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Location:
Madison, Alabama, United States
Salary:
Negotiable
Posted:
May 25, 2018

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Nancy D. Small

**** ***** ***** ******, ** ***** 703-***-**** ac5maj@r.postjobfree.com

Professional Summary

Mission-focused leader and reliable problem-solver with strong work ethic; high-self motivation; and excellent record of customer service, organization, and prioritization. Consistently develop and assist teams to excel through effective communication at all organizational levels. Quick to spot potential challenges and offer suitable solutions or corrective actions. Sound knowledge of requirements for internal security controls and personnel safety. Current Top Secret (TS) Security Clearance.

Core Competencies

Team Leadership & Motivation

Training & Development

Coaching & Mentoring

Presentations & Briefings

Skilled Negotiators

Logistics & Distribution

Relationship Building

Program Execution

Operational Improvements

Team Motivator

Safety & Occupational Health

Radiation Safety

Life-Cycle Commodities

Compliance Assessment

Marketing Research

Experience

US ARMY 1985 – Present

Major Duty Assignments

Army Materiel Command Director of Small Business &10B dollar Program – Lead Mange 134 small business professionals

Secretary of the Army Office of Small Business Programs, Women Owned Small Business Program Manager $6B Program

U.S Army Forces Command, Directorate of Contracting Management Analyst and Chair for A-76 Technical Evaluation Team

United States Medical Command, Southeast Region contracting Officer and Contracting Specialist for Medical Equipment and Supplies – First to implement Contracting Division for MEDCOM

Defense Commissary Agency, Marketing Business Unit Director, Program Manager/Contracting Officer – Transferred 208+ Multi-Billion Dollar contracts from DALA Health Promotion and Preventive

Seventh Army Training Command Supervisor contract

Administrator – team Leader for Engineer Change Proposal for Initial Instrumentation Objective Training System in Europe

Schedule B Intern for the United States Army – Contracting and Acquisition – first Intern to serve on Blackhawk Source Selection Multi-Billion Dollar Contract Source Selection Board

Awards

Superior Civilian Service Award (6)

Department of the Army Outstanding Program Small Business Awards (20)

Exceptional Performance Awards (1985 – Present)

Professional Experience

HQ U.S. Army Materiel Command

4400 Martin Road

Huntsville, AL 35898 United States

08/2007 - Present

Salary: 160,000.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 1102 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 15

Director, Office of Small Business Programs (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Principal Senior Advisor to the Commanding General, command leadership, industry, and U.S. Small Business Administration on Small Business related matters. Manage an $8 billion program for AMC with 9 Major Subordinate Commands (MSCs). Serve as the Command face to industry to support the growth of the U.S. Presidents Management Agenda in support of the Small Business Program. Spearhead small business innovative capabilities that contribute to AMC acquisition requirements and mission. Create and assign small business goals to AMC’s 9 MSCs and rollup monthly and annual reports to leadership. Provide leadership and management oversight of AMC Small Business and Minority Institutions program, and advise AMC Commander and leadership on small business related matters. Recruit, train, and equip Soldiers and civilians to lead and execute AMC Small Business mission. Foster effective communications, cultivate and nurture internal and external relationships, to enhance the visibility of the AMC Small Business program and its contribution in support of defense and national security strategies. Spearhead innovative initiatives that contribute to expanding the small business industrial base relevant to the Army's mission priorities. Duties also include the Career Program (CP14) Manager, as well as, facilitate and instruct Soldiers and Civilians at the University of Alabama at Huntsville, national, and local businesses.

Supervisor: General Dennis L. Via 256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Department of Army Office of Small Business Programs

1400 Defense Pentagon

Washington DC, DC 20301 United States

02/2006 - 08/2007

Salary: 103,594.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 1102 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 14

Procurement Analyst (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Served as Assistant to the Director, Office of Small Business Programs. As the senior procurement analyst, provide management oversight over the Women Owned Small Business and 8a/Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Programs. Implemented Army small business policies in support of the OSB Programs. Analyzed program concerns, identified problem areas, and determine methods of solution and implement action plans and/or resolutions for WOSB and 8a/SDB programs. Originated and participated in committees, task groups, panels and other forums involving intra and interagency and private industry participation for the purpose of policy and legislation development. Senior Program Manager charged with the responsibility of coordinating relationships and activities of the Army with those of external Federal Agencies including state and local government. Worked closely with the Three Army Commands, Nine Army Service Component Commands, and the 11 Direct Reporting Units, major prime contractors, business entities and minority institutions to maximize small business contracting opportunities. Planned, developed, and managed programs to implement Army small business policies. Assist in staff assistance program reviews which provides oversight over all of the Army's Major Commands (MACOMs) to insure that the Army small business program involving small businesses, veteran-owned small businesses, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, HUBZone small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, women-owned small businesses, historically black colleges and universities and minority institutions is implemented. Reviewed and provided input for the acquisition strategies for the Army's Major Weapons Systems Programs, Army Service Contract Oversight Process (ASCOP), and installation support initiatives such as the Residential Communities Initiative (RCI) and A-76. The executive liaison for the Secretary of the Army and the Chief of Staff, also insured those actions were accomplished and the suspense met which were distributed through the Army Executive Officer and Executive Communication and Control (ECC) networks. Worked closely with Army MACOMs, major prime contractors, business entities and minority institutions to maximize small business contracting opportunities. Served as alternate on the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation council.

Supervisor: James Lloyd 703-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command

200 Stovall Street

Alexandria, VA 22332 United States

10/2002 - 02/2006

Salary: 88,935.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 1102 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 13

Associate Director, Small and Disadvantage Business (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Managed the Small and Disadvantage Business Utilization Program for SDDC Headquarters and field activity contracts to ensure maximum small business participation to help achieve customer requirements in peace and war. Advised the command, customers and industry on acquisition issues. Negotiated and administered prime contractors subcontracting goals and objectives for transportation supply and service type contracts in support of the common core competencies. Supported the Principal Assistant Responsible for Contracting and implemented policies and procedures designed to support the presidents small business management agenda. Developed, implemented, and managed an effective small business program to support small, small disadvantaged, woman-owned, HUBzone, and service-disabled veteran owned business. Counseled and reviewed contractors prime and subcontracting goals, programs, policies, and procedures. In accordance with DOD guidance and directives I establish the agencies goals, monitored contractor's performance, and recognized and awarded achievements by both the contractor and the government personnel. Daily interpreted and applied rules, regulations, and procedures, analyzed problems, conducted researches, summarized results, and made appropriate recommendations to the Commander of Operations. Applied resources against approved programs, planned, presented, and executed budgets based on the appropriate programs. Assisted in long-term funding forecasts as well strategic goals and programs. Regularly originated new ideas, projects, studies, and methodologies. Represented the agency before other government agencies, Congress, SBA, and various professional organizations in matters relating to small, small disadvantaged business, HBCUs/MIs and the SDDC's Mentor-Protégé Program. Conducted outreach programs to identify new sources for future procurement requirements. Subject matter expert for conferences, training, and other public forums as required. Screened procurement requests to determine whether the KO's acquisition strategy is suitable acquisitions for small, small disadvantaged, woman-owned, HUBZone, Service-disabled veteran owned, Native American, and HBCUs/MIs participation. Established Partnership Agreements with SBA in support of the 8(a) program. Established an effective working network with congressional liaisons, DOD SADBU's, DA SADBU's and SBA. Conducted detailed reviews of SDDC work product, includes acquisition plans; acquisition strategies, requests for proposals, price negotiation memoranda, source selection documents, contracts and proposed modifications. Made recommendations to contracting officer and applicable acquisition official for changes to ensure all documentation reflected good business judgment.

Supervisor: Ms. Patricia Young 703-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

U.S. Army Forces Command, Directorate of Contracting

Ft Campbell, KY, United States

05/2001 - 10/2002

Salary: 64,944.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0343 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 12

Contracting Officer/Management Analyst (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Appointed by the Source Selection Authority (SSA) to serve as Chairperson of the A-76 Technical evaluation committee for the Source Selection Evaluation Board (SSEB). Assisted in prescribing procedures for evaluation and scoring proposals IAW Request for Proposals (RFP), Source Selection Plan(s) (SSP), and all applicable regulations and guidance. Facilitated discussions during committee caucus meetings encouraged members to express themselves fully and seeks consensus. Assured all phases of the evaluation were fully documented, prepared comprehensive evaluation reports. Thoroughly familiarized with all areas of the RFP and the Performance Work Statement (PWS). Participated in the development of the SSP and solicitation. Assisted the Contracting Officers in preparation for subsequent evaluation boards. Assisted in the review and analysis of various million dollar contracting actions within Directorate of Contracting. Managed and monitored the progress of the technical committee and ensured team members work products were consistent, thorough, and adhered to the SSP. Ensured the committee adhered to caucus deadlines and overall source selection milestones. As the senior Procurement Analyst, I conducted detailed reviews of Ft Campbell installation acquisitions, included acquisition plans; acquisition strategies, requests for proposals, price negotiation memoranda, source selection documents, contracts and proposed modifications. Make recommendations to the contracting officer and applicable acquisition official for changes to ensure all documentation reflect good business judgment, appropriate use of acquisition reform concepts, and conformance with statutory and regulatory requirements. Served as team leader or member of integrated process action teams and strategic initiative teams to improve or streamline the acquisition process.

Supervisor: Mr. James L. Halford 270-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

United States Forces Command

Ft Campbell, KY United States

12/2000 - 05/2001

Hours per week: 40

Series: 1102 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11

Contract Officer/Specialist (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Served as contract administrator with the responsibility to implement and administers million-dollar installation support services contracts in accordance with polices regulations and procedures. Administered contract types such as fixed price with price redetermination provisions, cost reimbursement or contracts with incentive provisions. Performed all post award actions and execute settlement agreements relating to contract termination, claims and subcontract issues. Developed, solicited, negotiated, award and administer headquarters support and services type contracts. Established and maintained professional business relations with industry and ensured quality service and timely delivery was provided to our external customers. Provided advice to the command, the customer and industry on acquisition issues. As the senior contracting officer, conducted detail reviews of SDDC work products, included acquisition plans; acquisition strategies, requests for proposals, price negotiation memoranda, source selection documents, contracts and proposed modifications. Made recommendations to the contracting officer and applicable acquisition official for changes to ensure all documentation reflect good business judgment, appropriate use of acquisition reform concepts, and conformance with statutory and regulatory requirements.

Supervisor: Regina Harris 270-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

United States Medical Command, Southeast Region, Ft Gordon, GA

09/1999 - 12/2000

Hours per week: 40

Series: 1102 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11

Contracting Officer/Specialist (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Served as Contracting Officer for a full range of pre-award and post-award functions for a wide variety of supply and service contracts, personal and non-personal services contract for Southeast Regional Contracting Command and its satellite medical and dental activities with a warrant of up to $250,000 and unlimited amount for delivery orders. Provided procurement advice to Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) daily concerning a broad range of acquisition issues. Additionally, performed pre-award and post award-contracting functions for specialized health care contracting, included direct health care provider services, medical services, health care facility maintenance services and health care housekeeping service contracts. Analyzed, evaluated and reviewed procurement programs and issues and provided resolution. Duties entailed a broad range of administration functions for various contract types. Consistently, ensured compliance with labor laws, performance, dispute resolution, negotiations, and termination for convenience and default. Established and developed systems to monitor contract compliance and evaluated delivery of services in accordance with the surveillance plans and or implemented quality assurance plans to assist in contract compliance. Independently managed my own workload specializing in the preparation, negotiation and administering commercial item

Contracts.

Supervisor: Edwonia Beverly 706-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Defense Commissary Agency, Marketing Business Unit

Ft Lee, VA United States

06/1992 - 08/1999

Hours per week: 40

Series: 1102 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 13

Program Manager/Contracting Officer Western Region (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Member of the Acquisition Corp with Contracting Officer authority to execute million dollars, multi-year acquisitions for the Marketing Business Unit Brand Name subsistence, equipment, supplies and services requirements. Responsible for overall procurement planning in support of DeCA's acquisition mission. Rendered guidance and direct work as team leader for 3 to 4 journeymen contracting specialist’s positions. Provided day-to-day guidance and advice to internal management, region directors, category managers, and buyers and contract specialist on important procedural business decisions on all matters pertaining to government contracts. Specialization included preparing, advertising, negotiating, and administering a wide variety of complex type contracts and merchandising agreements lAW FAR Part 17. Monitored all agreements for consistency, completeness and compliance with federal acquisition policies. Conducted reviews for conformance with governing statues, regulations and directives. Lead all discussions and debriefing with offerors and answered all congressional, protests and appeals. I had General Accounting Office protest and because of my procurement experience and contractual the protest was denied. Established multi-disciplined teams for the Acquisition Business Unit with the chartered responsibility to perform logistical support. Established competitive performance based requirements. Utilized best value lowest technical acceptable contractual arrangements. Transferred some 208+ multi-million dollar contracts from the Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia and administered them accordingly, reduced the number of contract actions through consolidating requirements, performed market research to implement commercial specifications, reduced procurement lead-times by utilizing oral presentation. Additionally, rewrote the solicitation evaluation factors and placed more emphasis on past performance as part of the proposal evaluation factors and trained junior specialist the process and the importance.

As Contract Specialist for DeCA, Midwest Region supply and services contracting Division, San Antonio, TX served as lead contract specialist with the responsibility of coordinating and executing contracting mission from installation service support agreements contracting offices. Coordinated receipt of 400+ annual service requirements for linen/laundry, banking services, utilities, equipment and maintenance. Instrumental in hiring and training 7 to 10 contract specialists on trained them how to develop and review statements of work and develop request for proposals and invitation for bids solicitation documents for the services requirements.

Supervisor: Larry Hahn 804-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Education & Professional Development

Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education Senior Executive Fellows Certificate

Strayer University Woodbridge, VA United States

Masters Business Administration with emphasis in Acquisition Management

Tennessee State University Nashville, TN United States

Major: Speech Communication and Theatre Minor: Marketing

Acquisition Corp Member – Level III Certified

Program Management – Level II Certified

Professional & Academic Affiliations

National Contract Management Association - Member

Delta Sigma Theta - Member

Women In Defense - Board Member

Toastmaster International Premier Providers Club

Guest Speaker and Teacher Acquisition Logistics University 6 Years

Guest Speaker and Teacher University of Huntsville – 3 Years

Awards & Publications

Department of Army Superior Civilian Award 2015

U.S. Army Materiel Command Superior Civilian Service Award (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017)

Commanders Awards (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017)



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