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    Staff.Assist Regional Manager with Development of Proposals, RFP, FFP and Cost-plu

    s proposal development, contract compliance and daily contract status updates asrequired.

    Conduct interagency liaison - national and theater-level Counter Terrorism (CT) agencies, Joint law enforcement task forces (JTTF 's) and USPACOM coalitionCT organizations to include both foreign and domestic agencies.

    Manage team performance, conduct performance appraisals, conduct interviewsof potential new employees

    Oversee $2M travel/office budget.Provide final team oversight on all written team production (papers, studies

    , etc.)

    Company: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE - USMC Intelligence Specialist/Subject Matter Expert.Duration: Feb 2001-Sep 2001Location: Joint Intelligence Center, Pacific. Honolulu, Hawaii.Role: Active Duty USMC Intelligence Specialist.

    Worked in the South Asia Subcontinent Branch (12 persons) with current intelligence responsibilities that included the areas of India/Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.

    Chief of section with one officer in charge. Responsible for leading daily team production meeting in absence of officer in charge, maintain close contact with team members and suggest production changes as appropriate.

    Authored numerous in-depth analytical reports, regarding country military capabilities, intentions, and future operations. All products were coordinated with in-country and national-level sources/agencies to ensure completeness and accuracy

    All products electronically archived, disseminated and available via the web, INTELINK and SIPRNET.

    Company - USMC - Active Duty US Marine Intelligence SpecialistDuration: Feb 1991- Nov 1999Role: Range of billets from entry-level to mid-career manager. Several real-world deployments.

    Primary Intelligence briefer to Commanding General, Marine Force Pacific, 1996-1999.

    Deployments to Bosnia, Somalia, Mediterranean and Africa with 26 Marine Exped Unit (1994). Learn/develop expertise in all phases and management of the intelligence production cycle.

    Operations: Deny Flight, Restore Hope, UNOSOM II, Desert Fox, INTERFET

    HONORS, AWARDS and PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:Guest Panelist, Terrorism Expert; third annual Asia-Pacific Homeland Security Summit and Expo hosted by Governor Lingle and the State of Hawaii (Sep 2005). Panel Discussion: Terrorism and the Future Threat in Asia-Pacific Region.

    Visiting Fellow, Int 'l Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research (ICPVTR), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (2005). Sponsor-Dr. Rohan Gunaratna,Head, ICPVTR.

    Keynote Al Qaida terrorism speaker for annual US Pacific Command- sponsored Counter-Terrorism Conferences 2003, 2004, and 2005.

    Military awards include Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy/Marine CorpsAchievement Medal (gold star), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, and Naval Aircrew Insignia.Training and Certifications

    Civilian Awards include several commendations from US Military and Civilian lead

  • 8/3/2019 intelligence, security, terrorism, counter-terrorism, loss preve


    ers. Most Notably Two Letters of Appreciation from the Commanding General, Multi-National Corps, Iraq.

    COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE LITERACY:Familiar with all the latest hardware, software, e-communication, virtual meeting/video-teleconference equipment. MS office suite - powerpoint, word, etc., Lotus, Word Perfect, MS Project, Gantt charts, Work Breakdown structures. Familiar with automated critical-path analysis, life-cycle analysis, stakeholder analysisand other analytical support tools.


    *Project Management Certified Master of Science Global Leadership (Business School) USD, University of SanDiego. Bachelor of Arts - International Studies - Chaminade Univ of Honolulu, GPA. 3.69 (Cum Laude Honors) DIA Advanced Counterterrorism Analysis Course; June 2003; Bolling, AFB USA Intelligence in Combating Terrorism Course; May 2002; Ft. Shafter, HI DIA / DEA Counter-drug Intelligence Analysis; Pearl Harbor, HI May, 2001

    References and Further Details Available upon request.Keywords: Leader, Project Coordinator, Mentor, Manager, Analyst, Project Leader,Project Administrator, Program Associate, Program Manager, Program Administrator, Government Contracts, RFP, FFP, Firm-Fixed Price, Truth in Negotiations Act (

    TINA), Cost-plus, Fixed Fee, FAR, DFAR, Project management, Team player, compliance, training, initiatives, QA, Quality Assurance.


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