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Bill Wansley is an executive vice president and the client service officer for our national agencies account. He leads consulting teams in providing mission-essential support to multiple federal agencies, including the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, National Reconnaissance Office, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and classified clients. He is responsible for business activities associated with the development, delivery, and maintenance of mission-tailored multidisciplinary consulting services for these agencies.
Bill focuses on solving emerging strategic and operational challenges in the national security and space-related enterprises based on emerging enterprise digital strategies. He led the development of innovative advanced analytic services focused on the evolution of data science applied to complex intelligence analysis problem sets and the enterprise services required to support this evolution.
Bill also leads a firm initiative in support of space activities, including the development of consulting services focused on space-related strategies and assessments, cyber defense in space, space control operations, data science for space applications, integrated ground architectures for space, and the development of operational engineering services for space.
He previously served as the business leader and program manager for several national security-related projects and contributed to a broad range of security-related services, skills, and insights, including strategic planning, mission innovation, chief information officer strategy and responsibilities, cybersecurity, continuity planning, counterintelligence, intelligence operational support, and advanced analytics. Bill also supported commercial financial services clients with threat intelligence, advanced analytic, and cybersecurity services.
Bill is a director on the board of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA), a non-profit, non-partisan, public-private organization that works to promote and recognize the highest standards within the national security and intelligence communities. Within INSA, he co-chairs the task force on financial threats.
Bill has more than three decades of professional experience as an operational U.S. Army officer, a national security policy planner, and a management consultant for the U.S. intelligence community and global commercial clients. His operational military experience includes serving as a field commander, division level war planner, and national security strategist. Bill’s national-level policy planning experience includes serving as a strategic planner responsible for the joint strategic planning system for the directorate of strategic plans and policy, J5, Joint Staff. Later in his career, he again served the J5 as a national security policy planner and Joint Staff representative for international negotiations on the Treaty for Conventional Forces in Europe.
While a student at the School of Advanced Military Studies, Bill published monographs on tactical leadership and a theory of peace, based on the synthesis and integration of traditional military theory and contemporary business management best practices.
He holds an M.B.A. from Creighton University, an M.M.A.S. in theater operations from the School of Advanced Military Studies; and a B.S. in general engineering from the U.S. Military Academy, West Point.
Profile updated March 2016.