Regional ATFP Program Manager Navy Region Mid-Atlantic
Systems & Applications Technology, INC
Planned, executed, and sustained projects for the United States Naval Region Mid-Atlantic as a contractor under the Naval Facilities (NAVFAC) Headquarters Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection (ATFP) Ashore Program Office located at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington DC. Working with a multi-million dollar regional budget, responsibilities revolved around the construction and implementation of greater force protection and emergency management cutting-edge product suites approved directly by the Commander Naval Installations Command (CNIC) in Washington DC.
KEY CONTRIBUTIONS & ACHIEVEMENTS:
·Planned and successfully executed a total of 32 projects in a two year period while overseeing, the life-cycle of 52 different Family of Systems (FOS). This lead to the presentation of the NAVFAC ATFP “Speed and Agility” Award for Program Excellence that was presented by the ATFP Program Manager. Praised as one the top Program Managers in my position, in parallel with other managers in various Naval Regions that have 15-20 years experience; and the only Project Manager with experience in eProjects, Microsoft Projects, and various other Project Management tools.
·Lead Client relationships by organizing and executing a three week ATFP Roadshow that brought the Program to 18 Naval installations in the Mid-Atlantic Region and the customer base. The effect was a 75% drop in pushback from the local installations with regards to project execution that was previously created due to lack of knowledge and the lack of faith on return on investment. Customer surveys were distributed and resulted in a new all-time high for satisfaction of the ATFP Program with an overwhelming 17 out of 18 positive responses; becoming the Clients main Point of Contact for all matters.·Oversaw the authoring, review, and eventual acceptance of over 15 ATFP Request for Proposals prior to being submitted to four defense-based contractors leading to a successful savings of over $4.6 million dollars in labor, materials, and timeline deviations necessary to bring the project from execution to life-cycle status.