Planning, Programming and Budgeting System (PPBS); Logistics and Program Management; Acquisition; Department of Defense (DoD) Top-Secret SCI clearance. Experience in the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBES) of DoD in areas of intelligence, missile and aircraft procurement accounts. Demonstrated the ability to apply acquisition life-cycle to analyze, evaluate and incorporate policy changes to DoD 5000.2R Deskbook. Extensive experience in the disciplines of Program Management, Budgeting, Logistics. Membership in the Defense Acquisition Corp (DAWIA) and Level-3 Certified in Program Management, Acquisition Logistics and Business, Cost Estimating and Financial Management.
Senior Program Manager10/2011 to 10/2014
GS-343-15, Defense Information System Agency (DISA), Ft Meade, MD; Supervisor: Mr.
Jessie Showers, (301) 225-8060.
As the Division Chief of the Network Services Business Office, I am responsible for managing Network Services budget totaling $2.5B dollar.
On a daily basis, I review and monitor the execution of 5 Network Centers and Defense Information System Network (DISN) programs.
Provide financial analysis and revenue collection associated with the Centers and Divisions of Network Services which also include the DISN.
Performs comprehensive reviews and provide implementation advice on Line of Business, Program Control (Appropriated and Defense Working Capital Funds (DWCF) for Network Services.
Also, has responsibility to manage the Defense Subscription Service (DSS) Agreements, including International Data collection and analysis.
Monitor and prepare lifecycle cost estimates of Tech Refresh for Long Haul Communication.
Directly support the Comptroller by implement the Program, Planning, Budget, Execution and System (PPBES) process for Network Service.
Works closely with Network Services Leadership in regards to budget development and execution.
Interfaces with key executives in the DoD, solicits their guidance and direction and keeps them apprised of process across programs/projects.
I attend and provide briefing to Senior Management (SES) and to the DISA Vice Director on operational contingencies and un-funded requirements.
Supervisory Program Manager12/2004 to 10/2011
GS-343-15, Defense Information System Agency (DISA) Arlington, VA 22204-2199; Supervisor: Mr.
Thomas Ainsworth, (301) 225- 8457 Served as the Division Chief of the Services & Infrastructure Branch within the Strategic Planning Directorate, I managed a portfolio of dynamic agency net-centric initiatives supportive of the DoD transformational goals.
My strategic resource portfolio consists of the following: Net Centric Enterprise Services, Defense Message System, Defense Collaboration Tool Suite, Information Dissemination Management, Common Operating Environment, E-Business, Global Combat Support System, White House Communications Agency, Senior Leaders Communication, Minimum Essential Emergency Communication Network and Testing.
This portfolio encompasses an FY08-13 POM/BES: approximately $1.9B over the POM.
I reviewed and analyzed Presidential, OSD and JCS guidance (e.g.
Defense Guidance, Strategic Planning Guidance, Joint Planning Document, Joint Programming Guidance, Transformation Roadmap, Executive Orders, etc.) to DISA for application to DISA Programs/Projects and participate in the development of the Directors Planning Guidance.
Collaborated with program managers to develop resourcing over program's life cycle to document business cases that supported planned expenditures.
Ensured Program Objective Memorandum submissions present incorporated picture of all aspects of DISA's programs and operations including direct appropriated and Defense-wide Working Capital Fund funded activities.
When preparing for the Health Assessment Review Reviews, I assessed program operations for efficiency and effectiveness.
Evaluated and identified trends and issues.
I reviewed and analyzed the programmatic portions of DISA projects to determine their value added and mission impact, and identified any issues requiring Agency, DoD-wide and national level resolutions.
Monitored the formulation, submission, and execution of mission support, which is the Directorate's contracts program.
Maintained frequent contacts with program manager's planners and key officials within DISA to insure DISA makes use of the most effective corporate management planning techniques and processes.
I participated in the following capability portfolio the Force Protection and Net Centric in the FY09 Budget review and prepared force development guidance for FY10, we met to formalize the Capability Portfolio Management way ahead.
This group made recommendations to the Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Deputy's Advisory Working Group on capability development issues within the portfolio.
We integrated; coordinated and synchronized portfolio content by providing strategies advice intended to focus portfolio capabilities.
Reviewed and assessed the Warfighter needs and supporting requirements documentation within the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS), including capabilities based assessments, Initial Capabilities Documents, Capability Develop Documents and Capability Production Documents.
Senior Financial Resource Manager05/2002 to 11/2004
Served as the Senior Financial Resource Manager assigned to the Budget Division and also served as the Deputy Division Chief; responsible for the budget development and execution of five major highly complex DIA financial programs which includes the General Defense Intelligence Program, Foreign Counter Intelligence Program, Joint Military Intelligence Program, Information Security and the Counter-Drug program.
Served as the Agency's technical authority for the development, submission presentation and justification of DIA budget requirements.
Developed and issues budget data calls to DIA Directorates and Program Managers to implement the policies, procedures and instructions issued by Office of the Secretary of Defense, Director of Central Intelligence, and Office of Management Budget concerning the formulation and presentation of financial requirements.
Conducted intensive analyses and evaluations of the budget requirements submitted by DIA activities and Program Managers with specific responsibility to ensure the accomplishment of overall Agency intelligence objectives through proper resource planning.
Actively participated in Agency level resource review process during budget submissions or reviews to the Community Management Staff, OSD, and OMB.
Prepared or directed preparation of a total Agency budget justification package including prescribed exhibits.
Developed recommendations and alternatives to assist the Comptroller and the Command Element in their decision on civilian personnel funding actions as well as other budgetary issues.
Provided guidance to office subordinates and Agency program managers on appropriate use of Agency resources in accordance with appropriation law and financial management regulation guidelines.
Responded to Congressional, OMB, and CMS resource inquires.
I also spearheaded the review and selection of contractors for the Financial Executive.
Managed and tracked all financial Contingency Operation Reporting for Operation Noble Eagle, Operation Iraq Freedom, and Operation Enduring Freedom.
Reviewed and submitted DIA responses for required General Defense Intelligence reports to Community Management Staff.
Developed and submitted presentation and justification of DIA budget requirements.
Developed and issued budget data calls to DIA Directorates and Program Managers to implement the policies, procedures, and instructions issued by Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) concerning the formulation and presentation of financial requirements.
Directed and coordinated the formulation of DIA Budget Execution Submission (BES) and President's Budget Submission (PB).
Prepared analyzed the estimates, justifications and revisions to initiate Program Budget Decision (PBD) documents for presentation by the Comptroller.
Identified and investigated problem areas in budget execution.
Senior Program Manager06/1999 to 05/2002Missile Defense Agency BMDO/JPO-JNB Jefferson Davis HwyArlington, VA
4102; Lt Col Calvin Small, (703) 604-3663.
Having been the Deputy Program Manager and the oversight manager of the Program Control Office.
I was responsible for BMC3 $26.0 million dollar budget submissions involving the development of required documentation for budget evolution and justification activities, including the Program Objective Memorandum (POM), Budget Estimate Submission (BES) and R-2s.
Develop the acquisition strategy alternatives to meet constraints when they develop and administer Integrated Product Team.
Managed the overall implementation of the NMD Program Management directive.
Quarterly, I briefed the Program Manager and the Program Executive Officer of financial planning, reporting, and execution.
Developed NMD Program Manager's cost estimated and was responsible for interactions with the Cost As an Independent Variable (CAIG) and respect to National Missile Defense (NMD).
Coordinated unfunded requirements (UFRs) and other programmatic issues with the appropriate Joint Program Office elements.
Managed the Program Execution and Current Program Summary (CPS) actions.
Reviewed and approved Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPR).
Briefed and participated in Program Budget Execution Review (BERs).
Maintained oversight of program execution via monthly obligation and expenditures report.
Orchestrated the creation and review of the Cost Analysis Requirements Document (CARD).
Ensured inputs to include assumptions, work breakdown structures, and cost models for cost estimating and cost effectiveness accurately reflect program acquisition strategies.
Served has the point of contact to Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) on cost analysis matters.
Coordinated with other Program Elements to consolidate and resolve cost issues and concerns.
Developed a cost estimate for inclusion in the NMD Program Life Cycle Cost Estimate (PLCCE).
Served has the lead on the FY05 Procurement Action Team.
Review, validate and update all necessary documentation to complete the FY05 Program Request for Proposal.
Assessed contractor performance and provide recommendations as appropriate for Award Fee considerations.
Evaluated contractor's proposal and definitize the Year 2005 Contract Modification.
Led the Program Strategy Assessment Team that was tasked to develop outyear National Missile Defense Program Acquisition strategies.
Developed acquisition Strategy and Program baselining initiatives.
Reviewed and provided inputs on BMC3 top watch items and upcoming critical events for the Joint Program Office management level meetings.
Provided issues and comments on BMC3 workdown structure for cumulative cost variances and current schedule variance analysis for the Earned Value Management reporting.
Attended and participated in Program Management Reviews.
Also, served as a Contracting Officer's (Technical) Representative (COTR) and was selected to attend the Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF).
Air War College Seminar, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL; completed August 2000, 12 months
Contingency Wartime Planning Course, Tyndall AFB, FL; completed November 1997, 2 weeks
Air Command and Staff College Seminar, Pentagon, DC; completed July 1997, 10 months
1995 Executive Leadership Program, Pentagon, DC; completed July 1996, 12 months12 2000Defense Systems Management CollegeFort Belvoir, VA
12 months LICENSES/CERTIFICATES Certified Program Management-Level 3, 2000 Member of the Defense Acquisition Corps, 2000 Certified Acquisition Logistics-Level - 3, 1998 Certified Business, Cost Estimating and Financial Management - Level 3, 2003 AWARDS Time-Off Award, 2014 12 1985U.S. Army School of Engineering & LogisticsTexarkana, TX
Defense Leadership and Management Program (DLAMP)1 2001
Master of Science: Software Technology1 1999University of TexasTXSoftware Technology
Bachelor of Science1 1985Mississippi Valley State University