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Collections Manager Analyst, Navy Rights Responsibilties Facilitator

Suitland, Maryland, 20746, United States
February 12, 2019

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Michael A. Williams

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Brandywine, Maryland 20613

Home: 301-***-**** Cell: 202-***-****



Accomplished leader with over 30 years of experience in Intelligence, Research and Analysis, skilled in operations management, diverse leadership, and team builder. Strong time management, leadership skills, with the ability to motivate professionals, and maximize levels of production. Experienced and skilled Intelligence Analyst and Manager, skilled in SIGINT, Counter-Intelligence, Counter-Terrorism and Open-Source (OSINT) Intelligence. Highly recognized for ability to develop and maintain target identification for coordination and dissemination of classified and unclassified data for situational awareness. Manages the dissemination of information in joint collection efforts between multiple Intelligence and Law Enforcement agencies in assigned task efforts. Performs timely and up-to-date briefings to senior leaders and managers as related to real-time and current activity, through target tracking, identification, analysis and monitoring. A skilled lobbyist, coordinator with stakeholders for partnership development, dissemination of target data and threats throughout the IC, local, state and Law Enforcement agencies as defined by governing policies and directives. Proficient in the use of multiple Classified and Unclassified electronic personnel tracking systems. Experienced with Windows NT server, UNIX, SUN, Coastline, Oil Stock, Excel, Microsoft Word, Word-Perfect, Microsoft Project, HTML, Hyperlinks, Internet and various collection platforms. Worked with and managed controlled classified material within a controlled environment. Bachelor degree in Computer Information Systems (Homeland Security).



CLEARED: Top Secret/Sensitive Compartment Information (TS/SCI), with LIFESTYLE

POLYGRAPH (1978 – 2014).



Intelligence and Signal Strategic Subject Matter Experts (SSME): Sektor Solutions, Inc. (September 2015 - Present)

Develops collaborative relationships with Intelligence and Signal industries in the U.S. that results in workforce development and training services that match businesses with U.S. Army Reserve job-seekers that have the skills they require, and helping them access other available services. Develop partnerships for workforce planning with industry representatives and employers. Establish effective partnerships with Intelligence industries to create employment recruitment pipelines to meet the needs and capabilities of industries strategic goals. Serve as the primary advisors to Transition Readiness Liaisons (TRL) and Army Readiness Specialist (ARS) as related to Intelligence and Signal career fields.

Contract Closeout Specialist: Service Source, Inc. (December 2013 – September 2015)

Provide and deliver full comprehensive set of federal contract close out support to the Architect Of the Capital and other Department of Defense agencies and organizations.

Performs required activities to close out all physically completed contracts and coordinate all closeout actions in accordance to regulations stipulated in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and by the contracting party (Department of Defense-DOD). Perform Document Management and maintains coded documents which arrive for processing from the DOD.

Senior S&T Collection Requirement Manager – CRM: SAIC (May 2010 – September 2011) Managed the control, document requirements and intelligence needs, while identifying intelligence gaps and resources. Served as liaison for Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) Analysts and the Intelligence Community (IC). As the senior SAIC representative (Team Lead), served as liaison for Client, Firm and Personnel concerns. Performed analytical and evaluation of work requirements and combination of analytical and statistical techniques, perform work analysis techniques to analyze and determine demographics and trends. Provides oral and written briefings to peers and seniors of the results of the analysis in an effective manner. Plans, organizes, and directs team study work and negotiates effectively with management to accept and implement recommendations.

Senior Intelligence Analyst: Ideal Innovation Incorporated (I-3) (October 2009 – May 2010)

Served as an Intelligence Analyst in support of the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) mission to support troop activities, it's operations to enable offensive operations against complex networks of financiers, IED makers, trainers and their supporting infrastructure by providing intelligence surveillance, reconnaissance, information operations, counter-bomber targeting, biometrics and weapons technical intelligence capabilities.

Intelligence Analyst (Associate): Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc. (October 2004 – July 2009)

Supported the U.S. Army's 902nd Military Intelligence Group, 308th Military Intelligence

Battalion as the Senior Counter Intelligence Analyst, responsible for analytical review, target profiling and target dissemination to global Reporting Offices and Officers for directed actions and response.

(May 2009 – April 2010)

Assigned as the Southwest Regional Intelligence Analyst at the 902nd Military Intelligence Group, Army Counterintelligence Center (ACIC), Force Protection Branch (FPTAB), serving in support of Army equities within the Continental United States (CONUS).

(January 2009 – May 2009)

Asssigned as the Army’s Liaison representative (902nd MI Battalion, Counter Intelligence Intergrated Analysis Cell/CIIAC) as the Counterintelligence Analyst in support of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National CounterTerrorism Center (NCTC) (McLean, VA), Threat Review Unit (TRU) for Agents (Regional Offices) in the field to determine potential threats to Army personnel and assets.

(August 2005 – January 2009)

Assigned as the Army’s representative (902nd MI Battalion, Counter Intelligence Intergrated Analysis Cell/CIIAC) as Senior Counter-Intelligence Analyst in support of the Counter-Intelligence Field Activity (CIFA, Washington, DC).

Managed the Army assets of the Counter-Intelligence (CI) and Law Enforcement (LE) Center which served as the Army’s focal point for fusion of intelligence and LE (AT/CT/FP) reporting, enabling worldwide situational awareness for Army decision-makers and identification of AT/CT/FP threats to Army equities.

(October 2004 – July 2005)

Served as the Regional Intelligence Analyst at the 902nd Military Intelligence Group, Army Counterintelligence Center (ACIC), Counterintelligence Intergrated Analysis Cell (CIIAC), Homeland Defense Team, served in support of Army equities within the Continental United States (CONUS).

(October 2003 – October 2004) Served as the End-to-End (E2E) Simulation and Modeling of the SIGINT system development baseline as a "To Be" system to assist Senior level decision-makers in the response to Sustained Production, Tip-off and Alert and SIGINT development.

Program Manager/Senior SIGINT Analyst: Syracuse Research Corporation (January 2002 – September 2003)

Responsible for the management of a defined multi-million dollar contract tasks, personnel, milestones and status reports, in coordination with the government Contracting Officer. Assigned in support of the Signals Intelligence Requirements Validation and Evaluation Subcommittee (SIRVES) of the National SIGINT Committee (SIGCOM). Conducts data gathering, analysis, research, interviews, writing and editing of qualitative evaluation reports of the responsiveness of the Unified Cryptologic System (UCS) in satisfying Intelligence Community Requirements. Responded to Congressional inquiries, support program and budget decisions, redirected collection assets, which were critical to ensuring the most effective use of SIGINT systems.

Communications Technician: Assurance Technology Corporation (September 1999 – January 2002)

Responsible for the coordination and acquisition of KA/KU satellite targets, working in cognizant with military and national level consumers. Maintained a readiness reaction vehicle for immediate response to real-world activity/requirements.

Computer Systems Analyst I: Validity Corporation (March 1999 - September 1999)

Responsible for conducting testing, evaluation, validation and systems certification of Naval Fleet and Shore-based data communications systems on NT server platforms, while providing Q & A on Station User Manuals, OCD (Operational Concept Design) and Systems Requirement Summary Documentation.

Information Watch Officer: Cryptologic Support Group, U.S. Atlantic Command Norfolk, Virginia (April 1997 - June 1998)

Information Watch Officer/Joint Intelligence Center Day Analyst in support of U.S. Atlantic Command staff and components with analysis of real-time Global Indications, Early Warning intelligence assessments and capabilities.

Combat Direction Finding Chief: “AFLOAT” (April 1994 - April 1997)

Performed duties as the Ship’s Signal Exploitation Space (SSES) Operations Chief. Directed the Joint Service efforts of 23 Navy and Marine Corp personnel in the Management and collection efforts of the Navy’s most advanced “SSES” in support of afloat and embarked commanders, theater and national level consumers.

Non-Morse Collection Operation Chief: Naval Security Group Activity (Overseas)

(September 1990 - October 1993)

Responsible for the overall technical, analytical, coordination and guidance of a 50 member non-Morse Collection Division. Sustained superior performance during operational readiness and periods of austere manning.

Collection Manager: Naval Security Group Activity (NSA/CSS) Fort George G. Meade, Maryland (November 1986 - April 1990)

Responsible for tasking, feedback and of field sites directives, the allocation of equipment and personnel capabilities in coordination with the Offices of Primary Interest within the National Security Agency.


- Strayer University (June 2014) Bachelor’s in Science, Computer Information Systems

(BIS, concentration, Homeland Security)

- Strayer University (December 2011) Associates in Arts, Computer Information Systems

(AIS, concentration, Homeland Security)

- (October 2010) Advanced Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Training (201)

- (May 2010) Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Training (101)

- (April 2009) FBI’s Intelligence Database Warehouse (IDW) System

- (January 2009) Federal Bureau of Investigation’s SCION Training

- (November 2008) FBI’s GUARDIAN Intelligence System


- VA Learning University: Privacy and HIPAA Focused Training (May 12, 2015)

- VA Learning University: VA Privacy and Information Security Awareness and Rules

of Behavior (May 12, 2015)

- GovLoop Academy: Critical Conversations: Communicating Up, Down & Sideways

(May 13, 2015)

- Digital Government Institute: Information Economics for Records Management:

Driving Mission Value from Your Agency’s Information (May 19, 2015)

- Employee Sexual Harrassment Awareness

- GovLoop Academy: Know Thyself - An Introduction to Self-Awareness (June 16,


- GovLoop Academy: Performance Management Matters (June 16, 2015)

- GovLoop Academy: Creativity (June 16, 2015)

- GovLoop Academy: Cha-Cha-Changes at the DoD (June17, 2015)

- GovLoop Academy: Simple Ways To Do More With Your Scientific Data (June 18, 2015)

- GovLoop Academy: Discover The Future of Position Classification (July 16, 2015)

- GovLoop Academy: The Do’s and Don’ts for Success in the Public Sector (July 23,


- GovLoop Academy: Your Cyber Crash Course (July 29, 2015)

- GovLoop Academy: CyberSecurity For Public Health: A War Game (August 6, 2015)

- GovLoop Academy: Building Healthy Communities (August 13, 2015)

REFERENCES: Available upon request

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