Scott Tate
4201 Wilson Boulevard, #110-342
Arlington, VA 22203

Cell: (703) 598-2814


Work Experience

CompuTate, 4201 Wilson Boulvard, #110-342, Arlington, VA 22203
January 1995 - Present

Consult with organizations of various sizes and types to determine Internet and automation needs. Create customized connectivity, research, promotional, and training programs for clients. Expertise includes designing, coding, and maintaining World Wide Web sites; and training users in office, classroom, and seminar settings. Extensive experience with HTML, Java, CGI, ColdFusion, Netscape 1.x - 4.x, Internet Explorer 3.x, 4.x.

Georgetown University, 37th & O Streets, NW, Washington, DC 20007
School for Summer and Continuing Education
Adjunct Professor
July 1994 - August 1997

Taught Internet- and computer-related courses, including "Discovering the Internet", "Introduction to Windows", "Introduction to PC's", and "Introduction to DOS".

Georgetown University, 37th & O Streets, NW, Washington, DC 20007
Human Resources Department
Local Area Network Administrator
January 1987 - December 1994

Responsibilities included all maintenance and enhancement of Novell local area network, as well as installation and training on application programs, including WordPerfect, Groupwise, Lotus 1-2-3, and Aldus Pagemaker.

Tate Automated Services, 1563 Colonial Terrace, #401, Arlington, VA 22209
January 1986 - December 1986

Proprietor of data/word processing firm which performed work for individuals and area businesses.

Capital Systems, Inc., Arlington, VA
March 1983 - December 1985

Onsite contract employee at major federal agencies. Worked as mainframe COBOL programmer analyst and supervised data technician. Activities included system analysis and design, coding and testing the software, and training the end users. Described by division director as "extremely productive and self-motivated" and "one of the best performers in the company". Highlighted in company internal publication, "The Capital Scene", on numerous occasions.

Location Products Systems/Skills
U.S. Customs Service, Office of Enforcement Case Management System
IBM Mainframe
RPF Report Writer
U.S. Customs Service, Office of Investigations Case Analysis System - assisted in design and creation of one of first online, real-time data entry and analysis systems within agency.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
U.S. Marine Corps
Cherry Point, NC
Created extensive documentation, technical and end-user, for online inventory/equipment system.


Novell 3.11 System Manager/Advanced System Manager; Riverbend Group, Inc., August 1992
Certificate in Computer Programming; Strayer College; May 1982 - November 1982
Georgetown University; September 1978 - December 1981


Mainframe: COBOL, Datacom/DB, CICS, JCL, Syncsort, RPF Report Writer, Roscoe
Network: Internet, Intranet, World Wide Web, HTML, Java, CGI, Novell 3.x
PC: Netscape, Internet Explorer, WordPerfect, Lotus 1-2-3, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Pagemaker, Windows 3.1, Windows 95
WWW Development: FrontPage, Netscape Navigator Gold/Composor, Hot Dog Pro, HomeSite


Tate, Scott: "Weaving a Web Site: 10 Secrets to Online Success". Party & Paper Retailer XIII(9): 20-21, September 1998.

Tate, Scott and Gregg: "Hot Home Pages: Five Steps to Getting Started on the World Wide Web". Development XXIX(3): 48-52, Fall 1998.

Tate, Scott and Gregg: "Just Browsing". Party & Paper Retailer XII(1): 32-35, January 1997.

Tate, Scott: "Quick Help with Small Business Finances: A Guide to the Quicken Financial Network". Time Vista: The Online Resort for Small Businesses., 1996.

Tate, Scott and Gregg: "Cyberlink". Party & Paper Retailer XI(12):24-25, November 1996.

Tate, Scott and Gregg: "CyberLink". Party & Paper Retailer XI(7):36-37, July 1996.

Tate, Scott and Gregg: "Setting Your 'Sites' on the Internet". The Devillier Report. Winter 1996.

Published, edited, and wrote for "Internet Novice" newsletter, June 1994 - May 1997.

Produced and co-hosted "CompuTwins" television program, Arlington Community Television, November 1997 - May 1998.

Created World Wide Web sites for the National Association of Community Action Agencies, Travel Business Roundtable, and the United States Telephone Association, as well as other commercial and non-profit organizations and events; served as Webmaster for Arlington, Virginia's World Wide Web site; and have provided training and consulting services for cabinet-level federal departments and Fortune 500 companies.