HERB GREEN, CPPS
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
Phone: 757-***-**** Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Highly motivated United States Navy veteran (21 years) and strategic leader and government contractor with (19 years); driving improvements for top and bottom-line contributions by devising actionable plans to meet changing demands in both the government and private sector. Experience ensuring that organizations and activities develop, implement, and/or maintain comprehensive logistics control systems. Excels in training & development and ensuring compliance across multiple areas according to state, federal, and international property management standards. Meets business needs by conceptualizing and instituting large-scale projects with fast turnaround requirements.
Throughout Military Career and as a Government Contractor, reviewed analytical techniques and evaluation criteria for the measurement and improvement of Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) planning by establishing metrics and other techniques to identify deficiencies, recommend solutions, and prepare reports, statics, and briefings management in addition to Developing work methods for ILS Support throughout commands at the Echelon III and IV levels.
Perform systems database management. Experience interpreting Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Department of Defense (DOD), Secretary of Navy (SECNAV) and/or Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) policy and standards concerning logistics administration of commands and organizations. Experience conducting audits to ensure that control systems are in compliance with government/contract requirements.
DATES FROM 2/2014 – TO 5/2018
LOGISTICS ANALYST, ASSET MANAGEMENT SME
INTELLIGENT DECISIONS/APPLIED INSIGHT 40 HOURS PER WEEK
21445 BEAUMEADE CIRCLE ASHBURN, VA 20147
SUPERVISOR: NICK PAONE 703-***-****
Logistics Analyst equivalent to a GS14 in the Private Sector. Provided system support and analysis in financial areas for Asset Management (AM) to include CIP, capital, minor property and asset accounting in the Navy Accountable Property System of Record (APSR).
Member of the NAVSEA Inspector General (IG) Asset Management Team ensuring compliance to the SECNAV/NAVSEA/NASUP Asset Management Checklist during audits. Assisted in conducting command inspections as an IG team member to determine operational readiness during site visits and audits.
Assist Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Headquarters with NAVSEA Inspector General Inspections and Site Visits for subordinate field activities. Provided guidance on direction, management and controls for personal property acquisition, utilization and disposal, inventory management, material distribution, personal property management and Logistics/Supply Chain management.
Assisted the Command Property Officer (CPO) with needed corrective actions and developed short, intermediate, and long-range action plans by establishing new policies and procedures instructions.
Assisted in identifying products and services required in developing integrated logistics solutions which provide support for programs at NAVSEA Headquarters and Field Level Working Capital Fund (WCF) and General Fund (GF) activities.
Provide extensive logistics knowledge, assistance, and support to the NAVSEA Enterprise regarding all aspects of assets, materials and management.
Assisted the CPO in creating Naval Logistics Supply Chain Management through updating the command's personal property policies and procedures instructions, Memorandums for the Record, and Memorandums of Agreements. In addition, established Naval Logistics Supply Chain processes to improve logistics, property, and material efficiency.
Assisted in managing over 11,000 assets with a dollar value over $7,000,000,000.00.
Autonomously interpret Department of Defense DoD, Financial Management Office (FMO), Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), Naval Supply System Command (NAVSUP) and other applicable Federal, State, and Local property management policies while administering and analyzing property management program functions, management and execution of property management offices, technical work direction and evaluation of subordinate commands and external/internal customers.
Ensured proper handling, storage and accountability of excess or surplus property to prevent damage, loss, or personal injury (DD200s).
Provided extensive knowledge of Navy property accountability of all logistics regarding government personal property and materials to include Military Equipment and Government Furnished Property and Equipment (GFP/GFE). Provided support in personal property and asset management programs to determine effectiveness, efficiency and compliance.
DATES FROM 2/2012 – TO 2/2014
LOGISTICS ANALYST, PROPERTY ADMINISTRATOR
PROFESSIONAL ANALYSIS INC (PAI) 40 HOURS PER WEEK
1220 12TH ST SE, WASHINGTON, DC 20003
SUPERVISOR: JIM LESTER 703-***-**** X101
Logistics Analyst Contractor Support PAI 2/2012-2/2014
Amphibious Construction Battalion Two (ACB-2) – Database Administrator for the Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) responsible for establishing a baseline inventory of all accountable Government Property using barcoding inventory system. In addition, assisted with the inventories of Table of Allowance (TOA) utilizing the Expeditionary Management Information System (EXMIS); the official repository for approved TOAs and the Accountable Property System of Record (APSR).
Assisted the Navy Beach Group Two (NGB-2) in establishing a baseline and inventory of all accountable Government Property for other activities under its cognizance. Activities included ACB-2, ACU-2, ACU-4, and BMU-2.
Carried out requirements to ensure all accountable property was annotated the APSR while ensuring all Mandatory Data Elements outlined in the FMR 7000.14 Volume 4 Chapter 6 and the DOD 5000.64 to include data as Unit Identification Code (UIC), Location, USN and Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), Manufacture Year, Make, and Model Number, Item Description, Serial Numbers, National Stock Number (NSN), Dollar Value, Government Furnished Property (GFP), Internal Use Software (IUS), Useful Service Life, date placed in service, and other Key Supporting Documentation (KSD).
Assisted in managing warehouse operations and procedures for material and property acquisition, receipts, shipping/handling and distribution.
Resolved a variety of conventional problems and situations in carrying out all phases of the movement, storage and disposal of excess and surplus personal/government property. Responsibilities included accountable records, adjustments, inventory corrections, and monitoring the record status of inventory.
Ensured proper handling, storage and accountability of excess or surplus property to prevent damage, loss, or personal injury.
Prepared and presented analysis, metrics, presentations and written reports throughout the Chain-of-Command (including the Echelon II and IV levels) and provided new recommendations for receipt, shipping and handling, inventory, and material distribution.
DATES FROM 2/1998 – TO 2/2012
SR LOGISTICS ENGINEER VI,
MANTECH INTERNATIONAL CORP 40 HOURS PER WEEK
2693 RELIANCE DR, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23452
SUPERVISOR: TOM BOONE 757-***-****
Program Manager and SME – Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Senior Logistics Engineer VI equivalent to a GS14 in the Private Sector (09/01/2009-2012)
Manage the Asset Management Program, implement new policies/procedures and conduct technical and financial studies to identify trends and troubleshoot operational/data problems. Established property standard operating procedures (SOP).
Member of NAVSUP’s DPAS team responsible for the management and upkeep of the Navy DPAS databases comprised of 17 Major Command Accountable UICs and over 640 activity level UICs. Developed inventory plans for individual activities. Established POA&Ms for DPAS conversion.
Establish and maintain the Standard Catalog for the Navy and Marine Corps Personal Property Items including minor property as well as capital assets.
Provided logistical and technical assistance to database functional users and information technology personnel in downloading, installing, and correcting errors the Accountable Property System of Record (APSR).
Train database users and represent the Navy during new release testing.
Maintain data user account management, provide helpdesk supports and administer user role management procedures.
Program Manager and SME – Senior Logistics Engineer VI - Manpower, Education and Training – MPT&E (10/01/2007-2009)
Provide Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) Program Management and Guidance for the entire MPT&E Domain commands consisting of three Training Support Centers (TSCs), thirteen Learning Centers (LCs), approximately 190 Learning Sites (LSs), and three Direct Report activities.
Provided property management guidance for the Naval Personnel Command (NPC) consisting of 58 activity UICs utilizing the DPAS database. Developed inventory plans for individual activities/UICs.
Monitored the inventory, reconciliation, and management of approximately $3,178,940,408.00 in General Property, Plant, and Equipment (PP&E) assets.
Established the MPT&E Personal Property Policies and Procedures 7320.10 instruction outlining the responsibilities of the MPT&E Domain in the management of personal property assets.
Supported the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) with the installation of upgraded DPAS software and Patches for MPT&E DPAS users.
Served as the Action Officer for data collection regarding Facilities Planning issues for the NPDC Domain.
Received tasking from the Commander, Naval Education Training Command (NETC) for distribution for all NPDC Echelon IV Facility Planners for submission of Special Project Integrated Priority Listings (IPLs) and Military Construction (MILCON) projects.
Program Manager and SME – Senior Logistics Engineer VI Naval Education and Training Command – NETC (10/01/2004-2007)
Oversaw domain commands consisting of three Training Support Centers (TSCs), thirteen Learning Centers (LCs), approximately 190 Learning Sites (LSs), and three Direct Report activities.
Provided property management guidance for the Naval Personnel Command (NPC) consisting of 58 activity UICs utilizing the DPAS database. Submitted, tracked, and resolved budget and finances.
Tracked inventory, reconciliation, and management of approximately $2,568,940,408.00 in General Property, Plant, and Equipment (PP&E) assets.
Senior Logistics Technician FISC Norfolk Navy DPAS Support Team (02/09/1999-2004)
Recognized by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), OPNAV 41, and all 24 Major Claimant POCs as a Navy DPAS property manager expert and problem solver.
Provided security access for all Navy DPAS users and 5 System Acceptance Testing (SAT) for DPAS new releases.
Delivered program management and technical support in the use of Defense Property Accountability System software and DOD Accounting System of Record (ASR) which is used to maintain property records over more than $1B in assets.
DATES FROM 11/23/1976 – TO 11/30/1997
CHIEF AVIATION STORKEEPER (AW)
In role as a Navy Aviation Storekeeper, involved with all aspects of supply chain management. Provided Logistics Management for activities such as Naval Station Norfolk, Naval Air Station Norfolk, and Naval Station Cheatham Annex in developing Logistics/Supply Chain Management policies and procedures, adjusting current activity standard logistics practices, and procedures to meet organizational goals.
Interpreted/developed and analyzed Logistics Support warehousing and distribution solutions. Ensured proper handling, storage and accountability of excess or surplus property to prevent damage, loss, or personal injury in supply warehouses. Have obtained a myriad of experiences in evaluating ILS programs to determine effectiveness, efficiency and compliance. Analyzed mission objectives to determine the extent of support required, identify deficiencies in support, and make recommendations for resolution to better achieve the goals for mission support.
Applying comprehensive knowledge of laws, policies, regulations, and precedents applicable to ILS planning and evaluation to ensure goals, milestones, and objectives are met in addition to applying a wide range of qualitative and quantitative methods for the assessment and improvement of Logistics/Supply Chain planning and processes.
Duty Stations Included:
USS George Washington Pre-Commissioning Unit S-8 Logistics LCPO CVN-73
NAS Norfolk, Virginia Counter Narcotics Project Logistics Manager LCPO
Commander Helicopter Tactical Wing One MH53E Fleet Introduction Team Logistics Manager LCPO
Helicopter Mine Countermeasure Squadron Fourteen (HM-14)
NAS Norfolk Aviation Support Division/AIMD
NAS Cecil Field, Florida
USS Saratoga CV-60
St Leo University Naval Base, Norfolk, VA
Bachelor's Degree Program
Credits Earned: 30 Semester hours
Major: Business Management
Tidewater Community College Virginia Beach, VA
Credits Earned: 66 Semester hours
Major: Business Management
JOB RELATED TRAINING
DPAS COURSES 1024, 1130, 1140, 1160, 1180, AND DPAS 40 HOURS COLUMBUS OH 1999
US NAVY 2825 HAZMAT NEC
DAU PHYSICAL INVENTORIES CLM037
DAU FOUNDATIONS OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY CLM039
DAU FISCAL AND PHYSICAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND MANAGEMENT OF DOD EQUIPMENT CLM047
DAU AUDIT READINESS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR DOD EQUIPMENT CLM048
DOD GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY BASIC TRAINING
CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY SPECIALIST (CPPS)
NATIONAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION MEMBER