July 1995 - Present
Curt is the President of Technology and Society, Incorporated, a corporation encompassing his work both as a writer and as an Excel and Access consultant. He is the sole or lead author of more than twenty books, including more than a dozen on Microsoft Excel.
April 1994 - June 1995
Curt maintained Digital Gateway Systems' ties with domestic clients, including various government agencies and government-related trade organizations. Curt also provided customer and sales support as required.
July 1990 - April 1994
During his time with MITRE, Curt moved from an administrative position to a technical staff position. While with the Economic Analysis Center, Curt was part of an in-house team developing defense trade analysis methodologies to determine the economic impact of military technology transfers. Prior to his tenure with the Economic Analysis Center, Curt served as a Technical Associate in the Workstation Systems Engineering Center (WSEC). His responsibilities with the WSEC included object-oriented database design and work for the Open Source Processing Research Initiative, an internally-funded project to enhance information retrieval by applying natural language processing techniques.
Curt received his B.A. with Honors in Political Science from Syracuse University in May 1990. He went on to complete 33 hours of coursework in information systems, computer science, operations research, and international business at George Mason University from 1991-1994.