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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Country of Citizenship: USA
Social Security Number: XXX-XX-XXXX
Veterans Preference: 5 Points
OPM/DEU Consideration: Yes
Vacancy Announcement #: DHA-406441-10AD
Project Management Professional (PMP); Certified Information Security Professional (CISSP); Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MSCE); Microsoft Certified Professional + Internet (MCP+I); Multiple Cisco Certifications; National Security Agency (NSA) 4011; Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professional (ISSP); M.B.A., Business Management; M.S., Innovation Management, in progress; B.S., Information Technology; A.A., Networking Technology; resource management; budget compliance; Human Resources management; personnel training; system/protocol analysis; protection mechanisms, i.e. firewalls, Access Control Lists (ACLs), Demilitarization Zones (DMZs), Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs), Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPSs); information systems security programs planning, development, enhancement and maintenance; security threat assessment/report development; Systems/Network Approval Process (SNAP); GIG Interconnection Approval Process (GIAP); Authority to Connect (ATC); Interim Authority to Connect (IATC); Authority to Operate (ATO); Interim Authority to Operate (IATO); Defense Information Systems Network (DISN); Multi-Service Provisioning Platform (MSPP); DISA Direct Order Entry (DDOE); Unclassified (NIPR) / Classified (SIPR) circuitry; Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID); vendor relationship management; risk/vulnerability assessment; Talon HAIPE encryption devices; Contingency Plan (COOP) development; Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA); Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX); network infrastructure; routers/switches/firewalls; Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP); Voice over Secure Internet Protocol (VoSIP); Information Assurance (IA) operational baseline; Vulnerability Management System (VMS); UNIX; Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG); Security Readiness Reviews (SRR); Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO); Military/Civilian Pay; Permanent Change of Station (PCS); Temporary Duty (TDY); Enlisted Performance Reports (EPR); Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR)/Joint Travel Regulation (JTR); German and Spanish language familiarity; Top Secret Clearance
March 2008 - Present
DISA-EUR/CENT (SAIC CTR)
Salary: $132,500 Annual
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Steve Gessling Phone: DSN xxx-xxx-xxxx MAY NOT CONTACT
Project Lead / Senior Project Engineer
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In this position, tasked with responsibility for providing project management, engineering and information security (INFOSEC). Assure that approval for Certification and Accreditation (CA) within Systems/Networks Approval Process (SNAP)/GIG Interconnection Approval Process (GIA) has been obtained via Authority to Connect (ATC), Interim Authority to Connect (IATC), Authority to Operate (ATO) or Interim Authority to Operate (IATO). Hold responsibility for developing Multi-Service Provisioning Platform (MSPP) trunk lines, Internet Protocol (IP) Intra-Routing Trunks (IRT) and Service Delivery Nodes (SDN) for Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) backbone. Oversee requirements for installation of NIPR/SIPR circuits, from initial DISA Direct Order Entry (DDOE) through development of Telecommunications Service Order (TSO) to assuring final approval status as operational.
various network protocols/systems and develop firewalls, Access Control Lists
(ACLs), Demilitarization Zones (DMZs), Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) and Intrusion
Prevention Systems (IPSs) in support of setting strong boundaries for defense
of information system perimeters. Provide in-depth analysis, development
and maintenance of security programs and policies/procedures in support of
maintaining integrity and availability of data, systems and networks.
Continually assess all threats to security, providing reports of findings as
well as recommendations for and implementation of resolution actions.
Provide oversight of all needed project resources, assuring that materials are ordered, shipped and delivered in a timely fashion and within budgetary parameters. Manage all HR functions related to project(s) to assure team personnel perform project responsibilities in accordance with project scope and timelines. Utilize strong communication capabilities in training new personnel regarding adherence to all policies, regulations, guidelines and other SOPs for accomplishing all assigned responsibilities. Developed unified training structure, designed a WIKI page and utilized DISA Share-Point Portal as part of streamlining EU7 Circuit Actions training, resulting in improved production.
In recognition of providing outstanding leadership and engineering support to US and 17 other NATO countries during Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration in 2009, was awarded Letter of Appreciation from Brigadier General Cotton, a Director with US European Command (EUCOM), and requested, by name, to manage and engineer upcoming 2010 CWID.
June 2006 - March 2008
Telecommunications Systems (TCS)
Salary: $95,000 Annual
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Jeff West Phone: 813.831.6353
Project Manager / Senior Project Engineer
Held comprehensive responsibilities for all project engineering and management, information security and oversight of vendor relations. Served as well in product management capacity, overseeing work of development teams of from two to eight personnel and assuring timely and within-budget delivery of high-quality technical products to be utilized by the US Military for deploying classified/unclassified information world-wide.
Protected confidentiality and availability of data and other critical assets against any unauthorized activities by developing Information Assurance (IA) baseline of information systems/support infrastructure. Analyzed network systems and protocols, and designed information system perimeter
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defenses, employing firewalls, ACLs, DMZs, IDSs and IPSs. Performed assessments of planned/existing information systems, identifying areas of risk and/or vulnerability and proffering protection and problem mitigation solution reports to local management.
In business administration support role, worked closely with corporate management regarding developing positive vendor relationships and assisting in the personnel interviewing/hiring process. Additionally, oversaw employees progress in receiving/achieving mandatory training and certifications; provided management with relevant progress reports. Performed variety of training in engineering and other technical areas to test knowledge of project personnel in assuring capabilities of subordinates in meeting quality and production standards. Additionally, taught classes to customers, up to 20 individuals per class, regarding network fundamentals.
Worked directly with communications team for the Commander-in-Chief (CINC) of US Central Command (USCENTCOM), resulting in multiple contractual relationships. Was recognized by name from L3 as the first person to successfully design and engineer their newly-released Talon HAIPE encryption device to work as a router through an embedded PC, opening a new line of innovative ideas.
June 2005 - June 2006
Salary: $75,000 Annual
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Ken Griffin Phone: 813.889.8234
Project Lead / Senior Technical Consultant
Provided management and oversight of projects, project engineering, positive vendor relations and INFOSEC. Following analysis of client systems/network infrastructures and various other data, and developing security risk assessment of both existing and planned information systems, developed reports of findings and provided clients with assessment reports. These reports were designed to aid clients in increasing network performance as well as to improve infrastructure security by providing recommendations for and implementing corrective actions.
As a function of providing company-wide security, instructed clientele on the import of having in place a contingency plan (COOP) designed to maintain operations continuity and assure security of all data/information; stressed that all contingency plans be tested on a regular basis. Implemented an IA operational baseline of information systems/support infrastructure in support of maintaining continued information security, to include protecting against any unauthorized activity.
Additionally, supported management by participating in hiring process and interviewing prospective employees. Oversaw mandatory training of employees and monitored employee progress toward attaining required certifications; provided follow-up reports to management. Was responsible for training clients on new systems and policies/procedures and for instilling understanding of importance of security in protecting confidentiality and integrity of data.
Instructed financial and health organizations regarding best practices in transmitting and maintaining confidential information, as stipulated by such regulations as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX).
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Was acknowledged as company Senior Security Consultant following studying Information Security (INFOSEC), Operations Security (OPSEC), Communications Security (COMSEC) and network security, enabling attainment of NSA s ISSP, Cisco s CCSP and Watch-guard s WCSP security certifications.
March 2003 C May 2005
USCENTCOM (ManTech CTR)
Tampa, FL / Doha, Qatar
Salary: $135,000 Annual
Hours per Week: 40+
Supervisor: Lois Ramos Phone: Unknown
Senior Network Analyst
In this Analyst position, was tasked with network management and engineering, and information security (INFOSEC). Within AOR, provided 24/7 security support and oversaw in excess of 200 components, such as switches and routers. Analyzed network infrastructure, protocols and enterprise traffic, and made recommendations regarding methodologies for relieving congestion and improving network flow and work quality. In addition to establishing firewalls for protection, developed ACLs and DMZs and utilized planning, implementation, maintenance and enhancement of all security programs and tools to secure systems and networks. To protect critical assets and data, developed IA operational baseline of information and support systems and infrastructure.
Provided secure voice communications throughout AOR by designing and implementing Voice over Internet and Voice over Security Internet Protocols (VoIP/VoSIP). To assure all network analysis and quality requirements were met, undertook training responsibilities for Network Operations Center (NOC) personnel, testing knowledge and capabilities through use of simulated scenarios and reviewing performance.
Volunteered for Network Manager assignment covering 96 buildings as part of Coalition Villages (Eagle Village I & II), supporting forces from US and 40 other Allied countries during Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).
Was awarded USCENTCOM CINC coin for outstanding support of Headquarters-CENTCOM and CFH-CENTCOM network infrastructures.
March 2000 C January 2003
DISA-CENTCOM/SOCOM/SWA (Validity/DynCorp CTR)
Salary: $158,000 Annual
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Chuck Schonover Phone: Unknown
Senior Network Engineer
Held responsibilities for providing network management, system administration and information security, coordinating with DISA-HQS, DISA-CENTCOM and the Field Security Office (FSO) regarding analysis of network security and Security Readiness Reviews (SRR). Analyzed network infrastructure performance and enterprise traffic, and recommended methods for relieving network
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congestion and optimizing work flow and quality. Utilized planning, development, implementation and maintenance of security programs, policies/procedures and tools to assure security of systems, networks and data, and administered Cisco, UNIX and Windows systems to assure compliance with all relevant policies and standards, including Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG).
Assured INFOSEC and Communication Security (COMSEC) support for unclassified/classified information systems and information network operations. Integrated Vulnerability Management System (VMS), assuring all IA vulnerability alerts and advisory bulletins were acknowledged and upgraded patches were applied to DISA systems in a timely manner. Advised staff regarding IA policy/procedures; maintained in-depth knowledge of information systems, policies and requirements needed to support agency. Worked with senior officials regarding network threats, coordinating risk mitigation actions and other risk management solutions; designed and implemented security for local firewalls. Improved production and saved eight work hours per device through the development of an imaging process, which streamlined building, configuring and securing systems.
February 1993 - March 2000
United States Air Force
Salary: $40,000 Annual
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Lt. Col. Venable Phone: 813.828.4051
Financial Manager / Network Engineer / ISSO
Served as Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) and provided financial management, network engineering and systems administration. In a financial management capacity, oversaw military, civilian and travel pay, as well as Permanent Change of Station (PCS) and Temporary Duty (TDY) responsibilities, interfacing with senior officials at base Military Personnel Flight (MPF), Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) and Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) regarding pay and other HR administration functions. For the Finance and Accounting Squadron, developed an Information Technology (IT) educational program.
As part of Travel Pay responsibilities, assured compliance with Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR) / Joint Travel Regulations (JTR), and oversaw computation of 80,000+ annual travel vouchers, assuring timely and accurate payments. Supervised staff of six airmen, including delegating various areas of responsibility and clearly describing performance expectations. Monitored performance of staff and prepared annual Enlisted Performance Reports (EPR).
Oversaw all aspects of security of both in-place as well as planned-for information systems, identifying risk/vulnerability and developing recommendations for methods of mitigation and system protection, which were forwarded to local management for consideration. In support of maintaining confidentiality, integrity and availability of all networks/systems, utilized analysis, planning, development, implementation, maintenance and enhancement of security procedures, policies and other security tools.
At MacDill Air Force Base, was selected to lead an elite 50-person Honor Guard. Additionally, was promoted as Senior Flight Sergeant, with responsibilities for performing 40 Military Honors per month for retirees and fallen comrades, and represented US Military at multiple community events throughout State of Florida.
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Additionally, based on participation in multiple competitive boards and maintaining an immaculate military career, was promoted Below-the-Zone (BTZ), surpassing 85% of others at that rank and receiving higher rank one year early.
University of Tampa, Tampa, FL
M.S., Innovation Management, expected graduation June, 2012
Credit Hours: 13 semester hours
Saint Leo University, Tampa, FL
M.B.A., Business Management, 2010
Credit Hours: 24 semester hours
Human Resources Management
University of Phoenix, Tampa, FL
B.S., Information Technology, 2005
Credit Hours: 65 semester hours
Management of Information Technology
Hillsborough Community College, Tampa, FL
A.A., Networking Technology, 2000
Credit Hours: 66 semester hours
Vigilar Intense School
Management Professional (PMP) Boot-camp, 2009
Certified Information Security System Professional (CISSP) Boot-Camp, 2009
Licenses and Certifications
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP, 2010
CompTIA Security +, 2010
Project Management Professional (PMP), 2009
DISA Level I System Security & Administration C Windows, 2008
DISA Level II System Security & Administration C Windows, 2008
Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), 2008
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Cisco Certified Voice over IP Professional (CCVP), 2008
Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate (JNCIA), 2007
Cisco Foundation Express Design Specialist, 2007
Cisco Foundation Express Field Specialist, 2007
Cisco IP Communications Express Specialist, 2007
Cisco IP Communications Express Sales Specialist, 2007
Cisco Certified Security Professional (CCSP), 2006
National Security Agency (NSA) 4011: Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professional (ISSP), 2006
Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA), 2006
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), 2005
Watch-guard Certified System Professional (WCSP), 2005
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), 2000
Microsoft Certified Professional + Internet (MCP+I), 2000
Honors, Awards and Special Accomplishments
Letter of Appreciation from European Command (EUCOM) BGen Cotton, 2009
Airman of Quarter, 1994/1995/1996
Wing Airman of the Quarter, 1995/1996
Squadron Airman of the Year, 1996
Honor Guard Member of the Month, 1996
Honor Guard Member of the Quarter,1996
Honor Guard Member of the Year, 1996
Received over 50 Letters of Appreciation and/or Recognition throughout seven years in the USAF (1993-2000)
Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA)
Project Management Institute (PMI)
International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Inc., (ISC)²
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