Position: Knowledge Engineer/Business Process AnalystClearance: Top Secret
Ms. Moore has over 16 years of experience across government consulting, association management, andlaw enforcement. Ms. Moore has spent the last four years working for the Department of Defenseproviding Business Process Analysis and Knowledge Engineering services to Washington HeadquartersServices and the National Defense University, Center for Joint and Strategic Logistics (CJSL). Prior toher government support work, she spent ten years working as an association executive for numerousnon-profit organizations providing leadership and guidance in the areas of communications, marketing,business development, and legislative affairs and previously worked for the North Carolina Department of Corrections at the Pitt County Regional Detention Center.
Recent Professional Capabilities and Relevant Technical ExperienceBooz Allen Hamilton,
presentCenter for Joint and Strategic Logistics(CJSL) at the National Defense UniversityKnowledge Manager
Currently serving as the Knowledge Manager for CJSL, Ms. Moore supports the Logistics Community toinclude the
and other components of the logistics community. She serves as the knowledgemanagement lead in a joint environment, managing and interfacing with other contractors to developCJSL capabilities to enhance information sharing and create a knowledge base repository (MURA &SharePoint on Intelink) for the logistics community. Ms. Moore has developed metadata categories, sitedesigns, and executed test plans and procedures to ensure sites and applications work according todocumented requirements. In addition, Ms. Moore has provided recommendations and implementedsolutions using web 2.0 capabilities such as wikis, workspaces, and collaboration sites. She alsodeveloped the CJSL CONOPS plan, a SLA/MOU between CJSL and NDU ITD, and managed thecreation of the Center's new logo. Ms. Moore responds creatively and acts with initiative to recommendalternative approaches or solutions to promote a collaborative environment making it easier to exchangeideas, lessons learned, and best practices within the logistics community.
2011Washington Headquarters Services (WHS)Tasker Integration Service (TIS)Business Rules/FunctionalSupport
As a member of the Tasker Integration Service (TIS) team, Ms. Moore supported the Community of Interest, Business Rules, and Technical Working Groups by participating in requirements gatheringprocesses, intellectual capital creation and storage processes, pre-adoption, and integration of a taskingservice to assist DoD organizations such as AFDW, WHS, NGB, USMC, NAVY, CPMS, TRANSCOM,EUCOM, PACOM, MDA, and others to communicate using their existing task management systems. Inaddition, she managed the Intelink wiki site for this community and was responsible for organizing andmaintaining the SharePoint Document repository, posting communications to the community, andmaintaining a contact list of all members within the community.
2011 Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH)Systems Engineering and IntegrationTeam Member
Ms. Moore functioned as the project manager for the Systems Engineering and Integration (SE&I)Intellectual Capital (IC) capture Knowledge Management and review processes to publish severalhundred pieces of intellectual capital on the SE&I internal web portal for general consumption within thefirm. Simultaneously, she served as an instrumental SharePoint administrator responsible for insuring asuccessful transition from the preexisting iShare site into the new Hello/SharePoint platform. Ms. Moore