Dean F. Marshall Jr., CPL
Lead Product Support Integration Manager
- 1700 Williams Drive Apt. 100 Oxnard, CA 93036
- Cell: (229) 296-3340 Official U.S. Government Passport U.S. Citizen Clearance Secret Highest Grade Held GS-13
Exceptionally skilled senior Lead Product Support Integration Manager, with years of program management, DoD acquisition and sustainment policy, product support, budget, and international logistics experience working with high-level supply chain and logistics issues. Understands the complexity of product support, logistical planning and execution. Expert in coordinating the forward movement and reverse logistics of military equipment from CONUS and OCONUS operating bases. Highly skilled in leading and executing long and short-range projects, while managing the supply chain and implementing metrics at all organizational levels. Proficient in qualitative and quantitative analytical methodologies to assimilate information to make factually based decisions. Outstanding interpersonal skills; strives to improve communication and partnerships through application of active listening skills in understanding issues, identifying barriers, and determining the right course of action. Recognized as a Certified Professional Logistician (CPL) by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and Demonstrated Master Logistician (DML) by the International Society of Logistics.
The management board serves as the subject matter expert board for acquisition, fielding, sustainment, and overhaul of Acquisition Category (ACAT) I and II PM Motor Transport military equipment. The board's mission is to improve the operations, supply chain, and logistics of the Product Support Integration Branch (EX421).The tenets of the board include advising NAVFAC and NEPO leadership (e.g. Captains, Admirals, GS-15s). Integrated product support planning is conducted weekly with updates to the risk management plan, integrated master work schedule, FACTASK, and spend/procurement Plan.
The board serves as the advisory board for DoD acquisition and sustainment policy, logistics, supply chain management, and product support management. Since inception, the board's mission is to promote a knowledgeable workforce for leadership and highly trained employees. The tenets of the board include advising logistics management specialist, equipment specialist, U.S. Marines, contractors, and Entry Level Employees (ELE). Aspects of training, coordinating support with external stakeholders e.g. Marine Corps Logistics Command (MCLC), Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), etc., and human capital succession planning are consistently addressed.
Logistics Supervisor: Donald Miller Phone: (805) 982-2405 Motor Transport Supervisor: Veronica Omoto (805) 651-0967
Senior product support integration manager charged with improving and modernizing the supply chain and logistics operations of the Product Support Integration Branch (EX421). Integrate structured product support management per Secretary of Defense 10 U.S.C. 2337 for Program Manager (PM) Motor Transport (e.g. MRAP, MTVR, JLTV, HMMWV, HTT, Trailers, LSSV, commercial vehicles, and special purpose vehicles). Implement project, supply chain, and operational leadership in support of the Logistics Department (EX4) and Department of Defense (DoD) objectives. Providing overarching logistics support for the DoD by guiding and coordinating the activities and output of Integrated Product Support (IPS) Elements and Product Support Providers (PSP).
Logistics Supervisor: Juan Saucedo, Phone: (703) 432-4141
Senior logistics lead planning, developing and managing operations for Intelligence equipment maintenance and scheduling for Program Manager Marine Intelligence, to include national and international weapon system support. Intelligence equipment encompasses smart technology capable of gathering (e.g. terrestrial, space, electronic warfare, sensors, surveillance, GPS, and multi-modal biometrics equipment) multiple sources of intelligence and disseminating them through IT systems (e.g. servers, top-secret software, plotters, and encrypted communications security (COMSEC). Incorporate successful project management for provisioning the Intelligence portfolio of programs, ensuring supply chains are robust with key performance indicators (KPI); displaying current operational status. Provided program, technical, and operational leadership ensuring initiatives were aligned to strategic goals of the Program Manager and Department of the Navy objectives. Selected for and completed the highly competitive Life Cycle Executive Leadership Program (LCELP). This program focused on the business aspects of managing product and system life cycles; thus reducing logistics costs. Tacit knowledge attained from the program have been successfully administered to the Program Management Office (PMO).
Logistics Supervisor: Rega Reid, Phone: (571) 238-3064
Marine Intelligence Acquisition Logistics Manager, and after successful completion of the highly competitive Naval Acquisition Development Program (NADP), served as Acquisition Logistics Manager. Logistics Technical Leader for development and oversight of acquisition and sustainment of Intelligence equipment and subsystems sustainment development. Managed all facets of logistics acquisition; i.e. budget submittals, budget execution, global sustainment development, and integration with Intelligence equipment, production requirements, statement of work, Critical Design Reviews, Acquisition Strategy, Low Rate Initial Production contractual requirements, and all Integrated Product Support (IPS) Elements. Selected for and completed a special command objective in research and evaluation of the Defense Logistics Agency Logistics Information Service provisioning process. After successful completion, I authored an article for the Assistant Commander Acquisition Logistics and Product Support (AC ALPS) titled, "Defense Logistics Agency Logistics Information Services Provisioning."
Rural Carrier providing advanced customer service to 452 residents daily. Strategically cased mail in the office according to the schematics of the route. Accepted, collected, and delivered on the postal route all classes of mail, including registered, insured, certified, special delivery, cash on delivery, express mail, parcels, customs mail, and delivery confirmation mail. Selected to train and mentor Rural Carrier Associates on postal routes in the community. Selected to deliver Express Mail; considering I knew the topographical schematics of the county.
Golden Key International Honor Society
Delta Epsilon Tau International Honor Society
Sigma Alpha Pi, National Society of Leadership and Success