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LT Vadim S. Ilin United States Coast Guard C4IT Service Center Lieutenant Vadim S. Ilin serves as the Chief of the Liaison and Coordination Branch, within the Business Operations Division of the Coast Guard’s Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Information Technology (C4IT) Service Center. While serving in this Lieutenant Commander position, Lieutenant Ilin leads a highly effective branch of six Coast Guard personnel. He and his team are responsible to manage the disposition of C4ISR systems aboard all Coast Guard cutters that are being decommissioned (and often offered to United States’ allies through Foreign Military Sales cases), facilitate the C4IT Service Center’s responses for all Privacy and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, coordinate mission support requirements for the Coast Guard’s Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) request ticketing system, and manage the establishment and transition of the C4IT Service Center’s new services. His New Service Integration responsibilities have included transitioning the Coast Guard’s legacy Medical & Dental Radiology Information Technology Systems through a comprehensive modernization process to improve our health systems’ overall reliability, sustainability, and cybersecurity. Lieutenant Ilin’s previous assignment was at the C4IT Service Center’s Command, Control, and Communications Engineering Center, where he served as a Project Manager within the Vessel Traffic Service Asset Line. In this role, he was responsible for the lifecycle sustainment of Automatic Identification Systems used in vessel traffic management in the United States’ busiest seaports. He also served as the Installation Manager for the Port and Waterways Safety System, successfully deploying the system at several Coast Guard Vessel Traffic Centers. His other projects included RF interference detection and mitigation, emergency relocation of radar sensors to mitigate coverage gaps, and the transition of the Automatic Identification System sensors to an internet protocol architecture. Lieutenant Ilin is a recipient of the Command, Control, and Communications Engineering Center’s 2017 Military Engineer of the Year Award. Prior to joining the U.S. Coast Guard, Lieutenant Ilin spent five years working for the U.S. Air Force. As a civilian member of the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron based at Hurlburt Field AFB, he performed security and law enforcement duties, protecting U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command assets and personnel, including the AFSOC Commander. Lieutenant Ilin holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from University of West Florida, where his team earned first place in the 2013 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Myron Zucker Award for their innovative design of a Solar Array Positioning Controller. He and his wife Maria have two children, Mark and Alexander.