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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI with Polygraph Clearance by DOJ



Job Title:



Job Announcement Number:



Core Competencies

Information Technology, Strategic/Operational/Tactical Planning, Time Management, Personnel Oversight, Training, R&D, Relationship Development, Cultural Diversity, Project/Program Management, Program Planning/Coordination, Prioritization/Execution, Risk Assessment/Prevention, Network Administration, Hardware/Software Maintenance, Communications/Telecommunications, IP Security Protocol, Client Server System Administration, User Acceptance Testing, Quality Assurance



Professional Experience


April 2016 - Present

United States Marine Corps

New Orleans, LA

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


4th Marine Air Wing (MAW) G-6 Lt. Colonel


Effectively facilitate training, staffing and equipping of Marines to provide command, control, communications and computers (C4) support for 4th MAW. Provide subject matter expertise as technical authority and consistently apply supportive in-depth/senior level knowledge of advanced IT security system principles, concepts, methods, standards and practices as well as basic computer OSs, networking fundamentals/architecture and array of network security devices.


November 2010 - Present


Quantico, VA

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

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Supervisor, Professional Development Specialist (GS 0302-14-4)


Considered as team first-point-of-contact and successfully steer training/development-related unit support activities to assure effective/efficient/consistent/appropriate performance in support of overall Division mission/operational goals; serve in liaison and management roles that assist staff in providing important assistance to FBI headquarters divisions, field offices and legal attaches.


Between June 2015-January 2016 held temporary duty assignment as Assistant Unit Chief in the Evaluation and Assessment Unit, with responsibilities/duties directed toward managing Instruction Systems Specialists, Management and Program Analysts and Contractors involved in facilitating Director s initiative of integrating the Basic Field Training Course for all new Agents and Intel Analysts.


Continually formulate and present potential staff projects and restructure staff objectives, goals, plans and schedules to deal with program authority, funding or legislation that would have an effect on various functions/operations. Additionally, clarify optimal approach to assure program effectiveness while minimizing operational expenses.


Successfully designed array of assessment methodologies for evaluating program regarding improving organizational effectiveness/efficiency; developed agency missions, policies and objectives, and managed various principles and processes. Also served as Acting Unit Chief for several months during absence of Unit Chief; held responsibilities for unit budgets, productivity and professional development and, as necessary, delegated work assignments to other Unit Supervisory and Team Lead personnel.



December 2013 March 2016

United States Marines Corps

Great Lakes, IL

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Operations Officer Lt. Colonel


Held responsibilities for steering all annual and MOS training in alignment as instructed by Commander as well as all relevant orders/directives. Tasked to design tactical communication plans for utilization by Marine Air Command and Control System during exercises/operations. In 2014 led MOS communication training and was successful in adapting solid architecture providing real-world training for 250 Marines; developed FY15 and FY16 training plans for 300 personnel, reporting 90% combat readiness levels, and provided studies concerning support feasibility to MACG-48 staff to assist with Group and Wing-level planning. Directed work performance of 281 Marines performing installation, operation and maintenance (IOM) of squadron-level communications architecture and oversaw planning of VHF radio retransmission site during Illinois National Guard 178th Infantry Battalion assault exercise.


Expertly managed MACG-48 and 4 MAW G6 equipment/personnel assignments, assessed supportability and interfaced with companies in filling tasking requirements; trained squadron

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personnel on SOPs for system controls utilized in training/deployed situations. Successfully assessed operational workflow to reorganize activities directed toward process improvement and gaining efficiencies in planning and C&C capabilities; also managed development and prioritization of annual/out-year capital investment plan, developed Squadron equipment/personnel status reports and communicated impact to Commanding Officer.



September 2011 December 2013

United States Marines Corps

Grissom USAF Base, IN

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Commanding Officer - Major


Led work performance and provided subject matter expertise for over 120 Marines involved in radio/transmission/data/motor transportation; developed communications requirements based on assessments of user needs while incorporating existing technology, policies, priorities, system capabilities, operating procedures, contractual parameters, equipment/staffing requirements, costs/funding involvements and any other relevant support services.


Proficiently managed all organizational administrative responsibilities including developing and tracking training requirements, awards, MCIs, family readiness, personnel morale/welfare, company policies, deployment preparation and any legal issues; also worked closely with BN S-3/S-4 in coordinating headquarter tasks and exercises. Was strong team leader/participant in planning/implementing company tactical operations and logistical requirements for crucial conventional exercises/field evolutions including Javelin Thrust, an important exercise in 29 Palms, CA, that required provision by unit of all single-channel land mobile radio and data communications.



November 2009 November 2010

United States Marines Corps/UN

Port Au Prince, Haiti

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


U3 Current Operations Officer/U6 IT Chief, Major, Deployment


In this assignment efficiently managed all military IT assets of United Nations Stabilization Unit in Haiti (MINUSTAH); authored communications plans that aligned with United Nations Mission and Force Commander directives and led all operational discussions concerning Haitian reconstruction/security. Interfaced with Chief of the Information Technology Section (CITS) and provided regular updates for staff officers/units concerning status of Haitian communication technology. Strategically toured 23 separate communications outposts in 23 countries and developed SOPs to assure communication reliability and viability during any disasters; also supervised the handover of equipment/communications resources back to MINUSTAH.

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June 2009 November 2009

National Security Agency

Fort Meade, MD

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Program Manager, YA-0301-02, Deployed Civilian


Heavily involved in developing training requirements for leveraging Internet Service Provider (ISP) program; researched, evaluated, drafted and maintained crucial relevant documentation and provided important technical expertise in overseeing array of programs/projects/contractor teams. Served as J84 representative on regional/national/interagency IT programs concerned with coordination/planning activities to meet COCOM requirements.


Additionally, oversaw preparation of U.S. Cyber-Command standup, a highly security-sensitive undertaking that required obtaining TS SCI clearance. Matched JFCC-NW operational requirements with technical capabilities and provided excellent Command support in strategy development, program planning, budgeting/cost estimating and acquisition planning/execution. Observation by management of demonstrated performance excellence resulted in selection to head top-priority $7M program at JFCC-NW. Directed comprehensive research/requirements assessment that led to detailed design documentation; network was designed to support development/testing of USCYBERCOM required capabilities and close any gaps in existing computer network operations (CNO).



October 2008 June 2009

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Modeling and Simulation Development Manager, YA-0301-02 and Major USMCR


Researched, evaluated, drafted and maintained documentation regarding training requirements that leveraged Tactical Decision-Making Simulations (TDMS) Modeling & Simulations (M&S) capabilities; utilized technical subject matter expertise in guiding the management of multiple programs/projects/contractor teams and served as Training and Education Command (TECOM) representative on multiple programs. Assured in-depth communication of all program objectives and milestones (POMs) to management and facilitated any emerging R&D funding opportunities; analyzed near-/long-term requirements and technology advances regarding TECOM M&S goals/objectives. Also advised Director, Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Simulation Division (MTSD), regarding M&S Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) requirements with defined integrated training capabilities.


Assured alignment of technology solutions with USMC short-/long-term Science and Technology (S&T) initiatives and Simulation Master Plan; was MTSD technical lead/advocate for training programs and objectives life-cycle-funding requirements. Skillfully implemented

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engineering staff assignments, providing TECOM M&S system engineering expertise to PMTRASYS Acquisition Program Managers (APMs) as directed by Director of MTSD. Was successful in coordinating various engineering activities throughout LVC life-cycle iteration phases to ensure integration of existing/emerging M&S technologies within all areas of LVC Training Environment (LVC-TE). Continually performed LVC M&S system analysis to identify technology gaps and prepare Program of Money documentation that identified training gaps and requirements for meeting specific training capabilities.


Provided excellent support for MTSD Director concerning identification of Marine Corps Training and Education Network (MCTEN) requirements; drafted MCTEN acquisition strategies and assisted in JCIDS process. Updated TECOM Ground M&S Simulation Master Plan to assure adherence to emerging standards and identification of new standards/protocols.



June 2007 October 2008

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


GS-12-2 Management Analyst, Technology Division (TECOM) and Capt. USMCR


Expertly coordinated activities and provided technical guidance directed toward optimizing multiple projects while managing contractor teams; was TECOM representative on TDMS programs during multiple coordination/planning activities. Adroitly analyzed near-/long-term requirements as well as technology advances vis- -vis TECOM M&S goals and provided excellent support to the Technology Division Director regarding identification of advanced M&S LVC requirements.


Skillfully managed array of engineering staff assignments that provided TECOM M&S system engineering expertise to PMTRASYS Acquisition PMs when directed by Director Technology Division. Oversaw/implemented engineering activities throughout LVC life-cycle phases/processes and ensured integration of M&S technologies within LVC-TE. Performed LVC M&S systems analysis to identify technology gaps and prepare POM documentation to articulate gaps/requirements. Provided documentation covering planning, development, testing and assessment to Director Technology Division and M&S Training Development Manager in support of advanced M&S LVC Simulations.


Successfully collaborated with PM TRASYS PMs to ensure systems integration/synchronization of M&S capabilities in meeting objectives across array of service-oriented architecture (SOA) elements. Continually provided input supporting incorporation of M&S functions into LVC-TE including assuring compatibility of major elements regarding milestones, timeframes and deadlines. Also ensured cost effectiveness/reusability/interoperability/timely completion of advanced M&S LVC capabilities for integration into LVC-TE JCIDS development.


Actively participated in drafting TECOM Technology Division LVC systems budgetary estimates to be integrated into LVC-TE and to comply with M&S Master Plan, POM process and annual financial requirements assessments. Managed development of funding/budgetary reports and

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assisted in management reviews of M&S Training Development Manager. Skillfully communicated program information to support leveraging opportunities, assessed requirements/technology advances vis- -vis TECOM M&S goals, supported Director Technology Division in identifying M&S LVC requirements, was responsible for drafting advanced M&S acquisition strategies and assisted JCIDS process. Also updated TECOM Ground M&S Simulation Master Plan to ensure compliance with emerging standards and identify new standards/protocols.


January 2007 June 2007

United States Marine Corps

Camp Lejeune, NC

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Commanding Officer, Headquarters & Service Company, Captain USMC


Provided comprehensive oversight of work performance and activities of up to 300 Marines/Sailors as well as 14 Amphibious Assault Vehicles; expertly coordinated logistical/tactical/administrative requirements during garrison and tactical operations. Successfully participated with Battalion Staff in planning, coordinating and conducting Battalion tactical/logistical mission-support operations.



June 2006 January 2007

United States Marine Corps

Camp Lejeune, NC

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Battalion Communications Officer, Captain USMC


For this Amphibious Assault Battalion of the 2nd Marine Division, was tasked with management responsibilities covering $3M+ in communications assets; was responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing communications architecture for garrison/field/wartime operations and overseeing planning, installation, operation, displacement and maintenance of data/telecommunications/computer systems. Oversaw work performance of staff of five senior enlisted personnel, one Officer and 45 Marines. Directed maintenance of communications gear/equipment, controlled functions/security protocols of Secret Classified Internet Protocol (SIPRNET), and ensured compliance with Navy/Marine Corps regulations concerning handling of classified materials.



January 2005 January 2006

United States Marine Corps

Ar Ramadi, Iraq

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

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Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Executive Officer / Operations Officer, Captain USMC


As Executive Officer, in this second-in-command assignment for a Communications Company of 260 Marines, served in combat operations supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom III (OIF III), with senior staff management responsibilities for leading eight commissioned officers, one First Sergeant and 18 Staff NCOs in meeting project completion timeframes while assuring important administrative integrity.


Operations Officer responsibilities were concerned with managing movement of 200 personnel and 3,000+ pieces of communications gear; oversaw sustainment of largest Command and Control (C2) network ever attempted by 2nd Marine Division. Expertly developed/tested network security measures, achieved NATO network protocol to ensure secure communications and assured 2nd Marine Division first-ever Standard Tactical Entry Point (STEP) connection, gaining access through a USC-60 satellite transmission device which was previously unknown to Communications Company. STEP connected Division to Defense Information System Network (DISM), supported excellent SIPRNET/NIPRNET performance and significantly increased call volume through 2nd Marine Division Technical Control Facility.


Maintenance/accountability responsibilities encompassed 13 MRC-145 vehicles, 17 MRC-138 vehicles, 16 MRC-142 vehicles, three SMART-T vehicles, two USC-60 Satellite Communications Vans, two Digital Technical Control (DTC) vans, one Tactical Data Network (TDN) van, two Telephone Switching (TTC-42) vans, 12 HMWVs, 16 TQG-805/806 tactical generators and over 1500 Comsec Controlled Items (CCIs) totaling in excess of $20M.



March 2001 December 2004

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Data Systems Engineer, Captain USMC


In this assignment, employed multiple capabilities in overseeing virtual training program for Marine Corps combat units; was considered Subject Matter Expert and worked with multiple potential software organizations, domestic and international, in presenting simulation knowledge as well as compiling information. As Special Projects Officer, managed multi-million-dollar Deployable Virtual PC-Based Training Environment (DVTE) project that consisted of virtual training environment software/hardware utilized by Fleet Marine Corps for training. Expertly maintained security baselines for secure training network, maintained internal network security, managed network growth requirements, oversaw technology teams that made needed changes to DVTE software and worked closely with Director in lobbying efforts to Congress regarding gaining needed project funding.

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Utilized innovative, out-of-the-box thinking in using commercially available tactical computer games for training, developing software/data to adapt commercial games to meet Marine-specific training environment including weapons, threats and missions; supervised contract developers and was strong advocate for use of these systems by Operating Forces. Also successfully identified/procured training spaces at Fleet simulation centers and other available venues and was strong representative/advocate of game-based training, often demonstrating training methods at various training technology conferences, and conducting presentations to conference attendees. Program efficacy was acknowledged as successful contributor to USMC training activities.








University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ

Doctorate in Organizational Management: Concentration in IT, 2008-Present

GPA: 3.67

Semester/Credit Hours: 65

Dissertation Candidate


USMC College of Continuing Education, Quantico, VA

Masters, Command and Staff, 2014

GPA: 3.8

Semester/Credit Hours: 24


University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ

Master in MS in Criminal Justice and Security, 2007

GPA: 3.7

Semester/Credit Hours: 36


University of Wisconsin, Parkside, Kenosha, WI

Bachelor of Arts, Economics, 1996

GPA: 2.7

Semester/Credit Hours: 120



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Professional Training/Licensure/Certifications


SANS 301 Course-Chantilly, VA 2015

Command and Staff College, VA 2014

Career progression school for Captains, Inner workings of a Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF). January 2004 January 2006

Contracting Officers Course Camp Pendleton, CA, September 2001 - October 2001

Communications Information Systems Officer Course (CISOC) Quantico, VA, August 1999 - March 2000

Infantry Officers Course Quantico, VA, December 1998 - April 1999

The Basic School (Basic Officer Course) Quantico, VA, April 1998 - October 1998

Officer Candidate School Quantico, Virginia, January 1998 - April 1998


GIAC 301 Certification, 2016, Leadership Facilitation Course, 2016, Contracting Officers Course, 2005, Acquisition 101, Information Systems Strategy and Leadership, Leadership Theory and Practice, Foundations of Information Systems Management, Survey of Justice and Security, Organizational Administration, Management of Institutional Risk, Ethics in Justice and Security, Criminological Theory, Legal Issues in Justice and Security, Critical Incident Management, Cyber Crime and Information System Security, Public Policy Issues, Concepts of Physical and Personal Protection, Forensic Science and Psychological Profiling, Program Development and Evaluation, Fundamental Principles of Research, Creative and Critical Thinking, Organizational Theory and Design, Management Philosophies







Promoted to Rank of Lt. Colonel, 2015

Armed Forces Service Medal, 2012

FBI Supervisory Award-$200, 2012

FBI Supervisory Award-$500, 2011

Joint Service Commendation Medal, 2010

10-Year Civil Service Award, 2008

Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, 2006

Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, 2005

Iraq Campaign Medal, 2005

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, 2004

National Defense Service Medal, 2004

Korean Defense Service Medal, 2001

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