Highly experienced manager with over 33 years Defense Industry experience as a results-driven senior level manager in Supply Chain, Operational, Financial, and Program Management. Extensive skills in Government enterprise systems, Government contracting and conversions. Strong strategic-planning and people-management skills. Understand precise execution of metrics, cost controls and enduring team relationships. Impeccable integrity, culturally sensitive with seasoned leadership.
Managed team of 40 of professionals located in Rock Island, Afghanistan, Dubai, Kuwait, and Iraq. As the DPD Manager serve as the Government “trusted agent” collaborating with the LOGCAP Program Office, DCMA, DCAA and supported units in the performance of the LOGCAP contract in Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq. Major roles cover services for LOCAP to include; Logistics Management, Cost and Pricing, Property, IT and Database Administrators as well as Administrative Support to the LOGCAP program. Experienced Project Manager with firm determination and excellent communication skills to effectively engage with colleagues at all levels. Performs day-to-day management and oversight of assigned LOGCAP team functions having budgetary responsibilities for assigned tasks. Strong understanding of Army logistics support operations, Army Planning process, readiness coordination, and planning management, analyze strengths and deficiencies that will be utilized in evaluating contractor management, systemic issues, cost saving initiatives, lessons learned and provide analysis of contractor performance for meeting or exceeding metrics (technical, cost, management) at it relates to logistics management. Perform a variety of complicated tasks simultaneously on a daily basis. Possess strong analytic skills, task leadership skills, ability to solve problems independently, responsibility for meeting major deadlines, deal with people effectively, and strong oral and written communication skills.
Serve as forward site coordinator for the US Army Medical Materiel Agency coordinating actions relating to Deployable Medical Systems Hospitals, Medical Materiel Sets, Medical Unit Assemblies, Associated Support Items Of Equipment, Reset or Left Behind Equipment actions and the Lead Material Integrator (LMI) execution; Utilize TEWLS or Theater Enterprise-Wide Logistics System. TEWLS is based on SAP software, and integrates multiple business processes, i.e. Inventory Management, Warehouse Management, Kitting, Financial Management, etc., across the Enterprise or organized business activities into a single Master Database. Utilize LIW applications on a daily basis. Conduct briefings and on-site assessments; monitor fielding status of Reset actions; conference attendance; training; providing material disposition; and providing technical expertise concerning medical logistics and maintenance related matters. Customer units include Active Army, National Guard, and Reserve Components. Coordinate maintenance requirements with local activities and USAMMAs Medical Maintenance Depots. Assist in the coordination of infrastructure/facilities to support medical Reset, Total Package fielding, and other missions; Create, edit, and maintain documentation for automated tools and processes used to support the project. Ability to coordinate and maximize scarce resources; Ability to assimilate large amounts of information quickly; Ability to work independently; Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines; Coordinate task accomplishment with other project team members; Comprehend, analyze, and evaluate available data and implement a feasible course of action; Possess strong communication and client relations skills.
On a daily basis performed detailed job analysis of Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) business processes and provide an interface between traditional logistical support organizations and functional SAP application requirement definitions. Maintain excellent verbal and written communication skills as information is gathered from a very diverse group. Possess a wide range of knowledge in all areas of logistics and finance in the customer business area; Cleanse and analyze Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS), Commodity Command Standard System (CCSS), Standard Depot System (SDS), Army War Reserve Deployment System (AWRD) , Army Materiel Command Installation Supply System (AMCISS), & other legacy systems data to SAP ERP enterprise solution. Develop LOGSA Enterprise Data Management Office guidance for initiating and realizing a program that validates the accuracy and cleanliness of data prior to migration to LMP from legacy systems. Develop the technical solutions to support identified metrics, monitoring ERP and LMP data quality and availability through the use of metrics and audits, compile and maintain a catalog with discovery level metadata. Coordinate the investigation of data related issues and data actions with the Data Object Owners, Business Area Leads, Business Team Leads, Data Czars, System Integrators, Subject Matter Experts and external trading partners as applicable. Ability to define a business process, the flow of data from one stakeholder to another and delivering tools to the customer they need to continuously improve the processes through streamlining of work.
Lead Contractor for the daily operations and supervision of 29 contract personnel. Overall responsibility for 60 geographical regions encompassing over 152 Supply Support Activities within CONUS. Supervised and provided technical direction. On a daily basis advised military and peers on solutions for logistical solutions utilizing causative research as required. Developed and maintained Command Level Briefings for materiel and readiness management functions being performed by the ASC DMC. Assisted with the planning and direction of the Transfer of Authority for Sustainment Brigades, DOL, and Left Behind Supply Support Activities (SSA). Responsible for the materiel management functions and Customer assistance support through CONUS. Act as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for ASC in the implementation and sustainment of the Exchange Pricing business process initiative. Actively participate in the planning and implementation of the three phases of EP. Attend all Systems Integration Working Groups to develop test cases for the purpose of reaching a decision whether to field the system or not. Analyze trouble tickets and process flows to ensure the business process meets or exceeds government standards. Maintain knowledge of DOD, DA, and ASC missions and functions to provide authoritative advice and guidance to others. Formulate plans, policies, and command objectives for implementation of programming, budgeting, and management of available resources utilized in the planned execution of programs. Evaluate RESET and LBE budget submissions for adequacy and compatibility between mission programs and resource requirements. Participate in program forecast development, prioritization of needs, review and analysis of Budget Program. Analyze and recommend adjustments in program priorities and/or reprogramming between source-of-repair facilities. Assist in the validity of justification for additional or reprogrammed funds. Thorough knowledge of DOD, DA, AMC, FORSCOM, and USAR policies, concepts and theories of logistics and financial management work and ability to apply this knowledge to the management of assigned programs. Conduct studies to develop operational methodology, to analyze the impact of current activities on current and projected resources. Recommend feasible alternatives to determine milestone events and to develop, coordinate and maintain the logistics portion of contingency, mobilization or other plans. Experience in Acquisition and Contract Administration; Supply Chain Management; Training Program Development; Strategic Readiness, Excess and Inventory management; Global Combat Support System Army (GCSS-Army) knowledge, and General Funds Enterprise Business System (GFEBS).
Responsible for the SARSS/GATEWAY/DODAAC contract for the US Army Reserve Command (USARC). Direct oversight authority and responsibility for all Task Order personnel logistics and financial operations. Directed and integrated the spectrum of acquisition, inventory, contracting, and financial management on a daily basis. Provide support planning and analysis for Logistics Installation Management, Standard Army Retail Supply System, SARSS 2AC/B, Commodity Command Standard System, Installation Supply Buffer, and Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced data migration, Asset Visibility, and Left Behind Equipment. As subject matter expert for the USARC directed and implemented conversion to Single Stock Fund MS 1/II and III as well as the ongoing initiative of conversion to the Funds Control Module, the use of the Funds Account Data Record (FADR), and the Exchange Pricing Initiative. Knowledge of analytical and evaluative methodologies in addition to an in depth understanding of the Army national, tactical, organizational and functional activities, Standard Management Information Systems, and associated acquisition/logistics concepts and policies for DA systems and the ability to integrate these areas with upcoming emerging systems and technologies. Perform budget formulation, execution, reconciliation and other budget actions including managing budget accounts and tracking obligations and expenditures; analyze and evaluate changes in program plans and funding, and their effect on current budget/financial policies; develop new or modified policies and/or procedures to improve effectiveness and efficiency of a budget related program; and prepared and presented financial reports to higher level managers on the status of funds, trend analysis and obligations, and expenditures. Knowledge of DOD, DA, and AMC program goals; Sequence and timing of key events, and methods of evaluating accomplishments to successfully support assigned initiatives. Comprehensive knowledge of DOD Future Logistics Enterprise and Army Logistics Enterprise systems objectives, DOD infrastructure, Army/AMC regulations requirements, and specific and unique national automation to provide advice and assistance, for integration and consolidation efforts between existing and proposed DOD/DA/AMC initiatives. Possess the ability to apply and conceptualize new theories relative to existing or evolving logistical policies and procedures to support Army commodities and to effectively analyze program objectives and requirements. Knowledge of commodity, supply chain, and life cycle management in order to identify and resolve major conflicts in processes and procedures. Thorough knowledge of automated acquisition, supply, maintenance and other aspects of logistical management support processes, procedures and functions necessary to perform assigned tasks. In-depth knowledge of national automated systems and relationship to tactical systems and other logistical support tools to effectively plan, develop, integrate and evaluate assigned logistics programs and systems.
11 years Medical Supply Stock Record Accountable Officer, Fort Leonard wood, Missouri United States; Duties: Accountable Officer for the Installation Medical Supply Activity; planned, managed, coordinated, and directed logistical medical support for five states. Established and implemented policies on administration, personnel management, training, and workload priorities. Provided policy guidance and direction for the accomplishment of all Supply and Financial Management utilizing SAILS +. Maintained the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) account for the Medical Supply Account; Maintained a Top Secret Clearance; served as the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) for the HQ MEDDAC. Ensure compliance of the Troop Medical Clinic and Dental Clinic staff; Enforced contract requirements and performance work standards. Directorate of Logistics Customer Support Branch Command Supply Discipline Evaluator
Certificates in Contracting Officer Representative Training
Certificates in SAP Training
Certificate of Lean Six
Certificate of Project Management
Numerous Professional Development Courses
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