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Program Analyst

Dynamic, highly experienced and respected Program Analyst with more than 25-years experience in DoD planning, programming budget formulation and execution initiatives. A demonstrated track record of leading contractual management and procurement development, DWCF and appropriated policies and procedures strategies that align perception and create distinction among competitors. Known as a bold analytical thinker and high-energy analyst with the ability to influence decisions and gain the trust of peers, clients and management teams. Eager to contribute advanced project lead experience, business analysis, teambuilding and financial skills toward optimizing the goals of government employer in a Program Analyst role

Program Analyst – Defense Information Systems Agency, Ft. Meade, MD 2008- Present
 Supervise special projects supporting DISA Defense Information System Network (DISN) telecommunications programs that operate with Appropriated (O&M, Procurement, and RDT&E); Defense Working Capital Funds (DWCF) (Operating and Capital); and Supplemental funds.
 Participate in the analysis, coordination, and review of NS cost savings initiatives and other suspense’s requiring programmatic and financial review.
 Represent NS on the DISA Business Modernization Board involved in the collaboration of Agency business practices and information technology
 One year as budget team lead for the DISN programs, managed the workload assigned to the team (four government and two contractors) and ensured tasks were completed accurately and on time.
 Provided oversight on the submission of the Appropriated; DWCF; Supplemental; and Information Technology Budget Estimate Submission/Program Objective Memorandum (POM) and President’s Budget. Reviewed and submitted responses to DISA Comptroller and OSD budget questions and Program Budget Decisions.
 Initiated tool design used to communicate appropriation control changes to the service managers, and Intellipedia page developed to provide financial information to the DISA community.
 Implemented the use of Defense Knowledge Online for budget exhibit updates and led the design of a DISA workspace for financial materials to be easily accessed by all of DISA.
 Led the budget cost driver restructure effort that was successfully implemented allowing service managers to better monitor and manage their costs.

Supervisory Budget Analyst Department of the Army, Arlington, VA 2007 to 2008
 Led the budget cost driver restructure effort that was successfully implemented allowing service managers to better monitor and manage their costs.
 As Chief of Budget Programs, directed day-to-day activities of JIEDDO budget formulation and execution teams that included one military, five government, and seven contractors, and base budget and supplemental funds.
 Ensured all work efforts complied with financial regulations, policies, and guidelines, and all financial documentation was prepared in required formats and completed within due dates.
 Directly involved in the submission of the President’s Budget, coordinated with Army and responded in writing to Draft GAO audit reports, addressing the financial management of JIEDDO.
 Participated in spend planning efforts, corporate reporting, the review of quarterly congressional reporting, preparation of a reprogramming request, the review/approval of funding documents, prepared employee performance plans and appraisals, and reviewed resumes to fill vacant billets.

Program Analyst -Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Falls Church, VA 2006 to 2007
 As Program, Plans & Budget Team Lead, responsible for providing oversight of all team efforts involved in budget development efforts, seeking funding for unfunded requirements, customer requests for financial and program information, labor reporting on Appropriated and DWCF military and civilians.
 Distributed and balanced workload among four government staff and six contractors making adjustments to accomplish the workload.
 Directly involved in the development of the DISN appropriated (O&M, Procurement, and RDT&E), DWCF (Operating and Capital), and Supplemental Budget Estimate Submissions, President’s Budget, and Program Objective Memorandum submissions. Assume the duties and responsibilities as Acting Chief, Financial Management Support Branch when the Chief was on leave.

Budget Analyst – Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Arlington, VA 2004 to 2006
 Served as the Acting Chief, General Fund Division when the Chief was unavailable, operating with full authority.
 Assessed requirements based on FMR, A-11, and OSD formal and informal guidance, developed agency guidance and training, performed internal coordination, oversaw development and performed review of the Agency’s appropriated Budget Estimate Submission and President’s budget.
 Validated DISA’s electronic CIS, PRCP, and SNAP submissions were accurate and consistent with decisions and appropriation controls.
 Ensured single authoritative submission from the organization, and reduced time spent on submissions by both the organization and the budget development team by creation of simple budget tracking system (the DISA Budget Exhibit Management System).
 Reviewed and provided recommendations on implementation alternatives for Program Budget Decisions, Major Issue Decisions, and Program Decision Memoranda and worked with program management and FM’s to document any appeals/reclama. Ensured that DISA met fiscal guidance controls and coordinated with OSD analysts with respect to budget and out-year controls.

Budget Analyst – Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), Ft. Belvoir, VA 2003 to 2004
 Lead budget analyst for Mid-Atlantic and Field Detachment Regions.
 Analyzed and evaluated regional budget submissions, monitored budget execution, and provided financial guidance. Consolidated and reviewed agency-wide regional Budget Estimate Submission for use in development of DCAA Agency requirements and formulation of the budget.
 Received and tracked customer funding and work hours in database used to prepare reimbursable reports for management reviews and to validate information in the accounting system.
 Updated briefing charts for senior management financial briefings. The Acting Chief, Budget and Manpower Branch when the Chief was on leave.

Resource Analyst – Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Reston, VA 1996 to 2003
 Lead resource analyst for the Defense Information Systems Network Data Services telecommunications programs (Internet Protocol Router (NIPRNET/SIPRNET), Internet Protocol Router (Gigabit Switch Router), and Asynchronous Transmission Mode).
 Participated in the development and coordination of budget exhibits; narratives; justifications; program costs, revenue, and workload data projections; to support the Program Objective Memorandums, Budget Estimate Submissions, and President’s Budget submissions.
 Led the development of a DISN circuit cost report increasing accuracy in customer billing; participated in the development of a standard format for DISA Economic Analysis improving efficiency.
 Developed cost and revenue reconciliation efforts saving the Agency millions of dollars, and provided input on financial systems documentation prior to being published that ensured users could easily understand system operations.

Early Career:
Senior Procurement Analyst-Boeing Information Services, Inc., Washington, DC 1995 to 1996
Budget Analyst – Cruise Missiles Project & Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Joint Project, Arlington, VA 1987 to 1993

Masters of Science, Business Administration, Strayer – 1997, GPA 4.0
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Strayer – 1994, Summa cum Laude
Associates in Arts, Business Administration, Strayer – 1993, Summa cum Laude

2011: SYS 101 Fundamentals of Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering (35 CLPs); SYS 202 Intermediate Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering (30 CLPs); CLM 003 Overview of Acquisition Ethics (2 CLPs); CLM 039 Foundations of Government Property (1.5 CLPs); CLM 047 Fiscal and Physical Accountability and Management of DoD Equipment (2 CLPs)
2010: Strategic Planning and Performance Measurement (24 CPEs); From Tactical to Strategic Thinking (24 CPEs); Critical Thinking for Problem Solving (24 CPEs)
2009: The Legislative Process: Working with Congress (8 CPEs); Appropriations Law in the Defense Environment (16 CPEs); Federal Financial Management Overview (24 CPEs); 2009 Business Manager’s Conference (16 hrs); Leading People Senior Executive Seminar (24 CPEs)

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certified (December 2008).
Certified Defense Financial Manager, CDFM (American Society of Military Comptrollers (July 2003)).
Certified Acquisition Professional Level III in Business, Cost Estimating, and Financial Management (June 1999).

Certificate of Achievement for Successful Completion of the DISA Outstanding Scholar Program (Nov 1999). Certificate of Honor in Recognition of Excellence in Scholarship by the Administration and Faculty of Strayer (Jun 1997).
Certificate of Special Achievement for Outstanding Service and Contributions to the NASA HQs Information Resource and Management Support (Jan 1996).
SECNAV Citation for Navy Unit Commendation for Exceptionally Meritorious Service in the Acquisition and Support of Naval Aviation Weapon Systems (August 1985 to July 1989).

Highly Successful Performance Rating with Monetary Awards (2010, 2009, 2008, 2007).
Results Achieved with Monetary Awards (2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998).
Outstanding Performance with Monetary Awards (1997, 1996, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1988, 1985, 1984). Outstanding Performance with QSI (1990, 1988, 1986).
Exceeds Fully Successful Performance with Monetary Award (1989).
Suggestion Award (1997).
Letters of Appreciation (2005, 2003, 1999, 1996, 1993).

Examining Total Quality Management as a Business Strategy to Increase Profitability – Directed Study Project submitted to the Faculty of Graduate School of Business in Candidacy for the Degree of Master of Science in Business Administration June 1997.

American Society of Military Comptrollers (March 2003).
Granted membership in the Defense Acquisition Corps by the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology & Logistics) (2002).
Member of Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholarship Society (February 1994).

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