Arlington, VA 22203
Mr. DeVinney is an author, inventor, veteran, and management professional with superior verbal and written communication skills. He has exceptional experience and education in business, economics, philosophy, history, finance, and defense. He has worked as a manager in the navy and as a contractor.
Pure Political Philosophy: Natural Law and Sulaocracy
Active Top Secret/SCI
Master of Business Administration, University of Delaware
Graduate Certificate, National Security Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Bachelor of Science, Homeland Security, University of Maryland, University College
U.Group, Business Intelligence Analyst
April 2020 – Present
Support the Department of Defiance (DoD) and the Trusted Capital Marketplace to secure the supply chain.
Identify trends that can help other departments, managers and executives make business decisions to maximize national security.
Utilize databases: Bloomberg Terminal, DDIQ, DACIS, and open source research to assist identifying foreign relationships and illicit financing.
Coordinate with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) to establish a secure marketplace for companies seeking additional capital, financial distress, to manage risk.
Assist in the development of a Trusted Capital CRM tool.
National Security Analyst – Foreign Investments
February 2019 – February 2020
Support the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) in the identification, assessment, and analysis of national security risks to the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) arising from M&A.
Use a diverse set of open source and classified databases and tools to identify foreign investment transactions and trends that may pose a national security risk to the DIB.
Manage a set of unclassified and classified knowledge management tools to disseminate information about transactions of interest and foreign investment trends within DoD.
Work with DoD and interagency stakeholders, applying rigorous principles of transactional risk assessment, to identify risks to the DIB arising from individual foreign investment transactions and make recommendations for further action by CFIUS.
Provide analytical and programmatic support to colleagues as they conduct risk assessments of transactions under review by CFIUS.
Perform other analytical and program support duties, as assigned.
Belcan, Intelligence Analyst
July 2018 – February 2019
Scientific, Engineering, and Technical Assistance (SETA) support focused on weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
Make significant contributions across a range of technical areas by identifying and monitoring ongoing related activities.
Support the research and development of high visibility briefings, reports and ad-hoc information products.
Write reports to urge executives to shift funds where it is most urgently needed.
Utilize Microsoft Office products; Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
First Financial Security, Senior Associate
October 2017 – October 2018
Specialize in key employee compensation whereby a corporation can increase assets, reduce expenses, and provide retirement for the participating employees.
Generate new clientele by building relationship and providing information.
Identifies new business opportunities by leveraging existing client referrals, natural markets, and business partners.
Provide retirement planning for individuals of all ages.
Rollover 401Ks, TSP, IRA, to a policy that will provide lifetime income.
Leidos, September 2015 – September 2017
October 2016 – September 2017, Program Manager/Intelligence Analyst II
Manage all prime and subcontractor resources across each task order–time, onboarding, offboarding, travel, and solve arbitrary issues that may arise.
Develop the Weekly Activity Report (WAR) and a monthly contract performance report deliver to my supervisor.
Directed and managed internal/external communications and all functional program activities to meet contract cost, schedule, and performance objectives.
Made final decisions on administrative and operational matters affecting more than one contract or activity of the programs.
Organized, directed, and managed contract operation support functions, involving multiple, managed teams of contract support personnel at multiple locations.
Regular contact with the Project Controller to ensure proper billing of all task orders.
Oversee budget evaluation, cost adjustments, and documented milestone to ensure timely and accurate reporting to the client.
Utilize analytical skills to write intelligence products pertaining to business, economics, and intellectual property.
Attend meeting with various companies to discuss IP violations; including intellectual property and theft of trade secrets.
Participate in de-confliction meetings with various agencies to discuss current and past cases to ensure the FBI was not interfering with active cases.
Identify other connections with IP violations such as: health and safety, terrorism, cyber threats, and other criminal violations.
September, 2015 – October 2016, Intelligence Analyst
Respond to customer requests, cables, threats to CONUS or USPER acting nefariously overseas, unmasking requests and responses, conduct ad hoc notifications, and data base checks.
Provide timely and correct answers to requests for assistance and information.
Provide intelligence support to the FBI Counterterrorism Division for operations and strategic engagement, including, analysis and research.
ManTech, Intelligence Analyst
July, 2013 – September, 2015
Conduct briefings for the entire intelligence community (IC).
Assist in providing Human Intelligence (HUMINT) analysis for the FBI to develop and implement a multi-platform, national level traffic analysis program for all HUMINT within the U.S. IC the areas of operational support.
Thoroughly research, critically analyze, and synthesize complex intelligence information to evaluate threats, conduct risk assessments, formulate mitigation strategies, responses to emerging threats, and disseminate information to FBI entities, and other agencies.
DHA Group, Inc., Management Consultant
January, 2012 – May, 2013
Managed the FBI range operations, ensured equipment operability, trained all HQ FBI firearms instructors on the operation, procedures, and verified safe operation.
USIS, Construction Surveillance Technician
January, 2010 – December, 2011
Conducted surveillance operations for the IC in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF), conducted inspections to prevent the implantation of clandestine devices.
U.S. Navy, Gunner’s Mate
March, 2005 – October, 2009
As the Work Center Supervisor and subject matter expert, I managed the division, scheduled and supervised maintenance of the MK 41Vertical Launching System (VLS), and associated support equipment.
Write evaluations for junior sailors
Extensive knowledge of information sharing within the scope a particular subject.
Combat Systems Training Team member–responsible for implementing training for VLS technician’s casualty response procedures to support tactical/war-time and emergency situations.
Troubleshoot technical issues within the VLS, ordered repair parts, and various IT systems to ensure 100 percent operability.