Mark A Tuttle
Project Manager, Human Dynamics Group
Mark Tuttle is a Project Manager for Human Dynamics Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). His focus is applying lessons learned from his diverse geospatial technology and multiyear, multi-participant project management background to multiple efforts currently underway within the Geographic Information Science and Technology (GIST) Group. Specifically, he serves as the Project Manager for a 10-year effort to develop a variety of critical infrastructure spatial datasets and a multi-year effort to develop the first high resolution spatial building inventory for the US. Both efforts are targeted to the national, state and local emergency preparation and response community. Cumulatively, Mr. Tuttle has been member of the GIST Group for 18 years and been an integral part of a variety of efforts ranging from coordination of the GIST group responsibilities for DOE emergency preparation and response for the Visualization and Modeling Workgroup, micro-scale modeling and simulation, transportation impacts and analysis, geospatial knowledge discovery. Mr. Tuttle previously served the State of Tennessee as the Director of GIS Services in the Office for Information Resources, Department of Finance and Administration for seven years.