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Robert  Marlatt
Robert  Marlatt

Robert J. Marlatt

Manager, Application Development and Support Section at Washington State Patrol

50810 SE Grouse Ridge Rd., North Bend, Washington, United States
(425) 453-3000
4/11/2019

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Washington State Patrol

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50810 SE Grouse Ridge Rd.

North Bend, Washington, 98045

United States

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IPMA News -- May 1996

[ Profile, An Interview With Bob Marlatt ][ A Model of Leadership ] [ Digital Signature Law ][ Kiosks Are a Hit ][ April Board Meeting ] Profile: An Interview With Bob Marlatt Bob Marlatt grew up in Lewiston, Idaho. His familymoved to Moses Lake, Washington where he attended high school. fter high school Bob went to Big Bend Community College wherehe earned an AA degree in Business Computer Programming and thenattended Utah State and Eastern Washington University where hereceived a BA in Business Administration with an Information Technologyemphasis. After graduating from college Bob worked for EasternWashington University as a Systems Analyst Programmer 1 whichis the same as a CAP 1 with the state. Bob demonstrated his projectmanagement skills early and was put in charge of implementinga Financial Accounting System. Bob then took a job with KitsapCounty where he implemented a Financial/Payroll System and anElection Management System. Bob also worked at the Boise Cascade Corporationwhere he was the lead analyst for a Production Control, SalesOrder, and Price Quotation System for box plants. This systemwas used by 21 plants nation wide. He also was respoonsible forbringing a structured development methodology to Boise Cascade. As a business consultant, Bob participated in theWashington State Mega System Project which involved strategicplanning. He then joined the Washington State Patrol as a SystemsDevelopment Manager and became the project manager of a $10 millionproject. Bob then wrote the project management part of the BOIEproject for the Depatment of Information Services. Bob currently is working at the Department of Licensing(DOL). DOL's Information System (IS) is composed of five operatingbusiness groups. His first job at DOL was as the LAMP Deputy ProjectDirector. He now serves as the IS Assistant Director for DOL. Bob says DOL is developing its IT governanace usinga "community governance" model. There are many differentgroups that need to be involved in technology policy formulationand implementation. This requires a highly collaborative approachwhich Bob has found to be both difficult and rewarding. Bob says his greatest challenge is managing the volumeof change and projects associated with change. "The challengeis in the management, not the technology," he says. Bob is married with four children ranging in agefrom 8 to 15 years old. He is active in Boy Scouting serving asa Scoutmaster and as the district Eagle Scout Coordinator. Heon the Wood Badge adult leader training staff and is the areaBoy Scout Summer Camp Inspector. In his spare time Bob serves on the New Market SkillsCenter Advisory Committee and was instrumental in creating it'sComputer Programming Vocational Program. Bob's hobbies includeDutch oven cooking, sour dough cooking, camping, and wood crafts. The Board meeting was opened by Bob Marlatt at 7:44 a.m., April 11, 1996. Chairman's Report--Bob Marlatt reported he had set up a meetingwith Dorothy Gerard of the Department of Personnel. Al Bloomberg,Darrel Riffe and Bob will meet with Dorothy to discuss how theIPMA might become involved in issues affecting the informationtechnology professional classifications.

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IPMA News -- January 1997

Bob Marlatt �Bob works as the Department of Licensing Assistant Director of Information Services.He has over seventeen years in data processing, having worked in higher education, at a local county, in the private sector, and as a management consultant.In state government he has experience at WSP, DIS, and Licensing.Bob has been the chairperson of the IPMA twice.He has bee instrumental in establishing the data processing vocational program at the New Market Skills Vocational Center.He has also been leading the refocus of the IPMA on Information Technology community issues.Members Present: Joe Coogan, Bob Monn, Shelagh Taylor, Phil Coates, Al Bloomberg, Jim Andersen, Phil Grigg, Mary Ellen Bradley, Darrel Riffe, Dennis Laine, Bob Marlatt.As a result, the following IPMA members were elected to serve on the Board: Jim Albert, Mary Ellen Bradley, Dennis Laine, Bob Marlatt, Darrel Riffe, and Shelagh Taylor.With his arrival, Bob Marlatt assumed the role of IPMA Chair, and continued the meeting.

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IPMA News -- May 1996

[ Profile, An Interview With Bob Marlatt ] [ A Model of Leadership ] [ Digital Signature Law ] [ Kiosks Are a Hit ] [ April Board Meeting ] Profile: An Interview With Bob MarlattBob Marlatt grew up in Lewiston, Idaho.His family moved to Moses Lake, Washington where he attended high school.After high school Bob went to Big Bend Community College where he earned an AA degree in Business Computer Programming and then attended Utah State and Eastern Washington University where he received a BA in Business Administration with an Information Technology emphasis.After graduating from college Bob worked for Eastern Washington University as a Systems Analyst Programmer 1 which is the same as a CAP 1 with the state.Bob demonstrated his project management skills early and was put in charge of implementing a Financial Accounting System.Bob then took a job with Kitsap County where he implemented a Financial/Payroll System and an Election Management System.Bob also worked at the Boise Cascade Corporation where he was the lead analyst for a Production Control, Sales Order, and Price Quotation System for box plants.This system was used by 21 plants nation wide.He also was respoonsible for bringing a structured development methodology to Boise Cascade. As a business consultant, Bob participated in the Washington State Mega System Project which involved strategic planning.He then joined the Washington State Patrol as a Systems Development Manager and became the project manager of a $10 million project.Bob then wrote the project management part of the BOIE project for the Depatment of Information Services.Bob currently is working at the Department of Licensing (DOL).DOL's Information System (IS) is composed of five operating business groups.His first job at DOL was as the LAMP Deputy Project Director.He now serves as the IS Assistant Director for DOL. Bob says DOL is developing its IT governanace using a "community governance" model.There are many different groups that need to be involved in technology policy formulation and implementation.This requires a highly collaborative approach which Bob has found to be both difficult and rewarding.Bob says his greatest challenge is managing the volume of change and projects associated with change."The challenge is in the management, not the technology," he says.Bob is married with four children ranging in age from 8 to 15 years old.He is active in Boy Scouting serving as a Scoutmaster and as the district Eagle Scout Coordinator.He on the Wood Badge adult leader training staff and is the area Boy Scout Summer Camp Inspector. In his spare time Bob serves on the New Market Skills Center Advisory Committee and was instrumental in creating it's Computer Programming Vocational Program.Members Present: Mary Ellen Bradley, Joe Coogan, Bob Monn, Phil Coates, Dennis Laine, Al Bloomberg, Phil Grigg and Bob Marlatt, Jim Andersen, and Shelagh Taylor. The Board meeting was opened by Bob Marlatt at 7:44 a.m., April 11, 1996. Chairman's Report --Bob Marlatt reported he had set up a meeting with Dorothy Gerard of the Department of Personnel.Al Bloomberg, Darrel Riffe and Bob will meet with Dorothy to discuss how the IPMA might become involved in issues affecting the information technology professional classifications.

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