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Support Management

Location:
Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401, United States
Posted:
February 13, 2018

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MICHAEL C KAMIN

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H: 571-***-**** C: 571-***-**** ac4gkg@r.postjobfree.com

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Experienced analyst and program manager, skilled in analysis of complex problems and delivery of practical solutions.

More than 20 years in leadership and management in small and large organizations in

both the military and private sector. Extensive roles in improving readiness, training, operational planning, organizational management, program management, and program analysis. Participated in all levels of program analysis and solution delivery including forecasting, budgeting, planning, operations, and implementation. Functioned as team member and leader for diverse projects including Army Automated Installation Entry control system, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, Limited Objective Experiments, Battalion command post operation. Developed and managed Marine Corps Ground combat element organizational structure for personnel and equipment.

CLEARANCE: TOP SECRET (PR initiated June 2016)

SKILLS

Strong leader

Exceptional communication skills

Skilled researcher

Adept at troubleshooting

Insightful problem solver

Operations center management

Resource coordination

Risk assessment and management

Process improvement

Human Resource management

WORK HISTORY

ALION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

International Collaboration Analyst/Alexandria, Va. November 2017 - Present

Provide strategic planning and implementation services to enhance global S&T cooperation between DoD and external organizations globally.

Assist the Director by providing concise planning and implementation options for achieving the goals of ITPO in the most efficient and effective manner.

Serve as chief coordinator for all US-NATO activity that falls under the cognizance of the ITPO and the U.S. National Coordinator for NATO Research and Technology Board (RTB).

Act as a technical representative for the Director at domestic and international forums, as required, and providing the Director with concise, accurate assessments of the technical, programmatic, policy and political content of said meetings.

Initiate research and outreach to previously untapped international S&T partners to ensure that ITPO maintains capability and oversight of the global and emerging technology climate

Organize and host NATO STO Prep Meetings with US Board National Members (all SES) and brief key to be presented at the NATO Science & Technology Board (STB) meeting.

Coordinate the appointments of relevant subject matter experts to the Technical Activities within the STO at the direction of the various U.S. Panel Leads.

Coordinate and review International Agreements to ensure that OASD(R&E) reviews International agreements prior to final approval.

Produce nation-specific white-papers that address science and technology capabilities in the international community (especially NATO and The Technology Cooperation Program member nations) as well as delineating the pol-mil relationship between national and international science and technology community and the United States.

Prepare draft action packages and prepare reports to document findings.

CARLOTTA SCIENCES INTERNATIONAL

International Collaboration Analyst/Alexandria, Va. June 2017 - Present

Provide strategic planning and implementation services to enhance global S&T cooperation between DoD and external organizations globally.

Assist the Director by providing concise planning and implementation options for achieving the goals of ITPO in the most efficient and effective manner.

Serve as chief coordinator for all US-NATO activity that falls under the cognizance of the ITPO and the U.S. National Coordinator for NATO Research and Technology Board (RTB).

Act as a technical representative for the Director at domestic and international forums, as required, and providing the Director with concise, accurate assessments of the technical, programmatic, policy and political content of said meetings.

Initiate research and outreach to previously untapped international S&T partners to ensure that ITPO maintains capability and oversight of the global and emerging technology climate

Organize and host NATO STO Prep Meetings with US Board National Members (all SES) and brief key to be presented at the NATO Science & Technology Board (STB) meeting.

Coordinate the appointments of relevant subject matter experts to the Technical Activities within the STO at the direction of the various U.S. Panel Leads.

Coordinate and review International Agreements to ensure that OASD(R&E) reviews International agreements prior to final approval.

Produce nation-specific white-papers that address science and technology capabilities in the international community (especially NATO and The Technology Cooperation Program member nations) as well as delineating the pol-mil relationship between national and international science and technology community and the United States.

Prepare draft action packages and prepare reports to document findings.

POHANKA HONDA

Sales Associate Fredericksburg, VA March 2017 – June 2017

Worked with client to identify requirements with respect to budget, features, colors

Assembled vehicle deal packages ensuring accuracy and completeness

Ensured client's vehicle is set up to pair with mobile devices and additional personal preferences

Conducted client follow-up to address and post sale issues or concerns.

KILDERKIN GROUP

Program Analyst Stafford, VA September 2016 – February 2017

Provided program management support to Marine Corps Training Information Management System and Organizational Message System Project Managers

Developed and Managed the Integrated Master Schedule for multiple projects

Provide administrative support to develop required briefings

Developed schedule tracking and deliverable tracking system ensuring program deliverables provided in a timely manner.

Provided risk assessment and risk management support to Tier II Programs within program office

MANTECH CORPORATION

Senior Science and Technology Operations & Plans Analyst Quantico, VA October 2015 - May 2016

Provided senior-level analysis and support to the Science and Technology (S&T) Division Operations Officer.

Supported strategic planning, operational management, coordination and execution of the

mission, functions, and activities of the S&T Division, Marine Corps

Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL), Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC),

Quantico, Virginia.

Assisted in the formulation and coordination of strategic Science and Technology (S&T) campaign plans

and future S&T project portfolio planning consistent with broader USMC (EF21) and Futures

Directorate planning guidance.

Coordinated, tracked, and updated the master schedule of events across the division ensuring personnel and equipment availability in support of experimentation events.

Determined critical information requirements; devised management plans, analyzed, and evaluated

operations requirements relative to division mission.

Provided expert advice on policy matters and capabilities in executing current and future operations

activities or requirements.

Supported the Operations Officer in meetings, conferences and special working groups with senior

leadership at higher echelons, counterparts at supporting activities and officials at other organizations

within the wider Defense, National, and International S&T community.

CAMBER CORPORATION

Program Analyst III Fort Belvoir, VA February 2014 - October 2015

Served as project site lead in support of the Force Protection Program Office, Automated Installation

Entry program.

Supervised five sites across the United States, managing the master schedule and ensure appropriate updates within Project to track progress system installation

Responsibilities included:

oTracking and oversight of all aspects of site installation and acceptance

testing

oCoordinating and tracking status reports related to individual installation locations,

oAssessment of operational successes and failures.

oProvide briefings and recommendations on system status to program office

oReview of project proposals for cost, scope, and scale

AMERICAN SYSTEMS

Senior Science and Technology Analyst Dumfries, VA November 2012 - February 2014

Provided subject matter expert (SME) analysis of future force capabilities ensuring concepts

met the current and emerging needs of the Marine Corps

Attended high-level meetings capturing actions items requiring follow-up

Communicated the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Science and Technology (S&T) vision to key

stakeholders, S&T partners, customers, and performers

Assisted ONR in developing and executing Technology Concept Demonstrations Engagements with

their Marine Corps Warfighting Lab partners

Assisted in the rewrite and update of the United States Marine Corps (USMC) S&T Handbook and development of the Program Executive Office, Land Systems (PEO-LS) staff guide

SAIC

Senior Analyst Quantico, VA May 2008 - November 2012

Served as Fires and Maneuver subject matter expert supporting the Marine Corps Warfighting

Laboratory (MCWL) Experiment Plans Branch

Acted as plans officer for concept based experimentation

Developed a plan of action and milestones for employment of experimental technologies

Coordinated with supporting units prior to and during execution

Supported The project officer as required during conduct of the experiment

Determined measures of effectiveness and developed data collection plan as part of a limited test and evaluation process

Evaluated the suitability of technologies to support emerging concepts

Conducted research and analysis of proposed concept

Identified historic application of similar concepts to develop recommended tactics techniques and procedures.

CAS-INC

Program Analyst Quantico, VA February 2007 - May 2008

Program Analyst for Counter Rocket Artillery and Mortar (C-RAM) and Ground Based Operational

Surveillance System (G-BOSS) for the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL)

Updated and monitored the master schedule of events for delivery of systems and required updates

Acted as the liaison between the MCWL and the C-RAM project office in Huntsville, AL

Performed gap analysis of system requirements and capabilities; additionally responsible for collecting

information provided from theater and feedback from program liaison officers

Coordinated responses to identified requirement with the program office

EDO CORPORATION

Functional Analyst Stafford, VA May 2005 - February 2007

Global Force Management (GFM) project task lead

Provided technical oversight of Total Force Structure Management System (TFSMS) and GFM

vendors; assisted in gathering requirements for GFM and follow-on releases of TFSMS

Bridged the gap between requirements and product delivery through a detailed understanding of the functional requirements of TFSMS from the end user perspective

Performed data quality analysis, coordinated technical support, and coordinated input to the

Integrated Work Breakdown Schedule.

Reviewed technical deliverables, coordinated support, and assistance for testing and evaluation

process.

SYSTEMS PLANNING AND ANALYSIS, INC

Professional Staff/Operations Research Analyst Alexandria, VA October 2003 - May 2005

Provided Marine Corps operational experience to the Expeditionary Warfare group within the

company using intimate knowledge of Marine Corps operations and organization to provide input

regarding Marine Corps operations and the capabilities and limitations of the Marine

units and equipment

Conducted limited modeling using the Global Change Assessment Model simulations modeling

environment and interpreted the results of the simulation.

Prepared power point briefs describing model outputs and their implications

MILTARY EXPERIENCE AND RESERVE DUTY

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS RESERVE

Battalion Executive Officer (Major/O-4) October 2011 - October 2013

Directed staff actions and lead operational planning teams to develop and support

annual training plans for the battalion headquarters and subordinate units.

Primary officer management officer tasked to monitor officer career progression and staffing across

the battalion

Coordinated the ordering of ammunition, ensuring that all requests are submitted in sufficient time to

support training, and monitored battalion ammunition allocation to support five subordinate units to

ensure that all organizations received an equitable distribution sufficient to achieve annual training

requirements

Supervised staff operations to ensure planning meets commander's intent and vision for

battalion operations and training

Coordinated the submission of command chronologies from across the battalion for update of the

battalion command chronology

Supervised and directed staff operations during exercises and field operations

UNITED STATE MARINE CORPS RESERVE

Fire Support Officer (Major/O-4) April 2009 - October 2011

Marine Ground-Air Task Force Staff Training Program (MSTP) Fire Support Officer, subject matter expert on planning and employment of fire support assets and agencies to meet commander’s requirements

Specialized in operational planning with focus on the employment of limited fire support and target

acquisition assets in support of multiple fire support and maneuver organizations participating in the

overall plan

Responsible for de-conflicting the priorities for those assets and overseeing the overall execution of the

fire support plan during mission execution.

Employed command and control systems such as Advanced field Artillery tactical Data Systems

(AFATDS), command and Control Personal Computer (C2PC), and Joint Automated Deep Operations

Coordination System (JADOCS) to enable coordination across multiple units

UNITED STATE MARINE CORPS RESERVE

Commanding Officer (Major/O-4) March 2007 - March 2009

Responsible for all aspects of training and readiness for a reserve artillery battery as the unit

transitioned from a provisional military police company back to the primary mission as an artillery and

fire support unit.

Managed an organization of 125 Reserve Marines.

Fielded the new M777A2 howitzer and retirement of the M198 howitzer.

Additional responsibilities included the planning, request, and allocation of training ammunition

allocations to support annual operations.

Provided consolidated input to command chronology

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS RESERVE

Battery Executive Officer (Captain/O-3) October 2004 - March 2007

Supervised the daily operations of provisional Military Police Company during combat operations in

support of OIF 05-07

Coordinated of all aspects of equipment maintenance including the status of 36 vehicles,

communications equipment, weapons systems, and electronic warfare counter improvised explosive

device (CIED) systems for the company

Fielded and tested new or upgraded systems and ensuring minimal interference with other electronic

equipment installed on the vehicle

Monitored all ammunition expenditures and resupply during the course of the deployment, for all

weapons systems employed by the battery

Maintained the situational awareness of the commanding officer; allowing him to focus on mission

accomplishment and the tactical employment of the unit

Provided guidance and counseling to organization section heads and additional support as needed

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS

Force Structure Analyst (Captain/O-3) August 2000 - September 2003

Managed multiple tables of organization (T/O) within the Marine Corps force structure

system; this involved tracking changes to specific occupational specialties within the T/O, consolidating and staffing proposed changes for comments among the Marine Corps using units, collating comments, and implementing the required changes.

Acted as the representative for the Marine Corps Total Force Structure Division during conferences,

with Marine Corps agencies

Provided guidance and information on function of the manpower system and the process used to

make changes to the Marine Corps Organization from personnel realignment to unit mission

statement changes

Researched historical organizational structure to identify and track changes in response to inquiries

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS

Target Information Officer (Lieutenant/O-2) March 1999 - August 2000

Served as Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Commander's representative on target selection board

Ensured MEU target priorities and concerns were addressed during target selection and planning

Assumed duties as MEU watch officer during deployment tracking missions, equipment, and

personnel during exercises in order to provide the commanding officer a single point of contact for

information on the status of MEU personnel and equipment

Provided target updates during supporting arms operations as they were prosecuted with air artillery

or mortar fire to maintain the status of each and report battle damage assessment from the Supporting

Arms Coordination Center to the Joint Intelligence Center

Updated target priorities and made recommendations to re-attack and allocation of assets based on

commander's guidance

Served as the MEU fire support officer during split Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) operations or in the event of injury or incapacitation

Served as MEF Liaison Group OIC for attached Marines, detached to support UK forces during exercises in Egypt providing communications link to the MEU commander

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS

Artillery Firing Battery Officer (Lieutenant/O-2) August 1995 - March 1999

Served as platoon commander, supply officer, communications officer, motor transport officer, fire

direction officer, and battery liaison officer to maneuver units supported by the battery

Supervised up to 70 Marines while serving as a platoon commander

Managed a supply account worth approximately 35 million dollars comprised of 16 5-ton trucks, 12high mobility multipurpose vehicles, 6 howitzers, and the battery armory

Ensured the safe and accurate computation of firing data, battery ammunition management, coordination of ammunition transport, return of all ammunition not classed as serviceable, and planning for ammunition training requirements throughout the year

THE BASIC SCHOOL

Student (Lieutenant/O-1) Quantico, VA January 1996

FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICER BASIC COURSE

Artillery Officer (Lieutenant/O-1) Ft. Sill, OK July 1996 - September 1996

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS

Flight Line Helicopter Mechanic (Corporal/E-4) March 1993 - August 1995

Marine Recruit trained in Marine Corps customs and courtesies, history, tradition, and basic small unit

tactics

Trained and served as a CH-46 helicopter flight line mechanic responsible for troubleshooting of

aircraft systems and maintenance of mission helicopters involving component removal and

installation

Selected for Officer Candidate program in 1995, graduated Officer Candidate School in August 1995

EDUCATION

BS Biology

Virginia Military Institute 1992

Biology

MS Criminal Justice and Security Administration

University of Phoenix 2008

GPA: 3.75

ADDITIONAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION

CH-46 POWER PLANTS, POWER TRAINS AND ROTORS ORG MAINTENANCE 1994

FIRE SUPPORT IN MAGTF OPERATIONS 1998 JOINT TERMINAL ATTACK CONTROLLER (PRIMER)1999

THEORY AND CONSTRUCTION OF GAS TURBINE ENGINES 2006

INTERMEDIATE MAGTF INFORMATION OPERATIONS PRACTITIONER'S COURSE 2010

DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY (DAU) DAU PROGRAM MANAGEMENT LEVEL I

EQUIVALENT. 2014

FUNDAMENTALS OF SYSTEMS ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT (ACQ 101) 2006

ACQUISITION LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS (LOG 101) 2007

FUNDAMENTALS OF SYSTEMS SUSTAINMENT MANAGEMENT (LOG 102) 2007

FUNDAMENTALS OF SYSTEMS PLANNING, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND ENGINEERING (SYS 101) 2014

COST ANALYSIS 2014

CONTRACTING FOR THE REST OF US 2015

INTRO TO EARNED VALUE MANAGEMENT 2015

RISK MANAGEMENT 2015

INTERMEDIATE SYSTEMS ACQUISITION 2015

INFORMATION ASSURANCE 2015

Marine Corps Expeditionary Warfare School 2007

Marine Corps Command and Staff College 2014



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