Mr. Timothy Gramp serves as US Marine Corps Chief Engineer and Deputy to the Commander, Systems Engineering and Acquisition Logistics for Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC). He is responsible for directing enterprise-level systems engineering in support of command product lines and lifecycles to ensure MCSC provides end-to-end integrated, interoperable and certified warfighting capabilities.
Prior to joining MCSC, Mr. Gramp served as Assistant Chief Engineer for Mission Capability within the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Office of the Chief Engineer where he led systems engineering, systems design, and test and evaluation for NAVWAR acquisition programs and projects while ensuring the use of modern engineering practices and software development methodologies. He also served as the Information Warfare domain Technical Authority and Deputy Warranting Officer.
Mr. Gramp was appointed to the Senior Executive Service in August 2020. His career experience includes significant roles in all aspects of engineering and acquisition and spans ten years of civil service and more than ten years in industry with an emphasis on software system engineering and development.
Previous assignments included the Deputy Chief Engineer and Senior Scientific Technical Manager for System Engineering at Naval Information Warfare Center, Pacific as well as the Chief Engineer for multiple Department of Defense Acquisition Category I (ACAT I) programs.
Mr. Gramp holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a Master’s degree in System Engineering Management. In addition, he is certified as DAWIA Level 3 in Engineering and has also earned the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential. Mr. Gramp has received numerous performance and leadership awards including the Navy Superior Civilian Service Award from Commander, Pacific Fleet in 2019.