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Logistics & Transportation

Warehouse │ Inventory │ Equipment │ Customer Service

Dynamic, detail-oriented and results-focused U.S. Military Customer Service and Transportation professional with a verifiable record of achievement in Military service and support, resulting in warehouse logistics support and Inventory Management initiatives. Proven competencies in improving organizational productivity through the development and implementation of strategies that foster operating synergies and facilitate lasting and positive change. Recognized for ability to oversee transportation logistics, safety and mechanical initiatives while supporting Defense Medical Logistics Programs for the Military. Promotes a winning attitude and fosters accountability to consistently exceed performance goals and expectations. Secret Security Clearance. Proficient in MS Office Suite.
Relevant skills include:
Inventory Control…….Customer Service…….Warehouse…….Property Management…….Asset Management

Warehouse Technician – Computer Science Corp. Ft. Belvoir, VA 2011- Present
 Oversee all receipt of accountable and non-accountable assets for Defense Threat Reduction Agency custodians.
 Efficiently process serialized assets in DPAS to document accountability of assets using cradle to grave concept.
 Effectively inventory and establish barcodes for accountable assets and input into DPAS, successfully deliver assigned assets to accountable custodian, and file and maintain all asset records.

Inventory Management Specialist – Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Ft. Belvoir, VA 2010 to 2011
 Strategically managed and maintained 25 property accounts worldwide worth $2MM.
 Managed source documents for property custodians, and efficiently trained Property Custodians (PC) on proper procedures in Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) and maintain up-to-date records of assets assigned to prospective Hand Receipt.
 Provided technical assistance for asset management initiatives, instructed newly appointed property custodians on procedures, training and documents needed by Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS).
 Instructed on gaining access to Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) performing duties as appointed PC.
 Documented newly assigned equipment/assets, approved and monitored acquisition and disposal of property at the Defense Reutilization and Marketing office (DRMO).
 Accurately maintained Materiel Management Branch (CRM) Customer Relation Management Website as Webmaster and sole point of contact.
 Assisted with the review of $151B worth of pre-existing government contracts for evidence of (GFE) Government Furnished equipment.

United States Air Force Reserves – Andrews AFB, MD 2009 to Present
 Effectively perform assignments for Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) system, catalog new items, research and monitor expired or recalled items, order and create needed reports.
 Monitor and document items recalled from Stores and maintain controlled items, create customer replenishment listings in system for automatic inventory re-order of stock when required by customer, effectively reducing time spent on researching recently purchased supplies.
 Conduct 100% physical annual inventories on Medical equipment assigned to unit that accurately account for $30K of property
 Order, receive, and issue units of medical supplies to Immunizations, Dental, Optometry and Women Health clinics on monthly basis, and maintain stock required to effectively assist technicians in providing annual and semiannual physicals that meet individual unit member’s needs.

Receptionist- White-ford, Taylor & Preston, Washington, D.C. 2008 to 2009
 Maintained accurate electronic calendar for all management personnel. Greeted customers and clients and provided requested information concerning company operations.
 Provided conflict resolution on minor complaints in calm and professional manner, directing persons to appropriate individual for customer-centric solutions.

Property Manager – DKW Communications, Washington, D.C. 2007 to 2008
 Received incoming equipment that included IT Assets (over $500), network assets (over $5,000), and sensitive items regardless of price.
 Tagged equipment items for accountability and tracking purposes, and excess property that was no longer needed by customer, and could later be assigned to another individual.
 Tagged items assigned to agencies outside of main building, and performed annual inventories on equipment assigned to NASA that provided 100% accountability for assets entering and exiting the organization.

Supply Craftsman – United States Air Force, Washington, D.C. 2004 to 2007
 Managed, stored, and performed inventory, and issued $3k mobility bags to 11 WG and tenant organizations valued at $5M.
 Served as Liaison between tenant organizations and Customer Service element for requirements actions.
 Oversaw proper storage, security and inventoried 155 M-16 and 704 M-9 weapons valued at $402K
 Enhanced accountability of firearms by creating weapons spreadsheet that ensured 100% tracking ability.
 Managed the wings $181K Individual Body Armor (IBA) account, and strategically developed IBA tracking system that enhanced visibility and control of 180 resources, provided 100% accountability of assets, and ensured accuracy of records maintained in the Mobility Inventory Control Accountability System (MICAS).
 Oversaw issue and turn-in of Emergency Egress Kits to Headquarters Air Force (HAF) and the Secretary of the Air Force (SECAF) personnel, and successfully monitored shelf life criteria for Mobility assets.
 Inventoried 279 vehicle components valued at $125K, solidified 100% serviceability, and governed 45 Humvees valued at $4.5M, and successfully enabled 350+ combat patrol missions.
 Briefed all levels of management on procedures in handling and transport of weapons once issued to individual and notified issuer of carrying and caring for the weapon while deployed.

Stock Control Technician – United States Air Force, Washington, D.C. 2005 to 2006
 Liaison between Squadron and all applicable sources to resolve discrepancies in the procurement process by monitoring different listings for cancellations, and providing and updating status changes of assets coming through the Supply system
 Managed 20 equipment accounts valued at $2M, updated jacket files, processed turn-ins and transferred as required by custodians.
 Oversaw and conducted annual validation of Custodian Authorization and Receipt Listing, and facilitated 156 erroneous shipments that cut disposition time by 50%, resulting in $15M in refunds, revamped section file management system achieving excellent in SAV inspection Conversant with the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) and Integrated Logistic Support Service (ILSS).


Criminal Justice – Strayer University, Prince Georges County, MD
Some College Coursework Completed

Logistics – U.S.A.F. University, Maxwell AFB, AL
Some College Coursework Completed

Professional Training:

Supply Management Apprentice Course, 2000
Supply Management Craftsman Course, 2005
Medical Materiel Apprentice Course, 2009
Acquisition Program Management Course I, 2010
Acquisition Program Management Course II, 2011
Defense Acquisition University- Managing Government Property in Possession of Contractors, 2011

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