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Supply Chain Management & Logistics Professional for REMOTE ONLY (Nationwide)

available afternoons
available evenings
available mornings
available weekdays
education completed: bachelors

DERRICK E. GREEN
( Address & Phone Number Reserved )


SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

• 18 Years of Experience operating in various aspect of Federal Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Privacy Management, FOIA, Records Management, and Administrative Operations.
• Comprehensive knowledge of Federal Administrative Regulation (FAR Parts 45 and 52), principles, laws and trends.
• United States Military Veteran – Service Connected.
• Excellence in people skills, written/oral communication skills, and customer service.
• Excellence in planning, organizing, prioritizing work, and allocating resources.
• Currently holding an Active Public Trust Security Clearance.
• Able to travel.


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Independent Virtual Consultant ( November 2020 – March 2021)
Government Supply Chain Management
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs ( Short-term )
New Orleans, LA
• Provided guidance and strategies on matters pertaining to Federal Logistics, Procurement, Property Accountability and Supply Chain Management Program for assembling procurement packages for Industrial Property (GFE ) to be used in the performance of government contracts.
• Implemented Industrial Property Management policies and tasks driven by the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
• Provided technical expertise and information resources to Acquisitions professionals, Contracting Officer Representatives and Contractors.


Logistics Management Analyst (June 2019 – November 2020)
Government Supply Chain Management
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - FEMA (Contractor)
New Orleans, LA (Remote to Washington, DC)
• Provided guidance and strategies on matters pertaining to Federal Logistics, Procurement, Property Accountability and Supply Chain Management Program for assembling procurement packages for Industrial Property (GFE ) to be used in the performance of government contracts.
• Implemented Industrial Property Management policies and tasks driven by the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
• Provided technical expertise and information resources to Acquisitions professionals, Contracting Officer Representatives and Contractors.
• Monitored Federal Logistics, Procurement, Property Accountability and Supply Chain Management Program for Organization Headquarters and off-site locations, which included managing government property, inventory, associated assets, equipment, contracts, services and responsible-personnel (accounts) located in multiple directorates.
• Managed automated logistics systems and databases for asset inventory, ordering, receiving, monitoring, inspecting, auditing, shipping, accountability, discrepancy-reporting, and disposal of government property, assets, equipment and responsible personnel.
• Implemented Industrial Property Management policies and tasks driven by the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
• Provided a variety of technical supply expertise to members of the FEMA Logistics Management Directorate.
• Determined stock levels needed for nonrecurring, specialized items based on usage, inventory, project demands, seasonal demands, changing customer needs and projected depletions.
• Developed and implemented new policies, procedures, and approaches driven by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Defense (DoD) policies, and government-wide regulations.
• Conducted extensive and exhaustive research of catalog databases to locate more cost effective, available substitutes and new products.
• Served as a liaison and administrator between Contractors, Contract Officers, Clients, and representatives.
• Deployed to multiple regions throughout the agency to conduct program reviews and audits of subordinate supply chain management programs.




Records & Privacy Management Analyst (November 2014 – June 2019)
Logistics Management Analyst
Logistics Management Service
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Southeast Louisiana Veterans Healthcare System
New Orleans, LA

• Received Outstanding rating on most recent evaluations with regard to Privacy Management, Records Management, and Logistics Management.
• Monitored Federal Logistics, Property Accountability and Supply Chain Management Program for Organization Headquarters and off-site locations, which included managing property, inventory, associated assets, equipment, contracts, services and responsible-personnel (accounts) located in multiple directorates.
• Served as an advisor to provide technical and administrative guidance on complex privacy and disclosure issues with regard to Records Management.
• Managed automated logistics systems and databases for asset inventory, ordering, receiving, monitoring, inspecting, auditing, shipping, accountability, discrepancy-reporting, and disposal of government property, assets, equipment and responsible personnel.
• Performed oversight for the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Healthcare System (SLVHCS) records management program, regardless of the medium (paper, film, electronic/email or other format) or information systems in which records are generated.
• Initiated, developed, and implemented facility Records Management, Privacy, and Freedom of Information Act ( FOIA ) policies and procedures in accordance with VA and VHA policy, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and other applicable federal laws and regulations.
• Developed privacy-related Records Management policies to accommodate nationwide applications to both internal and external customers.
• Provided consultation and guidance to service line records liaisons, program directors, departments, and facility concerning NARA (National Archives and Records Administration) regulatory compliance, Records Control Schedules and Privacy Management Operations.
• Planned, coordinated, and established operating methods and procedures for accomplishment of the SLVHCS Records Management program mission; as needed, and directed the development and accomplishment of employee training relating to the program.
• Initiated and maintained relationships with supporting services, contractors, vendors, and Records/Privacy Management personnel (locally and across other regions of the VHA/VBA) to maximize efficiency and access to information for the effectiveness of the Records Management program deliverables.
• Met with leadership to define, initiate, and strategize program goals and objectives.
• Conducted periodic quality control reviews, compliance audits, risk assessments, and surveys that were used to measure the effectiveness of electronic systems and for the usage within the general Records Management program improvement purposes.
• Conducted briefings and prepared comprehensive reports to keep managers and executives advised of the RM program’s plans and progress to communicate findings and recommendations as it related to Records Management-related contracts (Logistics).
• Generated reports through the use of automated systems, which included the VHA Quarterly FSA (Facility Self Assessment) to analyze employee and management compliance of Records Management and RM-Related Privacy Management practices throughout the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Healthcare System and its seven outlying health clinics.
• Researched, developed, and implemented new policies, procedures, and approaches driven by agency regulations.
• Served as liaison between office personnel, contractors and vendors on all Records Management-related initiatives and actions.
• Performed physical pickups, shipping, receiving, stocking, transport of records management boxes (containing sealed records) and initiated disposal of expired records as needed in accordance with VA, NARA, and Federal Management Regulations.
• Participated in planning, developing, and Records forces on privacy issues including Veterans Health Administration and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) directives.
• Served as an advisor to provide technical and administrative guidance on complex privacy and disclosure issues with regard to Records Management.
• Planned, developed, coordinated and established operating methods and procedures for accomplishment of the privacy mission and implement the privacy program objectives.
• Served as a liaison to internal and external customers to clarify and resolve issues such as Privacy and Civil Liberties Assessments, data loss incidents, identity theft.
• Planned and conducted educational training sessions on Privacy and eGovernment Acts requirements.
• Conducted risk assessments and determined appropriate remediation actions. Analyzed data to evaluate program risks or vulnerabilities of disclosure and privacy breaches. Prepared communication products/reports highlighting risks and mitigation strategies.
• Ensured Privacy in securing systems, such as SharePoint, Shared Drives, and Common Access Databases to avoid security breeches and preserve Personnel Protective Information.


Logistics and Procurement Analyst and September 2009 – October 2014
Industrial Property Management Specialist (GS 12/2)
U.S. Department of Homeland Security – FEMA
Washington, DC

• Monitored Federal Logistics, Procurement, Property Accountability and Supply Chain Management Program for Organization Headquarters and off-site locations, which included managing more than 100 million dollars in government property, inventory, associated assets, equipment, contracts, services and responsible-personnel (accounts) located in multiple directorates.
• Managed automated logistics systems and databases for asset inventory, ordering, receiving, monitoring, inspecting, auditing, shipping, accountability, discrepancy-reporting, and disposal of government property, assets, equipment and responsible personnel.
• Implemented Industrial Property Management policies and tasks driven by the Federal Acquisition Regulation ( FAR Parts 45 and 52 ).
• Provided a variety of technical supply expertise to members of the FEMA Logistics Management Directorate.
• Determined stock levels needed for nonrecurring, specialized items based on usage, inventory, project demands, seasonal demands, changing customer needs and projected depletions.
• Developed and implemented new policies, procedures, and approaches driven by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Defense (DoD) policies, and government-wide regulations.
• Conducted extensive and exhaustive research of catalog databases to locate more cost effective, available substitutes and new products.
• Served as a liaison and administrator between Contractors, Contract Officers, Clients, and representatives.
• Deployed to multiple regions throughout the agency to conduct program reviews and audits of subordinate supply chain management programs.


Logistics Analyst – Supply Chain Management (GS 12/1) June 2007 – August 2009
U.S. Department of Homeland Security – FEMA
New Orleans, LA

• Monitored Federal Logistics, Property Accountability and Supply Management Program for Organization Headquarters and off-site locations, which included managing more than 100 million dollars in government property, inventory, associated assets, equipment, contracts, services and responsible-personnel (accounts) located in multiple directorates.
• Managed automated logistics systems and databases for asset inventory, ordering, receiving, monitoring, inspecting, auditing, shipping, accountability, discrepancy-reporting, and disposal of government property, assets, equipment and responsible personnel.
• Provided a variety of technical supply expertise to members of the FEMA Logistics Management Directorate.
• Determined stock levels needed for nonrecurring, specialized items based on usage, inventory, project demands, seasonal demands, changing customer needs and projected depletions.
• Developed and implemented new policies, procedures, and approaches driven by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Defense (DoD) policies, and government-wide regulations.
• Conducted extensive and exhaustive research of catalog databases to locate more cost effective, available substitutes and new products.
• Served as a liaison and administrator between Contractors, Contract Officers, Clients, and representatives.
• Worked with Shipping-and-Receiving team members to prepare inventory procedures, audits and participated in the inventory process.
• Reviewed new regulations and directives to determine their impact on administrative program areas.
• Conducted comprehensive analysis of multiple directorates (within the agency) to determine who should be appointed as assistant property custodial officers of each department / field office and provided training for all appointees.
• Initiated hand receipt accounts, appointment of Custodial Officers, Site Activity / Accounting Codes, Reports of Survey, Lateral Transfers, Physical Security Operations, Physical Inventories, Cyclic and Wall-to-Wall Inventories, and Reconciliation Reports.
• Conducted research within multiple directorates and program areas to identify and correct adverse asset accountability and supply management trends.
• Initiated and participated in meetings with Custodial Officers, assessed training needs of asset management personnel and presented business process recommendations to upper management.


Unit Supply and Property Book Officer April 2000 – May 2007
(Government Property and Asset Visibility)
United States Army

• Served as a Property Book Official and Financial Liability Officer for Unit Headquarters and off-site locations, which included monitoring more than 50 million dollars in government property, equipment, and responsible personnel located in multiple cities.
• Initiated, organized and conducted security, physical security and loss prevention operations.
• Served as Logistics, Acquisitions and, inventory coordinator for unit headquarters.
• Served as liaison between contracting officers, contractors, vendors, and agency representatives.
• Developed, implemented and maintained a comprehensive government property control system to ensure the protection, preservation and proper use of Federal Inventory and assets abroad.
• Completed reconciliation reports for special inventories.
• Implemented and enforced standards for physical security IAW federal laws and regulations.
• Operated computers and maintained automated logistics system for ordering, receiving, inventory management and disposition of supplies, assets, WEAPONS, AMMUNITION, and responsible personnel.
• Developed plans, procedures, and identified supply requirements for assigned programs.
• Initiated meetings and organized committees to research, monitor, and improve logistical costs.
• Communicated through written memorandums, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point to report annual status of government property in contractor’s custody; monitored submission, verified accuracy and generated command reports.
• Operated administrative aspects of Unit Mail Room as a collateral duty.


RELATED EDUCATION BELOW

• Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration, Southern University, New Orleans -2007
• Certificate, IND 100, Government / Contract Property (Inventory Management) Administration and Disposition Fundamentals - Defense Acquisition University, Kettering, OH, 2011
• Certificate, CON 100, Shaping Smart Business Arrangements, Defense Acquisition University, Online, 2011
• Certificate, FEMA Logistics Information Management System (LIMS) and LIMS Mobile Course, Baton Rouge, LA, 2009
• Certificate, Basic Property and Inventory Management Course, Baton Rouge, LA, 2009
• Certificate, Property Custodial Officer Course, Baton Rouge, LA, 2009
• Certificate, Government Purchase Card (Credit Card) Holder Course, New Orleans, LA 2008
• Certificate, Leadership and Management Course, U.S. Army – Germany - 2005
• Certificate, Safety Officer Course, OSHA Certified, U.S. Army – Germany - 2005
• Certificate, Automated Logistics Systems Course, U.S. Army Quartermaster Academy, Fort Lee, VA, 2000
• Diploma, John F. Kennedy High School, New Orleans, LA, 1999.
• Certificate, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) Conservatory, New Orleans, LA, 1998.
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