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C4IT Requirements Analyst

Location:
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Posted:
May 09, 2019

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DAVID W. LATO

Cell: 571-***-**** ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com

LinkedInIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidlato TS/SCI Security Clearance Eligible

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

Current Position: January 2019 to Present - KT Consulting, C4IT Requirements Analyst, Camp Smith, Hawaii

Prior Position: March 2015 to January 2019 - Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) Systems Integration Analyst, Sr, MCBH, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii

Prior position: March 2011 – February 2015: 06XX MOS Occupational Field Specialist, (C4) Command, Control, Communications and Computers, Headquarters Marine Corps, Pentagon, Washington D.C.

Prior position: April 2009 – March 2011: S-6 Communications Chief, Headquarters Company, Third Marine Regiment, KaneoheBay,Hawaii

Prior position: March 2008 – March 2009: S-3 Squadron Communications Chief, Marine Wing Communications Squadron 18, Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan

Prior position: August 2005 – March 2008: S-6 Communications Officer/S-6 Communications Chief, Combat Service SupportGroup3,MCBH,KaneoheBay,Hawaii

Prior Position: August 2002 – July 2005: S-6 Communications Officer/S-6 Communications Chief, Third Battalion, Third MarineRegiment,MCBH,KaneoheBay,Hawaii

REFERENCES:

DudleyR.Griggs(Colonel,USMC)(retired)ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 303-***-**** Roger D. Standfield (Colonel, USMC) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 760-***-**** Jennifer M. Farina (Lieutenant Colonel, USMC) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 813-***-**** Daniel R. Millane (Major, USMC (retired) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 520-***-****

Allen C. Benjamin (MGySgt, USMC) (retired) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 302-***-**** Douglas R. Thurston (MGySgt, USMC (retired) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 808-***-**** Michael P. McGraw (MGySgt, USMC (retired) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 703-***-**** Mike F. Phillip (MGySgt, USMC (retired) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 910-***-****

Rene J. Agosto (MGySgt, USMC (retired) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 571-***-**** Nutron E. Truite (MSgt, USMC) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 619-***-****

John A. Recklies (GySgt, USMC (retired) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 808-***-**** Kendra T. Hawkins (SSgt, USMC (retired) ac9ccb@r.postjobfree.com 808-***-****

TRANSITIONED DISTINGUISHED MILITARY VETERAN:

Served over 31 years of honorable and faithful military service, distinguished veteran completely transitioned back into the private sector. Possesses a strong background in personnel management, planning, directing, monitoring and supervising operational plans, policies and procedures. Specific expertise includes but not limited to information technology, network operations, network security, classroom instruction, team building and physical

security of government property, embassies, consulates and missions. Extensive experience in budgetary and financial management procedures of the Federal Government. Possesses a U.S. Government security clearance, Top Secret (SCI) eligible. Global perspective based upon life and work abroad in the Pacific Rim and NATO countries. Excellent verbal and written skills augmented by motivational leadership abilities, instruction of large groups of individuals in a classroom environment. Background in internal and external security for Department of State and Federal Government facilities, embassies, consulates and interests. Positive attitude, professional demeanor and image. Supporting the Marine Corps Team with JBC-P FoS support. Willing to seek employment in a myriad of different fields and possesses the ability to work with personnel in diverse backgrounds and fields of endeavor.

CURRENT EXPERIENCE: January 2019 to Present

C4IT Requirements Analyst, KT Consulting

Identify the U.S. Marine Corps Tables of Organization and Equipment (T/O&E) requirements and mission statement in the Total Force Structure Management System (TFSMS) and coordinate with man power staff of Defense Policy Review Initiative (DPRI) to de-conflict and validate manning and associate equipment inventory documents. Derive training application and IT hardware asset requirements with auditable and traceable Marine Corps source documentation by applying the manning documents data to the appropriate Training and Readiness (T&R) Manuals and Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) billet descriptions. Coordinate with III MEF planners and units as required. Identify Program of Record (POR) and Non-Program of Record systems as it relates to mission capabilities and garrison support services to include voice, networks, audio, visual, Video Teleconferencing (VTC), Electronic Security Systems (ESS), and Radio Frequency (RF). Review the Building Facility Request BFR) and Activity DD1391 process inputs by coordinating, validating, and or gaining approval of C4/IT operational mission and garrison system requirements. Develop System Requirements Matrix (SRM) for Program Manager review and approval. Validate/review technical Requests for Information (RFI) and route to appropriate stakeholder (if requires). Review Naval Facilities Command (NAVFAC) planning documents, DD1391s, charrette reports, engineering studies and align C4/IT scope/derived C4/IT infrastructure/system requirements to personal property vice real property classifications. Review and input into the FEC Region Program Final DD1391. Analyze and develop project level C4/IT requirements by assessing T/O billets to spaces and space-to-space relationships diagrams Attend and participate in NAVFAC Military Construction (MILCON) Requests for Proposals (RFP) development process. Validate the C4/IT requirements with special purpose spaces as derived in the RFP documentation will meet the occupying unit's C4/IT mission capabilities.

March 2015 to January 2019

JBC-P Family of Systems, Field Service Technician, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

Responsible for testing, troubleshooting, assembling, installing/de-installing JBC-P FoS systems and components. Responsible for preparing equipment for installation, conducting the installation, testing newly installed systems, troubleshooting any discrepancies, recommending disposition or replacing parts as required and turning completed vehicles over to the end customer. Responsible for testing various components for acceptance upon receipt and before issuance to the fleet USMC. Perform any necessary troubleshooting and repairs during the testing and checkout of new systems. Duplicating new hard drives on DF-5 duplicator. Preparing of satellite transceiversincludingrequesting provisioningandprovisioningforinstallation.Fabricationofcableswhen necessary. Conducting over-the-shoulder training for Marines on BFT system operations, maintenance and sustainment. Maintaining test records and providing reports upon request. Assembling of BFT systems on to pre- integrated racks. Installing BFT systems in HMMV, ABV, MTVR and LVSR vehicles. Testing of BFT assets returned from the field and the maintaining of testing records. Perform all BFT Field Service Technician tasks.

This included testing, troubleshooting, installing new equipment, de-installing old equipment, provisioning of transceivers, burning new hard drives, and performing functional operating test. Performed one-for-one equipment swaps with unit personnel along with capturing all documentation requirements.

06XX Military Occupational Field Specialist, C4, Headquarters Marine Corps, Pentagon, Washington D.C. March 2011-February 2015

Served as the senior enlisted advisor for communications in the Occupational Field Section, Strategic Plans Division, C4, Headquarters, United States Marine Corps. Represented an occupational field of over 14,000 enlisted Marines; solely responsible for the enlisted personnel structure, promotion allocations and recommended the assignment of personnel structure to support all commands with the necessary proficiency of personnel to operate a myriad of communication platforms that were in the Marine Corps’ inventory. Those platforms were, but not limited to, switching modules, voice-over internet protocol (VoIP) phones, video teleconferencing equipment, single and multi-channel radio, tropo-wave scatter microwave radio, satellite transmission terminals, information technology (IT) equipment and ancillary devices, spectrum management tools, electronic keying management systems, cyber defense tools and accreditation on classified and unclassified enclaves. In addition, was the senior representative for C4 during all course curriculum review boards for enlisted entry, middle and advanced level training to increase the knowledge of the enlisted communication and continued growth and development supporting the entire Marine Corps with a well-rounded communicator to support the war fighter. Represented the director of C4 during numerous manpower and training analysis conferences with Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC), Combat Development and Integration (CD&I), Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM), Marine Tactical Systems Support Activity (MCTSSA), Training and Education Command (TECOM) and Qinetiq, for newly introduced equipment, platforms and devices into the Marine Corps’ inventory.

S-6 Communications Chief, Headquarters Company, 3d Marine Regiment, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii March 2009-March 2011

Served as the senior-level staff advisor and Communications Chief and was the senior enlisted communicator for a 152-man platoon. Additionally, was the senior enlisted communicator for three subordinate infantry battalions, one artillery battalion and a combat assault company; extensive knowledge of all elements of communications for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) to include multiple deployed and garrison networks; routinely inspected major subordinate elements to determine equipment and personnel shortfalls that directly affected readiness; facilitated the planning, installation, operation, and maintenance of analog, digital, video, telephone, single-channel radio, multi-channel radio, satellite and data equipment to include technical control facilities in both a deployed and garrison environment; experienced in command and control (C2) systems, systems integration in both a Command Operation Center (COC) and Command Element (CE) environment; monitored and assessed the potential impact of all programs, policies and contracts for normal operations and IT services.

S-3 Squadron Communications Chief, Marine Wing Communications Squadron 18, Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan March 2008-March 2009

Served as senior-level staff advisor as the S-3 Communications Chief and was the senior enlisted communicator for 150-man squadron. Possess extensive knowledge of all elements of communications for the Marine Aviation Elements, helicopter and support squadrons to include the planning, installation, operation and maintenance of all analog, digital, video, telephone, single-channel radio, multi-channel radio, tropospheric-scatter microwave radio systems, satellite and data networks to include help desk support in both a deployed and garrison environment. Maintained equipment and personnel readiness numbers and submitted personnel and equipment concerns to the Department of Defense via the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) and Status of

Resources and Training System (SORTS) platforms. Participated in numerous Operational Planning Teams (OPT) to create manning documents for Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom with personnel manning and Global Sourcing of Equipment for Afghanistan.

S-6 Communications Officer, S-6 Communications Chief, HQ, Combat Service Support Group 3, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii

July 2005-March 2008

Served as senior-level staff advisor as the S-6 Communications Officer and Communications Chief and was the senior enlisted communicator for a 75-man platoon. Additionally, was the senior communicator for five subordinate companies; extensive knowledge of all elements of communications for the service support organization to include the planning, installation, operation and maintenance of all analog, digital, video, telephone, single-channel radio, multi-channel radio, satellite and data networks to include help desk support in both a deployed and garrison environment; routinely inspected the group to determine equipment and personnel shortfalls that directly affected readiness; experienced in command and control (C2) systems, systems integration and Combat Operations Center (COC) communications; assessed potential impact of all internal and external programs, policies and contracts for normal operations and IT services; instituted training programs to maintain proficiency on all commercial and tactical IT systems.

S-6 Communications Officer, S-6 Communications Chief, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii August 2002-July 2005

Served as senior level advisor as the S-6 Communications Officer and Communications Chief for 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment and was the senior communicator for a 65-man platoon. Additionally, was the senior communicatorforfive subordinatecompanies;extensiveknowledgeofallelementsofcommunicationsforthe Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) to include multiple deployed and garrison networks; routinely inspected subordinate companies to determine equipment and personnel shortfalls that directly affected readiness; facilitated the planning, installation, operation, and maintenance of all analog, digital, video, telephone, single- channel radio, multi-channel radio, satellite and data equipment to include help desk support and technical control facilities in both a deployed and garrison environment; experienced in C2 systems and integration in both a Combat Operation Center and Command Element environment; monitored and assessed potential impact of all internal and external programs, policies and contracts for normal operations and IT services.

Instructor-Advisor, Staff Noncommissioned Officer’s Academy, Camp Pendleton, California January 2000-July 2002

Served as an Instructor-Advisor for students attending the Staff Noncommissioned Officer’s (SNCO) Academy in the ranks of E-7 through E-5; covering a myriad of subjects contributing to the professional growth and development of the enlisted Marine. I obtained the level of Master Instructor covering more than 250 hours of platform and formal instruction for over 1500 students in eleven course cycles. Students were then challenged by proctored examination and or practical application resulting in mastery of each lesson taught. Conducted over 1000 hours of physical training to ensure the enlisted Marines were above average on the final physical fitness test and held them to a higher standard to achieve unlimited growth potential the remainder of their military careers.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Maintains a current and active Secret security clearance eligible to upgrade to a Top Secret with authorization to

access Special Compartmented Information (SCI). Last background check was adjudicated March 2017. Well versed with an extensive knowledge of all DoD, Federal, and Navy specific regulations for the operation and defenseofclassified andunclassifiednetworks.TrainingandexperiencewithITServices,SharePoint,Microsoft Office Suite and Command & Control Personal Computer (C2PC) and Command Post of the Future (CPOF). Technical experience with the installation and updating of Operating Systems (OS) Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7; experience with TCP/IP data networking and network security operations; skilled at the systematic troubleshooting of all radio, telephone, computer and network systems. Experience with Share Point 2007; abilitytocollaborate,designandmaintainintranetSPhomepageandservices;create andmanageuserand group accounts; configure volume share storage space, access and privileges; build, publish and maintain Share Point homepage, site restriction and policy. Information Technology (IT) and Communication System Planning (Video-Voice-Data);projectandpersonnel managementandtraining;provenabilitytoeffectivelymanage projects and people in austere environments across multi- cultural, multi-generation work forces; experience with maintenance and logistics sustainment.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: NORMAL OPERATIONS:

Represented an occupational field of over 14,000 enlisted Marines; the 2nd largest field in the Marine Corps. Responsible for the enlisted personnel structure, monthly and annual promotion allocations, recommendations for the assignments of personnel supporting all commands with the necessary proficiency levels to operate a multitudeofcommunication platformsintheMarineCorps’inventory.Thoseplatformswere,butnotlimited

to, switching modules, voice-over internet protocol (VoIP) phones, video teleconferencing equipment, single and multi-channel radio, tropo-wave scatter microwave radio, satellite transmission terminals, information technology (IT) equipment and ancillary devices, spectrum management tools, electronic keying management systems, cyber defense tools and accreditation on classified and unclassified enclaves. In addition, was the senior representative for C4 during all course curriculum review boards for enlisted entry, middle and advanced level training to increase the knowledge of the enlisted communication and continued growth and development supportingtheentireMarineCorpswithawell-roundedcommunicatortosupportthe warfighter.Thesecourse curriculum review boards were necessary to stay abreast of the ever-increasing technology in IT and equipment upgrades. Represented the director of C4 during numerous manpower and training analysis’s with the Marine Forces and Marine Expeditionary Forces, Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC), Combat Development and Integration (CD&I), Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM), Marine Tactical Systems Support Activity (MCTSSA), Training and Education Command (TECOM), Kingfisher and Qinetiq, for newly introduced equipment, platforms and devices into the Marine Corps’ inventory. Attended numerous Training and Readiness Conferences to match troop-to-task lists with equipment support.

NETWORK OPERATIONS:

Training and experience in Network Operations procedures in a combat environment while serving in Afghanistan for a network architecture covering an area the size of the state of Texas. Experience with help desk and service desk support using IT Services Management (ITSM) and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) management tools; familiar with all network monitoring and data collection tools in order to monitor and manage network performance; assisted in developing specific and measurable network Service Level Agreements (SLA) and Operational Level Agreements (OLA); maintained situational awareness and security criteria of both classified and unclassified networks by tracking and ensuring the compliance of operational directives by subordinate units and enclaves; detected and analyzed network anomalies for cyber events and attacks; made rapid reactive decisions to resolve network outages, unauthorized access, spillages, network congestion, assisted in developing policiesandprocedures;coordinatedandsupervisedworkto beaccomplishedbysubordinateunits;coordinated for both secure and unsecure network services while staying informed of current developments in IT and cyber field; provided functional guidance and technical support to end-user personnel; monitored Information Assurance duties and responsibilities to ensure compliance with all security standards; worked with Major Subordinate Commands to enforce compliance of DOD-8570.1M in order to obtain and maintain DOD approved

Security, Computing Environment and Operating System (OS) certifications; used network monitoring tools to identify network issues and monitor network performance; ensured confidentiality and proper use of accounts while regulating and monitoring file access.

NETWORK SUPPORT:

Experience with Network Administrator duties to include the monitoring and trouble-shooting of computing and telecommunication network infrastructure systems and services; knowledge, skill and ability to monitor both secure and unsecure network activity (ashore and afloat) using network monitoring software and network topology services; ensured uninterrupted service with other secure coalition networks and enclaves; adept at ever changing requirements in order to meet essential operations, demands, planned exercises and mission; monitored and ensured specific priority network enclaves were 100% operational with system service efficiency and compliant with all Memorandum of Understanding (MOU); watch support, tasking, reporting and trouble- shooting; monitored secure and unsecure network traffic for network anomalies and submitted written reports and briefs on all CCIR reporting requirements; conducted hourly service checks to ensure services were operational and efficient; submitted daily network status report after collecting and consolidating status from subordinate units; responded immediately to all system and service requests; created trouble tickets, monitored incident responses; provided technical assistance via web, phone, e-mail and in person; reviewed all open tickets at beginning of each shift to ensure all tickets were updated during the watch, documented all efforts taken to resolve problems; provided detailed pass-down of existing issues to oncoming watch.

HELP DESK SUPPORT:

Quality-focused and results-driven customer services satisfaction guarantee IT network professional; recognizes the vital role of extraordinary IT service and vital role of customer service, respect and satisfaction; recognizes importanceoffirst impressionandencouragesopencommunicationwithcustomerandprofessionalstaffatall levels of management to achieve IT customer satisfaction; certified on the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) for IT Services Management (ITSM) in order to provide standardized and comprehensive checklists, tasks and processes for help desk services; experienced in the installation, operation and maintenance of IT functional areas; reviews help desk procedure to emphasize the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) management tools to resolve user concerns with software, printing and network access to include specific applications; knowledge of and skill in the life cycle, change and configuration management process; analyzed and investigated a variety of technical questions, conditions or problems; consults with IT professionals to detect, evaluate and determine the best possible solution to problems; responsive to incoming requests for assistance and finds ways to resolve inquiries; skilled at handing unreasonable and unpleasant customer requests; provides effective recommendations on network security measures;directedthemanagementand back-upoffilesonthenetworkintheeventofacatastrophicnetwork failure;designedandsupervisedthe implementationofahelpdesktosupportover2500personnelwith software, printing and network access problems; introduced new technologies as well as methods of using existing technology; used a ticketing system to standardize the process across the domain and used best business practices to develop solutions to IT problems; provided functional guidance and technical support to end-user personnel.

TECHNICAL SUPPORT:

Provided direct technical guidance and recommendations on the fielding support for the manpower and training plans for Network-On-The-Move (NOTM), Data Distribution System Modular (DDS-M), Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Resistant Tactical Terminal (SMART-T), Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT FoS), Tactical Hand Held Radio Systems (THHR), Transition Switch Modules (TSM), Harris Radio Systems to include the AN/PRC-117 and AN/PRC- 150 variants, Phoenix Satellite Terminal, Lightweight Multiband Satellite Terminal (LMST), AN/TRC-170 Tropospheric Scatter Microwave Terminal and Expeditionary Command and Control Suite (ECCS).

These communication platforms provide communications on-the-move (OTM), over-the-horizon (OTH), C3 capability; a robust and reliable tactical Local Area Network (LAN) using Radio Frequency (RF) and Line of Sight (LOS) technology as the transmission means for tactical data networking; technical experience with Video- Teleconferencing (VTC) operations to include all video, voice and data support; experience with the installation and updating of Operating Systems (OS) Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7; technical experience with data networking using Network + and Security + training; skilled at systematic troubleshooting of radio, telephone and computers; familiar with the technical setup and breakdown of IT systems for exercises, operations and events.

Supervises the update of servers and workstations with the latest software upgrades and patches to include maintaining baseline images for servers, workstations and laptops; consults users, management, vendors and IT professionals to assess and determine computing needs and requirements; recommends upgrades to hardware and software; validates network architectures and other IT documentation prior to their implementation; executes routine and non-routine processes and procedures required to sustain all services and systems; conducts diagnostics such as peripherals device management, terminal setting and configuration, network protocol services, interface connection, cabling, network port configuration, denial of service, loopback, penetration testing and physical or logical (path) topology of hardware and circuit connections; performs Information Assurance (IA) tasks, duties and functions such as tracking all operational directives for password changes, IAVA patching and scans to ensure all equipment and systems on the network.

Comply with security standards and usage policies; provides functional guidance, supervision, technical support and quality assurance training to all end-user personnel; trouble-shoots system and network service failures – provides detailed steps to correctly diagnose and isolate device, service and infrastructure problems; creates and updates documents for the physical or logical topology of the network; monitors and facilitates the configuration and trouble-shooting of both secure and unsecure network infrastructure systems and services; familiar with cost analysis and life-cycle management of servers, workstations, laptops, telephones, cellular phones, peripherals, switches and facilities as required; administers and migrates various undocumented IT and Telecomm systems and services.

Managed user accounts, permissions and handled desktop management services; directed hardware interfaces and software product rollouts; facilitated the work of IT professionals to configure, backup, install, migrate and trouble- shoot servers, user and group policy access, workstation operating system network protocol and service, secure client desktop and laptop setting, installation and configuration of CAC/PKI; ability to create and manage user and email accounts, Intranet, Internet, Web and email, and create server, workstation and laptop baseline imaged and perform data backup and system recovery and restoration.

Provided direct support and recommendations on single-channel radio (SCR), line-of-sight (LOS) and over-the- horizon (OTH) capabilities; responsible for the installation, operation, and maintenance on all Combat Operations Center (UOC) communications equipment; trained customers on how to install software and configure an IP in an effort to make them more self-reliant; performed application, email, gateway, modem and workstation system install, configuration and management; tracked repair orders; provided Ethernet (thick/thin), routers, bridges, hubs; assisted lead engineers with planning network installs, configuration and trouble-shooting; prioritized and collaborated with external operations and event management on scheduled and unscheduled short-fuse IT solutions; provided install and trouble-shooting assistance for IT engineers, technicians and network system installers in diagnosing direct (end to end), and multiple (one-to-many) network and telecommunications connections.

Coordinated with configuration management to ensure optimum dissemination of existing and projected technical status for shift-watch personnel and senior-level management; managed the VOiP network and validated Domain Name Server (DNS) entries, Active Directory (AD) updates and DHCP server logs; assisted various enclaves with collaboration tools such as Command Post of the Future (CPOF), Command and Control Personal Computer (C2PC), Common Operational Picture (COP) and Blue Force Tracker (BFT); collaboratively resolved network connections to terminating step-sites via Tactical and Commercial Satellites using mesh topology to optimize the bandwidth; used Dial-In (ISDN) and Virtual Private Network (VPN) for direct and remote site access and cryptographic devices such as KIV-7, KG-175, KG-250, KOI-18 and CYZ-10.

LEADERSHIP:

Provided support and advice to a service component senior-level staff executive as a staff advisor; performed duties of a highly confidential nature exhibiting the utmost professionalism and discretion; interfaced with senior-level leadership support staff across the command geographies to include the combatant command, coalition partners, senior clients, and other agencies; DoD and Pentagon level and effectively worked with indigenouspeople,coalitionforcesandinstitutions throughouttheglobe;maderecommendationson procurement,promotion,evaluation,assignment,commendationand discipline;quicktoestablisharapport with co-workers and superiors and created an atmosphere of motivation and enthusiasm; flexible, open-minded and quick to respond to ever-changing demands and environments; ability to negotiate and discuss sometimes contentious and controversial issues; developed a cooperative working relationships with others while providing information to superiors, peers



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