Public-Private Partnership

Development of the new Cyber Center and Museum is being undertaken as a private-public partnership of the nonprofit National Cryptologic Museum Foundation (NCMF) and the NSA. MOU

Private-sector team members include:

*    LtGen Kenneth Minihan, USAF (Ret) Chairman, Founders’ Group
*    John C. "Chris" Inglis, Former Deputy Director NSA/CSS
*    Edmund O. Schweitzer, III, Ph.D, Board Member, National Cryptologic Museum Foundation
*    MGEN Roderick J. Isler, USA (Ret) Vice President, Cyber Center for Education & Innovation, New Museum Campaign
*    Mr. Larry Castro Chief Operating Officer, Cyber Center for Education & Innovation, New Museum Project
*    Mrs. Carol Stromberg, Executive Administrator
*    Fernando Partners, a consultancy with expertise in public- private project capitalization, organization and development
*    Ziger/Snead Architects, developed initial site plans and building concepts both through the generous sponsorship of Corporate Office Properties Trust and
     pro-bono; now retained as Project Architect going forward
*    Morris & Ritchie Associates (MRA), on-board for Civil and Site Engineering and environmental assessment support
*    Gilbane Building Company, fully-engaged as the project's construction manager
*    Ralph Applebaum Associates (RAA), premier exhibit design firm, will be the project's exhibit and media designer

Public team members include:

*    ADM Michael S. Rogers, USN, Director, NSA/CSS. Commander, US Cyber Command
*    Mr. George Barnes, Deputy Director, NSA
*    Ms. Arlene Santos, Senior Project Director for the CCEI/New Museum Project
*    Mr. Patrick Weadon, National Cryptologic Museum Curator
*    Jennifer Wilcox, National Cryptologic Museum Administrator