
Preceding his work at Siebe, Mr. Elm held the position of Director of Operations in the Vehicle Control Systems Division at Union Switch & Signal. In this position, he directed Program Management, Engineering, Manufacturing, and Test for a newly formed division charged with providing safety-critical on-board locomotive electronics systems.
- N. Donatelli, J. Elm, K. El Emam, D. Goldenson; A. Neisa; A Survey of Systems Engineering Effectiveness - Initial Results (with detailed survey response data) (CMU/SEI-2008-SR-034). Pittsburgh, PA: Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, 2008.
- W. Anderson, S. Cohen, J. Elm, J. Hawrylak, E. Mahan, R. Williams; Multi-Platform Electronic Warfare Systems (MPEWS) Interim Report (CMU/SEI-2008-TR-019). Pittsburgh, PA: Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, 2008.Engineering (SPIE), 2001
- J. Elm, S. Kushner, M. C. Ward; Techniques for Developing an Acquisition Strategy by Profiling Software Risks (CMU/SEI-2006-TR-002). Pittsburgh, PA: Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, 2006.
- J. Elm; Designing for Reuse of Configurable Logic (CMU/SEI-2005-TR-016).