Mr. Liverman has thirty-two years of management and operational experience including line and field marketing, program/financial management, acquisition planning, and logistics (COTS Supportability). He has an extensive background in a broad range of advanced technologies including applications supporting passive and active acoustics, acoustic sensors, submarine imaging systems, acoustic intelligence systems, advanced training systems, and submarine/surface ship digital combat systems. He also has extensive fleet experience having served as a Naval officer in Submarines for 10 years.
As a Principal in 3 Phoenix, Mr. Liverman is responsible for Corporate Operations and Business Development. In his Business Development role, his primary focus areas include development of Small Business Innovation Research transition opportunities and expansion of new business opportunities including telemetry, imaging and radar systems.
Prior to 3 Phoenix, Mr. Liverman served in several capacities focused on technical management, program management and business development. He was responsible for several major programs including the Towed Array Advanced Rapid COTS Insertion program and the Advanced Processing Build process that supported the submarine fleet with annual software functionality updates. He also managed the Advanced Imaging design and development team executing technology insertion of COTS technology into the Virginia Class Photonics Mast Workstation (PMW) and the 688/688i backfit.
Mr. Liverman has extensive experience in large and small companies including General Dynamics, Advanced Information Systems – DSR Solutions; Digital System Resources, Inc.; EG&G; Ocean Technology, Inc.; Hughes Aircraft Company; and the United States Navy.
- Wake Forest University, BA, 1977.