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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Top Secret Security Clearance


Job Title:



Job Announcement Number:



Core Competencies

Personnel Security, Physical Security, Information Security, Insider Threat, Management, Leadership, Customer Service, Problem Resolution, Results Focus, Communication, Administration, Operations, Management Advisement, DoD Directive 5200.1, DoD Directive 5200.2-R, DoD Directive 5105.21-M-1 and DCID 6/4, Executive Orders 10450 and 12968



Professional Experience


February 2015 - Present

Office of Operations, Security and Preparedness (OSP)

Department of Veterans Affairs

Location: N/A

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

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


Security Specialist (Insider Threat/Foreign Travel), GS-13


Effectively oversee integration of Insider Threat/Foreign Travel requirements into all departmental administrative/staff offices. Hold comprehensive responsibilities for developing/implementing long-range planning, program and operational requirements within operational area and authored first-ever Directive concerning contact with Foreign Governments that included methodologies for reporting contacts and best practices when traveling with a security clearance; provide advisement to VA management concerning Insider Threat issues.


Diligently ensure integration of program initiatives into departmental processes/policies to assure proper security for classified national security systems/products, regularly advising on proper procedures for securing classified information systems, national security systems, classified information and other unclassified operational issues, particularly regarding effects on national security. Identify and monitor any problems/operational-program deficiencies and mitigate/resolve; develop and recommend array of technical/procedural/regulatory/legislative


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remedies in support of continued effective program operations and ongoing program leadership and advisement. Continuously assist other federal entities as well as private industry groups and general public.



April 2008 February 2015

Office of Foreign Assets Control, Sanction Support Division

Department of the Treasury

Location: N/A

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Thomas Suppan Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact: N/A


Security Specialist (Special Security Representative - SSR), GS-13


As Senior Security Specialist, provided outstanding assistance and support for the Special Security Officer (SSO) in meeting assignments/responsibilities and enforcing policies of the Senior Official of the Intelligence Community (SOIC), continually ensuring that SCI and other Special Access Program (SAP) materials were properly controlled, transmitted, destroyed, packaged, safeguarded and disseminated to authorized individuals with established need-to-know categorization.


Collaboratively supported Facility Security Officer (FSO) to assure that Treasury SCIFs met physical standards/requirements as established by regulations; also provided security and intelligence-related advisement to Treasury Department Cognizant Security Authority (CSA) and other departmental officials. Regularly performed physical security assessments, served as source of direction for inquiring officials in response to any security violations and was point-of-contact for Security Awareness Training, Counter-Intelligence and Inside Threats.



February 2007 April 2008

Physical Security Branch, Security Services

Government Printing Office (GPO)

Location: N/A

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: A.P. Williams Phone: 202.512.1367 May Contact: LaMont Vernon 202.512.1103


Security Specialist (Personnel Security/Adjudications), PG-0080


As member of Physical Security Branch, was tasked with responsibilities for adjudicating Office of Personnel Management-Defense Security Services, identifying eligibility/suitability for government employment and granting final eligibility for employees requiring access to classified/GPO proprietary information and government IT systems; forwarded relevant documentation to OPM. Employed subject matter expertise in resolving cases with insufficient/controversial data, conducting in-depth interviewing and reviewing such documentation as credit reports, any ancillary investigations, military records and proof of

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citizenship status. Authored letters of intent, notification and conditional situations, and responded to queries/concerns from Directors and Managers; also developed Statement(s) of Reasons (SOR) that explained rationale involved in denying/revoking access and eligibility of individuals and reviewed SOR responses to review any mitigating circumstances that would support reversal/withdrawal of SOR.


Additionally, when appropriate, determined need for psychiatric evaluation and forwarded to leadership all documentation needed for assessment/approval. Provided excellent direction for Human Resources Department regarding sensitivity of various Agency levels, authored directives and guidelines regarding policy/program objectives, and led Security Awareness Training and Education (SATE) program, including implementing/maintaining program initiatives. Evaluated physical security and provided guidance for inquiring officials in response to any security violations. During tenure in assignment gained strong working knowledge and familiarity with DOD Directives 5200.1, 5200.2-R, 5105.21-M-1 and DCID 6/4, as well as Executive Orders 10450 and 12968.



August 2005 February 2007

Headquarters United States Air Force (HQ USAF)

Special Security Office

Pentagon, Washington, DC

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: A.J. King Phone: 703.692.8344 May Contact: N/A


Master Sergeant (E-7)


Held comprehensive responsibilities for managing staff personnel assigned to handle 7,500+ highly sensitive compartmented information files for SCI billets assigned to Office of the Secretary of the Air Force (SecAF), Chief of Staff of the Air Force (CSAF), multiple Air Staff agencies and 100+ military/contractor agencies with the National Capital Region (NCR) and CONUS. Additionally managed force development, Sensitive Compartmental Information (SCI) and SATE programs. Expertly planned, organized, coordinated and implemented security training for 100+ Special Security Representatives (SSRs) and access managers in alignment with SCI management program; also managed $50,000 training budget utilized for training and development and worked closely with managers/supervisors in identifying training needs.



March 2004 August 2005

Headquarters United States Air Force in Europe (USAFE)

Ramstein AB, Germany

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Ray Williams Phone: 325.654.5375 May Contact: N/A


Superintendent, Special Security Division / Master Sergeant (E-7)

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Skillfully directed HQ staff of 15 individuals in analyzing effectiveness of USAFE SCI security program; mentored personnel, assessed unit-level security support and compliance and assured proper implementation of national directives concerning Personnel and Physical Security programs; authored plans/policies/procedures for implementing and managing these programs and developed/implemented training and inspections for USAFE SSRs and access managers, as delineated by SCI management program requirements.


Conducted annual program evaluations to analyze security procedures/training of other units and authored written reports for commanders, staff agency leadership and security managers/supervisors that recommended methodologies for correcting any identified deficiencies. Worked closely with inquiry officials investigating security violations, providing briefings/guidance, and performed technical reviews of inquiry reports for completion of accuracy reports.



April 2003 March 2004

Headquarters United States Air Force in Europe (USAFE)

Ramstein AB, Germany

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Ray Williams Phone: 325.654.5375 May Contact: N/A


Physical Security Branch Manager / Technical Sergeant (E-6)


Served as NCOIC with responsibilities for supporting Intelligence Directorate Security Program; authored first-ever security operating instructions and enforced 100% compliance. Streamlined and re-established badly neglected program within six-week timeframe and established/led Directorate Security Education and Training Program throughout command. Was responsible for leading initial/annual/refresher/separation/retirement training for personnel and developing all relevant documentation; also mastered Air Force/DOD Personnel Security Program and executed multiple national-level policies/directives. Oversaw all USAFE security incidents including investigating any security violations and recommending to Senior Officer in Charge any disciplinary actions to be taken. Maintained personnel files on indoctrinated individuals and database containing personnel clearance information; served as point-of-contact for security violations, provided guidance to investigators, and inspected/enforced physical security standards and documentation associated with SCIFs. Worked closely with Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) to inspect all DIA-accredited SCIFs with USAFE.




Education / Training / Certification


University of Phoenix

Bachelor of Science, Security and Organizational Management, 2015


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A

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Physical Security Training Program (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center), 2010

Mid-Level Security Professional Seminar, 2010

DNI Government SSO Course, 2009

DNI Physical Security Seminar, 2009

TEMPEST Fundamental, 2008

USDA Graduate School Suitability Adjudication, 2007

FSO Management, 2006

DoD Personnel Security Adjudications PS 101.01, 2006

Level II Antiterrorism Course, 2005

Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) Training, 2004

DoD Security Specialist Course GS101.01, 2004

Special Access Program Orientation Course SA101.01, 2004

NRO Special Security Officers Course, 2003

DNI Physical Security Seminar FT 105.01, 2003

DIA SCI Security Officials Course, 2003

Security Manager Course, 2003

Noncommissioned Officer Academy, 2003

Basic Information Security Independent Study, 2003

Operational Risk Management, 2003

DSS Personnel Security Management Course, 1998



Certified DOD Security Specialist (Special Experience Identifier-322), 1998






Government Printing Office Personnel Security Directive, 2007

Information Security Supplement, 2003

{HQ (USAFE), Ramstein AB, Germany}


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