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Gary Rouse, PMP

1100 1st Street SE, Apt 818, Washington, DC 20003, USA

(t) 001.850.345.6077 (e)

OBJECTIVE: Leverage program management experience towards

organization goals and business objectives.
MARCH 2010 a" MAY 2010: McMunn Associates, Inc., A Parsons Company;
Maritime Policy Support Analyst, Strategic Engagement Branch, National
Maritime Intelligence Center, Office of the Director of National
Intelligence, Washington, DC, USA

Managed strategic engagement efforts for a national staff enabling
maritime information sharing practices between national agencies,
international partners, foreign navies, and the Global Maritime
Community of Interest (GMCOI).
Collected program performance inputs for metrics development to be
reviewed by Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), House Permanent Select
Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), Senate Select Committee on
Intelligence (SSCI), and the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Composed open-source intelligence products advising the Director of
concerns pertaining to counterpart organizations, industry, academia,
think-tanks, and foreign governments.

AUGUST 2008 a" MARCH 2010: McMunn Associates, Inc., A Parsons

Company; Maritime Policy Support Analyst, Nimitz Operational
Intelligence Center, Office of Naval Intelligence, Washington, DC,

Ensured coordination of policy development and resolution of
programmatic issues between client and external organizations.
Protected client financial interests while ensuring compliance with
primary stakeholder (OPNAV N2/N6) spending requirements and briefed
Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) project execution, improved
management of Navy funds by 33%, ensured compliance of Office of
Secretary of Defense (OSD) execution standards, contributed to
alternatives analysis for future years budgets, created financial
briefs and weekly activity reports monitoring MDA Spiral 1
technologies and enterprise architecture projects over multiple
directorates. Defended a $20M major program of record against GAO
review. Resolved data classification policy issues adversely
impacting data sharing with foreign partners. Facilitated bi-weekly
VTCs and SLA/MOU working group meetings.


JANUARY 2010 a" MARCH 2010: Certificate, Project Management,

Virginia Polytechnic and State University
JULY 2004 a" JUNE 2008: BSc, Marine Transportation, United States
Merchant Marine Academy, CGPA 3.07

Completed all STCW '95 training requirements for U.S. Coast Guard
3rd/2nd Mate License and FCC Global Maritime Distress Safety System
(GMDSS) Radio Operator credential.
Completed studies in international business, intermodal logistics,
air transportation, marine insurance, admiralty law, chartering and
brokerage. Led cargo planning project for container vessel carrying
multiple origin and destination cargoes accounting for varying
stability, segregation, and stowage requirements. Conducted maritime
operations over a 300 day training period as a cadet aboard Maersk,
Matson, and Hapag-Lloyd vessels.


JULY 2004 a" JUNE 2008: Midshipman, U.S. Navy Reserve, Merchant
Marine Reserve, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
AUGUST 2006 a" APRIL 2008: Cross Commission Assignment: U.S. Air
Force ROTC Detachment 560 Manhattan College, NY; Professional
Officer's Course Completion
Acquired Air Domain Awareness (ADA) familiarity as a select student
F-15 / B-1 Combat Systems Officer (CSO) (honorable discharge due to
medical disqualification).

CERTIFICATION Completion of STCW '95 training requirements for

qualification as Officer of a Navigational Watch, Vessels of
Unlimited Tonnage; Human Trafficking Level 1 Anti-terrorism
Awareness; Basic SCI Information Assurance; Semantica Social Network
Analysis Software; Tripwire Analytic Capability (TAC); Comprehensive
Maritime Analysis (CMA); Virginia Concealed Carry Handgun Permit;
High Performance Driving Clinic (HPDC), Porsche Club of America;
Survive, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) Level-B; Tankship
Course; FCC GMDSS Radio Operator's License, USCG Lifeboatman
Certification; Aquatic Survival Course; Advanced Marine Firefighting;
RADAR, ARPA, ECDIS; Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT); USAF "Expert" Pistol
Qualification; USAF ROTC Field Training; USAFA Space Language skills
in Spanish, Russian, German, French, and Italian; Red Cross
Lifesaving and Disaster Response; American University: 2002 National
Student Leadership Conference, International Diplomacy; Cisco
Networking Academy Completion


Project Management Institute, USMMA Alumni Foundation, National
Geographic Society, National Rifle Association

AWARDS U.S. Air Force Expert Pistol Medal; Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts
of America; USMMA Physical Fitness Medal; Team Captain, MVP Lincoln
High School Men's Cross Country; Company Commander American Veterans
ROTC Medal; Stephen Decatur Award; Navy League of the United States