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Hands-on consultant working with leading edge technology on the Advanced Extremely High Frequency AEHF system. This is a joint service satellite communications system providing near-worldwide, secure, survivable, and jam-resistant communications for high-priority military ground, sea, and air assets. COMSEC support for the initial fielding for The Advanced Extremely High Frequency system included conversion of LCMS 5.1.0.5 and CUAS 5.1., activation ALKM functionality by registering the COMSEC account with CAKMS, receiving KGV-310B's and CRK's, registering KGV-310B to account, requesting endorsement keys, assignment of fill groups, requesting Mission keys, download of endorsement keys to SKL's, upload ECURS from SKL and submission to CAKMS, download of mission key to SKL and designing a CCI and AEHF key management plan for the account. Additional duties as Alternate COMSEC Custodian for a NSA automated account supporting DISA Special Programs and other Department of Defense and civil agencies.

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COMSEC Engineer that provides expert consulting and technical services in the areas of Communications Security COMSEC , Cryptographic Key Management and COMSEC equipment installation, operation and maintenance. Formally trained by the United States Air Force as a NSA certified Phase 4 Local Management Device/Key Processor LMD/KP System Administrator that has supplemented my qualifications to enable me to provide Information Assurance and Information Technology services and support. Tasked to assist and prepare the Defense Contract Management Agency with a follow on COMSEC assessment of the DCMA COMSEC Program that received an unsatisfactory rating from the Air force Communications Agency in June 2009. The DCMA COMSEC Program received a satisfactory rating with no critical findings noted during the December 2009 COMSEC re-assessment. I am a COMSEC subject matter expert with experience at the Joint Service Command and Defense Agency level as Controlling Authority and or Command Authority with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of Traditional and Modern Key Management, Key Management Infrastructures KMI and Electronic Key Management Systems EKMS . I have used this expertise to restructure COMSEC operations at the Defense Logistics Agency and correct 21 COMSEC incidents caused by the prior COMSEC Manager. Corrective actions included establishing a new automated COMSEC account and converting all enterprise COMSEC short titles to electronic key material. I am vendor or NSA trained and certified to install and maintain SAVILLE KIV-7/KG-84 , WALLBURN KIV-19/KG-194 , and MEDLEY KIV-7M/KIV-19M based Link Encryptors as well as HAIPE Inline Network Encryption Systems. I also have experience in TEMPEST Red/Black separation requirements and I am well versed in National and Service specific COMSEC Policy and Doctrine governing operation of all NSA approved Type-1 COMSEC equipment. This expertise has enabled me to support secure voice and VTC operations at the CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate at Fort Belvoir, VA. Other secure voice and video projects completed include the installation of a Polycom MCG-100 secure VTC hub capable of supporting both dedicated and dial-in secure VTC terminals and a 16 user STE based REDFLEX secure voice conferencing system for a customer at Fort Belvoir, VA. I also completed a total reconfiguration of all COMSEC equipment supporting the DRSN switch located at Fort Belvoir and provided training on key loading procedures and Over the Air Rekey OTAR operations for KIV-7 and KIV-19 secured circuits and secured trunks.

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COMSEC Account Manager responsible for implementing a wide variety of Communications Security Programs and Secure Voice Projects at DLA Headquarters and its geographically separated additional six sub accounts. I was directly responsible for safeguarding, control and maintaining accountability for cryptographic key materials, CCI COMSEC equipment and related sensitive COMSEC information issued to the hand receipt holders. Operates, maintains and trains end users on Tier-3 fill devices to include the DMD-Power Station, Data Transfer Device and the Simple Key Loader. Conducted annual COMSEC training to end users and prepared written Operating Instructions and Emergency Actions Plans specific to the COMSEC Account's operation. Identified COMSEC security incidents to determine the possibility of compromise and ensured documentation and reporting to appropriate channels. Served as a Project Manager responsible for the successful implementation of telecommunications and communications security projects and provided communications security expertise in coordinating and performing systems installations, modifications, maintenance, operation, and support of both existing and new secure communications projects. Provided equipment installation, set up, configuration and preventative maintenance support. Developed and presented training on installation, operation, and maintenance of a variety of secure voice systems and communications security equipment. Developed Standard Operating Procedures, equipment checklists and operator guides. Performed preventative maintenance checks and services on communications security equipment and secure voice communications systems. Repaired inoperative equipment and arranges for depot level maintenance support through Government contractor repair facilities. Provided Communications Security and EKMS support for the operation of secure communications systems, to include secure voice, data and video communications for linkups connecting DLA communications facilities to worldwide communications networks essential to fulfilling the logistics requirements of U.S. military forces deployed globally. I was also responsible for the management and operation of an EKMS Electronic Key Management System Tier-2 COMSEC Account and safeguarding, control and accountability for sensitive cryptographic keying materials, COMSEC equipment and related COMSEC information use at the Tier-3 Local Elements.

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Senior Requirements Specialist for the NMCC providing support in the translation of government requirements into secure telecommunications e.g., LAN, CAN, WAN, Voice and Video requirements, designs and orders. I provided in-depth engineering analysis of telecommunications alternatives for other Defense Department agencies in support of their strategic modernization efforts and telecommunications enhancement design for medium and large-scale telecommunication infrastructures. Provides interface support to telecommunications end users, telecommunications operations personnel, and telecommunications strategic program management.

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Served as the Telecommunications Manager for the Mission Systems Division and Alternate Communications Security Manager, responsible for managing the Communications Security COMSEC program and activities relating to tactical communications and secure voice projects for the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, it's geographically separated operating locations, remote sites, and US Government controlled contractor facilities. Administer the Air Force Electronic Key Management System AFEKMS program to include system administration, configuration and operation of the Phase 4 Local Management Device/Key Processor LMD/KP , LCMS/CUAS and KEYMAN COMSEC accounting software programs. Conduct end-user training on the DTD, SKL and DMD Power Station Tier-3 fill devices. Develop, implement, and monitor security procedures for the protection of electronic key material generated by the LMD/KP. Perform Secure Voice Program Manager, User Representative and Controlling Authority duties directly managing 22 unique short titles and 24 unique DAO codes used throughout the agency. Perform semi-annual functional reviews of all COMSEC local element user accounts, physically inspecting the user's COMSEC facilities to ensure proper safeguarding and control of all COMSEC equipment and cryptographic key material, and performing 100 audit of all COMSEC CCI equipment holdings. Conduct annual COMSEC training for Agency COMSEC users and prepare Emergency Action Plans EAPs and ensure that users are trained to implement the EAP when required. Plan, program and manage the acquisition, distribution, accountability, and maintenance of all secure communications equipment assets and controlled cryptographic items CCI . Directly responsible for over 2.7M in CCI and secure communications equipment to include over 425 STE terminals and 115 SCIP secure voice devices. Plan and coordinate communications support required to exercise command and control in the execution of personnel recovery support operations and training exercises. Personally configured, performed software upgrades, maintained, and trained users on deployable STE, OMNI, Sectera SGSM, IRIDIUM and BDI SWT SCIP devices supporting the world wide deployment of Personnel Recovery Support Teams. Designed, fabricated and deployed a unique COMSEC package that filled a critical need to extend SIPRNET and other secure networks between the headquarters and deployed remote operating locations using the ADTRAN ISU-512 IMUX, OMNIxi encryptor, and existing ISDN telephone lines. Project Manager for the MBITR tactical radio system procurement and Secure Voice Conferencing System projects implemented with C2IP Funding.

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  • Served as the Telecommunications and Information Technology Project Manager and USEUCOM Action Officer in the OCONUS Branch of the Plans, Programs, Engineering and Installation Division of the INSCOM G6. Plan, program, and document telecommunications requirements and provides telecommunications project management and technical support to the European Intelligence community. Advises and assists in the engineering, installation and maintenance of NSANET, NSTS, JWICS and SIPRNET secure telecommunications networks at the European Security Center and the 66th Military Intelligence Group. Review, validate and update the INSCOM Investment Strategy I2S and other planning document to extract telecommunications program requirements. Confidential
  • Serves as the Telecommunications Manger and Alternate Communications Security COMSEC Manager responsible for implementing a wide variety of COMSEC and Secure Voice projects at JPRA headquarters, geographically separated operating locations and US government contractor facilities. Interfaced with NSA, USJFCOM, Air Force and contractor security office to resolve issues and ensure the Agency's COMSEC posture was in line with National and Air Force standards. Established policy and procedures for the use and security of all Controlled Cryptographic Items CCI and keying material at the Local Elements. Managed cryptographic activities, including performing controlling authority duties for agency managed cryptographic material and performing Systems Administrator functions for the AFEKMS LMD/KP. Performed duties of Alternate Secure Telephone STU-III User Representative and Secure Voice Program Manager responsible for establishing DAO codes and ordering key material. Managed the COMSEC account CA/CRL and the agency-wide distribution and accountability of all secure communications equipment and controlled cryptographic items CCI . Performs maintenance services and arranged depot level repairs through the USAF/CPSG item manager for inoperative equipment. Performed duties as the Telecommunications System Control Officer TSCO and the primary interface with the Defense Telecommunications Service Washington and the Fort Belvoir Director of Information Management DOIM for all telecommunications services and support. Coordinated and managed local telecommunications commodities to include configuring and installing ISDN circuits and Polycom Video Teleconferencing Systems providing the JPRA Commander real time secure video connectivity with USJFCOM and other supported Combatant and Service Commands. Project Manager for the installation of the STE-R based REDFLEX Switch-Plus Secure Voice Conferencing System and the upgrade of the KIV-19A supporting the JPRA HQ WAN, JWICS and DRSN networks. Installed and maintained all STU-III, STE, OMNI and DRSN Secure Voice Systems as well as all KIV-7HS, KIV-19/KG-194 and KG-175 TACLANE encryption equipment. Provided training to users on operating procedures for the newly fielded MBITR tactical radio systems and the IRIDIUM and SGSM secure wireless systems in direct support of the deployment of Personnel Recovery Support Teams. Confidential
  • Senior Travel Administrator assigned to seven Deputy Directorates from the Directorate for Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency/J2, responsible for executing a 2.5 million dollar travel budget. In addition, I processed travel orders and conference/seminar/workshop requests. Verified correct government fiscal funding citations, issued and posted travel expenditures, obtained authorizations and distributions. Provide guidance to all Joint Staff Directorates in all aspects of travel entitlements and procedures. Analyzed, processed, prepared, and posted MIPRS, purchase requests and contract award documentation into the J2 financial database. Analyzed/maintained and tracked electronic purchase requests through the online PRESS system, obtaining copies of obligating documents from DAP or other government agencies. Reconciled J2 financial database with the Agency Financial records by working with the OC4 financial analyst to resolve discrepancies between the J2 database and the Agency Financial records. Analyzed, reviewed, prepared and presented long term funding requirements which analyzed budget impacts based on fiscal year funding, shortfalls and restraints to the J2 Directorates and the Senior Resource Program Manager on an as needed basis. Confidential
  • I was responsible for being aware of and ensuring compliance with all ADA, OSHA, County, State, and Federal Property Management regulations. As a Foreman, I extensively used and practiced the text of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Public Law 336, which ensured that all my projects met new construction and renovation ADA regulations for commercial facilities as well as state, county and government accommodations. In my duties as Chief Foreman, I also assisted in ensuring OSHA compliance, through weekly training sessions and enforcing daily work site inspections of all company personnel. The impact and achievements I accomplished resulted in extremely high levels of worker health and low to no safety infractions by company personnel, and strong, fair and effective enforcement of OSHA federal regulations. I was lead Foreman of the data engineering division, responsible for commercial installation and physical placement of LAN/WAN systems to include: conduit and other conveyances, pulling and terminating cables, determining and implementing required pin outs for wall jacks, installing and configuring equipment chassis, cards, power supplies, racks, patch panels and associated hardware, testing and documenting installations, dressing and labeling cables, racks, patch panels. I was also assigned the day-to-day, on-site safety management officer duties. I was responsible for conducting and documenting mandatory weekly safety briefings for all company personnel as required by construction, design and management CDM regulations.

Confidential

Specialized skill areas include Counterintelligence CI , Electronic Warfare Signal Intelligence EW/SIGINT Communications Intelligence COMINT , Technical Electronic Intelligence TECHELINT , and Communications Security COMSEC . As Lead Communications Intelligence Analyst at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Data Collection Facility, I was responsible for independently collecting, analyzing, developing, implementing and documenting highly sensitive requirements/programs/policies/systems of the United States Intelligence community. Incorporated advanced surveillance, collection, and transcription processes to define precise information and to document intelligence requirements, ensuring proper formatting, coordination, validation, and procedural guidelines to independently perform routine operational or reporting function from a remote operational facility. Developed analytical tools, methodologies, and maintained a highly sensitive level database for use by the FBI and other intelligence agencies. Performed long-range planning for data dissemination, applied different and unrelated methods to develop and recommend solutions to minimize actual and potential problems. Integrated construction of daily and monthly additions, deletions and changes to work load schedule based on specific collection requirements, production efforts with other intelligence agencies, intelligence gaps, personnel/equipment constraints. Experienced in preparing highly sensitive intelligence drafts, memoranda, documents and reports to provide detailed information regarding critical issues and developments for senior program decision-makers. Conducted briefings for the FBI and other intelligence agencies to apprise collection managers of success in obtaining stated requirements. I was also responsible for conducting hardware and software technical maintenance support, guidance, and recommendations for programmers developing engineering changes from a user and functional aspect.

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Workload Data Analyst with the responsibility for independently presenting critical and sometimes controversial observations while assisting in analysis, development, implementation, enforcement of security documentation/programs/policies and security systems. I provided support for the implementation/continuation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Security process through construction of authorization documents of assigned federal and civilian personnel. This included clearance transfer documentation, building access documentation, requests for criminal checks, security update documentation, foreign travel documentation and notifications. I analyzed and recommended approval of credit backgrounds for security updates for all federal and civilian personnel. I provided instruction covering professional development in handling classified documentation and equipment.

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I provided 24-hour hardware and software service on customized electro-mechanical reproductive printing systems at the following federal government Communication Centers: United States Information Agency, Department of Commerce/Energy/State, DOD, US Army Amme Seoul, Korea and Heidelberg, Germany. I was also responsible for crucial communications equipment located in the Situation Room at the White House. Nine years of experience in all phases of field engineering to include testing, troubleshooting, modifying, calibrating, installing, maintaining, repairing, constructing, and using schematic diagrams and test equipment. Conducted DMS , and functional system training to site analysts and operators, which involved independently analyzing developing, coordinating and producing operational documentation for several Communication Centers.

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