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Mr. Paul Crumbliss

Chief, Compute Operations

Hosting and Compute Center, Defense Information Systems Agency


Mr. Paul Crumbliss is Chief of Compute Operations under the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Hosting and Compute Center (HaCC). In this role he manages the Mainframe, Server, Infrastructure and Sustainment, Datacenter, Special Services, and Communication Lines of Business (LOB’s). These LOB’s are geographically dispersed across 11 worldwide locations and are responsible for hosting DoD applications by deploying capacity, monitoring utilization, administering operating environments, refreshing technology, and depreciating capacity for all DISA internal and external mission partners.  

Mr. Paul Crumbliss is Chief of Compute Operations under the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Hosting and Compute Center (HaCC). In this role he manages the Mainframe, Server, Infrastructure and Sustainment, Datacenter, Special Services, and Communication Lines of Business (LOB’s). These LOB’s are geographically dispersed across 11 worldwide locations and are responsible for hosting DoD applications by deploying capacity, monitoring utilization, administering operating environments, refreshing technology, and depreciating capacity for all DISA internal and external mission partners.  

Prior to assuming his current role, Mr. Crumbliss worked as the Chief Applications Division of DISA’s former Services Executive. Mr. Crumbliss has also served as Program Manager for DoD Enterprise Email (DEE) at DISA. In this role Mr. Crumbliss was responsible for developing, reviewing, and reporting on the DEE program, with an annual budget of $110M that allowed the DEE system to support the entire DoD community, including Services, Agencies and Combatant Commands.  

Before joining the DoD civilian workforce in 2009 Mr. Crumbliss worked for Honeywell, DynCorp, and Lockheed Martin. Mr. Crumbliss served in the United States Marine Corps (USMC) from 1985 to 1989, where he specialized as an avionics technician, working on various systems supporting numerous platforms.