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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Accomplished Security Specialist with over 22 years of experience. Committed to strategic planning and delivery of large-scale objectives while maintaining highest levels of integrity and respect. Applies advanced technical, business and security principles to streamline processes. Adept at driving cross-functional teams within high-pressure and deadline-driven environments.

Skills
  • Policy development
  • Clearance management
  • Security experience
  • Developing security plans
  • Implementing security programs
  • Sound judgment
  • Reporting and documentation
  • Compliance and regulatory
  • Security investigations
  • Classified information control
  • Team leadership
  • Top Secret/SCI security clearance
  • Training and development
  • Strong leader
Work History
Senior Security Specialist, 04/2010 to Current
Leidos Holdings Inc.Topton, NC,
  • The Security Branch Chief for a two-star army command with approximately 6,000 personnel (civilian, contactor and military) assigned.
  • Implement and sustain a command personnel security program that ensures that Army Contracting Command (ACC) has properly cleared personnel; correct controls and/or protects all classified material; address contractor's requirements for classified information; advances a continuous and comprehensive security education program.
  • Provide authoritative personnel security program guidance to the Commanding General of ACC, senior staff and to center directors and brigade commanders.
  • As the focal point for working investigative issues/derogatory actions with the Department of Defense Central Adjudication Facility, the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency and the Personnel Security Investigation Center of Excellence
  • Provide functional program management, and procedural guidance to eleven Career Program 35 (CP-35) security managers and seven appointed non CP35 security managers that are located at several geographically separate locations
  • As a member of the command inspection team develop command inspection checklists, conducted regulatory compliance inspections and/or assessments and evaluate security program resource requirements
  • Establish, develop, and implement policy and procedures to ensure that acceptance and retention of military and civilian personnel are clearly consistent with the interests of National security policy and that of the U.S. Army.
  • Formulate, develop and apply personnel security policy, systems, procedures, and programs involving the loyalty and reliability of civilian and military personnel.
  • Develop and oversee a centralized process regarding the validation and submission of ACC personnel security investigations, approval of position sensitivity changes, access authorization, and interim access and eligibility suspensions and revocations.
  • The command account manager and trainer for Defense Information Security System (DISS), Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) and the Personnel Security Investigation Portal (PSIP).
  • Provide guidance on matters pertaining to the safeguarding and handling of classified and sensitive material, advise and represent the Commander on matters related to the classification principles.
  • Establish written Information Security policies/procedures
  • Oversee the conduct of preliminary inquiries regarding the possible compromise of classified National Defense information and recommend initiation of further investigative action (15-6), when applicable.
  • Develop standard briefings for use throughout ACC to include classified information nondisclosure resulting in the execution of a Non-Disclosure Agreement (SF 312), initial orientation, couriers of classified material, and foreign travel.
  • Develop, when practicable, training aids to assist subordinate units in fulfilling mandatory annual security awareness training and security awareness month.
  • Educate unit/organization security managers, staff members, and other personnel with security responsibilities; provide unique and/or special security training when required.
Garrison S-2, 11/2016 to 11/2017
Clarion SecurityMemphis, TN,
  • Established and implemented an effective security education program as required by Army Regulation 380-5, Information Security Program.
  • Established procedures for verifying that all Area Support Group-Afghanistan (ASG-A) personnel ensuring that all personnel were properly cleared for U.S. and NATO classified material
  • Ensured that U.S. CENTCOM and N.A.T.O. classification guides for classified plans, programs, and projects were properly distributed, and maintained.
  • Advised the Area Support Group-Afghanistan commander in matters pertaining to the enforcement of regulations governing the access, dissemination, reproduction, transmission, transportation, safeguarding, and destruction of classified and sensitive material.
  • Made recommendations, based on applicable regulations and directives, on requests for visits by NATO Allies and Afghan government officials.
  • Developed contingency plans for the emergency destruction of classified and sensitive information and material and, where necessary, for the safeguarding of classified and sensitive information.
  • Prepared briefs and intelligence presentations for ASG-A individual senior leaders throughout Afghanistan.
  • Developed and distributed intelligence products focused on Taliban operations against ASG-A installations.
  • Worked closely with USFOR-A J-2, AFOSI and Army Counterintelligence to identify and counter insider threats from local nationals employed on the Bagram Garrison.
  • Developed slides and briefings that were presented to the U.S. Forces-Afghanistan (USFOR-A) commander and senior staff
  • Gave informative presentations at ASG-A command and staff meetings and town hall events.
Assistant Site Supervisor, 10/2009 to 04/2010
Alled BartonCity, STATE,
  • Assistant site supervisor at a privately owned business located in Franklin, Tennessee
  • Supervised seven security officers
  • Provided a security presence to deter both internal and external criminal activities
  • Conducted training for all new personnel
  • Monitored alarm systems and closed circuit television cameras located throughout the building
Installation Security Program Manager, 10/1996 to 04/2009
United States Air ForceCity, STATE,
  • Implemented and sustained a command security program that ensures that the 118th Airlift Wing had properly cleared personnel; correct controls and/or protects all classified material; address contractor's requirements for classified information; advances a continuous and comprehensive security education program.
  • Provide authoritative personnel security program guidance to the Wing Commander, Group Commanders and Squadron commander.
  • As the focal point for working investigative issues/derogatory actions with the Air Force Central Adjudication Facility (AFCAF), the Defense Intelligence Security Service and the Office of Personnel Management.
  • Provided functional program management, and procedural guidance to fifteen security managers
  • As the Installation Security Program Manager (ISPM), conducted inspections, developed wing inspection checklists, conducted regulatory compliance inspections and/or assessments
  • Established, developed, and implemented policy and procedures to ensure that acceptance and retention of military and civilian personnel are clearly consistent with the interests of National security policy and that of the U.S. Air Force.
  • Formulate, develop and apply personnel security policy, systems, procedures, and programs involving the loyalty and reliability of civilian and military personnel.
  • Developed and oversee a centralized process regarding the validation and submission of wing personnel security investigations, approval of position sensitivity changes, access authorization, and interim access and eligibility suspensions and revocations.
  • The command account manager and trainer for Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).
  • Provide guidance on matters pertaining to the safeguarding and handling of classified and sensitive material, advised and represented the wing commander on matters related to the classification principles.
  • Establish written Information Security policies/procedures
  • Oversaw the conduct of preliminary inquiries regarding the possible compromise of classified National Defense information and recommend initiation of further investigative action, when applicable.
  • Developed standardized briefings for classified information nondisclosure resulting in the execution of a Non-Disclosure Agreement (SF 312), initial orientation, couriers of classified material, and foreign travel.
  • Assisted in the development of the first ever Installation Security Program Manager Course for newly appointed wing/base security managers for active duty, National Guard and USAD Reserve personnel
  • Was an instructor for the Air National Guard Bureau and taught the Unit Security Managers Course and the Installation Security Program Managers course.
Education
Associate of Science: Criminal Justice, Expected in 08/1998 to Community College of The Air Force - Montgomery, AL
GPA:
Certifications
Security Program Integration Professional Certification, Center for Development of Security Excellence - November 2014,

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School Attended

  • Community College of The Air Force

Job Titles Held:

  • Senior Security Specialist
  • Garrison S-2
  • Assistant Site Supervisor
  • Installation Security Program Manager

Degrees

  • Associate of Science

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