Timothy L. Schneider

Principal Analyst

Mr. Schneider is a retired Marine aviator with 23 years of service consisting of both operational and decision support experience. During this time Mr. Schneider has had the opportunity to blend his decision analysis skill set with operational experience to solve and inform executive leadership on issues ranging from operational problems to decision support for headquarters level problems. Mr. Schneider is able to design formulate and complete analysis in quick turn or long lead analysis as well as direct and manage all phases of analytical work ensuring the right questions are being asked and the evaluation method and results have strong analytic underpinnings to support decisions. He has worked topics covering the spectrum such as manpower, budgeting, facilities, training, readiness, operations and test & evaluation. While at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency he created an agency wide program/budget assessment tool, program and activity risk-based assessment tools along with evaluation tools and techniques for the recent COVID-19 issue the agency used to support the executive branch. Mr. Schneider has held analytic and analytic leadership positions within Program Assessment and Evaluation (PA&E), Program and Resources (P&R) HQMC; 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (2MAW); Operations Analysis Directorate (OAD), Combat, Development and Integration (CD&I) HQMC, Marine Corps Operational Test and Evaluation Activity (MCOTEA) and Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).

Education

Master of Science in Operations Research, Naval Postgraduate School, 2005
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 1994

Selected Publications and Presentations

Schneider, T. L., Threat Informed Prioritization and Resource Model. Presented to 87th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, June 2019.

Schneider, T. L., Threat vs Initiative: Risk Based Assessment. Presented to 87th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, June 2019.