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Gregory A. Letcher 216 Waterbrook Drive Goose Creek, SC 29445 E-mail: gl839624@westpost.

net Contact numbers: Cell: (703) 309-8815 Residence: (843) 797-2510 OBJECTIVE: I am seeking a multi-faceted position that will utilize my outstandi ng project management, financial management, leadership, analytical and strategi c planning skills. My diverse active military and Department of Defense contra cting experience and skill sets will add significant human capital value to your organization. In summation, I am seeking a challenging career enhancement opp ortunity with increased responsibility and professional growth. ATTRIBUTES Able to lead and work with diverse teams to achieve the goals and objectives of the organization Assertive, reliable, dedicated, and results-driven combined with a comprehensiv e education and understanding of business principles and practices Impeccable research skills combined with an ability to aggregate information an d distill it into actionable intelligence Able to identify realistic solutions that are attainable in pursuit of business goals Understand the importance of and enthusiastically able to build business relati onships at all levels Ability to deliver quality work products on time ACCOMPLISHMENTS National Guard Bureau (NGB) Joint Staff Strategic Plans Officer Conducted research and analysis for courses of action for the establishment and formalization of the National Guard Bureau Liaison Officer (LNO) Program with F EMA , Department of Homeland Security, Coast Guard and other intergovernmental a gencies to support NGB initiatives. Performed National Guard Bureau Liaison Officer duties at FEMA headquarters, Na tional Response Crisis Center in support of hurricane Hanna, Gustav, Ike and the 2009 Presidential Inauguration. Conducted Action Officer research and reviews of various Combatant Commands Str ategic Plans and provided NGB level response. Assisted with joint, interagency, and intergovernmental coordination efforts re lated to NGB equities by providing advice, recommendations, and support as neede d to comply with Department of Defense, Department of Air Force and Department o f Army policies and directives. Represented National Guard Bureau as a member of the Joint Forces Headquarters, Disaster Preparedness Team for the National Capital Region. National Guard Bureau Command Operations Group Team member for the South West B order Patrol mission involving the mobilization of 6,000 National Guard troops t o the United States Southwest border. Senior Executive / General Officer Support Performed administrative staff support functions for senior (4-star) level staf f in the Pentagon. Managed the congressional inquiry program for matters related to the Air Force Manpower, Reserve Affairs, Military Installations, and environmental issues with 100% accuracy. Disseminated directives for the implementation of Air Force policy changes worl dwide. Established and coordinated briefing packages for congressional testimon y and hearings. Compiled Weekly Activity Report for submission to the Deputy Secretary of Defen

se. SECURITY CLEARANCE: Top Secret (Active) EDUCATION: B.S. Business Management, National-Louis University AFFILIATIONS: Society for Human Resource Management WORK HISTORY Program Management Assistant, L-3 C4ISR Engineering and Services S2 Support, Cha rleston, SC (Mar 10 Present) Assist Division Director as the deputy support lead for L-3 Services Program Man agement Office with the management and oversight of multi-million dollar Cost Pl us Fixed Fee, Time and Material, and Firm Fixed Price contracts. Responsible for authorship and coordination of the Draft Statements of Work, Independent Govern ment Cost Estimates, Request for Proposal package creation, review and submissio n, proposal package cover letters, incremental funding requests, delivery order period of performance extension requests and 75% expenditure notification memora ndums to government client. Establish Contract Authorization Allocation upon De livery Order award from government. Review, reconcile monthly subcontractor bil ling statements and coordinate with Program Manager for approval for payment. R eceive, review and post Delivery Order Monthly Status Reports and update Earned Value Management records monthly. Monitor Cost Point and Stop Light financial r eports on a perpetual basis for contract and DCAA compliance. Coordinate with f ellow L-3 business units and 14 subcontractors for standardization and synchroni zation of prime and subcontract delivery orders. Execute and follow-up on all c ontract and delivery order management and oversight as required. Project Leader, NGB Army National Guard, Recruiting & Retention Division PMO, Mc Lean, VA (Feb 09 Feb 10) Serve as the deputy lead for the National Guard Bureau (NGB), Army National Guar d Program Management Office (PMO) managing multi-million dollar Firm Fixed Price , Cost Plus Fixed Fee, Cost Plus Award Fee, and Cost Plus Incentive Fee contract s. Act as the secondary interface and point of contact with Government program authorities and Contract Officer Representatives on technical and program/projec t issues. Assist Program Manager with management and direct supervision of the 14 member staff to include subcontractors. Primary interface for program manage ment office internal functions and daily support staff. Support acquisition and employment of program/project resources. Provide oversight assistance for all financial and administrative aspects of the program management office and specif ic projects. Develop and prepare Request for Proposal Packages (RFPs) to includ e the Performance Work Statements (PWS), Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) and Cos t Analysis the Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCE) based on the governm ent/client requirements. Review and interpretation of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR); Management and oversight of Plans of Action and Milestones (PO A&Ms), utilize Microsoft Project software to manage deliverables and milestone t imelines, provide documents for Task Order Requirements Packages (TORP), and man agement of multiple Indefinite Deliverable, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts , assist with cost and technical analysis of proposals on behalf of government c lient. Compile and analyze cost requirements to develop a final cost proposal b ased on client/government guidelines. Senior Joint Planner, NGB Joint Staff, Future Operations & Plans Branch, Arlingt on, VA (Aug 08 Jan 09) Represent the National Guard Bureau J35 on various boards and working groups as well as provide input in the development of future strategic and operational pla ns and policies as they relate to the National Guard employment concepts, force requirements and joint doctrine for Homeland Defense and Civil Support. Provide

recommendations on National Guard initiatives, operations and policy; conduct o perational analysis and studies. Provide knowledge of military strategy, operat ional planning, and Joint Doctrine to assist the J35 in providing support to the Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff (CJCS), Combatant Command, National Guard Bureau and State National Guard planning efforts to employ military forces to ex ecute Homeland Defense and Civil Support operations. Represent the National Gua rd Bureau as a Liaison Officer for Civil Support missions during hurricane seaso n at FEMA National Headquarters, Washington, DC. Joint Staff working group memb er, represent the National Guard Bureau to initiate joint and interoperability capabilities with the National Guard and the United States Coast Guard. Assist in the preparation of briefings, Information Papers and staff action officer dut ies as required. Strategic Management Analyst, ARNG, Strategy & Plans Division, Arlington, VA (Ma r 07 Jul 08) Actively participated with Headquarters Department of the Army and Forces Comman d in the development of the National Military Strategy, Joint Staffing Planning and Contingency Planning Guidance as well as represented of Army National Guard (ARNG) force capabilities in draft and approved mission plans. Represent the St rategic Plans Branch for visibility of the Deliberate Planning process and the p otential impact to future ARNG mobilizations. Assisted and coordinated the part icipation by ARNG senior leaders in meetings and forums that determine future AR NG unit mobilizations and missioning nominations in support to all Combatant Com mands. Represented ARNG equities within the Armys Wartrace, Force Support Packag es, Department of the Army Materiel Priority List and other programs and process es. Analyzed higher headquarters strategic planning documents, identify sourcin g implications, and/or define consequences that can impact the ARNGs ability to execute the National Military Strategy. Served as the senior civilian analyst a nd the center of expertise for encompassing all programs within the Strategic Pl ans Branch. Coordinated extensively to ensure ARNG equities and utilization wit h Headquarters Department of the Army, Forces Command, other Major Commands, Fir st Army and ARNG state staffs Strategic Planner/Organizational Support, NGB-J5, Plans & Policy Directorate, Ar lington, VA (May 05 Mar 07) Assisted in the development, promulgation and implementation of policy, plans, c oncepts and strategy related to war fighting, peacetime international activities , federal and state homeland security and civil support missions of the National Guard. Represent the Chief National Guard Bureau (CNGB) in Department Of Defe nse, international, interagency, intergovernmental and non-governmental forums. Act as the CNGB channel of communications on all J5 issues. Coordinate with Of fice of Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Combatant Commands, the Services, st ates/territories and other organizations as appropriate. Advise and assist the CNGB with joint and combined/multinational training/exercises, joint doctrine, i nteroperability, deliberate and programmatic planning matters. Develop, coordinate and track future policy initiatives in order to develop reco mmendations to the National Guard leadership on policy and procedures necessary to meet National Security Strategies. Continually research the policy, formulat ion, and development process in the Army, Army National Guard, Air Force, Air Na tional Guard and the National Guard Bureau including the differences between the various elements. Provide research findings to leadership to enhance policy an alysis. Participate in and support various studies that include Reserve Compone nt Employment Study, Quadrennial Defense Review, Base Realignment and Closure, C hief, National Guard Bureau Joint Vision, National Guard transformation and othe r studies as required. Ground Safety Subject Matter Expert & Database Analyst, Kirtland AFB, NM (Oct 04 Apr 05)

Serve as the functional liaison with the Air Force Ground Division experts with a CMMI level III business unit of Science Application International Corporation. Provide valuable knowledge of business practices and data capture requirements for reporting ground mishaps. Interface with the software development team fro m the developmental phase through implementation of automated reporting to ensur e user needs are met. Identify and communicate mishap and deficiency trends to Air Force Safety Center Ground safety staff. Review and quality control of mish ap reports submitted by Air Force units. Enter mishap data into the database. Special Projects Working Group member responsible for the complete revision of t he Air Force Safety Automated System (SAS). Ground and Industrial Occupational Safety Technician, Arlington, VA (Apr 00 Sep 04) Manage Ground Safety awards program at Headquarters Air National Guard (ANG) lev el and Air Force level, Traffic Safety program manager. Ground Safety Orientati on course manager. Interpret and implement Department of Defense, Air Force, Ai r National Guard and other applicable directives for the 110,000 Air National Gu ard members assigned worldwide. Enter Air National Guard Ground mishap data in the Air Force Safety Automated System (SAS) for reporting purposes. Prepared In formation Papers, conducted Commander level briefings as the Team Leader for Uni t Safety Assessments. ANG Recruiting & Advertising Convention Program Manager, Arlington, VA (Feb 99 Mar 00) Coordinate the attendance at national medical conventions for the Air National G uard Health Care Profession recruiters. Stock control report monitor for all Rec ruiting and Retention materials stocked at the Air National Guard distribution C enter. Editor for the Air National Guard vacancy listing in the Air Force Times published on a monthly basis worldwide. Strength Management Analysis Group recor der. Contract negotiation for national convention attendance and services. Sche dule manager for all division staff members, administrative expert for correspon dence, files management, briefing composition, suspense monitor for the Recruiti ng and Retention division to include congressional inquiries. Team member for n ational advertising campaign for television commercial production, national adve rtising and print media. Executive Assistant for the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force, Pentago n (Nov 97 Jan 99) Provided Executive Administrative support to the Assistant Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Manpower, Reserve Affairs, Installation s and Environment Directorate. Coordinated daily calendars of the Senior Executi ve Staff Members at General Officer equivalent level to include Manpower, Reserv e Affairs, Installations, Environment, Air Force Real Estate Agency and the Air Force Personnel Council Deputy Assistant Secretaries. Compiled Weekly Activity R eport from all support agencies for submission to the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force office. Coordinated travel arrangements for the Assistant Secretary a nd the official travel party. Coordinated congressional inquiry taskers with th e Air Staff and the Secretariat staff to insure suspenses were completed by due date. Interfaced daily with senior level executive members from the Secretariat, Senior Air Force Headquarters staffs and congressional staff members.