Ken Zemrowski

Technical Fellow and Chief Engineer

Ken Zemrowski is a TASC Technical Fellow and Chief Engineer for the FAA SE2020 contract, providing technical oversight to task efforts and assisting task order teams on technical issues. As a Tech Fellow, Ken works across the corporation to enhance our systems engineering and integration capabilities and contributed to the development of Systems, Assurance, and Governance Engineering (SAGEā„¢).

Ken has supported the FAA since 1990, supporting FAA systems engineering, communications engineering, and program planning. During this time, he has worked with industry and other users to gain a broad perspective of aviation issues, including their effects on safety and efficiency of the National Airspace System (NAS). When Ken joined TASC in 1984, he managed the development of operating system and network communications software for the U.S. Navy Ocean Surveillance Information System (OSIS) Baseline Upgrade (OBU), a C3I system including message processing, automatic correlation, and report generation.

Prior to joining TASC, Ken worked in the information technology and systems engineering fields, with management, software development, and consulting experience in a wide range of technical and application areas.

Ken has been certified as an Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Ken serves as the INCOSE assistant director for standards initiatives. Ken serves on the editorial board for the Body of Knowledge and Curriculum to Advance Systems Engineering (BKCASE) with primary responsibility for standards topics in the Guide to the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK). Ken served on the executive board of the International Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS) and has participated in several standards committees related to aviation and information technology.

Ken earned a B.S. in mathematics from Illinois Institute of Technology and an M.S. in technology of management from The American University.