Bruce Morton currently resides in Northern Virginia and the US Virgin Islands. He is currently Vice President, Business Development at MicroTech in the Washington, DC metro area. He has held increasingly responsible positions in Business Development, Strategic Planning, Program Management, System Engineering, and Spacecraft Design at companies including Booz Allen Hamilton, Lockheed Martin, Rockwell International, and General Electric (GE Aerospace). At GE in Phila. and King of Prussia, he designed re-entry systems and spacecraft (some of which are now on display in the Smithsonian Air & Space Museums) for customers including Intelligence agencies, US Air Force, and NASA; and was also involved in the design and operation of a major undersea research laboratory in the US Virgin Islands. Concurrently, he served as an Adjunct Professor at George Washington University from 1998 – 2007, teaching graduate courses in Information Security and Management Information Systems. He currently serves on the Professional Advisory Council of University of Fairfax, which provides graduate degrees in Information Security.
He also currently serves in an elected position on the Board of Directors of a homeowners association in the US Virgin Islands. He has authored and presented numerous conference papers, and chaired or served on many conference panels, with recent topics including Information Assurance/ Cybersecurity, Homeland Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Information Warfare, Information Technology, Data Mining, High Performance Computing, and Business Development/ Capture Management. He has been the recipient of several honors and awards, including Pioneer in Space Reconnaissance and Recovery from the National Reconnaissance Office, and named as a Fellow of APMP (Association of Proposal Management Professionals). He has an MS in Mechanical Engineering from University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Aeronautics and Astronautics from New York University.