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~ Offering 5+ years experience, advanced technical acumen, and considerable leadership talents ~
Working knowledge of Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) and skilled user of eDiscovery tools such as Relativity.
Adept at operating highly technical software and committed to strict confidentiality in all projects.
Proficiency with electronic data preservation, collection, analysis, electronic mail extraction, and database examination applications.
Able to manage technical aspects of eDiscovery projects including extensive record-keeping, quality assurance, and project documentation.
Skilled at collaborating with legal staff and other requesters of electronically-stored information.
Possess a strong blend of analytical, problem solving, prioritization, and organizational skills.
Recipient of multiple awards and medals throughout military career.
Navigant Inc., Vienna, VA, 2012 to Present
Promoted from initial role as junior analyst to support broad-based eDiscovery functions.
Conduct sensitive security investigations according to established processes and industry standards.
Copy data to and from SharePoint or hard drive to network, ensure data quality via Beyond Compare, and encrypt content via Truecrypt software.
Export and import text and image data, load data into Law, perform batch processing, and facilitate production encompassing document and page level numbering, endorsing, and metadata analysis.
Write scripts in SQL for updating tables and performing searches, and leverage Concordance application to accurately and efficiently review legal documents.
SAIC, Columbia, MD, 2007 to 2009
Conducted comprehensive risk assessment and provided recommendations for application design to achieve rigorous system security criteria.
Provided sophisticated security engineering and integration services to external customers.
Developed and validated DIACAP Certification and Accreditation Documentation for User Experience Module.
Supported Security Technical Implementation Guide project by analyzing software security vulnerabilities and providing specific recommendations for resolution.
Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC, 2004 to 2007
Regional Service Center Consolidation Team Lead 2005 to 2007
Authored standard processes and operating procedures to regulate 300+ activities among 12,000+ local and global intelligence customers.
Spearheaded $50M installation of Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) global enterprise communications infrastructure initiatives.
Effectively guided $32M installation of intel node which provided secure network communications for 30,000+ customers.
Persuasively negotiated service level agreement (SLA) with key intel community user which saved $3M.
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Chief, Systems Maintenance Branch 2004 to 2005
Directed 37 personnel in maintaining over 500 servers and storage devices across headquarters and six remote locations.
Resourcefully added swing shift to perform crucial preventive maintenance, successfully lowering trouble tickets by 25%.
Scrutinized top secret network to identify deficiencies and delivered solution for server failures which drastically expedited server recovery time from 12 hours to 15 minutes.
National Security Agency, Fort George G. Meade, MD, 2001 to 2004
Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) Security Assurance Project Manager 2003 to 2004
Orchestrated IA certification of $8B DoD and intelligence community satellite systems.
Shepherded $500M Missile Defense Agency IA program to expedite certification of critical communication encryption hardware by five months, saving $10M.
MILSATCOM Information Systems Security Engineer 2001 to 2003
Helmed planning, analysis, and development of cutting-edge, secure satellite encryption systems.
Presented with Certificate of Appreciation from Pentagon Joint Chiefs of Staff for analyzing 30,000+ lines of code to eliminate security vulnerabilities in support of $100M GPS selective availability anti-spoofing security module upgrade.
72D Communications Squadron, Tinker AFB, OK, 1997 to 2001
Flight Commander, Plans 2000 to 2001
Systematically devised, implemented, monitored, and enforced telecommunications systems plans, policies, procedures, and requirements.
Chief, Global Weather Communications Systems 1998 to 2000
Championed efforts to reduce monthly system restarts by 40% and increase system availability to 99.9%+.
Resourcefully created and implemented software coding training program to generate $10K in savings.
Chief, Operating Location Bravo 1997 to 1998
Steered full-scope software maintenance including analysis, design, coding, testing, and documentation.
Contributed to closure and consolidation of two overseas communication switches to save $27.1M.
Led software training and upgrades to substantially reduce communication outrages by 75%.
MS, Computer Resources and Computer Management
Webster University, OK
BS, Computer Science
Utica College of Syracuse University, Utica, NY
AAS, Avionic Systems Technology
CCAF, Griffiss AFB, NY
Relativity, Concordance, Beyond Compare, TrueCrypt, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access),
SQL, Visio, Microsoft Project, SharePoint, C, C++, TCP/IP; well-versed in ITIL framework and CMM
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