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Security Officer

Location:
Frederick, Maryland, United States
Salary:
95-100k
Posted:
November 08, 2018

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EUGENE M. LEGGETT, JR.

**** ********* ****, *********, ** 21702 301-***-**** ac7m32@r.postjobfree.com

Top Secret Clearance-FSO Certified

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

KPMG Washington, DC

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Sr. Assistant Facility Security Officer

● Operates Live Scan fingerprinting, and submit fingerprint through SWFT.

● Administer SF 85p and SF 86p forms.

● Initiates and re-initiates investigations using the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Electronic Questionnaires for Investigation Processing (e-QIP).

● Develop (SOP) Standard Operating Procedures for DOJ, Army, USPS, GAO, BOP and USMS contracts.

● Maintain company contracts with Army, Various DoJ component sites (DEA, FBI, CONS, FPI, BOP, AFF, USMS, ATF), United States Postal Service

(USPS), United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Treasury and Government Accountability Office(GAO).

● Submit Visit Request through email as well as JPAS

● Maintain JPAS account

● Maintain SWFT account

● Complete clearance verifications

● Experience in developing and reviewing DD-254.

● Conduct security indoctrination, education and training in order to assist the contractor in establishing requisite baseline knowledge of security procedures.

● Experience developing and implementing Operational Security programs, security education, procedures and physical controls to ensure compliance with government and company regulations/requirements on less complex programs.

● Send request for employees background and drug screening test. CGI Federal Fairfax, VA

3/2017- 8/2017

Industrial Security Specialist

● Provided security oversight for assigned cleared contractor facilities relative to the establishment and maintenance of a security program in compliance with the National Industrial Security Program (NISP).

● Conducted security indoctrination, education and training in order to assist the contractor in establishing requisite baseline knowledge of security procedures.

● Conducted recurring security vulnerability assessments of cleared industrial facilities performing on classified contracts for the U.S. government.

● Conducted interviews with Senior Management Officials, employees, Government customers, and industry stakeholders.

● Conducted security violation investigations that may include interfacing with various cleared and un-cleared employees, other cleared and un-cleared facilities, and other DSS offices and personnel.

● Drafted written products such as letters, reports and information papers for audiences ranging from peers to senior government and industry personnel.

● Presented briefings and conduct meetings with various stakeholders in government and industry.

● Controlled of classified and proprietary information.

● Experienced developing and implementing Operational Security programs, security education, procedures and physical controls to ensure compliance with government and company regulations/requirements on less complex programs.

● Experienced working with Communication Security (COMSEC) programs, including document inventory, distribution and destruction.

● Protected of government, intellectual, third party and company information from unauthorized disclosures.

● Experienced in developing and reviewing DD-254.

● Experienced in enhancing contracts with the required industrial security language.

● Familiarity with DD Form 254 and the Industrial Security Facility Database (ISFD).

● Demonstrated proficiency in various types of information technology applications, such as MS Office, including MS Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint. Aegis McLean, VA

3/2016-3/2017

Sr. Security Specialist

● Administered SF 85p and SF 86p forms.

● Initiated and re-initiates investigations using the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Electronic Questionnaires for Investigation Processing (e-QIP).

● Maintained JPAS in accordance with the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM).

● Maintained JPAS account

● Maintained SWFT account

● Assisted with the initial enrollment of all applicants, including but not limited to, new federal or contractor employees and affiliates.

● Initiated applicants for Department of State as well Department of Defense contracts.

● Developed, and implement security plans, procedures, and instructions.

● Processed personnel security clearances and periodic reinvestigations using eQip.

● Performed clerical and secretarial duties, which consist of filing, creating and maintain the security office files, preparing memoranda, and other support functions.

● Reviewed documentation for completeness and accuracy, requests additional documentation as needed.

● Conducted and obtain contractors digital fingerprints via Livescan and transmit to FPS for process to the Federal Bureau Investigation.

● Swift Administrator

● Collected, tracked, analyzed, and reporeds investigation data on a daily and weekly basis.

● Updated and maintains applicant information and investigation history in multiple databases. 1

● Maintained all personal security clearance records.

● Submitted VAR Request through JPAS

● Other security disciplines include: Personnel Security, Physical Security, Information Systems Security, and Document and Visitor Control.

● Collected and reviews personal documents to establish identity and employment verification.

● Created case files and collects necessary documentation in accordance with DOD requirements.

● Responsible for physical site security including daily maintenance of access cards and keys, and collecting property from employees. Prepared outgoing mail and packages for transmission via U.S. mail or contract delivery service. Triple Canopy Reston, VA

10/2010-3/2016

Security Specialist

● Assisted with the initial enrollment of all applicants, including but not limited to, new federal or contractor employees and affiliates.

● Initiated applicants for Department of State as well Department of Defense contracts.

● Developed, and implement security plans, procedures, and instructions.

● Operated Live Scan fingerprinting

● Processed personnel security clearances and periodic reinvestigations using eQip.

● Performed clerical and secretarial duties, which consist of filing, creating and maintain the security office files, preparing memoranda, and other support functions.

● Reviewed documentation for completeness and accuracy, requests additional documentation as needed.

● Maintained JPAS account

● Maintained JPAS in accordance with the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM).

● Maintained SWFT account

● Initiated and re-initiates investigations using the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Electronic Questionnaires for Investigation Processing (e-QIP).

● Conducted and obtain contractors digital fingerprints via Livescan and transmit to FPS for process to the Federal Bureau Investigation.

● Swift Administrator

● Collected, tracks, analyzes, and reports investigation data on a daily and weekly basis.

● Updated and maintains applicant information and investigation history in multiple databases.

● Administered SF 85p and SF 86p forms.

● Maintained all personal security clearance records.

● Submitted VAR Request through JPAS

● Other security disciplines include: Personnel Security, Physical Security, Information Systems Security, and Document and Visitor Control.

● Collected and reviews personal documents to establish identity and employment verification.

● Created case files and collects necessary documentation in accordance with DOD requirements.

● Responsible for physical site security including daily maintenance of access cards and keys, and collecting property from employees.

● Prepared outgoing mail. and packages for transmission via U.S. mail or contract delivery service. GSA- General Services Administration Washington, DC 07/2010-10/2010

Security Assistant

● Provided guidance, advice, and assistance to senior leadership, regional program managers, project managers, and GSA customers on matters related to personnel security.

● Assisted contractors and government employees with completing the E-Qip process.

● Inputed contractor’s information into the Security Management Division Tracking System database. Maintain all the database with accuracy, current and complete information. Once the information has been entered into the database the CIW will be released for processing to FPS to be invited into E-Qip. For government employees, starts a new review in the Personnel Security Tracking System (CHRIS PSTS), the computer application that is used by the security office. Starting new reviews requires data entry of pertinent information into the screen forms of the tracking system.

● Submitted a complete investigation package to the designated FPS point of contact which includes the CIW, E-QIP signature pages and fingerprint cards

(FD-258) and any other additional forms required by FPS.

● Conducted and obtain contractors digital fingerprints via Livescan and transmit to FPS for process to the Federal Bureau Investigation.

● Initiated government employee’s background investigation for moderate and above case, reviews investigative forms for correctness and completeness, and resolve any missing or conflicting information with the candidates in order to obtain complete necessary to process and release all moderate risk and above case to Central Office for processing. Resolving information requires contacting the candidates by email, telephone, in person, or by U.S. mail or contract delivery service.

● Re-invited contractors into E-QIP when terminated by the system.

● Sponsor government/ contractor employees by imputing the personal identifier from the Credential Application onto the sponsor spreadsheet and forward to HSPD-12 PMO to be uploaded into GCIMS, this starts the enrollment process for employees to get the PIV card.

● Received and file the preliminary final adjudication and unfavorable certification results from FPS and Personnel Security Requirement Division via NCR HSPD-12 Admin and NCR Personnel Security Mailboxes. Updates the Security Tracking system and distributes the results and reports to appropriate office symbols, employees, and Information Technology.

● Prepared outgoing mail. and packages for transmission via U.S. mail or contract delivery service.

● Performed clerical and secretarial duties, which consist of filing, creating and maintain the security office files, preparing memoranda, and other support functions.

WSI- Wackenhut Services Incorporated Arlington, Va. 01/2010 – 07/2010

Clearance Processor

● Assisted with the initial enrollment of all applicants, including but not limited to, new federal or contractor employees and affiliates.

● Reviewed documentation for completeness and accuracy, requests additional documentation as needed.

● Initiated and re-initiates investigations using the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Electronic Questionnaires for Investigation Processing (e-QIP). 2

● Collects, tracks, analyzes, and reports investigation data on a daily and weekly basis.

● Updates and maintains applicant information and investigation history in multiple databases.

● Collects and reviews personal documents to establish identity and employment verification.

● Creates case files and collects necessary documentation in accordance with DOD requirements.

● Responds to applicant requests and inquiries regarding NIH policies and procedures. Jupiter Corporation - Contract / United States Transportation Security Administration Reston, VA 03/2009 – 07/2009

Adjudicator- Secret Clearance

● Investigated, adjudicate, and approve Security Threat Assessments (STA) and Criminal History Records Checks (CHRCs) on a number of TSA program applicants including Hazardous Materials Endorsements (HME), Transportation Worker Identification and Credentialing (TWIC), and Aviation Workers (AVW).

● Reviewed results of National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), TSA Colorado Springs Operation Center (CSOC), and Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlement (SAVE VIS) results in order to make a determination regarding credential or access decisions for TSA applicants.

● Wrote complete and accurate Initial Determination of Threat Assessment (IDTA) letters explaining reasons for denial of access/credential and informing the applicant of the appeal and waiver process.

● Conducted phone interviews and investigations with authorities around the country to confirm applicants did not have any pending open warrants.

● Prepared statements/summaries and provide extensive investigations relating to specific disqualifying issues including disqualifying criminal offenses, immigration related issues, mental competency issues, and/or significant name/identity discrepancies.

● Investigated applicant’s criminal history, and citizenship records through various government networks.

● Verified immigration issues by conducting passport and vital records checks using PIERS and verifying authenticity of I-9 documentation provided in case records.

● Gathered and maintain statistical data using extensive excel spreadsheets regarding my adjudication production. Loudoun County Juvenile Detention Center (Loudoun County Virginia) Leesburg, VA 01/2006- 5/2010

Detention Specialist II/Senior Counselor

EDUCATION - Coppin State College, Baltimore, MD Bachelor of Science Degree- Criminal Justice Awarded May 2000 TRAININGS : COUNTERINTELLIGENCE AWARENESS AND REPORTING COURSE FOR DSS EMPLOYEES; JPAS/JCAVS VIRTUAL TRAINING FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS COURSE; JOINT PERSONNEL ADJUDICATION SYSTEM/JOINT ADJUDICATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (JPAS/JAMS) VIRTUAL TRAINING FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS ; JPAS/JCAVS VIRTUAL TRAINING FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS; INDUSTRIAL SECURITY FACILITIES DATABASE (ISFD) FACILITY CLEARANCE VERIFICATION AND NOTIFICATIONS FOR INDUSTRY v3; SCIF PHYSICAL SECURITY VIRTUAL; INTRODUCTION TO DoD PERSONNEL SECURITY ADJUDICATION; INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL SECURITY; FACILITY SECURITY OFFICER (FSO) ROLE IN THE NISP; PERSONNEL CLEARANCES IN THE NISP; FACILITY CLEARANCES IN THE NISP; UNDERSTANDING FOREIGN OWNERSHIP, CONTROL OR INFLUENCE (FOCI); NISP REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ; VISITS AND MEETINGS IN THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROGRAM (NISP) ; DEVELOPING A SECURITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM; INTEGRATING CI AND THREAT AWARENESS INTO YOUR SECURITY PROGRAM; NISP SELF-INSPECTION; SAFEGUARDING CLASSIFIED INFORMATION IN THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROGRAM (NISP); DERIVATIVE CLASSIFICATION; MARKING CLASSIFIED INFORMATION ; TRANSMISSION AND TRANSPORTATION FOR INDUSTRY CERTIFCATIONS: COUNTERINTELLIGENCE AWARENESS AND REPORTING COURSE FOR DSS EMPLOYEES; JPAS/JCAVS VIRTUAL TRAINING FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS COURSE; JOINT PERSONNEL ADJUDICATION SYSTEM/JOINT ADJUDICATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (JPAS/JAMS) VIRTUAL TRAINING FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS ; JPAS/JCAVS VIRTUAL TRAINING FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS; INDUSTRIAL SECURITY FACILITIES DATABASE (ISFD) FACILITY CLEARANCE VERIFICATION AND NOTIFICATIONS FOR INDUSTRY v3; SCIF PHYSICAL SECURITY VIRTUAL; INTRODUCTION TO DoD PERSONNEL SECURITY ADJUDICATION; INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL SECURITY; FACILITY SECURITY OFFICER (FSO) ROLE IN THE NISP; PERSONNEL CLEARANCES IN THE NISP; FACILITY CLEARANCES IN THE NISP; UNDERSTANDING FOREIGN OWNERSHIP, CONTROL OR INFLUENCE

(FOCI); NISP REPORTING REQUIREMENTS; VISITS AND MEETINGS IN THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROGRAM (NISP); DEVELOPING A SECURITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM; INTEGRATING CI AND THREAT AWARENESS INTO YOUR SECURITY PROGRAM; NISP SELF-INSPECTION; SAFEGUARDING CLASSIFIED INFORMATION IN THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY PROGRAM (NISP); DERIVATIVE CLASSIFICATION; MARKING CLASSIFIED INFORMATION;TRANSMISSION AND TRANSPORTATION FOR INDUSTRY; STEPP USER’S GUIDE; EQIP OVERVIEW, EQIP ACCESSING AND NAVIGATION IN EQIP; LRN FIRST AID/ CPR; MEDICALLY TRAINED/CERTIFIED IN ADMINISTERING MEDICINE 3



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