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RODNEY J.

CARDOZA
366 Louisiana Drive * Raeford, North Carolina 28376
910-875-4339 * rodney.j.cardoza@us.army.mil
Authorized Veterans Preference * Current Active Secret Clearance

SUPPLY LOGISTICS MANAGER * PROPERTY ACCOUNTABILITY MANAGER


Solutions-driven logistics and property accountability professional with history
of success overseeing inventory and materials management, purchasing and procur
ement, distribution and budget management in challenging and high-pressure envir
onments. Proven ability to assess project equipment needs and oversee purchasing
and delivery to ensure immediate goal acquisition. Skilled property acquisition
s and accountability manager with demonstrated skill saving organizations thousa
nds of dollars through expert purchasing and negotiations skills. Extensive expe
rience managing and monitoring inventories worth over $30 million.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Inventory Management * Logistics * Materials Oversight * Purchasing & Procuremen
t
Supply & Capital Equipment Distribution * Budget Management * Manpower Allocatio
n
Customer Service * Records Management * Personnel Training & Leadership
Operating Equipment Needs Assessments * Supply Requirement Forecasting

PROFESSIONAL SYNOPSIS
US ARMY, L3 Communication Combined Forces Special Operations Component Command
Kabul, Afghanistan * 2009-2010
Logistics Specialist 1 CFSOCC-A-J4 PBO (2009-2010): Spearheaded logistics and pe
rsonnel supply for military work assignments as administrator and overseer of $9
million worth of government property. Assured fulfillment of manpower staffing
requirements.
* Located $2.6 million in misappropriated property; established property managem
ent accountability.
* Safeguarded company safety and efficiency by establishing online account with
GSA Advantage web-based ordering procedures assuring direct delivery of supplies
.
* Enhanced unit strength by cross-training 2EA Air Force Supply Personnel.
* Secured funding, support and guidance for operation of new Moorhead and 4 FOB
Base Operation camps, assuring 100% property accountability at both locations.
US ARMY, L3 Communication Integrated System/Joint Operations Group, Al Asad, Ira
q * 2008-2009
Logistics Specialist 1 PBO: Spearheaded management and transportation of militar
y and government property inventory worth over $28 million. Supported property b
ook officers; maintained accurate asset records; oversaw daily operations, train
ing and monitoring of personnel. Distributed and allocated workloads.
* Provided key logistical support for 5 military and detachment units in critica
l combat missions.
US ARMY, SOTF-D, L3 Communication, Fort Bragg, North Carolina * 2007
Supply Technician: Managed supply distribution and utilization of organic and in
organic unit equipment. Coordinated with resource managers and reported regardin
g containment funds obligations and expenditures. Oversaw FedEx shipping. Evalua
ted available resources and acquisitioned equipment to assure immediate problem
resolution. Oversaw 100 Hand Receipt Holders to assure timely and on-budget work
completion.
US ARMY, GSC, 3rd Special Forces Group (A), Fort Bragg, North Carolina * 2004-20
06
Inventory Management Specialist, GS9: Served as Property Book Officer for 100-pe
rson company with annual operating budget of $10 million. Planned, strategized,
secured and oversaw current and future supply requirements for 3rd Special Force
s Group. Created 7-year budget requirements assessing equipment needs. Directed
studies and oversaw project management for inventory quality control programs an
d receipt functions. Assured information audit accuracy. Conducted documentation
research to assure effectiveness of information processing testing and changes.
Guided and directed inventory control maintenance depots responsible for loaned
equipment. Processed data; supported accounting and operations.

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* Provided comprehensive logistical support to 3rd Group CINC in-extremis force


(CIF). Directed logistical team of specialists, field operators, and OGA / local
law enforcement personnel.
* Played key role in supply program determining funding and staffing resource re
quirements for installation supply program.
* Improved operations by re-engineering property book system and establishing ac
countability with account holders using Standard Property Book System-Revised (S
PBS-R).
* Chosen as Purchasing Agent for organization. Secured thousands annually throug
h skilled procurement and negotiation expertise. Managed over $15 million of equ
ipment and $2 million in US Treasury gold.
US ARMY, HHC, 2d Bn, 3d SFG (A), Fort Bragg, North Carolina * 1999-2002
Logistics Supervisor / Battalion S4 NCOIC: Played key role as Logistics Officer
(S2) for Operation Focus Relief, providing critical contribution to African Cris
is Relief initiative. Assessed current available resources and completed acquisi
tions and adjustments as required by mission. Spearheaded logistics of equipment
delivery between supply and service units. Inventoried supplies, ordered replac
ement equipment, and oversaw maintenance.
* Supported peacekeeping operations, Bosnian Operation Joint Forge, and Civil Af
fairs teams.
US ARMY, Group Support Company, 3d SFG (A), Fort Bragg, North Carolina * 1997-19
99
Supply Sergeant: Oversaw receipt requests, storage issues, turn-ins, and managem
ent / maintenance of individual supplies and equipment. Managed property books u
sing Standard Property Book System-Revised (SPBS-R).
* Re-organized property book system, establishing clear lines of accountability
with account holders.
* Streamlined operations by developing and maintaining automated supply accounti
ng system.
* Secured thousands in savings through skilled purchasing and negotiations.
US ARMY, HHC, Centcom, Camp Doha, Ali Al Salem, & Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait * 19
95-1997
Property Book Supervisor: Acted as property book manager for over 5,000 soldiers
, 3,000 Marines, and 1,000 Air Force personnel at 3 military locations.
* Played key support role during Intrinsic Action and Operation Desert Strike.
* Stepped in to re-organize Central Issue Facility, achieving dramatic improveme
nts in efficiency, accountability, and customer support.
* Completed 100% inventory within 30 days, recovering organizational equipment a
nd supplies wroth over $250,000 and re-engineering receipt processing system for
added efficiency.
EDUCATION
Associate of Arts in Business Management
Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, North Carolina
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced *Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course * Su
pervisor Maintenance
Supervisor and Management * USASOC Unit Level Logistics * Military Custom Inspec
tor
Standard Property Book System Redesign (SPBS-R) * Basic Noncommissioned Officer
Course
US Army Standard Installation Division System * Primary Leadership Development *
Unit Supply Specialist
MILITARY HONORS
Civilian Certificate of Recognition from (CG) Combined Forces Command, Kabul, Af
ghanistan