Mr. Rebovich has worked in tactical and strategic sensor and command and control (C2) systems, Department of Defense initiatives, international and foreign military sales programs, North Atlantic Treaty Organization working groups, and cross-agency communities of practice. His experience includes strategic planning, concept exploration and program development, systems engineering and acquisition of surveillance and C2 information systems, multi-sensor information systems, and combat identification systems.
Rebovich is active in the systems engineering community. He is on the technical committees of the IEEE Systems and System of Systems (SoS) Engineering conferences, the Conference on Systems Engineering Research (CSER) conference, and is a member of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) SoS SE committee. He has authored or co-authored papers at the International Council on Systems Engineering, International Conference on Complex Systems, Military Communications, CSER, and NDIA Systems Engineering conferences and is a co-author of the article Systems Engineering for Capabilities, published in CrossTalk magazine. Mr. Rebovich is the author of invited chapters in several systems engineering books and is a co-editor of the CRC Press book Enterprise Systems Engineering: Advances in Theory & Practice. He is the technical lead of the MITRE Systems Engineering Guide, a co-author of the Department of Defense Systems Engineering Guide for Systems of Systems and a development team member of the MITRE Systems Engineering Competency Model.
Rebovich holds a BS from the U.S. Military Academy, an MS in mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a certificate of administration and management from Harvard University, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.
Before joining MITRE, he served in the U.S. Army, including assignments in the U.S., Europe, and with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam. Mr. Rebovich is a former associate professor of mathematics at the U.S. Military Academy.