Systems and Technology Department
B.A., Saint Leo College
M.A., Webster University
M.S., George Mason University
D.M., University of Phoenix
Relevant Professional Experience:
Dr. Boddie has over 25 years experience leading and managing information technology (IT) environments for various public, private, and non-profit-sector organizations. Highlights of Dr. Boddie’s professional career include leading the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Information Technology Services implementation of the "The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001" legislation, which was a major presidential initiative. Dr. Boddie also led IT program and project management support to numerous organizations including the U.S. White House, Treasury Department, Commerce Department, and the Social Security Administration. Further, Dr. Boddie was one of the few enlisted members to serve as Squadron Commander during OPERATION DESERT STORM. Currently, in addition to his academic responsibilities, Dr. Boddie is the Program Leader for the College’s Information Resources Management (IRM) Community Center, a virtual community of practice for global government and government-support IRM practitioners.
In the past year, Dr. Boddie has been an active contributor to numerous newspapers and newsletters, including the Government Computer News and the iCollege Info Trends. He also has presented at numerous conferences on transformational leadership within IT Management circles and the Communities of Practice Effectiveness Maturity Model.
Building an IT Business Case (BBC), The Changing World of the CIO (CWC), Enterprise Architecture Practicum (EAP), Federal Enterprise Architecture and Advanced Concepts (FAC), Global Information Grid Architecture and Advanced Concepts (GIG), Information Management Planning (IMP), Information Technology Program Leadership (IPL), Information Technology Project Management (ITP), Planning and Managing Enterprise Architecture Programs (PMA)