Greg Hansen brings 20 years of private sector and government sector experience in fielding technologies and managing programs domestically and internationally. He has extensive experience in detection systems, radiological monitoring and security training exercises. Mr. Hansen has more than a decade of experience in program management and detailed security consultations for the U.S. Global Threat Reductions Initiative at 300 commercial facilities resulting in enhanced security and protection initiatives surpassing current NRC or DHS standards. His support to the DOE/NNSA WMD nonproliferation and counterterrorism programs includes providing program management, policy development, physical security upgrades, alarm communication and monitoring implementation. Extensive experience working with multiple response force agencies conducting awareness training for critical alarm response to high security incidents. Mr. Hansen has more than five years providing detailed security consultations for NA-21 and has directed projects and surveys at remote and onsite locations, coordinated complex physical protection system installations, upgrades, and integrations with consistent results under budget and within timeframes. He managed day-to-day operational tasks related to multiple project scopes and task orders with NNSA program offices and support to NA-21. He is the Program Manager for the NA-81 table top exercise support for the Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration Office of Counterterrorism Policy and Cooperation. As MELE Vice President, he is the lead for all new design, development and pilot programs for new technologies. Mr. Hansen has developed a robust network of software and hardware developers along with strong working relationships with a number of the Department of Energy’s National Laboratories. He is the inventor of an integrated and scalable detection system currently in pilot and patent pending.