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Charlotte, NC
September 19, 2018

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Kim Freeman- Wade

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Charlotte, NC 28227

Phone: 202-***-****


Management Professional

Seasoned Public Servant with experience in processing background investigations for the federal and contractor sectors. Possesses exceptional facilities, programs and information support. Demonstrates excellent customer service skills for any professional organization and fully understands the guidelines for confidentiality and discretion. Certifications

• Adjudicators Training USDA Graduate School CEU Training 2015

• Certified Verification System (CVS), Personnel Information Processing System

(PIPS) 2015

• Certified Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (eQip) 2015 OSSE Regular Teacher’s Substitute Certification 2014

• FOIA Training USDA Graduate School 2011

• CPR-AED Training, valid until 2017

• FOIA Training USDA Graduate School 2011

• TECS/NCIC/NLETS-Training Department of Homeland Security 2009 September 2017 Present U.S. Department of Commerce Washington, DC Hours per week: 40 (This is a contractor job)

Security Manager PERSEC Information Specialist


• Organizes information by studying, analyzing, interpreting, and classifying data.

• Write or review security-related documents, such as incident reports, proposals, and tactical or strategic initiatives.

• Plan security for special and high risk events.

• Review financial reports to ensure efficiency and quality of security operations.

• Attend meetings, professional seminars, or conferences to keep abreast of changes in executive legislative directives or new technologies impacting security operations.

• Coordinate security operations or activities with public law enforcement, fire and other agencies.

• Communicate security status, updates, and actual or potential problems, using established protocols.

• Plan, direct, or coordinate security activities to safeguard company assets, employees, guests, or others on company property.

Supervisor: Tonya Riddick 202-***-****

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

April 2017 September 2017 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

(WMATA) Washington, DC

Hours per week: 40 (This was a contractor job)

Metro OneBadge Analyst Information Support Specialist Accomplishments:

Identifies client requirements by establishing personal rapport with potential and actual clients and other persons able to understand service requirements. Collects data by identifying sources of information and designs survey and collection methods.

• Organizes information by studying, analyzing, interpreting, and classifying data.

• Resolves retrieval problems by altering design to meet requirements.

• Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information.

• Prepares reference for users by writing operating instructions.

• Maintains historical records by documenting system changes and revisions.

• Maintains client confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.

• Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.

• Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

• Establishes and revises database by conferring with analysts and programmers to code and retrieve data.

• Maintains database by entering data in timely manner accordance to policy. Project Manager: Markies Hart 571-***-****

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

September 2016 –April 2017 Department of Justice/Office of Justice Programs Washington, DC

Hours per week: 40 (This was a contractor job)

Personnel Security Specialist PIV Credentialing Registrar and Activator Accomplishments:

• Escort employees and contractors to the Main Justice Department to get their AEGIS badges. I bring them back to my office (the credentialing center) for assigning and encoding accurate cardholder account entrances for the work site location in the building, 810 7th Street N.W. Washington, D.C.

• Responsible for emailing and notifying employees and contractors for enrollment, PIV card activations, PIN re-sets, and PIV certification updates.

• Forward updated PIV SharePoint spreadsheet to keep accurate accounts of Heat Tickets received from IT Service Desk Specialist.

• Troubleshoots problems with HSPD12 PIV Cards and testing them on readers to determine which needs to be replaced.

• Expedite security process appointments in an effort to reduce backlog of open cases. Schedule the appointments on the OJPPSD security calendar.

• Assigned to upload informational material to the Personnel Security Branch Team Site on the intranet. Uploaded OJP’s Personnel Security Reference Materials manual as a tutorial guide to reference to cases.

• Upload documents from the AVUE portal to determine if the cases are reciprocity or if there is a need a re-investigation for employment at OJP.

• Generate Experian credit reports to cross check any outstanding debt issues authorized through the credit release form DOJ-555.

• Determines if the Federal Declaration (OF306) is necessary to resolve discrepant, negative, or contradictory information.

Team Leader: Lisa Milton 202-***-****

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

September 2014 July 2016 U.S. Department of Agriculture Washington, DC Hours per week: 40 (This was a contractor job)

Sr Personnel Security Specialist


• Demonstrated excellent customer service-Ensuring timely and accurate processing of applicants’ credential requests.

• Determining applicability of requirements to student program applicants

• Completing continuous, repetitive assignments conducting security threat assessments, while maintaining accuracy and attention to detail to meet high performance metric standards.

• Maintaining liaison with external organizations to facilitate appropriate information sharing and access to repositories of information maintained by other agencies.

• Maintained complete client confidentiality while providing constant security. Supervisor: Robert Haughton 202-***-****

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

September 2009 August 2014 U.S. Department of Energy Washington, DC Hours per week: 40 (This was a federal job)

Business Management Specialist

• I managed Subprograms and all the contractual obligations that were assigned.

• Kept an accurate updated master contract list for accountability of all contracts, IAA’s, Co-op Agreements, task orders, and grants. I track all financial transactions and payments processed through the STRIPES Procurement system and place all hard copies in a binder.

• I filed an electronic copy of the transaction and modification awards on the “P” drive into the (PBA) Planning, Budget and Acquisitions folder. Program Support Specialist

• Processed requisitions through the STRIPES Procurement system that are requested by Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) programs.

• As Conference Coordinator, I was responsible for providing high quality and appropriate guidance to EERE staff and EERE Conference Contractors on logistical business, administrative functions and policies concerning Conference Management. FOIA Specialist Detail

• Managed email FOIA request forms to employees that request copies of their private and classified information, mainly their Background Investigations.

• Maintained Share Point database for a wide variety of record keeping, correspondences and tracking operations.

Executive Assistant

• Maintained responsibilities for managing the daily schedule of the Deputy Assistant Secretary, Melody Bell, PMP.

• Prepared background material for testimonies, meetings and conferences that directly involve other senior officials.

• Provided internal guidance to improve the efficiency and effectiveness for the Office of Business and Administration.

Supervisor: Tobin Gatto 202-***-****

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

September 1998 August 2009 Bureau of Engraving & Printing Washington, DC Hours per week: 40 (This was a federal job)

Personnel Security Specialist

• Highly skilled Adjudicator in the Office of Personnel Security, I was responsible for affirmative determination that the person is an acceptable security risk for employment at the BEP.

• Made qualified decisions regarding eligibility for access to classified information. Physical Security Specialist

• Performed annual high-risk assessments for operations executed by the Division.

• Developed procedures, requirements and guidelines for carrying out programs for safeguarding official documents and information to protect BEP Automated Information System (BEPMIS) resources.

• Modified Standard Operating Procedures for Permanent Property Removal for (BEP) and (CONTRACTOR) employees.

• Reviewed and tested emergency doors and motion detectors, security systems and identifies vulnerabilities with CCTV and PTZ cameras in control room Supervisor: Patrick Logsdon 202-***-****

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

September 2012 May 2014 Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church Washington, DC

Community Service

• Saving Young Lives is a city youth program and its' mission is dedicated to mentoring young parents. Both Saving Young Lives Staff and licensed facilitators work with young adults on how to take better care of themselves, make smarter life choices, encourage them to take advantage of educational and employment opportunities.

• Our mentorship program provides them with informational tools, which can improve their financial status. The program shows them the benefits of having a budget plan and opening a banking account to save their money. We show them how establishing credit is a long-term value and that they need it to thrive on their financial assistance. Contact Information: 202-***-****

Okay to verify place of operation: Yes


2005 Trinity Washington University, Washington, D.C. Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

References available upon request

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