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SANFORD PETER PIKE 21 Heatherbrook Lane * Stanford, Virginia 22554 H: 540-659-5982 * C: 703-474-4498 * spfd51c6@westpost

.net ~ Active Top Secret Clearance (TS/SCI) ~ PROJECT / PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Recognized history of success managing large-scale military projects and program s Versatile, goal-driven technical director offering in-depth experience managing and supporting large-scale military programs. Skilled at devising schedules, for mulating short- and long-range strategic planning, and monitoring project / prog ram progress to drive timely completion. Expertly guide and train world-class mu ltidisciplinary teams. Recognized acumen employing leading-edge engineering, sci ence and physics methodologies to design, develop and support sophisticated tech nologies. Broad-based experience liaising with high-level military / business le aders, and cultivating relationships with government and civil agencies. CORE COMPETENCIES: * Full Life Cycle Project Management * Systems Design & Delivery * Contract Negotiation / Administration * Account Relationship Management * Program Schedule & Scope * Requirements Documentation / Presentation * Problem Resolution / Troubleshooting * Product Testing & Configuration PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE TRI-STAR ENGINEERING 2010-PRESENT * Provide the PEO change communications, outreach, communication planning, and p rogram management support to a client / PMA undergoing a major transformation. * Develop and execute change communication strategies and plans with a focus on stakeholder education and manage communication product development, including f act sheets, and for information campaigns and events for stakeholders. * Plan and execute special meetings, and workshops. * Develop briefings, presentations, and other communication tools to support in ternal program audiences and senior staff. * Provide program management support using Excel spreadsheets to track multiple variables and data points during the transformation life cycle. Help to implemen t a business plan that will expand presence in the market. PATRICIO ENTERPRISES 2009-2010 Developed and produced the first accepted Critical Design Document (CDD). Coordinated with USMC and USAF regarding the Non- Lethal Weapons Brach activitie s. Delivered Presentations to Key Stakeholders for the Program. Spent a significant amount of time with the Weapons developer working toward a s olution to the 40mm Vs 66mm Weapons / munitions. Developed and produced multiple documents for USMC decision makers for the Non-L ethal Weapons Branch for presentation into DoD AT&L Branch. RNB TECHNOLOGIES, Stafford, Virginia 2008 - 2009 Technical / Program Director Directed planning, scheduling and oversight of multiple large-scale military pro grams. Facilitated generation, proofreading and delivery of program documentatio n. Liaised with senior decision makers in coordinating review, approval and fina l delivery of documentation. Played key role in negotiation of critical DoD cont racts. Delivered presentations to key DoD decision makers. Collaborated with FAA representatives in securing test frequency authorization. Ensured interoperabil ity and co-supportability of all Product Group (PG) products. Key Achievements: * Authored Capabilities Development Document (CDD), and a Joint Radio Transmissi on Capability Based Assessment (CBA) procedural documentation for high-profile M arine Corps project.

* Successfully composed first-ever Joint Capabilities Integration Development Sy stem (JCIDS) / Single Integrated Air Picture (SIAP) document that received zero customer revision requests. * Served as key point of contact for issues surrounding joint Acquisition Techno logy and Logistics (AT&L) and Identification, Friend or Foe (IFF) documentation and meetings. UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, Various Locations 1999 - 2008 Technical / Assistant Program Lead, 2006 - 2008 Delivered key support to several high-profile military programs. Reported direct ly to Product Group Director. Generated program schedules and formulated shortand long-term strategies. Monitored technical parameters to ensure interoperabil ity of vital programs. Contributed to testing and configuration of new systems, and coordinated maintenance of existing systems. Coordinated acquisition and inv entory management of multimillion-dollar system components. * Honored with selection as technical subject matter expert (SME) due to signifi cant contributions in selection and implementation of a sophisticated radar syst em. * Steered design and delivery of custom instrumentation for sensor data collecti on and analysis within laboratory, flight test, test range and manufacturing env ironments. * Skillfully articulated program financial and acquisition needs to C-level exec utives and congressional staff members, securing over $120M for critical radar a nd IAMD programs. * Experienced in planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) in suppo rt of Navy Processes. * Experienced in Program Objective Memorandum (POM) and Program Review (PR) meth odology, policies, processes, and Procedures. * Executive Assistant / Manager, 2003 - 2006 Represented J-6 /J-8 Chief of Staff in oversight of 15,000+ staff members across 39 departments. Scheduled, conveyed operational strategies to and supervised / monitored performance of daily activities for all staff members. Served as key p oint of contact to internal and external executive leadership. Generated and del ivered regular reports on progress of operations. * Effectively supported high-level DoD customers in acquisition, analysis and in tegration of sophisticated BMC4 I systems. Experienced in the Requirements Gener ation Process. * Expertly coordinated oversight, planning and execution of maintenance operatio ns across multiple divisions for a multidisciplinary team of 3000+ for critical initiatives. * Assure awareness of the PEO Program Manager for the project needs and provide advice as to methods to resolve items of concern. Knowledge and experience with Navy and Joint Air and Missile Defense requirements. * Monitor the developments of DARPA, MDA to maintain awareness of technology tre nds and advances as to the sponsorship for Navy programs and advice to the PEO. * Develop white papers on technology opportunities as they apply to PEO requirem ents. * Provide Planning , programming, budgeting recommendations, identify capability gaps ,and provide research, development, acquisition , and training priorities to Operational Agent (OA) Senior Requirements Developer, 1999 - 2003 Generated and disseminated details on requirements for high-profile aviation pro grams. Composed, proofread and delivered requirements documentation to key decis ion makers. Formulated validation and verification plans by applying understandi ng of physics-based phenomenology. Devised and tracked program/project schedules , and generated administrative / financial reports. * Spearheaded development of operational requirements documents (ORD) and capabi lity development documents (CDD) for Presidential VH-1 Helicopter project that l ed to approval by Navy and Marine Corps Source Selection Board. * Orchestrated planning and delivery of requirements for $26M affordable ground

based radar (AGBR) that was completed and demonstrated successfully. * Leveraged acumen in sensor technology and rapid prototyping to complete critic al research project sponsored by the Army, Navy and Air Force. * Implementation of first-ever co-sponsored design documentation (CDD) between t he USMC and US Air Force. * Provided programmatic recommendations on IAMD related Strike and sea basing re quirements. EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS DOCTORATE IN SCIENCE - ROCHVILLE UNIVERSITY, 2006, TEXAS Master of Science, Electronics 1989 Bachelor of Science, Electronics 1979 Executive Leadership School - UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS TECHNICAL PROFICIENCIES Platforms: Windows 9x/NT/2K/XP Tools: MS Project, MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) DAWIA level II, Yellow Belt and CMMI Qualified