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educator , security expert , classified security specialist

William Anthony Bollinger, American classified security specialist, educator. Derivative classifier/export control advisor United States National Nuclear Security Agency, 1991. Recipient Cold War Service Recognition certificate, Department Defense, 2000. Member of International Atomic Energy Agency Additional Protocol Complementary Access Host Team, Export Control Coordinators Organization (chairman 2003), Mensa United States of America (life).

Background

Bollinger, William Anthony Son of Robert Louis and Marcella Ceceile Bollinger.

Education

St. Cyprian's Elementary, Long Beach CA 1956 - 1963. St. Anthony's Boys High School, Long Beach CA 1964 - 1967.

Career

Information specialist Bechtel Power Corporation, San Francisco, 1973—1978. Technical library Saudi Arabian Bechtel Corporation, Jubail, Saudi Arabia, 1978. Information manager Fluor Engineering, Redwood City, California, 1978—1983.

Classified security specialist Lawrence National Laboratory, Livermore, since 1983. Adjunct

Assistant Professor Golden Gate University, San Francisco, since 1985. Adjunct Instructor University San Francisco, 1996—2003.

Achievements

  • Derivative Classifier / Export Control Advisor, United States National Nuclear Security Agency: MPC&A (Russian Program) Manager 1991- 2013.

Membership

Member of International Atomic Energy Agency Additional Protocol Complementary Access Host Team, Export Control Coordinators Organization (chairman 2003), Mensa United States of America (life).

Personality

Mr. Bollinger is a retired Classified Security Specialist at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) with classification oversight and liaison responsibility for the areas of nuclear, chemical, and biological nonproliferation, international assessments, and sensitive technologies transfer. Besides working as a Classification / Export Control Advisor out of the Office of Classification and Export Control (OCEC), he served as the LLNL Export Control Panel Chair; member of the IAEA Additional Protocol Complementary Access Host Team; and as the Laboratory’s MPC&A Licensing Manager for the joint US/Russian Material Protection, Control and Accountability Program. In addition, he has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor with Golden Gate University’s School of Technology and Industry, an adjunct Instructor with the University of San Francisco, twice Chairman of the national Export Control Coordinator’s Organization (ECCO), member of the National Classification Management Society (NCMS), and the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM). Mr. Bollinger's academic background includes language (Russian) and technical certifications related to his government employment, an M.Sci.L.I.S. from the University of Southern California, as well as an A.B. in History with minors in Anthropology and Geology from the California State University at Long Beach. An amateur astronomer, firearms enthusiast, book scout, and avid mountaineer, he has a varied working background in developing information management and security services for academia, government, and industry. Previous employment includes: the CSUC Chancellor's Office, Bechtel Engineering and Power Corporations, Fluor Engineering’s Mining and Metals Division, an overseas assignment with the Saudi Arabian Bechtel Company, and over 12 years service with LLNL’s International Assessments Program (Z Division’s Field Intelligence Element) providing technical advice and assistance to the United States intelligence community

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Firearms, astronomy, mountaineering.

Connections

Married Coleen J. Petersen, December 22, 1984. 1 child Christopher.