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Manager, Intelligence

Location:
King George, Virginia, 22485, United States
Posted:
January 01, 2017

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Quinn M. Robertson, MBA

*** ******** ******, ******** *****, Virginia 22443

(228) ***-**** acx2ye@r.postjobfree.com

Qualifications

** ***** ** ************ *** Asymmetric analytical experience.

Contract Vehicles: GSA LOGWORLD, IDIQ OMNIBUS, SeaPort-E, OASIS

Contract Types: Best Value, CPFF, T&M, FFP, SCA, LPTA

TS/SCI

Ability to work exceptionally with a team or individually.

Program Redesign / Personnel Management.

Risk Management / Quality Control.

Project and Intelligence Oversight.

Technology Assessment and Management.

Information Management.

Exemplary Customer Relations.

Team Building and Retention.

Serves as a Program Manager for a multibillion IDIQ Contract

Expert with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook. Microsoft Project

Expert in Counter Insurgency lethal and non-lethal targeting effects

Expert analytical capability for All Source systems, platforms and information

Expert in digital file management

Microsoft 365

Share Point Administrator

Policy and Procedure Development.

Proven ability to work in a high stress environment, and provide a high level an exceptional quality of service.

Intelligence & Combat Arms Officer

Work Experience

INSCOM Business Development, Capture and Proposal Expert, November 2015 - Present

Trident Proposal Management (Booz Allen Hamilton), Alexandria, VA

Business development and proposal consultant sub-contracted to Booz Allen Hamilton, providing clients with market expertise and proposal team leadership.

Provides leadership and mentorship to proposal teams in high-stress, time-critical environments, receiving accolades for clear guidance, effective motivation, and exemplary personnel and process management. Provided periodic reports and updates to Proposal Manager.

Deputy to the Senior Project Management Officer, providing operational support to the Booz Allen Hamilton DMI PMO account, streamlining processes and increasing efficiencies across the holistic proposal lifecycle.

Coordinated all logistics and preparations for multiple partner-level review teams per proposal, enabling maximum effective feedback for over 20 participants.

Provided technical support to four proposals (totaling over 300 million dollars), including technical edits, Shipley Style Color Team Reviews, compliance reviews, and key personnel resume builds. Provided actionable guidance and feedback as well as researched and updated gaps and errors in content. Prepared written documents and briefing materials for proposal leadership.

Conducted Business Development and Intelligence for market and competitor deep dive analysis in multiple markets to include US ARMY INSCOM and Defense Military Intelligence to identify multiple opportunities for clients to increase their market share. Used various open source resources such as FBO, Bloomberg Government, GovWin, and e-Commerce to provide the latest and more comprehensive information.

Performed as the SharePoint administrator initially designing, coordinating and implementing multiple SharePoint projects.

INSCOM Program Manager, February 2015 – October 2015

Charles F. Day & Associates, LLC. – Fredericksburg, VA

Program Manager for INSCOM & CYBERCOM Task Orders based off of IDIQ Award.

Provides Program Management for an IDIQ Contract worth in excess of Three Billion Dollars.

Expert in implementing management practices to support innovation, change management, stakeholder management and overall manager for efficiency and quality in the performance of 22 companies.

Continuously certifies that SharePoint and Microsoft Office 365 collaboration accounts are set up and access is monitored and controlled to reflect the appropriate level of subcontractor access.

Writes technical response proposals for all military and defense contracts for INSCOM and CYBERCOM.

Expertise is assessing and implementing project objectives, supplier selection in accordance with the FAR, and coordinates planning for contract activities.

Utilizes Shipley methodology to conduct brainstorming sessions, and develop win themes for proposals.

Expert Ability in stakeholder management ensuring seamless transition throughout the proposal lifecycle.

Responsible for a wide variety of tasks including: account management; supervision of employees and external consultants; handling daily staff assignments; planning and administering budgets; controlling income and revenue; and tracking program expenses.

Conducts strategic planning for INSCOM IDIQ and performs Business development for the corporation.

Analyzes business activities, expenses and profits, establishing goals, and communicating the strategy throughout the company.

Single POC for leading teams through the formulation and execution of program plans, strategies and functions.

Directs, defines and coordinates resolutions to program issues.

Establishes objectives, develop requirements, plan schedules and estimate costs.

Reviews and composes proposals, negotiates sub-contracts, monitors technical issues and prepares reports as required.

Director/ Program Manager, Afghan National Military Intelligence Center, 2012 - 2014

New Century, Inc. – Kabul, Afghanistan

Responsible for the creation, implementation and development of National Military Intelligence Center (100 million Dollar project), which is the highest level of Ministry of Denfence Intelligence operations.Deputy to the Primary Manager of the New Century contract.

Managed and directed 16 Advisors associated with the National Military Intelligence Center. Managing the cost, complexity, and associated risk of a global project which underlies and/or is heavily interdependent with other core enterprise operational projects.

Establish effective communications with the project stakeholders (Commanding Generals, Diplomats, Politian’s, etc.) regarding interdependent timelines and requirements, as well as key project actions and decisions.

Provide clear communications on goals, responsibility, performance expectations, and feedback to internal stakeholders, as well as external partners and leadership officials.

Linked to the larger institutions and government agencies, effectively negotiated and persuaded Afghan leadership where necessary thus, ensuring the success of the team and the project

Developed, instituted, and ensured the project strategy regarding the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) was aligned to the business strategy

Deliver high quality, and pro-active advice and presentations to US Senior leadership (Ambassadors, Generals, Diplomats, etc.)

Responsible for preparing the MDMP budgets and/or additional investment requests, updating financial plans against actuals, and delivering to the budget by effective management of cost, schedule and resource

Responsible for managing the project plan and updating that regularly, escalating changes in scope, timelines, costs, risks, issues, etc.

Targeting Analyst, 2012

New Century Inc., Kabul, Afghanistan

Theater level Targeting Subject Matter Expert that implemented the strategic Afghan National Level Targeting system.

Led Key Leader Engagements as the Targeting Advisor with Senior Level Afghan National Army leadership (MAJ GEN & Below).

Conducted target analysis and research, using a variety of analytic tools and data sources (classified and open source) to perform research and analyze priority intelligence targets and non-lethal targeting that support the government mission.

Conduct technical target analysis that leads to the collection of information that address intelligence gaps concerning BW capabilities and computer networks, with an emphasis on technical collection operations.

Draft and produce a variety of documentation (government messaging traffic, strategic assessments), describing the results of research and analysis.

Senior Economic Advisor, 2012

Strategic Social Inc., Kabul, Afghanistan

Provided budget formulation and justification support for the country of Afghanistan development to the Commanding General ISAF.

Identified and measured fiscal corruption data thus, resulting in multiple measured policy revisions to ensure ethical practices.

Produced Economic Models to support Afghanistan economic growth initiatives currently being operationalized for theater-wide implementation.

Worked with US Embassy (Ambassador’s staff) on strategic economic models that directly influence the Afghan Ministry of Economics policies

Interacted and instructed Afghan Business Advisors in economic theory and implementation procedures.

Created multiple cross-agency economic models in order to improve theater- wide economic analysis that support the pledged 16 Billion dollars from the Tokyo Conference.

Senior Intelligence Analyst IV, 2011 – 2012

BAE Systems, TBOC, Newport News, VA

Planned and executed combined and joint operations at the theater or component level

Extensive knowledge of combat arms, all source intelligence analysis, civil-military operations for the area of responsibility or functional battle space operations.

Source Analysts shall support studies of combined and joint military operations conducted across the spectrum of war, from theater campaigns to operations other than war.

Studied objectives include course of action analysis, operational planning, time-phased force deployment data, feasibility assessments, identifying and managing areas of operational risk, determining force requirements, and developing tactics, techniques, and procedures for tactical and operational problems.

Analysis is performed using widely accepted military combat models and simulations, all source intelligence analysis as well as other appropriate operations research techniques.

Source Analysts provide support to gaming activities. Source Analysts interpret, synthesize, and present results and recommendations to senior military and civilian decision makers.

Led and managed interdisciplinary studies conducting of a scope and nature expected of a theater level command.

Detailed knowledge in military doctrine, planning and operational employment of forces - combat arms, combat support, and combat service support.

Applies broad understanding of military command and control and force structure at the unified and specified level (joint commands) to the joint planning process and mission analysis.

Senior Foreign Military Advisor, (deployed), 2008 – 2009

1st Battalion, 77th Armor (US), Amman, Jordan

Performed as Senior Military Intelligence advisor to the Jordanian National Army during Operation Eager Light.

Advised senior leadership on all intelligence operations for Jordanian Special Forces (classified operations).

Designed and implemented standard operating procedures for the Jordanian Intelligence elements in Operation Eager light.

Conducted key leader engagements with Jordanian officials.

Senior Intelligence Manager, 2008 - 2011

1st Battalion, 77th Armor, Camp Shelby, Mississippi

BDE S2; performed all duties as the brigade Intelligence officer.

Prior experience developing operations-intelligence products exploiting SIGINT, IMINT, OSINT, HUMINT/CI, MASINT, GEOINT.

Knowledge and experience with military intelligence operations and its various disciplines, functions, processes, and documentation

Prior experience in preparing and providing briefings/presentations to USCENTCOM Seniors and Interagency Leadership

Prior experience working with law enforcement, IC, and IA partners as a member of a joint task force or fusion center

Experience related to Military Operations, OPSEC, or Counterintelligence/HUMINT operations

Experience with the intelligence cycle and collection fusion, analysis, production, and dissemination for intelligence databases and products

BDE FSO; knowledge of intelligence oversight and security guidelines

Excellent written communication, research, and analytic skills

Excellent oral communication skills for presenting, briefing, or communicating analytical research material

Experience with all-source intelligence processes, data evaluation, and analysis

Ability to deliver global situational awareness in support of planning, synchronization, decision making and execution of client missions

Knowledge of state-of-the-art intelligence analysis tools

Experience with intelligence automated systems, especially imagery analysis, signals intelligence and exploitation tools and libraries.

Ability to manage research and coordination for projects.

Ability to instruct and interact with small groups on data and information requirements and coordination tasks.

Specialized training from any intelligence collection and analysis school, certification, or training in conducting formal law enforcement investigations

Combat Arms Commander (deployed), 2006- 2007

2/32 FA BN, 4th BDE, 1st Infantry Division, Bagdad Iraq

Responsible for all Intelligence operations of the Battalion.

Executive Officer of a Battery in charge of over 100 personnel and $10,000,000 worth of assets.

1st Civil Military Affairs Platoon Leader in charge of the development of western Baghdad during the Surge.

Recognized by multiple news agencies for successful missions in Baghdad.

Battalion S2 (Intelligence Manager), 2005 - 2008

Headquarters, 2/32 FA BN, 4th BDE, 1st Infantry Division, Fort Riley, KS

Serves as SME on all aspects of air component ISR Tasking, Collection, Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination (TCPED) policy and processes

Responsible for authoring combat capability documents, PPT presentations, formal messages, background papers, items of interest, and staff summary packages as the ISR Collections SME

Validates all Intelligence requirements for deploying military units.

Monitors new emerging multi-INT ISR technologies and develops integration strategies into ongoing combat operations.

Reviews and validates collection requirements from all component commands.

Develops concepts of employment that fully utilize intelligence weapon system capabilities to include airborne platform and ground exploitation systems

Collaborates with A2X on plans and exercises.

Authors briefings and background papers for the Brigade Commander.

Ensure collection tasking and capabilities remain current and relevant.

Provides training/mentoring on tradecraft, as required, to other analysts.

Senior Intelligence Analyst (deployed), 2004

J-2, Bagram, Afghanistan

Provide multi-intelligence (multi-INT) all-source analysis, link analysis, Geospatial visualizations, and high-value target development.

Assist with crafting new methodologies and provide ideas for rapid software prototypes in support of global DOD client's units.

Deliver in depth network analysis on IED threat networks operating across CENTCOM to the DoD and Joint clients. Provide support to new technology initiatives through tool design, requirements generation, and pilot testing. Monitor trends and events related to global IED threat groups, and transnational foreign fighter facilitation networks then prepare and deliver written and oral assessments to senior leadership.

Intelligence Analyst, 2003 - 2005

Headquarters, J-2, G-2, 10th Mtn. Division (LI), Fort Drum, NY

Assess and assist in the exploitation of devices for the purpose of technical dissemination to operational elements within the AOR.

Utilize various collection methods to include: Biometrics, CELLEX, DOCEX, MEDEX, SIGINT, HUMINT, and TECHINT to assist in comprehensive targeting of insurgent networks and facilitation operations.

Create pattern-of-life and device emplacement targeting assessments utilizing Biometric resources and electrical circuit exploitation reporting to assist in defeating IED networks throughout the assigned AOR.

Liaise between assigned unit and operational commanders to assist in the direct targeting of insurgent networks who facilitate the use of IED devices.

Maintain databases there contrast information from multiple sources, utilizing current tools.

Use the WTI universal profile schema closely with the electronic exploitation to create an assigned device profiles.

Provide subject matter expertise analysis of the areas IED and IED networks to the operational commander.

Education

Radford University, Masters Business Administration, Radford Virginia 1999

Radford University, Bachelors of Business Administration, Radford Virginia 1998

Concentration in Operations Management.

Professional Development

Military Intelligence Officer Captain’s Career Course, Military Intelligence School, Ft. Huachuca, AZ

Diploma, Field Artillery Officer Basic Course, Field Artillery School, Ft. Sill, OK

Diploma, Officer Candidate School, Ft. Benning, GA

Intelligence Analyst Course, Ft Huachuca, AZ

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