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Jessica Claire
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Executive Summary

Experienced Program Manager with over 28 years experience. Proven ability to turn around under-performing programs to create highly productive programs through customer focused, vision, and partner relationships.

Core Qualifications
  • Policy/program development
  • Cross-functional team management
  • Budget Development
  • Communication Skills
  • Start-Ups and Acquisitions
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Complex problem solving
  • Project Management
Professional Experience
Training Systems Program Manager, 10/1998 - Current
USAF City, STATE,
    Manage multiple E-3 training systems programs. Perform full range of program planning, fielding, liaison, contract oversight, equipment and organizational interfaces ensuring readiness and support effectiveness valued at ~$250M. Resolved complex program issues affecting combat readiness resulting in 20% increased customer satisfaction.
Education
Bachelor's Degree: Business, Expected in 1996
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St Leo University - St. Leo, FL
GPA: GPA: 3.367
Status -

130 Semester Hours

Affiliations
National Defense Industry Association Member Disabled American Veterans Life Member
Accomplishments
  • Acquisition Lifecycle Logistics Program Manager monitoring, directing, integrating, and executing acquisition and logistical requirements in support of all acquisition responsibilities in researching, developing, establishing, implementing and controlling contractual, financial, technical, and programmatic aspects of contract services.
  • Source Selection Evaluation Board Chairperson for current Air Combat Command acquisition.
  • Responsible for management of acquisition and modification concurrency within schedule and budget.
  • Schedule and budget achieved through prioritization and deferring less critical requirements.
  • Lead evaluation teams, inspection teams, and study groups to evaluate the weapon system, engineering, logistics, sustainment and disposal.
  • Provide policy direction to multiple MAJCOMs and contract management teams, finance, quality assurance, and civil engineering.
  • Prepare detailed plans, budgets, and schedules and responsible for integrating future requirements into the Program Objective Memorandum.
  • Perform strategic and tactical market research to streamline acquisition, improve capabilities, and reduce total ownership cost.
  • Authored several white papers on achieving success in market research, streamlining acquisition and total ownership cost that have been adopted.
  • Develop life cycle cost analysis, cost benefit and economic evaluations successfully.
  • Knowledge of legislation, policies, regulations, as well as knowledge of business and industry practices, cost factors, cost and price analysis techniques.
  • Analyze problems discovered in day-to-day operations, independently determine the optimum path, and direct program changes to correct deficiencies.
  • Determine the impact of program and budgetary changes on current plans and operations for resolution.
  • Ensure supportability requirements consistent with costs, schedule, and performance policies are adopted.
  • Plan and develop performance-based logistics as preferred by DoD policy.
  • Based on inspections, reviews, and studies, prepare and submit complete analyses and/or reports with technical evaluations and recommendations for process and procedural changes.
  • Ensure all key players coordinate on major issues.
  • Represent HQ Air Combat Command on programs and command issues with HQ USAF, System Program Offices, and Major Commands.
  • Develop execution year financial plans for assigned weapons programs.
  • Prepare and present oral and written reports, briefings, and recommendations to senior leadership.
Skills
Financial Management, Focus, Logistics, Mgmt, Research, Strategy
Additional Information
  • Country of citizenship: United States of America Veterans' Preference: 10-point preference based on a compensable service-connected disability of 30 percent or more Highest Grade: GS-346-12, 11/1998-Present Contact Current Employer: Yes AVAILABILITY Job Type: Permanent Work Schedule: Full Time DESIRED LOCATIONS US-VA-Norfolk/Hampton Roads WORK EXPERIENCE U.S. Air Force 11/1998 - Present US Grade Level: 12 US Salary: $89,450 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Logistics Management Specialists , 0346 Currently fill Air Combat Command Program Management position for Acquisition Lifecycle Logistics; Certifications: Acquisition Lifecycle Logistics Level III and Acquisition Program Manager Level II. Security clearance is: SCI-DCID 6/4
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Time Off Award 120601, Quality Step Increase 110609, Time Off Award 110602, Performance Award 100601, Time Off Award 100601, Performance Award, 090601,Time Off Award 090601, Performance Award, 080601,Time Off Award 080601, Quality Step Increase, 070601, Time Off Award, 070601, Performance Award, 060601,Time Off Award, 060601, Performance Award, 050601, Time Off Award, 050601, Performance Award, 040601, Time Off Award, 040601

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School Attended

  • St Leo University

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  • Training Systems Program Manager

Degrees

  • Bachelor's Degree

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