Solution Director, Digital Sustainment
Amanda Koons-Stapf is a chief solutions architect of digital engineering/digital sustainment within the Strategy, Growth, and Innovation Group. Koons-Stapf joined SAIC in 2008 as reliability engineer at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where she worked with NASA engineers to quantitatively perform reliability, availability, and maintainability (RAM) analyses on various systems and subsystems. Koons-Stapf was instrumental in improving the overall launch availability from the Shuttle Program to the Ground Systems Development and Operations (GSDO) from 88% to 98%. As chief solutions architect, Koons-Stapf works to develop sound, repeatable digital engineering offerings, including research and investments in digital thread and digital twins. Koons-Stapf has led solutions for digital engineering opportunities across all government customer groups while simultaneously leading various logistics and reliability programs to ensure customer requirements are met.