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Our client is seeking a Technical Architect Lead for a Homeland Security initiative project. The ideal candidate would come from a software arhitecture background and is currently operating as a System Architect in a software environment. This is a permanent position with no travel. Client is seeking local candidates as they are not offering a relocation package. For consideration, please send your resume to
Technical Expertise
 Experience with J2EE
Experience with all phases of product development lifecycle.
Experience working in a UNIX and/or Microsoft environments
Ability to help develop technical/application architecture as new requirements arise
Ability to understand various technology in order to create architecture scope, definition, construction, and execution
Experience in designing and developing solutions that meet functional, technical, and performance requirements
Experience in mapping business requirements to technology capability
Ability to review technical documentation to verify compliance with client
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