Stan Boddie

Information, Communications, & Technology Department

Academic Credentials: 
B.A., Saint Leo College 
M.A., Webster University
M.S., George Mason University
D.M., University of Phoenix

Relevant Professional Experience: 
Dr. Boddie has over 30 years professional experience in information technology-related activities.  Dr. Boddie provides graduate-level education in organizational leadership, management, enterprise architecture, and program and project management.  A key highlight of Dr. Boddie's professional career include leading the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Information Technology Services implementation of "The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001" legislation.  During this major presidential initiative, the IRS and its partners mailed checks totaling over $36B to approximately 90 million taxpayers.  Dr. Boddie also led program and project management support to numerous organizations including the U.S. White House, Treasury Department, Commerce Department, and the Social Security Administration.  Dr. Boddie developed several frameworks and models that enable organizational leaders to improve enterprise strategic performance.  Dr. Boddie publishes peer-reviewed journal articles, authors chapters in book publications, and delivers facilitated presentations.  Dr. Boddie is the NDU iCollege Professor of the Year for 2006 - 2007.

Dr. Boddie is a noted scholar and conducts continuing research in organizational leadership, enterprise management, governance, strategic planning, enterprise architecture, and portfolio management.  Dr. Boddie's research in these areas was published in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, and 2014.

Enterprise Architecture for Leaders (ARC)
Planning and Managing Enterprise Architecture Programs (PMA)
Department of Defense Enterprise Architecture and Modeling for Enterprise Architecture (MEA) courses