• Provided valuable advice to the Corps Acquisition Review Board, facilitating the approval of over $250 million in contracts and spending requests.
  • Supported key priorities of V Corps, including theater-setting, infrastructure improvements, and force protection, resulting in the delivery of new unit capabilities.
  • Enforced the requirement for activity funding estimates and award competition, leading to cost savings of over $80,000 compared to previous 5-year expenditures for the U.S. Army.
  • Successfully managed, supervised, and executed over 80 awards totaling more than $4 million without any protests, directly supporting Soldiers and mission objectives at three installations.
  • Identified deficiencies and maintained a 100% readiness rate for contingency equipment, ensuring that the contract team had the necessary tools to execute its global mission.
  • Prepared DCMA Boston for the Management Readiness Team (MRT), coordinating the collection and submission of more than 700 contract files.
  • Demonstrated exceptional dedication by investing personal hours during end-of-year contracting to meet suspenses for customer requirements.
  • Developed and implemented various contract management tools that reduced contract closeout delinquencies by 50%.
  • Maintained 100% accountability and security of Government and Contractor Acquired equipment valued at over $5,500,000.
  • Administered contracts worth $13.7 million, including closeouts that resulted in cost savings exceeding $10,000.00 in expenses and interest payments for the government.
  • Trained joint personnel on financial reporting systems such as EDA, EFR, and Myinvoice, achieving 100% self-sufficiency in determining funding commitments.
  • Volunteered for the first contracting team deployed to Africa in support of Operation United Assistance (OUA), demonstrating adaptability and readiness with just four days of preparation.
  • Executed and administered 22 contracts valued at $923,842.00, providing mission-critical support to over 3,000 soldiers during the Ebola response in West Africa.
  • Streamlined payment and cost transfer procedures for off-site tenant activities, ensuring 100% execution during fiscal year 2022 and creating additional funding availability.
  • Leveraged articulate communication abilities to train five Contracting Officer Representatives (COR), enabling the 101st BSB to successfully accomplish its humanitarian mission in Senegal.
  • Negotiated changes in local African contracts to improve operational effectiveness and reduce costs for the OUA mission, allowing the command to reallocate funds as needed.
  • Recognized as a subject matter expert for GFEBS, compiling over 70 reports valued at $84 million dollars, assisting joint personnel in prioritizing closeouts for the Command’s top priorities.
  • Conducted training for joint personnel on financial reporting systems, resulting in 100% self-sufficiency in determining funding commitments.
  • Successfully executed 21 critical contract actions valued at over $850,000 for various installation activities during Fiscal Year closeout operations.
  • Completed the Contracting Officer’s Representative course, submitting monthly audits on time and improving the professional relationship with DCMA (Defense Contract Management Agency).
  • Trained all assigned billing officials and cardholders on their respective roles and responsibilities.
  • Facilitated the purchase and installation of targets worth over $150,000 to support the ground liaison officer overseeing the operational readiness of the A10C deployed in support of Operation Anvil Tree.
  • Enforced SHARP/EO (Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention/Equal Opportunity) programs, resulting in a command climate that exceeded Army demographics as reported by the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute.
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