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Saturday, July 6, 2013

CRAIG N. SENZON, PMP

Bridgewater, NJ Craig.Senzon@gmail.com 732-369-6169

Experience Summary:

Graduated West Point with a Minor in Systems Engineering before serving as a Staff Officer in support of Army Intelligence, Operations, and Logistics. Certified as a Project Management Professional while leading engineers to implement cutting-edge technologies for clients’ telecommunications networks. Embedded in a Program Executive Office as a contractor with a technical, operational, and logistical focus on synchronizing the testing, training, and fielding of tactical communications packages to deploying soldiers. Active SECRET Security Clearance.

Professional History:

The Mayvin Consulting Group, Inc. (Alion Science and Technology and Booz Allen Hamilton subcontractor)
Management Consultant, Armament Research Development and Engineering Center, RoadHawk Program
Picatinny Arsenal, NJ Jan-Jun 2013

• Developed, disseminated, and updated an action tracker which provided the team with a shared situational awareness of the mission status and set clear expectations for the multiple Joint organizations involved
• Effectively managed relationships with outside organizations to include the Army Spectrum Management Office (ASMO) to set the conditions for achieving the required certification for RoadHawk radar to radiate
• Worked with the National Security Agency (NSA) to identify and procure encryption hardware and software keys to enable secure transmissions by RoadHawk’s Common Data Links (CDLs)
• Initiated staffing within ARDEC to determine the Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) non-applicability for RoadHawk overseas

Engineering Solutions and Products, LLC
Project Manager, Eatontown, NJ 2011-2012

• Received an award from the CEO for transitioning over 40 personnel to support the Army’s Movement Tracking System (MTS) and Joint Capabilities Release (JCR)
• Successfully executed a subcontractor transition for the Army Airborne Command and Control System
• Updated and published a government property accountability manual resulting in successful Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) audits
• Exceeded customer requirements with graphs of Earned Value for Labor and Other Direct Costs

Engineering Solutions and Products, LLC (CACI subcontractor)
Operations Lead and Acting Deputy Logistics Chief, Fort Monmouth, NJ 2008-2010

• Selected by the Civilian Logistics Chief to serve as the Operations Lead and Acting Deputy for the Readiness Division of the Army’s multi-billion-dollar Blue Force Tracking (BFT) Project Office
• Coordinated with the Pentagon and deployed unit leaders as the lead action officer for staffing and executing Joint, Coalition, and Operational Needs Statements (JUONSs, CONSs, and ONSs)
• Selected by the Readiness Division Chief as the Joint Battle Command – Platform (JBC-P) logistics lead
• Supported a successful JBC-P Acquisition Milestone B Decision by integrating the Life Cycle Support Plan (LCSP) with a Core Logistics/Level Of Repair Analysis (LORA) and the Item Unique Identification (IUID)
• Chosen by the Deputy Readiness Chief as the lead for the Joint Capabilities Release (JCR) Materiel Fielding Plan (MFP) that included a Tiered Maintenance Plan and Performance-Based Agreements (PBAs)  
TEKsystems (Computer Sciences Corporation subcontractor)
Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA), Fort Monmouth, NJ 2004-2007

• 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
• Pioneered processes for the Unit Set Fielding of communications systems to the Army, in which the Communications Electronic Command evolved from an individual to a system-of-systems approach
• Documented and briefed deploying units on the Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS) Operational Event-Trace Description (OV-6c) per the Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF)

The Home Depot
Assistant Store Manager / Store Leadership Program (SLP), Watchung, NJ 2002-2004

• Completed a two-year on-the-job "Retail MBA" that included Six Sigma (6σ) training project participation
• Led 200 store associates with $50M in annual sales
• Selected to THD competitive Store Leadership Program based on General Electric's 6σ Black Belt training

MCI WorldCom
Project Manager, Piscataway, NJ 2000-2002

• Saved Dow Corning $1M by migrating to a 75-site International Frame Relay network
• Created Gantt charts using Microsoft Project to set customer expectations at initial project kick-offs
• Successfully managed implementations of Virtual, Private, and Asynchronous Transfer Mode networks
• Selected in April 2001 as Project Manager of the Month
• Certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) by mastering Earned Value Management (EVM)

United States Army
Intelligence/Logistics Staff/Executive Officer, Korea/Germany/Aberdeen and Fort Meade, MD 1995-2000

• Led 50 Soldiers and 10 civilians with diverse skills and backgrounds as the acting Company Commander
• Served as Assistant S2 of an Infantry Battalion and S4 OIC of Intelligence / Counterintelligence Battalions
• Executed a $300K budget to equip a Counterintelligence Battalion dispersed among 25 offices nationwide
• Negotiated Installation Support Contracts that resulted in a net savings of $15K in recurring annual costs
• Created and briefed Courses Of Action (COAs) to support the Military Decision-Making Process (MDMP)
• Provided Intelligence Estimates, Threat Training, and Security inspections/audits of subordinate companies

Education:

Bachelor of Science with a Minor in Systems Engineering, United States Military Academy at West Point 1995

Certification:

Project Management Professional (PMP) certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI)

Professional Development Training:

ACQ 101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management
ACQ 201A Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course
CLB 014 Acquisition Reporting Concepts and Policy Requirements
CLC 112 Contractors Accompanying the Force
CLE 004 Introduction to Lean Enterprise Concepts
CLE 007 Lean Six Sigma (6σ) for Manufacturing
CLE 008 Six Sigma (6σ): Concepts and Processes
CLE 025 Information Assurance (IA)

Fatally ill Professor's Last Lecture

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