Professor E. Tony Yorkman currently serves as Lecturer in the College of Business, Department of Management Information Systems. He also serves as the Coordinator of the Bachelor in Technology program and faculty advisor to the student-run Management Information Systems Club.
Prior to his role as Lecturer, he served as Lead Engineer for Mitretek Systems on the State of Maryland Year 2000 Project Management Office, reporting to the Department of Budget and Management. On this project he served as the Y2K Coordinator for several state agencies and the University System of Maryland.
Professor Yorkman served as a Science Advisor at the Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute (IITRI). As part of his tax systems modernization institute's duties, he examined vendor's technical proposals and provided validation and sign-off to the Internal Revenue Service. In addition to "Red Team" reviews for IITRI, he was also responsible for conducting several Executive Joint Application Design Sessions for the U.S. Census Bureau Field Division in Suitland, Maryland and Jeffersonville, Indiana. As part of his duties, he led the design of the "Integrated Logistics Management System Research Study" to define and document high-level business requirements for the 2010 Decennial Census.
Professor Yorkman also received a Mitretek Fellow to conduct doctoral research in Software Process Improvement Maturity Models. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Computer Society and continues to support the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) National Capital Area (NCAC) academic and career events. He has been selected for inclusion in the 2010-2011 Edition of the Montclair "Who's Who in Collegiate Faculty."
Professor Yorkman received DSc (ABD) status in his doctoral program at The George Washington University, holds a Master's of Science in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering (Information and Process Management), and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Maryland University College.