Carl A. Mecca, Jr.
SENIOR PROGRAM and PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Over 25 years of managing programs and projects for leading technology firms and organizations in the public and private sectors. Acknowledged for an ability to provide analysis of business practices and implement innovative technology solutions while reducing cost of operations.
Recruited as a subject matter expert in information technology programs and systems.
Recognized as an effective communicator and team organizer in developing and maintaining productive relationships with clients, vendors, senior management and staff.
Holds a Top Secret/SCI Clearance and DOD T5
Government Operations Financial and Budget Management
Contract Negotiations Policy Procedure and Development
Procurement IT Program Management
Managed 30 programs ranging from 1 to 111 million dollars with emphasis on operations, software installations, customer service, and emergency planning.
Subject matter expert for a seven-person project management team for a $100 million contract to manage and coordinate Y2K serves(services?) for IBM, Titan and Gap Gemini
Project Manager for a private firm, negotiated contracts to save $ 7.3 million while increasing users from 7,000 to 38,000 with a 25% increase in customer satisfaction.
Program Manager to oversee 80 district agencies and districts schools to provide desktop support for 40,000 customers in 200 locations.
Conducted presentations to the Building Subcommittee of the General Services Administration which is a member of the Presidents National Advisory Committee.
Increased performance, productivity, inventory, and assessment services ahead of schedule with a budget cost savings of 10%.
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Government of the District of Columbia 1998-2017
Program Manager-Office of the Chief Technology Officer
Responsible for providing a district liaison for ten agencies to include the DC Emergency Management; Fire and Emergency Medical Services; Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs; and the DC National Guard.
Director of Business Operations, increased participation from 7,000 to 38,000.
Completed delivery of assigned Y2K services in time to assure continuity of business services.
Program Manager to address a project behind schedule by communicating with contractors to establish a timeline that met requirements.
Maintained product and systems standards for computers and printers.
Program Manager to the Metropolitan Police Department for IT funding sources and current spending and balances for operations tasks and new projects.
Developed crossover responsibilities with project management, procurement, financial, contract administration process, and systems.
JUSTIS project was nominated for national IT award and considered as a model of information sharing by the U.S. Homeland Security Office.
General Manager 1993-1998
Unitron Color Graphics
Requested by owner to perform all areas of executive management.
Increased performance and productivity for a $6 million operation.
Vice President-Business Development 1987-1990
Provided liaison between CEO/COO and a professional staff of architects, attorneys, and engineers.
Interfaced with city planners and local, state and federal agencies to resolve and eliminate all environmental situations and construction compliance issues.
Claims Supervisory 1985-1987
Travelers Insurance Company
Managed to investigate and restore over 1,500 auto and property claims per month.
Reduced claim case backlog of cases by 40% within the first six months.
United States Marine Corps
As a Major, served as a Battalion Staff Officer and Senior Military Instructor.
B.A. Education, Bethany College
Command and Staff College