Defense Contracting Management AgencyJanuary 2010 to CurrentIndustrial Specialist Oshkosh, WI
Conduct In-depth technical evaluations of contractor's progress towards meeting requisite cost and schedule objectives Audit strengths and weaknesses within a contractor's supply chain to include sub-vendor control Independently generate tailored surveillance plans which are used to obtain needed data to analyze and make predictive analysis made relevant to cost and schedule Identify areas of deficiency or non-compliance based on performance indicators established during plan development and implementation Prepare Corrective Action Requests where non-compliant areas are not corrected adequately or in a timely manner Analyze contractor's production planning, scheduling, engineering, manufacturing, and other related performance elements, and prepare production progress reports Review contractor's requests for overtime on cost-type contracts and make recommendations to senior specialists Establish and maintain a communications channel with the Contracting Office and Program Management Office as necessary Complete Contract Receipt and Reviews that identify specific contractual and technical data packages that contactor's process must meet.
on several Pre-Award Surveys Lead Quality Assurance in deployed location accepted completed services for U.S.
Government Review content and accuracy of Wide Area Work Flow Documents (WAWF) Ensure Mechanization of Contract Administration Services (MOCAS) data integrity Responsible for planning and implementing the total property management system for the assigned contractors and for the continuous surveillance/evaluation of the assigned contractors' property control systems.
Determine that the functional areas of property management, acquisition, receiving, identification, records, movement, storage, physical inventories, reports, consumption, utilization, maintenance, subcontractor control, disposition, and contract property close-out are controlled as required by pertinent directives and/or are in accordance with applicable provisions of the contracts.
Participate in meetings with contractor personnel and provide advice and assistance to contractors to resolve highly complex problems in establishing adequate property control records and controls, consistent with contractual terms and established Government policy.
Resolve issues that are complicated by the need to address difficult property administration problems for which there are no established guidelines or precedents.
Conduct investigations pertaining to assigned contractors' liability when Government property is lost, damaged, or destroyed, or when there is evidence of unreasonable use or consumption.
Science Applications International CorporationJanuary 2009 to January 2010Logistics Manager Cannon, NM
Itemized, tracked, and documented use of aircraft parts and components throughout lifespan/range of serviceability (cradle-to-grave) Identified and properly tagged Property Quality Deficient Exhibits Maintained accountability of government assets with an estimated value of $46.2M Managed classified warehouse vault and high-theft storage facility; conducted daily inventory reviews of over 200 assets with 100% accountability Independently completed a Risk Assessment of each sub-tier contractor used to provide logistical support Analyzed reports and records activities, reported inefficiencies to supervisors, and recommended corrective action Controlled stock rotation to prevent deterioration and permit maximum use of dated and technical order compliance.
United States Air ForceJanuary 1987 to January 2007Inventory Management Specialist Cannon, NM
Supervised 66 technicians in internal/external supply functions and customer support operations Directed daily operations with planned work methods and productions schedules; Established priorities based on needs, resources, policies, directives, and procedures.
Managed private hazardous material contract; ensured contractual agreements were met Performed inventories and ensured timely correction of discrepancies Inspected and identified property, determined condition of property received Planned and schedules material storage and distribution activities Processed information retrievals using supply system database Supervised material management activities and system involved in requirements determination, inventory control, and receipt, storage and issues of supplies and equipment's Deployed War Readiness Spare Kits and War Reserve Material when identified and requested Instructor of Continuous Improvement Opportunities Subject Matter Expert in Lean processes Facilitator for several Process Action Teams ensuring CI and Lean tools used properly.
Grantham UniversityMarch 2015Business ManagementKansas City, KSBusiness Management
Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell AFBAssociate of Applied SciencesMontgomery, AL