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Director of Security Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 77617
Desired Job Location: Buford, Georgia Date Posted: 7/10/2016
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 85000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Exceptionally skilled and proactive professional, offering extensive experience in large-scale security operations, investigation,

emergency management, and government affairs honed from more than 20 years of experience and comprehensive training within the federal,

military, and corporate settings.

Skilled at maintaining composure under fast-paced and high-pressure environments. Multifaceted leader and concept-to-execution driver

with proven track record of success in handling responsibilities of increasing levels. Equipped with highly developed administrative

and analytical skills as evidenced by the ability to continually improve operations. Expert at analyzing situations quickly and

objectively as well as in determining proper courses of action to be taken.


Experience:

Professional Experience

United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Washington, DC
Special Agent | Criminal Investigator - 2011–Present
Lead and facilitate protective operations during emergency situations for the Director of OPM
Plan, organize, and investigate on fraudulent activities affecting the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP), Federal Civil

Service Retirement Services (CSRS), and the Federal Employees Retirements System, internal employee misconduct, contract fraud cases

and suitability within the federal background checks, as administered by the OPM Federal Investigative Services
Conduct interviews to witnesses and subjects; preparation of search and arrest warrants; delivery of subpoenas; preparation and

execution of covert surveillance; and writing of written reports of evidence and findings
Function as an effective liaison among OPM program and administrative officials as well as to other federal law enforcement agencies,

United States Attorney’s Office (USAO) for prosecution, and federal task forces.
Notable Accomplishments:
Completed the development and implementation of the FEHB Health Care Carrier Case Notifications Tracking Program, which led to the

successful achievement of the following:
Multimillion-dollar savings to the government from potential overpayments to various healthcare carriers; and
Identification of inaccuracies submitted by healthcare carriers for payment for work that were not performed
Established and modified various forms from OPM OIG to reduce cost of printing, user manual, and standard operating procedure documents

to train investigators in working with the FEHB Case Notification Program
Collaborated with the USAO and several federal and state law enforcement agencies in coordinating the Federal Employee Program (FEP)

exposure dollars for its inclusion in other investigations which led to the successful prosecutions of retrieving money from the FEHB

program as well as other OPMOIG program investigations.

US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General (OIG), Washington, DC
Law Enforcement Training and Equipment Specialist - 2008–2011
Served as national training coordinator in charge of various programs including the research, testing, procurement and implementation

of ballistic vests; first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillator (AED); credentialing;

government-owned fleet management law enforcement vehicles; and physical security
Worked with other special agents in researching, testing, and implementing newer technologies to provide direct assistance to the ever

-evolving world of keeping up-to-date with law enforcement equipment trends
Performed extensive research, writing and editing, as well as delivering various law enforcement investigative research documents

regarding the criminal tactics and techniques that were discovered nationwide through other law enforcement liaison efforts and reports

to keep the special agents abreast of the latest trends, tactics, and procedures the criminals were utilizing against law enforcement

officers
Managed budgetary proposals for the programs and submitted the programs that needed further allocations of money to enable reduction of

the new budget received
Directed the reorganization of the agency’s credentialing program by processing materials which included photographs and other

identifying forms; as well as by modifying the input and tracking of database information, thereby saving money from cost of work
Took charge of HHSOIG’s physical security program in monitoring the compliance with national standards by maintaining a tracking system

of keys and cores used across the HHSOIG field and regional offices; provided exceptional support with the agency’s national keying

system throughout the country
Monitored the adherence of regional and field office locations to the organizational policies and procedures by carrying out extensive

region-level site investigations
Revised various forms to manage and organize various law enforcement functions, including monthly vehicle reporting worksheet and

credit card tracking forms
Reorganized other training-related programs within the National Training Operations Branch and determined equipment needs for joint

agencies, personnel, and task force groups throughout the country; including Care Fraud Prevention and Enforcement Action Team,

Emergency Support Function 13 (ESF-13), and Strike Force Teams
Notable Accomplishments:
Drafted, implemented, and maintained SOPs for several programs as well as tracked databases to ensure maintenance of daily operational

aspects of program management
Developed and employed description of law enforcement training and equipment specialist used in hiring additional staff under the same

job title
Oversaw the law enforcement liaison program while revising the outdated HHSOIG coin which was used as a backdrop in the training

facility while agents facilitated officer training sessions
Enforced the Emergency Support Function 13 (ESF-13) role in collaboration with other equipment for the deployed personnel, newly hired

personnel, and other essential personnel requiring needed equipment
Functioned as the primary driver for HHSOIG senior management personnel, requiring flexibility to drop off and pick up at various

locations throughout DC

US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General (OIG), Washington, DC
Investigations | Policy Analyst - 2007–2008
Assisted all criminal investigators in handling healthcare-related fraud cases through research and special projects
Formulated accurate directives and manuals, which included congressional reports and other internal agency instructions associated with

healthcare fraud enforcement to ensure that investigative and administrative policies and procedures were updated
Supported all team leaders in establishing the inspection process while carrying out agent interviews, technical surveillance equipment

reviews, logs and files documentation, and administrative training filing
Guaranteed precision in collecting and assessing the complex technical information for the preparation of written reports and documents

with recommendations to the management for problem resolution
Notable Accomplishments:
Played an integral role as a member of the Regional Inspection Team, that successfully inspected equipment, interviewed employees, and

assessed their capabilities and overall performance for the maintenance of government-issued equipment, thus enhancing the overall

equipment maintenance and communication
Directly supported the staff in managing semi-annual reports to the US Congress which aided the HHSOIG in securing their budget

requests, while presenting the material in a transparent way for taxpayers.
Established numerous HHSOIG policies that are still currently being followed from the calendar which saved costs to the government as

well as enhanced time management.
Successfully enhanced several HHSOIG forms which led to the significant savings of government money by minimizing the costs of printing

and streamlining time management for individuals accessing the forms

L3 Communications, Expeditionary Operations / Titan Group, Stafford, VA; Marine Corps Base, Quantico, VA
Intelligence Analysis Trainer | Biometrics Trainer - 2006–2007
Assumed full responsibility in preparing and submitting program schedules while testing, training, and developing plans for the

Intelligence Analysis Systems Family of Systems (IASFOS) project
Ensured accuracy in reviewing and editing After Action Reviews and monthly standard reports (MSR) for quality assurance after project

approval
Configured the software installation and upgrades on servers and laptops and monitored the maintenance of servers and client machines

for the project
Completed the development and update of the system’s user and administrator’s manual for MarineLink and IntelTracker database

applications
Offered direct support in creating a quick reference guide for MarineLink and IntelTracker and rendered HTML help files upon the

release of new builds
Interacted with Biometric Automated Toolset Family of Systems (BAT FOS) project officer in providing exceptional support to equipment

training, lesson plan assessment, issue troubleshooting, and feedback management
Notable Accomplishment:
Leveraged expertise in handling more than $10M worth of government property without loss as well as some classified government

materials without security lapses
Minimized civilian and coalition fatalities by working closely with two other developers in formulating and implementing software for

the US Marine Corps (USMC) Intelligence overseas
Functioned as the point of contact on biometrics training for USMC personnel which allowed the identification of valued targets, thus

reducing attacks against coalition and civilian personnel overseas
Showcased and maximized the use of biometric scanning systems in forward theaters of operation by creating the biometrics training at

the Marin Day at MCB Quantico


Education:

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Intelligence Studies, Minor in Criminal Intelligence, GPA: 3.85, Graduated with Honors
American Military University, Manassas, VA



Professional Development

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Glynco, GA
Advanced Interviewing for Law Enforcement | Inspector General Investigator
Criminal Investigator | Operations Security for Public Safety Agencies
Counterterrorism | Physical Security Training Program Certification
American Red Cross, Hyattsville, MD
Lay Responder First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) | Fundamentals of Instructor

Training Certification
CPR and AED Adult and Child plus CPR–Infant Certification
Standard First Aid Certification
United States Army Intelligence Center, Fort Huachuca, AZ; Fort Hood, TX
Intelligence Analysis Refresher | Primary Leadership Development (PLDC)
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator’s | Standard Army Training Systems
Ground Surveillance Systems Courses


Affiliations:
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Skills:
Areas of Expertise

Antiterrorism and Counterterrorism Operations | Physical and Personal Security | Intelligence and Analysis
Security and Safety Program Planning | Emergency Preparedness and Safety Initiatives
Policy Development and Implementation | Interagency Collaboration | Criminal Investigation and Interview
International Cooperative Security Procedures | Security and Investigation | Regulatory Compliance


Additional Information:

Activities

Boy Scouts of America



Technical Acumen

Microsoft Office Applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and FrontPage)
FalconView | Crimelink | C2ISR | Analyst’s Notebook 6.0 | LexisNexis | Adobe Acrobat Pro


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