Mr. Reynolds is an experienced high performing PMP certified Project Manager in Information Systems Technology; with approximately 41 years in IT and over 15 years' experience managing and monitoring full life cycle software development, small to large complex development applications, in a SEI/CMM level 3, agile/scrum development environment. He is intuitive, great interpersonal skills, excellent problem solver, outstanding communication skills, and a team builder. He built and maintained high performing development teams by hiring, developing and motivating skilled professionals. Along with the PMP certification, he also holds a certification in EVM. Mr. Reynolds has an MS degree in IT Management from George Mason University and received the Outstanding Student award, graduating top of his class.
For the Maryland Transportation Authority Mr. Reynolds managed three projects: 1. CAD/RMS - Computer Aided Dispatchers / Record Management System; 2. LPR Expansion II - License Plate Reader Expansion effort., and 3. Procurement Information Management Contractor Compliance System. Mr. Reynolds spearheaded these three cross-functional initiatives to achieve the various objectives for each project. Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Project 2013, and Microsoft Office 2013 suite of tools were the primary tools used to manage, track and communicate progress to the stakeholders for each project. Received Microsoft Project 2013 training during this time.
AAs Project Manager for FISAMS for the FBI, Mr. Reynolds was responsible for managing the day to day software development effort. He managed and monitored all activities of an 8 member professional team, in a SCRUM agile software development, and operations maintenance effort for the FISAMS application. FISAMS was a workflow application in JAVA that simulated the business flow and mission of the FISAMS group. Mr. Reynolds developed the budget, performed resource planning, and interviewed and hired resources. He provided final resolution to program staffing issues / concerns. Mr. Reynolds developed, monitored and tracked the WBS Project Schedule using MS Project. He planned and coordinated training, assigned tasks, and scheduled work assignments. He evaluated staff performance. Mr. Reynolds was responsible for team leadership. Mr. Reynolds created / updated the following plans: project management, requirements engineering management, configuration management, quality assurance, software development, risk management, and training. Mr. Reynolds managed risk and issues, performed formal presentations
using MS PowerPoint. As the main POC to the client on the contract, he reported on project status weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly status reports to both the client and his senior management. He was also responsible for subcontractor management, and for the distribution of invoices. Through his efforts the project grew to a 14 person team of developers, testers, database engineers, a technical writer and help desk personnel. Mr. Reynolds participated in several proposal efforts. Mr. Reynolds has received several awards for his efforts on this project.
Mr. Reynolds also served as the Project Manager, and the backup System Administrator for the APOLLO project. APOLLO was a 3 person software development effort and similar to FISAMS was a workflow application in JAVA that simulated the clients the business flow and mission of the APOLLO group. As Project Manager on APOLLO Mr. Reynolds did all of the task above for FISAMS, and in addition he was the backup System Administrator where he installed software, added users to the strictly internal system and addressed hardware and other software issues the users encountered. Additionally, Mr. Reynolds also addressed FISMA security requirements. Mr. Reynolds was also responsible for suggesting recommendations for a technology refresh effort on APOLLO. Primary Tools/Applications for both FISAMS and APOLLO: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, and SharePoint. Operated in a Windows XP and Windows 7 environment.
As the EVM subject Matter Expert on the SENTINEL Project for the FBI his duties were as follows: Review and analyze contractor Earned Value Management (EVM) performance on all components of the SENTINEL program for the FBI Program Management Office (PMO). Perform analysis of contractor EVMS report. Mr. Reynolds performed Input and analysis of EVMS data using wInsight EVMS system and MS Excel.. Mr. Reynolds created forecasting spreadsheets from EVMS data to accurately forecast information to present to the Unit Chief the Monthly Quick Look Report. Mr. Reynolds also created documents and other reports to address concerns from many of the oversight groups monitoring SENTINEL development efforts. Mr. Reynolds also created for the FBI SCION program and lead Joint surveillance activities. Mr. Reynolds prepared and conducted EVM training for personnel for the FBI SENTINEL and FBI SCION programs. He created/developed presentations on EVM use in a SCRUM and agile-like development environment. He assisted in the preparation and finalization of responses to EVM related inquiries from oversight entities. Primary Tools/Applications: wInsight, wInsight Administrator, C/S Glue, Risk+, Milestone Professional, Schedule Risk Analyzer, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Project and SharePoint. Operated in a Windows XP environment
As the Program Manager for the DSS Web Portal Program, Mr. Reynolds managed SEI program operations and technical support projects within the Snell Enterprises Inc. (SEI) for DoD's Defense Security Service (DSS) Web Support Program. He monitored all activities of the 20 person full-life cycle software development and maintenance effort for the DSS Web Portal Enterprise. He developed and reviewed budgets for SEI support operations, and the accompanying justification and documentation. Performed resource planning, interviewed and hired resources. He monitored the financial controls and created the earned value management (EVM) tracking system. He planned and coordinated training, scheduled work assignments and evaluated staff performance. He provided final resolution to program staffing issues / concerns. He facilitated requirements gathering activities for the Enterprise Content Management effort. Mr. Reynolds was the primary communicator (oral and written) with customer CIO and Division Chiefs. He was the primary liaison for the identification, facilitation, negotiation and administration of vendor partnerships, procurement of program support equipment, and management of subcontractors. He wrote and implemented the following plans: the Task Order Management, Project, Requirements Management, Configuration Management, Communications and Escalation, Quality Assurance, and Risk Management. He established and maintained strategic vendor / subcontractor / teaming partnerships and alliances. Mr. Reynolds authored the Strategic and Financial Plan. He was responsible for customer and government finances. He wrote proposals, subcontractor statements of work and contracts. He operated in a Win2000/XP, UNIX, WebLogic 9.2, and Sybase database, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint environment following CMMI practices and procedures. Java/J2EE the primary development language.
As the Project Manager for the Strategic Weapons System Maintenance Information Network (SWSMIN) project for the Department of Navy client Mr. Reynolds monitored all activities of a full-life cycle software development and maintenance effort for the SWSMIN project. He coordinated all project activities to refine customers operational needs. He provided leadership and guidance to staff. He developed and monitored schedules. He managed the15 person development team. He served as customer focal point on the status and execution of the software maintenance effort and gave presentations to senior management, colleagues and internal and external customers on project status. He reported status of all activities to support full-life cycle development and maintenance effort to senior management, colleagues, and external customers. He operated in a Win2000/XP, and Oracle database, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint environment following CMMI practices and procedures. Visual Basic and C# the primary development languages.
As the Project Manager for the Automated Information Technology System (AITS) project for the National Guard and the Army Reserves Mr. Reynolds was responsible for monitoring all activities of a full-life cycle software development and maintenance effort for the Force Systems group for the following releases: AITS 1.0, AITS 2.0, AITS 3.0, AITS 4.0, AITS 4.1, and AITS 5.0 for multiple Force Systems web applications. He also performed project management duties on the AIS portion of the AITS project, which included several standalone applications as well as several web applications contained on the Guard Knowledge Online (GKO) and Army Knowledge Online (AKO) portals. He coordinated all project activities to refine customers operational needs, provided leadership and guidance to staff of approximately 30 people. He developed and monitored schedules, and reported on Earned Value performance parameters. He managed and wrote performance appraisals for over 30 developers and testers. He served as a customer focal point on the status and execution of the software development effort. He gave presentations to senior management, colleagues and internal and external customers on project status. He reported status of all activities to support full-life cycle development to senior management, colleagues, and external customers. He wrote proposals, statements of work, purchase request, and work orders, He operated in a Win NT4.0, Win2000/XP, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, and Oracle database environment following CMMI practices and procedures. C#, and Visual Basic the primary development languages.
As the Project Manager for the Reserve Component Automated System (RCAS) project for the National Guard and the Army Reserves Mr. Reynolds monitored all activities of a full-life cycle software development and maintenance effort for the Force Systems. He successfully managed 9 software development web and client-server efforts, several concurrently. He managed and wrote performance appraisals for the 60 plus person team. He participated in the Work Breakdown Structure activities. He coordinated all project activities to refine customers operational needs. He provided leadership and guidance to staff and served as a customer focal point on the status and execution of the software development effort in SEI/CMM environment. He used Earned Value Management System (EVMS) to manage concurrently, budget and resources ranging from $6 million to $18 million and 15 to 60 plus people, depending on project. As Cost Account Manager (CAM), he completed all projects on or before schedule, under budget within 4% of planned budget. He received a special achievement award for creating an environment conducive to employee retention and growth that fosters trust and a supportive team environment. He received several other special achievement awards from SAIC during this period. He operated in a Win NT4.0, Win2000, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, and Oracle database environment. Visual Basic, C, and Power Builder the primary development languages.
As the Technical Lead and Acting Project Manager on Reserve Component Automated System (RCAS) for the National Guard and Army Reserves, he performed the analysis of Government Off The Shelf (GOTS) and Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) applications. He provided technical services to the development community to identify and ensure all functional requirements are supported in the RCAS software / hardware solution. He provided expert technical support and made recommendations on RCAS software performance and capacity issues. He provided leadership to cross-functional teams of approximately 6 people in process development and improvement in SEI/CMM in a WinNT4.0, Oracle environment. He received several special achievement awards and several merit awards for his efforts.
As the Sr. System Engineer at Control Technologies, he was the chief developer and designer of real time embedded traffic software for the Raleigh Centralized Traffic System in Raleigh, North Carolina. He trained customer agency on the use of both hardware and software associated with the traffic system.
As a Computer Specialist for the NAVMACS Communication System he wrote communications satellite software for Syncrotech Software Corporations' Department of the Navy client. He designed and developed real time embedded system program for communications with naval telecommunications satellite. He designed the hardware and interface software for system program. Primary Languages were: Fortran, C, and Assembly Computers: UYK-20, UYK-44
As the Research Analyst for Boeing he designed and developed research and development simulation software for the Army, Navy, and Air Force clients to reduce time consuming input errors, and thereby increasing productivity for in-house and customer agencies 50%. Primary development language was FORTRAN. He planned executed and evaluated parametric studies. He trained in-house and customer agency personnel on the use of models. He demonstrated software/hardware to customers. He prepared and delivered both oral and written reports on studies and models As the System Manager, he performed installation and trouble-shooting of software/hardware at customer agency sites. He supervised all activities associated with computer related software/hardware applications. He improved efficiency of operations by reducing downtime by 75%. He received several letters of commendation and other awards for efforts.
As a Computer Specialist on the NAVMACS Communication System he wrote communications satellite software for Syncrotech Software Corporations' Department of the Navy client. He designed and developed real time embedded system program for communications with Naval telecommunications satellite. He designed the hardware and interface software for system program. Primary Languages were: Fortran, C, and Assembly Computers: UYK-20, UYK-44
As a Weapon System Analyst he was the Chief programmer in the design and development of research and development simulation models for the Army, Navy, and Air Force using Fortran. He participated in the development, testing and debugging of state of the art technology, for a research and development effort to support drone technology (black program). He planned, executed and evaluated parametric studies using software. He demonstrated software, and prepared and delivered both oral and written reports on studies. He received letters of commendation and other awards for efforts.
As an Instructor of Mathematics he created a classroom environment conducive to learning to promote student success. He achieved high customer satisfaction. He taught all assigned classes at varied hours. He organized concepts and taught in a logical and understandable sequence covering all objectives as outlined in course syllabus. He participated in course and program level development and assessment. He received award for Mathematics Instructor of the year in 1978.
As an Aerospace Engineer and Research Analyst for NASA on the Goddard Space Flight Tracking System, he designed and developed telecommunications software for communications with satellites and manned space vehicles. He participated in the planning, design, development, testing and debugging of state of the art software. He briefed senior management and internal customers on program status, and tracking/communication issues
Outstanding Student Academic Achievement Award; Graduated Top of Class; Honor Society; 3.95 out of 4.0 GPA
Honor Society; 3.25 GPA out of 4.0
Completed 30 credit hours out of 36; Honor Society; 3.75 out of 4.0 GPA
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