Deputy Assistant Director for Network and Spectrum Dominance, DEVCOM C5ISR Center
U.S. Department of the Army
Mr. Daniel Duvak is an Electrical Engineer and Deputy Assistant Director of the Network and Spectrum Dominance portfolio in the U.S. Army Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) Center, at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), MD. As a Deputy Assistant Director, Mr. Duvak leads technology development across tactical communications, electronic warfare, and both offensive and defensive cyber.
Previously, Mr. Duvak led the Radio Frequency Communications Division for 4 years, the Systems Engineering, Architecture, and Modeling and Simulation (SEAMS) Division for 5 years and served as the Deputy Associate Director for Systems Engineering. He also served for 10 years in the Antennas & Spectrum Division, holding both technical and managerial positions.
Mr. Duvak is considered a Subject Matter Expert in antennas, spectrum, electromagnetics, modeling and simulation, and systems engineering. Throughout his distinguished career, Mr. Duvak has been awarded the Commander’s Award for civilian service, received the U.S. Army’s Greatest Invention Award, was twice awarded as CERDEC Team of the year, was the CERDEC Employee of the Year, and has received the Best Paper Award at the Army Science Conference.
Mr. Duvak is a member of the APG Senior Leader Cohort, received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech, received a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, and received a Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering from Steven’s Institute of Technology.