Who Am I?

My name is Chuck Hauger, I am an employee of EDS. My present position is as an Associate Systems Engineer with Kinetra. Kinetra is a joint venture between Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and Eli Lilly. Electronic Data Systems Corporation (EDS) has partnered with Eli Lilly and Company and its subsidiary, IMS MEDACOM Networks, to establish the most comprehensive, effective and valuable information networking products and services in the healthcare field.
The Mission of Kinetra is to be the healthcare electronic commerce services leader, delivering information solutions
that improve economic and clinical outcomes and add operational value to the patient/provider encounter.

Previous to my current position at EDS, I was employed as the INSPIRE Technical Support Specialist for INCOLSA located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Before that I worked as the Academic Computing Specialist at Vincennes University, in Vincennes, Indiana and before that I was a Microcomputer/Network Consultant for User Services of Academic Computing and Networking Services at my Alma Mater, Indiana State University. I graduated from Indiana State University in May, 1995 with a BS degree in Management Information Systems.

I am a native of Indiana, having been born and raised in South Bend, just a couple of miles from the Campus of the University of Notre Dame. I went to High School at South Bend LaSalle, and was a 1981 Graduate


Prior to attending ISU as a student, I had served in the U.S. Army within the Intelligence and Security Command ( INSCOM ) for 9 years as an Electronic Warfare/Cryptologic Signals Intelligence Analyst. My duties were to analyze both Russian voice and Manual Morse communications.

My units were all subordinate to the National Security Agency , at Ft Meade, Maryland. I learned Russian at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California.

While in the military, I was initially stationed in Missouri (going through Basic Training at Ft Leonard Wood ), I finished basic and Proceeded to Language school in Monterey , California (Learning Russian at the Presidio of Monterey), My first advanced training was located near San Angelo , Texas (Learning my analytical skills at Goodfellow AFB, in San Angelo ). My Tactical Intelligence training was in Massachusetts (Learning tactical analytics and Cryptography at Ft. Devens {NOW CLOSED as of FY96}, about 20 miles outside Boston in Ayer ). Finally after over two years of training, I arrived at my first duty station located in between Hopkinsville, Kentucky and Clarksville Tennessee .(the 311th MI BN, 101st ABN DIV, Ft Campbell, KY) all located within the U.S.

I also spent four years living in the heart of Bavaria in Augsburg, Germany (Stationed at originally what was known as 3rd Ops BN, US Army Field Station Augsburg, and then renamed to 714th MI BN, 701st MI BDE, USAFSA{This unit was discontinued on January 13, 1993})

My final two years in the military were spent in Misawa, Japan (Stationed in Northern Japan, [Tohoku Region, Aomori Prefecture] at Misawa AB with the 750th MI BN,{Now only a detachment}US Army Field Station Misawa).

As a member of the Military during the Coldwar (1945 - 1991) you may be eligible to receive a Coldwar Recognition Certificate from the DoD. Just go to http://coldwar.army.mil/


After Graduating High School in 1981, I enrolled at Purdue University. I lived in the Ross Ade Apartments next to the Stadium with three other roomates, including one of my best friends Gary Walker. I had decided on a double major of Aeronautical Engineering and Partying. I was able to attain my degree in one of those majors in a single year. I was allowed to leave with the knowledge that I had graduated Summa Really Drunk. After 12 years, 9 of which were spent in the service, I decided to rejoin the academic world and get a real degree.

After I had gotten out of the Military I moved in with a woman I had known in Germany. We lived in Tacoma, Washington. I had been accepted to Indiana State University, because I was still considered an Indiana resident. In November of 1992 I left Tacoma and headed for Terre Haute, Indiana. I began at ISU in January of 1993. I majored in MIS, and decided to become active in student organizations. I was a member of the Student Government as a "Commuter Senator". I also joined the MISA a student group for individuals interested in MIS.

One of my biggest interests was becoming part of the Business Fraternity Delta Sigma Pi in the Delta Tau Chapter. After I graduated, I even spent some time in a National position within the Fraternity as a Regional Director, and a member of the Board of Directors. It was through this organization that I met some quality people, one special person that I met was my Mentor or my Big Brother in the fraternity. As this was a co-ed fraternity , my Big Brother was a female and almost 10 years my junior. Renee (Auffart) Fehribach was my Big Brother as well as having the same major, and we have become very close friends. I have been taken into her family and am now close to her parents, brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts and uncles most of whom live in Ferdinand, IN or Jasper. I am basically an extended member of the family. I was even given a part in her wedding, and have become good friends with her Husband.

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EDS/Kinetra Systems Engineer

My major areas of responsibility include:



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My Goals For the Year

  1. Under construction


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My Projects For the Year


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Links to my favorite Places


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Want to see my Resume?


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How to contact me?

To contact me, you have several choices:

  1. You can email me at chauger@indy.net
  2. You can also email me at hauger@mama.indstate.edu
  3. You can phone me at 317-298-4250.

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