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For release: 04/27/04
Release #: 04-124  

NASA Marshall Center Tony Lindeman named Professional of the Year by Project Management Institute

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Tony Lindeman, senior systems engineer for the X-37 flight demonstration project at the Marshall Center, recently was named the Project Management Institute’s North Alabama Chapter Professional of the Year. Lindeman was recognized this month at the Technological Excellence for Aviation, Missiles and Space conference, sponsored by the Huntsville Association of Technical Societies, for outstanding leadership as president of the local Project Management Institute chapter.

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Tony Lindeman, senior systems engineer for the X-37 flight demonstration project at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., recently was named the Project Management Institute's North Alabama Chapter Professional of the Year.

Lindeman was recognized this month at the Technological Excellence for Aviation, Missiles and Space conference, sponsored by the Huntsville Association of Technical Societies, for outstanding leadership as president of the local Project Management Institute chapter. The organization fosters professionalism and career development in project management.

The Professional of the Year award is presented annually to one member from each organization of the Huntsville Association of Technical Societies.

Lindeman earned a bachelor's degree in biology in 1980 from Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, W.Va., and a master's degree in electrical engineering in 1989 from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterrey, Calif. He also completed the Advanced Program Management course from the Defense Systems Management College in Fort Belvoir, Va. He received his certification as a Project Management Professional in 1998.

Lindeman, who began his NASA career in 2003, is responsible for technical reviews and audits of the X-37 flight demonstration vehicle, as well as system engineering management support. The X-37 will test and validate technologies and system performance through a series of atmospheric and orbital flight tests. Results from the X-37 project will aid in the design and development of future launch vehicles.

Lindeman served 20 years as a naval aviator and acquisition workforce member in the U.S. Marine Corps.

A native of Salisbury, Md., Lindeman is a member of the International Council of System Engineers, the Society of Cost Estimating and Analysis and the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers.

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