Friday, September 21, 2012

Name: Craig Senzon


Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, 1995

Systems Acquisition Management (ACQ101 and ACQ 201a) online via Defense Acquisition University
Project Management Professional (PMP) certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI)
Trained in Lean Six Sigma


Engineering Solutions and Products LLC, Eatontown, NJ 12/2010 – Present
Global 2 – Functional Manager
Manage cost, performance, and schedule for Global task orders for Blue Force Tracking (BFT) in Korea and Europe.
Received an award from the Chief Executive Officer for winning $10M of new business that included hiring 40 personnel in support of the Army’s Movement Tracking System (MTS) and Joint Capabilities Release – Logistics (JCR-Log). Oversaw successful subcontract transition from Westar/ QinetiQ North America (QNA) to Integration Innovation, Inc. (i3) in support of Airborne Battle Command/Army Airborne Command and Control System.

Engineering Solutions and Products, Inc. (CACI), Fort Monmouth 05/2008 - 12/2010
Senior Logistician
Selected by the Senior Civilian Logistics Chief to serve as Operations Lead and Acting Deputy for the Readiness Division of the Army’s multi-billion-dollar Blue Force Tracking Project Office.

Engineering Solutions and Products, Inc., Eatontown 07/2007 - 05/2008
Updated and posted ESP’s revised government property manual in conjunction with the successful DCMA audit.

TEK Systems (Computer Sciences Corp), US Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ 07/2004 – 06/2007
Commended by senior civilian and military leaders to include a 4-star Army General for synchronizing the overall training and fielding of multi-million-dollar communications packages to deploying Army units.

The Home Depot, Watchung, NJ 06/2002 – 07/2004
Led 200 store associates with $50M in annual sales.

MCI WorldCom Global Project Management, Piscataway, NJ 07/2000 – 06/2002
Project Manager
Saved Dow Corning $1M by migrating to a 75-site International Frame Relay Network.
Provided Communications Training to 100 Project Managers.

US Army Officer, Military Intelligence 06/1995 – 06/2000

US Army, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Managed $50 million worth of equipment and 20 soldiers with 13 different specialties capable of collecting and analyzing foreign weapons, vehicles, and communications-electronics. Trained two Army Reserve companies for successful deployment to Bosnia. Regularly commanded 50 soldiers and 10 civilians in commander’s absence.

US Army, Fort Meade, MD
Managed property valued in excess of $2 million and executed a $300,000 budget to provide equipment support to a counterintelligence battalion dispersed among 25 offices nationwide. Implemented tracking system to establish control of equipment worth $50K. Negotiated installation support contracts to save $15K in recurring annual costs. This included 1st Lieutenant service as a Company Executive Officer (XO) and Captain service as a Battalion S4.

US Army, Germany
Requirements Management and Dissemination Officer
Coordinated communication among intelligence analysts in the Analysis Control Element (ACE) and requesters throughout the United States Army in Europe.

US Army, South Korea
Intelligence and Security Manager
Responsible for intelligence estimates, unit threat training, and security for an infantry battalion 3km from the DMZ.

Fatally ill Professor's Last Lecture