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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary
Skilled City Manager offers [Number] years of progressive experience in high-performing municipal governments. Seeks a position in city government offering new growth opportunities and professional challenges.
Skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Proposal writing
  • Budgeting and finance expertise
  • Process improvement techniques
  • Workforce planning
  • Sound judgment
  • Labor relations and negotiations
  • Operations management
  • MS Office
  • Approachable
  • Budgeting
  • Strategic thinker
  • Financial monitoring and forecasting
  • Program evaluation
  • Presentation software
Education
Webster University Fort Bragg, NC Expected in 07/2011 MBA : - GPA :
  • 3.5 GPA
  • Coursework in Business, Management and Finance
  • Coursework in Business Administration
  • Coursework in Planning Research Methods
Fayetteville State University Fayetteville, NC Expected in 05/2008 Bachelor of Science : Accounting - GPA :

    3.0 GPA

  • Continuing education in Finance and Accounting
  • Coursework in Business, Management and Finance
Fayetteville Technical Community College Fayetteville, NC Expected in 12/2005 Associate of Applied Science : Banking and Finance - GPA :
  • 3.43 GPA
  • Continuing education in Finance and Accounting
  • Coursework in Business, Management and Finance
lllll , Expected in Contract Level I Training : - GPA :
Certifications
Level III
Work History
Lennar - Lead Contract Specialist, GS-1102-13(01)
Tigard, OR, 10/2015 - Current
Serving as a Warranted Contracting Officer/Team Lead in the United States Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) Support Division.  Manages a workload portfolio for five (5) team members with an estimated total dollar value of over $100M.
GS The United States Army - Warranted Contracting Officer/Team Lead
, , Current - 2013


  • Manages a workload portfolio for five (5) team members with an estimated total dollar value of over $100M.
  • Some major contracts include the Airborne Positions Location Systems (APLS) $846,939.92, Extensible Command, Control, Communications, Computer and Intelligence Instrumentation Suite (ExCIS) Maintenance and Development $16,299,915 and the Geometric Automated Video Enhanced Location System, Night Vision Capability (GAVELS NVC) $4,693,216.
  • Tracks team member's performance and makes recommendations.
  • Oversees a wide range of contract types, such as Cost Plus Fixed Fee and Firm Fixed Price.
  • Conducts the full range of pre and post-award functions for a variety of high-dollar, complex service requirements, research & development (test support), simplified acquisitions, construction, supply, and utilities contracts; including price/cost analysis and negotiations, in support of ATEC's Major Range Test Facility Bases.
  • Awarded two interim Test and Evaluation Technical Support Services (TETSS) IDIQ contracts issuing sixteen task orders for $5.4M and $10M in a short period of time to provide continuity of services for the Fires Test Directorate and the Integrated Test and Evaluation Directorate due to two (2) GAO protests filed on the new awards.
  • Was chosen to serve as the KO of NTC 16-04 for CCOs of the 901st CBN.
  • Through overwhelming circumstances, was able to award five contracts in a short amount of time for approximately $248,620.92 to support over 5,000 war-fighters.
  • For meritorious service, was awarded the Achievement Medal for Civilian Service.
  • Obligated over $28M in contract actions.
  • Serves as the organizations contract closeout manager of a backlog of over 2000 overaged contract close-outs.
  • Was able to train the Brigade Military Staff on closeout procedures and develop tactics to improve the organizations percentage by 20%.
  • Supports the Small Business goals of MICC-Fort Hood; 95% of awards were set aside for small businesses.
  • Identified more than $53M in actions to be reserved for small businesses which will contribute to meeting the organizations small business goals in FY17.  Amongst those contracts are the Joint Mobile Infrared Countermeasures Test System (JMITS) $13M and the Analytic and Engineering Mission Support Services (AMSS) $37M.
  • Fully supports the Director and Division Chief in last minute taskers and keeping pertinent reports updated.
  • Serves on evaluation panels for new hires, reviews resumes, interviews candidates and makes hiring recommendations.
  • Continues to seek developmental opportunities and take all relevant training available to enhance job proficiency.
Installation Contracting Command - Lead Contract Administrator, GS-1102-12(04)
City, STATE, 03/2015 - 10/2015
Served as a Lead Contract Administrator in the Contracts Management Division.  Managed four (4) team members workload for a variety of Firm Fixed Price (FFP) and Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) type contracts for complex acquisitions and simplified acquisitions in support of the Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC), Operational Test Support Center (OTC) and Installation Management Command (IMCOM).
Mission And Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Contract Administrator
City, STATE, Current - 11/2004


  • Oversaw all aspects of post award contract performance and administration.
  • Managed over 300 post award contract actions that range from $3K to $74M.
  • Monitored contract performance in order to provide substantial feedback to Contracting Division (Pre-Award) on follow on contracts.
  • Reviewed Task Orders for award, documents for Peer Reviews and documents for closeout procedures such as payment registers, DFAS payments, Treasury and GFEBS payments, Contract Completion Statements (DD1594) and Contract Closeout Checklists (DD1597).
  • Reviewed and approved preliminary notices to contractors to exercise options, reviewed unilateral and bilateral modifications for incremental funding, de-obligations, realignment of funding, administrative changes, Economic Price Adjustments (EPA), etc.
  • Released over $1M of critical funds back to the war-fighters through de-obligations of funds and closing out contracts.
  • Ensured all procurement related data was input into Procurement Desktop-Defense (PD2), Contracting Tactical Operations Center (CTOC), Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation (FPDS-NG) and Paperless Contract File (PCF).
  • Ensured Contracting Officers Representatives (COR) were self-nominated to be appointed on all Task Orders before award.
  • Ensured Contractors Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) records were input on time.
  • Continued to seek developmental opportunities and take all relevant training available to enhance job proficiency as a lead contract administrator.
MICC - Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-12(04)
City, STATE, 06/2012 - 03/2015
Served as a Level III Certified Senior Contract Specialist in the Contracting Division responsible for the Army Test and Evaluation Command requirements.
Mission And Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-12(04)
City, STATE, Current - 11/2004
  • Used knowledge of Federal, agency, & local contract & procurement methodology, procedures, regulations, & instructions to coordinate and plan three (3) multimillion dollar acquisitions as follows
MICC - Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-12(01)
City, STATE, 01/2012 - 06/2012
Served as Senior Contract Specialist responsible for the execution of the full range of pre-award and post award functions for Distributed Learning Systems (DLS).
Mission And Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-12(01)
City, STATE, Current - 11/2001
  • Used knowledge of Federal, agency, & local contract & procurement methodology, procedures, regulations, & instructions to serve as Senior Contract Specialist responsible for the execution of the full range of pre-award and post award functions for Distributed Learning Systems (DLS).
  • Pre-award functions included procuring FFP contracts with some Cost Reimbursable Contract Line Items for complex/high-dollar requirements and Simplified Acquisition Procurements.
  • Referred to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), Army Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (AFARS), Procurement Instruction Letters (PILs) & other regulations, policy & guidance documents & coordinated with Project Managers (PMs), Office of Counsel, & Small Business Administration (SBA) to obtain all required information to construct Request For Proposals (RFPs) for solicitations & TOs.
  • Released solicitations & received offers in response.
  • Assured receipt of proposals, adhered to required time limit & ensured proposals were handled properly.
  • Analyzed proposals for conformance with the solicitation.
  • Maintained official contract files for all contract types.
  • Constructed POMs, PNMs, Bid Abstracts, & other required documentation for the successful award & official contract files.
  • Post-award functions included monitoring contractor performance, conducting negotiations as the lead negotiator, modifying contractual actions, and closing out contracts.
  • Negotiated modifications & options.
  • Issued delivery orders against Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), requirement contracts with dollar values ranging from $5M to $127M.
  • Successfully managed the Digital Deployed Training Centers (DDTC) contract in the amount of $22.7M and the Army Learning Management System (ALMS) contract in the amount of $49M.
  • Awarded supply contracts over $3M using the Army Computer Hardware Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) website, the Department of Defense (DOD) Enterprise Software Initiative (ESI), and the Enterprise Software Agreements for warranties, licenses and application software.
  • Set priorities and suspense dates to successfully manage workload.
  • Elevated workload issues requiring major funds or time as necessary.
  • Coordinated with customers, legal counsel, technical experts, small business specialists, and organizational leaders.
  • Conducted pre and post award conferences.
  • Ensured that day-to-day operations were conducted in accordance with (IAW) established policies and directives.
  • Used the following automated contract writing and tracking systems
Mission And Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-11(02)
City, STATE, 06/2011 - 01/2012
Served as Level II Certified Contract Specialist responsible for pre-award and post-award functions within the Contract Management Division.
Mission And Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-11(02)
City, STATE, Current - 10/2002
  • responsible for pre-award and post-award functions within the Contract Management Division.
  • Performed administrative functions on complex technical and information technology services requirements in excess of $200M.
  • Conducted extensive research on assigned contracts, closely monitored Contractor's performance and was able to help the Government save over $500K, by discovering several discrepancies in contractor's invoices.
  • Ensured Contractor's performance was in accordance with the PRS by reviewing and approving COR reports.
  • Successfully awarded two TOs off of the CHESS website for desktop computers and database memory in excess of $66K during FY11 year-end close-outs and documented the file to fully support the award decision with minimum supervisory oversight.
  • Shared pre-award knowledge and experience of CHESS to effectively assist team members with expediting contract awards at FY11 year-end close-out, as well as prepared ten challenging funding modifications with minimum supervisory oversight.
  • Effectively managed and resolved Contract Discrepancy Reports in less than five days for two contract actions.
  • Closed out thirty-one TOs in a short period of time, to include preparing modifications for de-obligating funds and assisted co-workers in closing out several of their task orders.
  • Provided assistance on a continuous basis to team associates in the resolution of issues pertaining to PD2 and PCF.
  • Received an excellent Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) comment for providing excellent customer service, which led to an on the spot award.
  • Constantly sought developmental opportunities and continuously worked towards goals in my Individual Development Plans (IDP).
  • Surpassed the 80 Continuous Learning Points (CLPs) required during this current two-year cycle.
  • Contact Supervisor
Mission And Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Contract Specialist GS-1102-11 (02)
City, STATE, 07/2010 - 06/2011
serve as Level II Certified Contract Specialist within the Installation Division.  Procured a wide variety of service, supply, and construction requirements for the XVIII Airborne Corps and various Fort Bragg tenants.
Mission And Installation Contracting Command (MICC) - Specialist GS
City, STATE, Current - 10/2002
  • Used knowledge of Federal, agency, & local contract & procurement methodology, procedures, regulations, & instructions to serve as Level II Certified Contract Specialist within the Installation Division.
  • Procured a wide variety of service, supply, and construction requirements for the XVIII Airborne Corps and various Fort Bragg tenants.
  • Responsible for all supply contracts from cradle to grave.
  • Performed all actions relative to pre-award, including conducting market research analysis, developing proposed acquisition milestones, constructing determinations and findings, and justification and approvals.
  • Created and updated Milestone Tracking Reports on all assigned workload in excess of $6.5M which required higher level review.
  • Developed, prepared, and trained all members associated with the SSEBs and reported all findings to the Contracting Officer/Source Selection Authority.
  • Prepared all documents associated with the Source Selection process to include the solicitation, POM, PNM, Source Selection Decision Document, and award for contract actions with an estimated total dollar value of $150M.
  • Conducted clarifications and discussions with offerors.
  • Responsible for pre and post award actions for complex high/dollar requirements including the Transportation Motor Pool valued at $22M, Network Enterprise Center Information Technology (NEC IT) Support Services for Fort Bragg valued at $22M, Bay Doors valued at $6.6M, and NEC IT Infrastructure valued at $5.3M.
  • While maintaining a workload of complex requirements and meeting every critical milestone, was also able to award several smaller contracts such as the Interim Grounds Maintenance contract awarded for $1.03M, an 8(a) Construction BHO contract awarded for $655K, Video Teleconferencing Contract awarded for $16K, and several smaller CHESS buys, and other supplies and construction requirements.
  • As a result of being able to manage my workload, I was afforded the opportunity to successfully award a critical Directorate of Public Works (DPW) project in a timeframe that exceeded DPW's expectations and was commended for doing so.
  • Although the solicitation for this critical requirement received an agency protest, a Government Accountability Office (GAO) protest and after the competitive range received a SBA protest, I was still able to award this contract timely without disruption of services.
  • By providing written responses and necessary documentation to the agency, GAO and SBA in a timely manner and meticulously documenting the files, all of the protests were denied enabling me to proceed with the award of the Washers and Dryers contract for $3.5M.
  • Scheduled pre and post award conferences for all assigned service, construction and some supply contracts.
  • Constantly sought developmental opportunities and continuously worked towards goals in my Individual Development Plans (IDP).
  • Shared experience with newly assigned Purchasing Agents and Contract Specialists.
  • Was always the go-to person for working critical time sensitive requirements and was rewarded for doing so.
  • Reviewed contractual actions during the absence of the Contracting Officer and prepared them for signature upon the Contracting Officer's return.
  • Promoted and encouraged Esprit de Corps within the organization while serving as a member of the Events Committee.
  • Contact Supervisor
MICC - Specialist/DA Intern GS
City, STATE, 07/2008 - 07/2010
Used knowledge of Federal, agency, and local contract and procurement methodology, procedures, regulations, and instructions to perform pre-award and post award functions for the procurement of supplies, services and construction while serving as a Contract Specialist Intern.
Mission And Installation Contracting Command (MICC), - Contract Specialist/DA Intern GS-1102-7/9/11
City, STATE, Current - 06/2011
  • Used knowledge of Federal, agency, and local contract and procurement methodology, procedures, regulations, and instructions to perform pre-award and post award functions for the procurement of supplies, services and construction while serving as a Contract Specialist Intern.
  • Responsible for all supply contracts from cradle to grave.
  • Performed market research to determine availability of supplies and services.
  • Utilized Simplified Acquisition Procedures and Negotiations to acquire requirements up to a dollar value of $5.5M.
  • Issued Requests for Quotes, RFP, Invitation for Bids and Requests for Task Order Responses to SBA 8(a), HubZone, Total Small Business set asides, unrestricted and GSA offerors as indicated by requesters' suggested sources, market research, sources identified through Central Contractor Register and Dynamic Small Business Search to execute FFP, CR, and requirement costs ranging from short range to base plus option periods.
  • Familiarized myself with the Army CHESS program and awarded numerous TO off of the program.
  • Reviewed justifications for sole source requirements and prepared other acquisition documents.
  • Evaluated quotes, bids and proposals to solicitations to determine responder's capacity to perform and comply with contract clauses and specifications.
  • Provided support to the Office of Counsel and Contracting Officer to prepare documents during protests.
  • Responded to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests in regards to solicitations and contracts.
  • Performed price/cost analysis to determine if price/costs are fair and reasonable.
  • Scheduled numerous site visits for construction and supply contracts.
  • As a young Intern, I was chosen to work on a complex high/dollar requirement for the NEC - Fort Bragg IT Services.
  • The requirement entailed developing, preparing, and training members associated with the SSEB.
  • Learned how to prepare documents associated with the Source Selection process.
  • Performed Contract Administration functions, handling a variety of actions and problems related to assigned contracts until final delivery and payments were completed and the contracts were closed.
  • As an Intern, I also managed to grasp the concepts of Contracting at a pace that far exceeded my peers.
  • I in turn, shared any new information that I learned with my peers so as to keep them abreast of procedures and policies.
  • Contact Supervisor
Pecial Operations Command, - Special Operations Command
City, STATE, 05/2007 - 04/2008
Assisted in closing out a budget in excess of $58 million for the fiscal year.  Provided support to the office by assisting with the consolidation of budget estimates and by organizing data according to appropriation, account object class and line item code.
Special Operations Command, - Budget Clerk/Intern GS
City, STATE, Current - 2004
  • Assisted in closing out a budget in excess of $58 million for the fiscal year.
  • Provided support to the office by assisting with the consolidation of budget estimates and by organizing data according to appropriation, account object class and line item code.
  • Assisted with obligating and committing funds using the Resource Management Tool system.
  • Assisted with reviewing estimates to ensure that amounts requested were within established guidelines in Defense Travel System.
  • Checked the accuracy of budget data and compared data against prior year expenditures by determining the percentage difference.
  • Assisted in preparing source documents for managements' review and preparation of the budget.
  • Assisted in extracting and consolidating numerical and financial information from a variety of related budget forms and documents including the preparation of Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests for use by others.
  • Performed analysis of data to determine trends in obligations and expenditures.
  • Participated in the preparation of budget estimates for the activity using historical data and automated data program reports.
US Army - Petroleum Supply Sergeant
, , 04/1996 - 07/2005
  • Served as a Platoon Sergeant responsible for the health, welfare and morale of a 60 Soldier platoon of Petroleum Supply Specialists.
  • Ensured Soldiers' needs were met on a daily basis as well as ensuring mission accomplishment.
  • Responsible for the readiness, care, and maintenance of equipment valued at over $8 million.
  • Other duties included preparing monthly fuel accountability reports and maintaining precise and accurate ledger accounts for the issuance and receipts of over 133,000 gallons of bulk fuel.
  • Assisted in the development and implementation of a new Platoon Standard Operating Procedure increasing the efficiency in fuel receipt, issuance, and storage.
  • Selected to perform duties as the units Morale Welfare and Recreational (MWR) President; while in this position I wisely dispersed funds so all Soldiers in the unit benefited from all planned events during the fiscal year.
  • Diligently worked to get the job done on a daily basis regardless of difficulty which has enabled peers and superiors to trust me totally.
  • Served as the Noncommissioned Officer in charge of issuing and receiving bulk fuel while simultaneously dispatching Soldiers to support all training and real world missions.
  • Personally supervised over 50 Chinook refuel missions with zero incidents.
  • On a daily basis I ensured all Soldiers were in compliance with all Standard Operating Procedures to include the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.
  • Performed duties as the Command Personnel Administrative Sergeant for a heavy lift helicopter company.
  • Responsible for personnel accounting and strength management for 245 assigned personnel.
  • Administratively prepared and deployed 107 soldiers to Afghanistan.
  • Implemented a special database, which decreased the Support Administration and Training research and analytical time by 50% within the unit.
  • Selected to serve as the assistant company rear detachment Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC).
Affiliations
Fayetteville State University Accounting Associate (Member) National Association of Black Accountants (Member) Fayetteville Technical Community College Alumni (Member) Webster University Alumni (Member)
Additional Information
  • AWARDS/CERTIFICATIONS/OTHER TRAINING Achievement Medal for Civilian Service Level III Certified Acquisition Professional in Contracting Level I Certified Program Management Time off Awards Cash Awards Certificate of Appreciations Commitment to Excellence Award Army Accommodation Medals Army Achievement Medals
Accomplishments
  • Managed a $[Amount] million city operating budget.
  • Supervised the work of [Number] full-time city employees.
  • Directed the city's response during the [Year] [Storm type] storm.

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School Attended

  • Webster University
  • Fayetteville State University
  • Fayetteville Technical Community College
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Job Titles Held:

  • Lead Contract Specialist, GS-1102-13(01)
  • Warranted Contracting Officer/Team Lead
  • Lead Contract Administrator, GS-1102-12(04)
  • Contract Administrator
  • Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-12(04)
  • Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-12(04)
  • Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-12(01)
  • Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-12(01)
  • Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-11(02)
  • Senior Contract Specialist, GS-1102-11(02)
  • Contract Specialist GS-1102-11 (02)
  • Specialist GS
  • Specialist/DA Intern GS
  • Contract Specialist/DA Intern GS-1102-7/9/11
  • Special Operations Command
  • Budget Clerk/Intern GS
  • Petroleum Supply Sergeant

Degrees

  • MBA
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Applied Science
  • Contract Level I Training

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