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Information Technology Support

Ocoee, Florida, United States
February 14, 2018

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Experience Summary

Extensive experience in logistics management, repair and depot operations, and material support for major Department of Defense programs, including providing Information Technology Support for Material Management, Logistics Services, Information Delivery, and Database Management, Procurement, and Inventory Control. Demonstrated skills in information integration, communications, and problem solving. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Consistently recognized for outstanding performance with advancements, awards and increases in responsibility and pay. An experienced Logistics/Data Analyst, combining technical and business strengths that provide optimum logistics posture, material and systems readiness, and operational/cost efficiencies. Extensive experience in the custom home construction industry via family business with keen attention to detail for quality assurance. Currently hold a DoD Secret Clearance.

Business and Professional Strengths

Logistics Management Support

Maintenance and Repair

Requisition, Acquisitions, and Receiving

Asset Management and Control

Networking and Hardware Support

Spares Management

Inventory Control and Reconciliation

Export Control and Shipping

HAZMAT Handling and Communication

Technical Research

Procedures Development

Database Integrity

Employment History

C4 Planning Solutions 2011-Present

Procurement Specialist: US SOUTHCOM Enterprise Information Technology Services Support Contract Doral, FL

Provide procurement functionality for major information technology support contract. Coordinate and maintain vendor and supplier relationships to ensure timely acquisition of products and services.

Responsible for multi-million dollar purchasing on an annual basis, to include subcontracts in support of US SOUTHCOM (US Southern Command).

Developing, drafting, writing, and editing reports, briefs, proposals, and other documents in support of a client’s requirements.

Work within the FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulations) guidelines, and the Federal Supply System to include automated and manual supply systems along equipment serviceability standards and criteria.

Receive and prepare all solicitations from the government client for equipment, and service agreements.

Issue Request for Proposals (RFPs) as warranted and Request for Quotes (RFQs), on a daily basis, to the appropriate vendors, this includes reviewing and approving the returned quotes/bids. Organize and maintain task system for client and auditors.

Prepares purchasing package to include cost analysis, and numerous supporting documents that follow the FAR regulation and complies with all government and Department of Defense accountability standards.

Transmits and prioritizes approved purchase orders and supporting documents to supplier.

Prepare and present, on a regular basis, cost analysis to the client (military and civilian personnel).

Utilize SD+ (Service Desk +, Ticketing System) and devise methods to enhance system and improve efficiency.

Utilize Army CHESS (Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions) system for making Commercial IT acquisitions in accordance with Federal requirements.

Create purchase orders and track from inception to receipt at warehouse and delivery to customer.

Create and present on a regular basis cost analysis to client (military and civilian personnel).

Develop and maintain positive supplier relationships.

Interfaces with personnel to coordinate meetings, maintain logs, records and files, provides end-user support, and performs general administrative duties.

Reviews planned orders, creates requisitions for purchased items, and manages approval process.

Tracks orders and confirms system lead times, delivery dates, and costs.

Assists in budgetary, billing, and financial management. Responsible for preparing and/or maintaining systems, programming and operations documentation, procedures and methods, including user reference manuals.

Monitor supplier performance and act as an initial point of contact to resolve issues and problems.

Identify areas for cost and quality improvements and work with suppliers to implement.

Ensure that statutory requirements are met with all sourcing and contracting activities.

Assist with basic negotiation strategies that result in desired procurement outcomes.

Leads finance and logistics staff in resolving reception and invoice discrepancies.

Consistently make independent decisions.

Lockheed Martin Corporation 1988 - 2010

Logistics Management Analyst/Computer Operations Specialist - US Army AH-64 Support Center, Orlando, FL

Provided logistical, supply support, and database management for the Depot Support Facility (DSF) and central distribution point. Coordinated supply and repair operations between the DSF and Field Support Sites, Contractor Supply Support Activities, and Special Repair Activity at locations both within and outside the United States.

Directed logistics support employees providing logistics support and material handling

Received an average of 35 shipments daily and prepared documentation for inventory control and shipment

Coordinated packaging, handling, storage, transportation, and disposition of equipment and repair items for depot level support operations

Prepared shipping documentation and Government Bills of Lading for domestic and international shipping

Mitigated risks associated with hazardous materials and applying safety precautions during their transport, use, storage and disposal

Operated as IT Liason/Asset Manager providing logistical and technical support for Contractor Supply Support Activities (CSSAs) at various locations in and out of Continental United States (CONUS)

Coordinated with other organizations and customers to identify logistics support requirements and initiate expediting actions to meet priorities and operational timetables

Maintained database integrity by addressing data exception reports and making corrections to data as needed

Provided systems configuration management, creating individual logins for the Unified Tracking System and Asset Management System databases and monitored user license activity

Negotiated pricing of repairs and services for peripheral devices with vendors saving unnecessary expenditures

Provided document control functions in accordance with federal regulation requirements

Provided desktop, phone system, network and hardware support, troubleshooting and repair for over 30 local computer stations and peripherals worldwide

Logistic/Supply Specialist/CFSR, US Army Aviation Logistics School, Ft. Eustis, VA

As field rep for Lockheed Martin, provided the Army with logistical and supply field operations support for the Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Sensor System (TADS/PNVS) used on the AH-64 Apache Helicopter. Work encompassed technical support, maintenance and repair on 17 TADS/PNVS systems and associated training devices. Interfaced with customers, internal corporate offices, and various governmental agencies to resolve logistics issues and provide up to date information.

Hands on maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of TADS/PNVS systems

Shipping, receiving and inventory control of Government Furnished Equipment spares, repair parts and company assets with an approximate value in excess of $2 million dollars

Issued spares, and shipped materials to end-users and repair depots

Requisitioned spares, provisions and product support for the TADS/PNVS systems

Received and classified repair parts and turn-ins for serviceability

Collected and input configuration data for TADS/PNVS systems on computer using Government, commercial software, and custom written programs designed for use with TADS/PNVS logistics and supply operations

Maintained data and participated in cost avoidance program, annually saving the Army approximately $1M

Operated as a procedure “A” contractor with Government Bill of Lading Authority

Developed and wrote procedures relating to supply support and logistics functions

Performed technical data research and analysis using engineering drawings, technical manuals, and military data research

Joey Productions/Self-Employed, Hampton, Virginia/Orlando, Florida 1978 - present

D/J, Sound Engineer, Musician

Provide music and/or sound reinforcement for various clubs, groups, churches, local and national acts

Maintain inventory of approximately $100k in assets, create and maintain documentation, make sales, purchases and provide equipment maintenance

Perform as bandleader, drummer and vocalist in local area bands and with national acts

Manage personnel, fleet operations and maintenance.

Previous Experience: Worked as teacher’s aide in a K-12 school for special needs children. Worked as a Delivery Driver for local lumber company. Have also worked in a warehouse environment for a major theme park.

Education and Certifications

Defense Acquisition University Courses: Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management (ACQ 101) Fundamentals of Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering (SYS 101), Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals (LOG 101), Fundamentals of System Sustainment Management (LOG 102).

DoD Information Assurance Awareness, Cybersecurity Awareness, Trafficking in Persons Training

Lockheed Martin Compliance Certifications:

ESDS Level 2 (Gold), Hazardous Waste, Hazard Communication, Export Control, Foreign Object Damage (FOD), International Business Practices, Guidelines for Professional Conduct, Intellectual Property, Laser Safety, Personal Protective Equipment, Optics Handling

Computer Technician Diploma, Kee Business College, Newport News, Virginia

Accelerated hands-on, applications oriented training program covered basic electronics, A.C. and D.C. circuits, semiconductor transistor technology, digital electronics, microprocessor programming, interfacing and troubleshooting

Coursework in Music, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

Coursework in Psychology, Howard University, Washington, D.C.

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