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Thomas O'Ryan Murphy, MBA, PMP 302 Bald Cypress Court, Chesapeake, Virginia, 23320 tmd20bcf@westpost.

net Work: (757) 314-3783 Home: (757) 549-0105 Mobile: (757) 773-3160 Secret Clearance - NACLC completed 2009/03/24 Available: 31 October, 2010 Organizational Leadership Mission Focus, Decision Making, Values, Systematizing Demonstrated leadership and decision making excellence in business, operational and industrial environments. Successfully guided increasingly complex organizati onal functions culminating in oversight of $36M operational funding. Mission-ori ented, task driven approach balanced by superb judgment and people skills. Prove n ability to develop organizational trust, honesty, and provide challenging work assignments. Positive and open leadership style motivates personnel and drives organizational success. Accomplishments CACI International * Assisted CACI Line Director to manage 21 active task orders representing $14.5 M contract value and 135 CACI employees. Personally managed seven task orders re presenting $2.4M. * Managed production of 600 Maintenance Procedure Cards representing 4,195 pages of technical documentation at a cost of $98 per page. * Managed redistribution of client technical and program policy documentation. P ersonally produced 10 Process Guides representing 560 pages of material to suppo rt reorganization effort. * Selected to three person tiger team to write technical section of $94M proposa l. * Assigned lead writer status on common technical section covering four differen t proposals. * "One of the first out of the gate in the CACI Coast Guard leadership team" to obtain Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. * Developed business case to justify obtaining 6800 sq ft commercial office rent al space to support client. Coast Guard Aircraft Repair and Supply Center * Directed Aeronautical Engineering support division tasked with policy, product ion, project management and customer service activities. Managed 23 distinct fun ctions and 76 specific projects. * Developed management plan to facilitate oversight of multiple, disparate divis ion projects. Ensured standardization of communication to executive level functi on. * Managed aggressive procurement of unproven electro/optic device. Completed sou rce selection and contract award in six months. * Provided 110% increase in change activity representing over $8M in engineering alterations. * Maintained 19 industrial buildings on shoestring budget. Completed 1500 work o rders at a cost of $150/order. Finished $22M in facility repair and upgrade proj ects. * Rewrote/published over 63% of material governing aviation engineering policy. * Processed over 3400 engineering documents. 34% increase in overall activity. * Managed aviation Reliability Centered Maintenance function. Adjusted 42 mainte

nance intervals/ saved 6400 labor hours in one year. Earned 145% ROI for specifi c RCM project. * Exceeded 5,000 hours career mark of operational and maintenance test flight ti me. MBA Candidate * Combined regression and time-series technique to predict yearly aircraft repai r costs for Coast Guard. * Completed Capstone project for United Jewish Federation to identify private ed ucation exit points. Coast Guard Activities San Diego * Provided best in fleet aircraft availability for type helicopter. 11% better t han organizational goal. * Completed 300+ Law Enforcement sorties supporting migrant and drug interdictio n. * On Scene Commander for USMC aircraft crash. Coordinated search plan for seven DoD aircraft. * Executed 200+ post-maintenance flights to assure safety of helicopters and lin e pilots. * Implemented policies/procedures for new helicopter in San Diego area. Assignments CACI, Project Manager, Norfolk, VA (2008-Present) Provide project management services and subject matter expertise to support Coas t Guard client organizational transformation. New model includes Total Asset Vis ibility, Configuration Management, Bi-Level Maintenance and Product Line support . Produced key documents governing change management process and maintenance man agement procedures. Maintained planned maintenance system development policy gui dance. Assisted CACI Line Director with personnel and production management. Chief, Engineering Services Division, Coast Guard Aircraft Repair & Supply Cente r (ARSC), Elizabeth City, NC (2005-2008) Managed center of aviation engineering policy and support systems. Directed acti vities of 200+ military, civilian and contract personnel. Managed $36M operating budget. Provided engineering policy oversight for programmed depot maintenance, Aviation Logistics Management Information System, aircraft modifications, techn ical publications, maintenance reliability and hazardous materials management. M anaged $50M industrial complex covering 500,000 square feet. Responsible for $50 0M in aviation projects impacting all Coast Guard aircraft. Responsible for cont ractual oversight of 320+ contractor workforce. Rotary wing instructor pilot. Operations Production Support Branch Chief, ARSC, Elizabeth City, NC (2004-2005) Coordinated programmed depot maintenance transfers of aircraft. Incorporated ope rational requirements with production schedules. Identified transfer dates and p rovided travel accounting data. Managed division budget planning and tracking. A ircraft Weight and Balance Program Manager for 200+ aircraft in the Coast Guard' s aviation inventory. MBA Candidate, California State University San Diego, San Diego, California (200 2-2003) Earned Master's in Business Administration with emphasis on Information Decision Systems. Head, Aviation Engineering Department/Flight Examiner, Coast Guard, San Diego, C A (2000-2002) Directed maintenance of station's three helicopters, $330K budget, $5M material inventory along with 60,000 square foot facility. Supervised 62 military and civ ilian personnel. Provided "best in fleet" aircraft availability to support Coast Guard mission in the San Diego region. Rotary wing Flight Examiner.

Instructor Pilot/Assistant Head, Aviation Engineering Department (1996-1999) Directed flight operations of $15M aircraft and crew of four. Represented comman d to customers (PACAREA, JIATF, Local Law Enforcement) after work hours. Directe d three helicopters and three 110' patrol boats in response to Search and Rescue , law enforcement and marine safety missions. Managed maintenance, training, sup ply and administration for three helicopters. Supervised 60+ personnel, $280K an nual budget, $5.7M parts inventory and managed 60,000 square foot maintenance fa cility. Career Note: Prior experience includes leadership and flight duty positions with the U. S. Coast Guard and Navy. Details available upon request. Awards and Accolades * Awarded multiple military decorations for performance of duties. * Earned White House "Closing the Circle" & DHS Environmental Achievement for gr een industrial processes. * Operational Search & Rescue accomplishment recognized by Order of Daedalians. Education & Credentials 2009 - Project Management Professional Certification 2003 - MBA, San Diego State, California 1984 - BS, Microbiology, Long Beach State, California Training & Development Naval Flight Training - Airborne Tactical Officer - Landing Signals Officer - Of ficer In Charge (Deck Landing Qualifications) - Coordinated Anti-Submarine Warfa re - Aircrew Coordination - Aviation Computerized Maintenance System - Leadershi p and Management - Jet Engine Mishap Investigation - Industrial Systems Manageme nt - Civilian Personnel Procedures - Human Factors in Aviation Safety - Fundamen tals of Systems Acquisition Skills, Knowledge and Interests Decision Making - Listening - Microsoft Suite - Technical Writing Review and Edi ting - Navigation - Weather - Global Positioning System - Underwater Acoustics Statistical Analysis - Operations Research - Decision Systems - Radar Theory Electronics Surveillance Measures - Biological Sciences - Theology Licenses & Certifications Project Management Professional - Designated Coast Guard Aeronautical Engineerin g Officer - FAA Certified Rotary Wing Instrument Pilot (5000 hours) - Coast Guar d Level III Night Vision Qualification - Rotary Wing Flight Examiner