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Senior Policy Analyst

Location:
Woodbridge, Virginia, 22192, United States
Salary:
115000
Posted:
March 27, 2011

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TYREE JEROME WEBSTER II

**** ******** ****** *****, **********, Virginia 22192

duk5jg@r.postjobfree.com

(703) ***.****

TOP SECRET SECURITY CLEARANCE (SCI ELIGIBLE)

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS

- Over 15 years of Operations Management, Training Management, and Program and Budget Management at all levels within the Department of Defense (DoD).

- Over 15 years of experience in delivering presentations, and facilitating discussions to a variety of Adult and Adolescent audiences: Senior Military and Civilian Executives, Officers, Enlisted, and community service organizations.

- Over 12 years of Strategic Planning, Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP), Emergency Preparedness Analyst, Senior Policy Analyst, Organizational Development, and Program, Budget Development within DoD, White House staff, Departments of Treasury, Justice, Homeland Security and Defense agencies.

- Strong commitment to organizational goals and improving operations and customer service.

- Proficient with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Familiar with Excel and Access.

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE ARMY (EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS AND CONTROL) ~ Washington, DC

SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR OF THE ARMY STAFF: 2009-Present

- As Deputy Director of the Executive Communications and Control (ECC), assign, manage, coordinate, and monitor actions from the senior leaders of the Department of the Army, including the Secretary of the Army, Chief of Staff, Under Secretary of the Army, Vice Chief of Staff, and Director of the Army Staff.

- The primary point of contact in the ECC for all actions related to Human Resources and Reserve Components

- Manage staff actions and organize meetings for the Army senior leadership with the army staff, commands, service component commands, and direct reporting units.

UNITED STATES JOINT FORCES COMMAND/OPERATIONS, PLANS, LOGISTICS AND ENGINEERING (USJFCOM) DIRECTORATE ~ Norfolk, VA

CHIEF, Reserve Affairs Program Manager: 2006-2008

- Program Manager (PM) to the Director of Operations, Logistics and Engineering on reserve matters to include determination of qualified candidates for reserve assignment to the organization.

- PM for reserve support through partnering with Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, USJFCOM staff, and the services. Provided personal, training and equipment data to the command which supported approximately a $30 million budget. I supervised a 25 member staff.

- Balanced the organization’s reserve support between the mobilized (activated for full time support) and the traditional reservist (weekend drills and 2 week annual training), which optimized equities for the directorate and its assistance to Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR (SPECIAL OPERATION/LOW INTENSITY CONFLICT) (OASD(SO/LIC) ~ Washington, DC

SENIOR POLICY ANALYST: 2003-2006

- Selected to be one of the Special Analyst representing the OASD as a member of the Presidential Continuity of Government (COG) relocation team.

- Annually revised and coordinated with the National Guard counterdrug Program Manager to assist in overseeing the approval process for the National Guard counterdrug programs, plans and budget. This program budget was approximately $55 million.

- Supervised full spectrum in carrying out Continuity of Operations Program (COOP) development and training for Counternarcotics directorate. Analyzed and provided data to support the DoD Billion dollar COOP budget.

- Lead Collaborative Author in developing the 2005 National Southwest Border Counternarcotics Strategy, which is the only technique to ensure the protection of the Southwest Border against trans-national threats. This document also covered all borders and had to be approved and signed by the Presidents of the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

- Coordinated team efforts with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in designing DoD policy concerning active duty and reserve component service members performing counternarcotics activities along the United States borders with Mexico and Canada. This program was approximately a $60 million that we managed within the directorate for domestic support only.

- Represented the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense on counternaroctics issues in meetings with White House staff, Departments of Treasury, Justice, Homeland Security, and Defense agencies.

- Efficiently handled the applications for all OCONUS travel of military personnel tasked at the Department of Justice and Department of State in support of critical counternarcotics programs in the U.S. NORTHCOM and SOUTHCOM area of operation.

- Received special recognition from the Vice President of the United States and his staff for supporting the Presidential Relocation Team mission.

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, ARMY RESERVE (OCAR) ~ Washington, DC

OPERATIONS OFFICER: 2000-2003

- Assigned as a strategic plans officer in the OCAR Plans Directorate. Served as key facilitator on the Army Reserve Strategic Planning Board in presenting comprehensive analysis of USAR force requirements and capabilities as outlined in the combatant command war plans.

- Expertly served as the Army Reserve Program Manager for the Continuity of Operations Program (COOP) and a team player in the development and implementation of the United States Army Reserve Command (USARC) Mobilization Command Post exercise. Developed initial budget of approximately $15 million to support United States Army Reserve COOP.

- Played a significant role as the Chief Army Reserve’s principle Crisis Action Team (CAT) representative to the director, army operations, readiness, and mobilization organizing worldwide military initiatives by ensuring that all reserve units mobilized and deployed in

- Rendered OCAR operations and key senior Army Reserve leadership in conducting trainings and briefings on strategic actions during a natural disaster or terrorist attack case within the homeland

EDUCATION

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN RECREATIONS MANAGEMENT

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff ~ Pine Bluff, AR

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

National Defense University/Joint Forces Staff College Courses:

Joint, Interagency, and Multinational Planner’s Course

Homeland Security Planners Course

Reserve Components National Security Course

United States Army Force Management Course

United States Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC)

Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES)

United States Army Combined Arms and Services Staff School (CAS3)

United States Army Mobilization/Deployment Planning Course

AWARDS

Office of the Secretary of Defense Identification Badge and Army Staff Identification Badge

AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

Scoutmaster, Boy Scouts of America/Venturing Crew Scouting



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