Bachelor of Arts in History, Georgetown University, 1960. Master of Public Administration, Princeton University, 1962.
Economist, Department of Commerce, Washington, 1961;
intelligence officer, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, 1962-1967;
budget/program examiner, Office of Management and Budget, Washington, 1967-1973;
chief, Command, Control, Communications & Intelligence, Office of Management and Budget, Washington, 1973-1994;
executive vice president, Pacific Trade Associations Inc., Washington, 1994-1996;
president, Pactrade, Inc., Washington, since 1996. Project director National Academy Public Administration, Washington, 1994-1997. Member of advisory board Aspen Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1995.
Project director reports the Global Positioning System-Charting the Future, 1995, United States Geography Info.Resources, 1997.
Member American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (senior, member committee 1993-1998), Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (member intelligence committee 1990-1998).
Married Celia Pangilinan, May 15, 1976. Children: Ray, Ryan, Neil.