Russell B. Mosier
Senior Vice President and Senior Principal Analyst
Mr. Mosier has twenty years of experience as a Naval Officer and Decision Analyst. Mr. Mosier has applied decision analysis techniques in Portfolio Analysis, Portfolio Management, Analysis of Alternatives, Business Case Analyses, Trade Studies, Strategic Planning, and Resource Allocation studies for Joint and Service programs of all ACAT levels. His analyst toolkit includes Multiple Objective Decision Analysis techniques, operations research, rapid prototyping, combat modeling, and spreadsheet cost modeling, among other techniques for delivering insights to his clients and executive decision makers. Mr. Mosier has experience as a facilitator and lead analyst as well as experience in both domestic and international consulting. He has led projects ranging from resource allocation for the Department of Energy Spent Nuclear Fuel Program to the development of a Strategic Roadmap for the Egyptian Navy. Mr. Mosier is Black Belt certified in both Lean Six Sigma and QFD.
M.B.A., George Mason University, 1999
B.S., Computer Science, United States Naval Academy, 1992
Selected Publications and Presentations
Liebe, R., Mosier, R., Reid, A., "Requirements to Resources Planning and Prioritization Process" MORSS 2012
Mosier, R., Cassidy, M., Tatman, J. "Eliciting Decision Maker Weights using Scenarios, Design of Experiment, and Policy Capture" MORSS 2011
Mount, S., Mosier, R., Newton, H. "Portfolio Optimization Approach to Modeling of Vehicle Fleet Sustainment." MORSS 2009
Mosier, R., Newton, H., et al. “Using VFT and Optimization to Create an Acquisition Portfolio”, MORSS and INFORMS 2008
Mosier, R. B., Brassard, D. Young, D., “Ground Vehicle Analysis A-Z”, instructional symposium given for Light Armored Vehicle Conference, 2004.
Mosier, Russell B. and Brassard, Daniel, “Marginal Benefit and Cost of HA, PA, and DA for M1A1 MBT”, presentation to Ground Vehicle Survivability Symposium, Monterey, CA, February 2004.
Mosier, Russell B., “Boat Requirements Trades Studies using Quality Function Deployment”, presentation to Multi-Agency Craft Conference, Little Creek, VA 2003.