MYLES O. SCHULBERG
BLUFFTON, SC 29910
March 2013 – Present
In retirement I have worked with my homeowner’s association in resolving homeowner issues and developing ideas that improve quality of life and reduce homeowner costs.
April 2008 – March 2013 (Retired)
Miracle Systems, LLC supporting Transportation Security Administration (TSA) 701 South 12th Street, Arlington, VA 22202
Supervisor (Miracle Systems, LLC): Dan Fletcher, 703-***-**** Duties/Accomplishments:
As Property Manager, past and present duties/accomplishments include verifying and validating capitalized asset date placed in service, acquisition date, valuation, disposal, and depreciation; developing new and updating existing standard operating procedures, financial management manual provisions, and forms; conducting property accounting training and providing presentations/briefings; accounts payable work; and responding to Internal Control Branch exercises and annual Chief Financial Officer’s (CFO) Act audit information requests.
October 2006 – April 2008
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE, Washington, DC 20590
Supervisor: D. Marlene Thomas (retired)
As the Director, Management Information and Services I had agency-wide policy and procedural as well as operational responsibility for personal property/supplies management, fleet management, space/facilities management, printing/copier management, voice communications management, mail/overnight delivery management, transit subsidy, parking, safety and health, physical security, information collections, forms management, Freedom of Information (FOI) and Privacy Acts administration, directives management and records management.
Supervised a staff of professionals and contractors to carry out the above duties. Accomplishments (Sampling):
Implemented an agency-wide discounted overnight delivery program with more than 25% savings.
Managed and completed move of the agency Headquarters to new Department of Transportation building; i.e., floor plans, telephone and electrical requirements, disposition of existing furniture, etc.
Reduced the response time in replying to FOI Act requests by 33%.
Promoted and acquired alternate fuel vehicles for field office use. March 2004 – September 2006
General Services Administration
1800 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20405
Supervisor: Janet Dobbs, 202-***-****
As a Program Analyst in the Office of Government-wide Policy, Office of Travel, Transportation and Asset Management, Center for Policy Evaluation and Compliance, I developed a program to perform evaluation and compliance reviews of Federal agencies in the areas of personal property/fleet/aircraft/mail/travel and relocation/transportation management.
Developed Federal-wide policy on sizing and configuring agency vehicle fleets.
Developed fleet management training module for agency fleet personnel.
Assisted in updating Federal fleet reporting requirements needed to monitor environmental compliance, and improvements in fleet management.
Identified locations to geographically expand Federal fleet councils (composed of Federal agencies) to regularly meet and address fleet issues and assist each other in program improvements.
April 1987 – March 2004
Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
(formerly Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS)) 425 I Street, NW, Washington, DC 20536
Supervisor: Gene Kupferer (retired)
As Chief, Logistics Policy Branch, formerly as Fleet Manager and Deputy Director, Logistics Division, I had agency-wide policy and procedural, and Headquarters operational responsibility for personal property/supplies management, fleet management, space/facilities management, printing/copier management, voice communications management, mail/overnight delivery management, transit subsidy, parking, safety and health and physical security. Held a contracting warrant for imprest fund and supply expenditures.
Supervised a staff of professionals, para-professionals, clericals, wage grades, and contractors to carry out the above duties. Accomplishments (Sampling):
Issued new or updated agency-wide policy and procedure in each of my program areas of responsibility cited in Duties above.
Developed and implemented agency-wide automated information systems in the areas of personal property/supplies management, fleet management, printing management and safety and health to enhance program management.
Provided 110 Legalization Offices, created upon passage of the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA), with furniture, copiers, telecommunications, vehicles, forms, etc., in expedited fashion.
Converted, as a result of the Washington Area Switch Program (WASP), over 1,000 non-feature key set telephones in Headquarters to multi-feature digital set telephones, tailoring features to each user.
Worked with agency Asset Forfeiture Office in acquiring seized and forfeited vehicles.
Developed Headquarters Mailroom outgoing mail processing from franked enveloping to postage metering per U.S. Postal Service regulations.
Developed and implemented physical security enhancements in Headquarters to include entry point cameras/metal detectors/x-ray scopes, guard station monitors, stairwell gates/alarms, elevator floor bypass, building perimeter lighting, etc.
Abated over-exposure to carbon monoxide of Immigration Inspectors in El Paso, Texas land ports of entry, through inspection booth air handling enhancements; developed abatement plan for water borne contagion exposure by Border Patrol Agents traversing the New and Tijuana Rivers (California); issued agency-wide guidelines in contagious disease and AIDS prevention.
Developed and implemented program for identifying agency vehicles to be replaced, and types of replacement vehicles to acquire, based on acquiring location, staffing, mission, terrain, etc.
Developed and implemented a personal property and fleet management audit guide to gauge agency compliance with program regulations.
Implemented a transit subsidy program, servicing employees agency-wide. July 1980 – April 1987
633 3rd Street, NW, Washington, DC 20220
Supervisor: Judith Wagner (retired)
As Chief, Administrative Programs Division I had agency-wide policy and procedural, and Headquarters operational responsibility for property/supplies management, fleet management, space/facilities management, printing/copier management, voice communications management, mail/overnight delivery management, parking, information collections, forms management, Freedom of Information (FOI) and Privacy Acts administration, directives management and records management. Supervised a staff of professionals, para-professionals, clericals, wage grades and contractors to carry out the above duties. September 1974 – July 1980
US Customs Service
1301 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20013
Supervisor: David Harrell (retired)
As a Management Analyst in several branches of the Management Analysis Division, I had agency-wide policy, procedural, and Headquarters operational responsibility for information collections, forms management, directives management and records management, and served as team leader or member on studies to improve efficiencies, economies, and effectiveness in information resources management/other programs, and organizational structures. Work experience prior to September 1974 and references available upon request Education:
Pace University Graduate School (New York, NY), MBA Credits in International Business, 1972 - 1974 Herbert H. Lehman College (Bronx, NY), BA Degree in Economics, 1971 Other Qualifications/Awards:
Attained Certified Personal Property Manager (CPPM) Certification from the National Property Management Association (NPMA) – March 2002
Taken various supervisory/managerial courses, EEO courses, and courses in various personal computer software and functional program areas
Skilled in using personal computers with various software, photocopiers, telefax machines, typewriters, calculators, other office equipment
Special Act Awards: U.S. Customs Service: May 1973, September 1979; U.S. Mint - June 1985; ICE/INS: February 1997, August 1998, February 1999, August 2000, January 2001, February 2001, January 2003; GSA: July 2004, September 2004, August 2005, September 2005, March 2006; FMCSA – June 2007
Performance Ratings with Cash Award or Quality Step Increase: ICE/INS: June 1988 –1993, March 1994, September 1995 – 2003; GSA: September 2005 – 2006; DHS Auditor’s Award for 2012 CFO Act Audit: Miracle Systems, LLC supporting TSA, December 2012
Department of Justice Award for 2000 CFO Act clean audir
Department of Homeland Security Award for 2012 CFO Act Audit
Secret Clearance at ICE/INS, Top Secret and Secret Clearances at U.S. Mint