Philip Edward Coyle, III, federal official. commissioner East Bay Conversion & Reinvestment Commission, 1991; member Alameda County Economic Development Advisory Board.
III, Philip Edward Coyle, was born in 1956.
Bachelor, Dartmouth College, 1956. Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Dartmouth College, 1957.
With Lawrece Livermore (California) National Laboratory, 1959-1979, 81-93, associate director, 1981-1984, laboratory associate director, deputy to laboratory director, 1987-1993. Assistant secretary, director operational test & evaluation United States Department Defense, Washington, 1994—2001. Senior advisory to president World Security Institute/Center for Defense Information.
Associate director for national security & international affairs Office Science & Technology Policy (OSTP), Executive Office of the President, Washington, since 2010. Member Base Support & Retention Council, Defense Base Realignment & Closure Commission (BRAC), 2005—2006.
Commissioner East Bay Conversion & Reinvestment Commission, 1991. Member Alameda County Economic Development Advisory Board.