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Tyler Goudie, Vice President Technology

Tyler J. Goudie is Vice President and Chief Technologist within the S&GS Business Unit at Parsons with over 20 years of systems engineering and software development experience within the aerospace industry. At Parsons, he has contributed as a Systems/Solutions Architect and Developer on a number of high-profile Satellite Programs including Enterprise Ground Services (EGS). Tyler is a Parsons product expert and currently leads all Technical Vision within the S&GS Business Unit Products and Technology.
He began his career working small satellite designs for Space Dynamics Lab and AFRL and continued to refine his experience with satellite systems engineering working with the Aerospace Corporation on high level system satellite designs. Tyler further pursued his experience through requirements gathering, design documentation, verification and validation, and customer interaction at LASP, CCAR, and Raytheon. He worked on a prototype instrument for the International Space Station and on Modeling and Spacecraft Simulation for the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Satellite under Lockheed Martin. Tyler also worked on Force Protection and Intelligence software development programs for the Air Force and Intelligence Communities.
Tyler moved into project leadership roles for small, medium, and large sized teams and led them to successful delivery of their respective software systems, keeping high profile contracts on schedule and under budget. Tyler maintains technical expertise in the areas of satellite systems, systems engineering, development, testing, modeling and simulation, and high-level architecture design.
Finally, Tyler leads many high budget Parsons Product Opportunities and Technical Proposals through business development, sales, and strategic partnerships leveraging Parson’s COTS/GOTS product line solutions across the S&GS enterprise.

Tyler holds an M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from University of Colorado, Boulder (2004) and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Utah State University (2003).

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