ROBERT L. BECKMAN, Ph.D., has been building knowledge management systems most of his professional career. He is currently the Chief Knowledge Officer of CareVector LLC where he is helping to run an Observational Study researching TBI and PTSD in brain-injured wounded warriors. He is responsible for sustaining the national network of hyperbaric clinics as well as architecting the technology platform for data collection and analysis. Professionally, he has most recently architected a worldwide joint planning system. He has been the Chief Knowledge Officer or Chief Information Officer of several organizations within DOD/OSD and the Intelligence Community. He has participated in and led revolutionary efforts in Strategic Planning, organizational and management re-engineering, knowledge based targeting and decision support, competitive intelligence, war room development, targeting and thwarting foreign targeting of US assets, fraud detection, counter drug, counter terror, and money laundering and organized crime investigations. He was a senior member of an elite data integration effort for the counter-intelligence (CI) and counterterrorism (CT) communities, and has built a prototype for law enforcement entities engaged in CI, CT and homeland security. He had an extensive academic and publishing career, as well as being a co-owner of consulting and software companies. His PhD is in International Relations and he is an expert on nuclear non-proliferation. He is a former USAF KC-135 pilot and a Vietnam Veteran. He has been engaged pro bono in helping to treat and heal brain injured service members for over six years.