Mr. McCullough has over 30 years of professional experience in program and project management and analyst positions in a wide range of activities in both the government and private sectors. Since 1989, Mr. McCullough earned national recognition for his work with planning, programming and implementing base realignment and closure (BRAC) actions for the Air Force and Army, and also directly supported the Army’s recent European Infrastructure Consolidation task. He filled leadership roles in developing the Air Force BRAC 91 and Army BRAC 05 recommendations submitted to the Base Realignment and Closure Commissions, programming the funding, and implementing the actions.
Mr. McCullough has additional unique experience in that he filled key roles in getting his BRAC budgets approved through the Air Force and Army leadership and Congress, and following approval of the Appropriations Acts, getting the actual funding allocated through the financial management systems to the implementing organizations. He went on to support the BRAC implementation phase from both the headquarters and installation levels. He gained broader experience through leading contract support to IMCOM-Korea for 3 years and through the direct support he provided to the Army’s European Infrastructure Consolidation (EIC) initiative from 2013 to 2015.
In summary, Mr. McCullough has led and supported a variety of activities across the U.S. Department of Defense inside and outside the United States. He and members of his various teams supported key installation offices in OSD, the Air Force and the Army in developing innovative strategies and facilitating interagency decision making that will save American taxpayers billions of dollars in life cycle infrastructure costs. He graduated from the US Air Force Academy, Army Command and General Staff College, Webster University, and the US Naval War College.