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					                                     Larry A. Fuller
                             11835 Whitworth Cannon LN
                                    Bristow, VA 20136
                               Cell Phone: 571-926-7528
                           Email: larryfullerusmc@yahoo.com
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Security Clearance Information

Active Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (SCI) security clearance with Counter
Intelligence (C.I.) polygraph completed 04/29/2011.

Certifications

Program Management DAWIA Level II Career Field Certification: 06/24/2011

Program Management DAWIA Level I Career Field Certification: 12/08/2010

DCJS Certified Unarmed Security Officer Certification: 01/15/2011 – 01/15/2013

Education

Phoenix University, Phoenix, AZ USA; Bachelor of Science in Management; Estimated Graduation
Date: May 10, 2012.

Phoenix University, Phoenix, AZ; Associate of Arts in General Studies; Graduation Date: July 10, 2006.

Experience

Department Of Defense                                                               10/2009 - Present
United States Marine Corps
Marine Corps Systems Command
2200 Lester Street, Bldg 2210
Quantico, VA 22134-5010

Program Analyst:

      Currently serving as Project Officer for Automatic Information Technologies (AIT),
       responsibilities include supporting the establishment of AIT as a Program of Record (POR).
      Familiar with AIT technologies including tags, readers and scanners, printers and interrogators
       used to support the active and passive radio frequency identification infrastructures.
      Knowledgeable of Marine Corps AIT/RFID Project Officer Duties.
      Assist with Planning, Programming budgeting execution of AIT funding Program Object
       Memorandum (POM).
      Working knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Marine Corps Systems
       Command orders and regulations pertaining to AIT.
      Manages personnel and processes related to budget management, drafting, submitting, and
       tracking Funding Action Requests and submission of ITPRAS documentation.
      Has proficient knowledge of AIT technology to fulfill daily job responsibilities.
      Other major duties also include providing support for the Logistics and Life Cycle Management
       (LCM) section of the Marine Corps Systems Command Automatic Information Technologies
       (AIT) Project.


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      Attended Total Force Structure Management System (TFSMS) training to formalize AIT devices
       into the Marine Corps Table of Authorized Material to streamline planning and Management of
       fielded assets.
      Provides acquisition documentation development and life cycle planning.
      Provides procurement support for AIT equipment and infrastructure.
      Coordinates Telecommunication Requests (TR) to the Defense Information System Agency
       (DISA), to activate and purchase iridium SIM Cards/SIM-Less modems in support of the Active
       Radio Frequency Identification (aRFID) program.
      Provides responsive customer support and conducts research to troubleshoot SIM Card/SIM-Less
       modem issues. Prepares and submits DISA billing statements monthly to the AIT project officer
       (PO) and Marine Corps System Commands financial department to keep track of budgeting for
       Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services (EMSS).
      Project Lead providing accurate accounting and skillful execution of program funds. Annually
       submits Funding Action Request (FAR) to provide funding for Enhanced Mobile Satellite
       Services (EMSS) provided by DISA. Updates SIM Card/SIM-Less modem inventory to keep
       track of equipment shipped to customers. Prepares, processes, and tracks budget/spend plan
       information.
      Updates and submits weekly AIT budget/Spend plan to Headquarters Marine Corps for review.
       Prepares and tracks Funding Action Requests (FAR) in support of all Transportation and
       Distribution and Information Systems (TDIS) programs including STRATIS, AMS_TAC,
       CMOS, DPAS, DMLLS, aRFID, pRFID and Marine Corps Operating Forces to execute
       procurement of AIT equipment.
      Coordinates with field representatives to resolve logistics issues related to AIT equipment.

Covenant Homeland Security Solutions                                                    07/2008 - Present
270 Remington BLVD. Suite B.
Bolingbrook, IL 60440

Security Officer (Part-time):

      Provides Alarm response to the client’s facility.
      Performs security checks to include physical security checks of client’s facility.
      Performs hourly patrol of client facility assuring that all doors are properly secured and all
       alarms are active.
      Maintains a daily log of all activity throughout the tour of duty to include any alarm activity
       completion of patrols and other items deemed pertinent.

QinetiQ-North America                                                                   10/2007 - 10/2009
65 Barrett Heights Road, Suite 201
Stafford, VA 22556

Functional Analyst:

      Served as Team Member for Automatic Information Technologies (AIT), responsibilities include
       supporting the establishment of AIT as a Program of Record (POR).
      Familiar with AIT technologies including tags, readers and scanners, printers and interrogators
       used to support the active and passive infrastructures.
      Knowledgeable of Marine Corps AIT/RFID Project Officer Duties.
      Assisted the Project Officer with Planning, Programming budgeting execution of AIT funding
       Program Object Memorandum (POM).
      Working knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations, Marine Corps, and Marine Corps
       Systems Command orders and regulations pertaining to AIT.

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      Managed personnel and processes related to budget management, drafting, submitting, and
       tracking Funding Action Requests and submission of ITPRAS documentation.
      Has proficient knowledge of AIT technology to fulfill daily job responsibilities.
      Other major duties also include providing support for the Logistics and Life Cycle Management
       (LCM) section of the Marine Corps Systems Command Automatic Information Technologies
       (AIT) Project.
      Attended Total Force Structure Management System (TFSMS) training to formalize AIT devices
       into the Marine Corps Table of Authorized Material to streamline planning and Management of
       fielded assets.
      Provided acquisition documentation development and life cycle planning. Provided procurement
       support for AIT equipment and infrastructure.
      Coordinated Telecommunication Requests (TR) to the Defense Information System Agency
       (DISA), to activate and purchase iridium SIM Cards/SIM-Less modems in support of the Active
       Radio Frequency Identification (aRFID) program.
      Provided responsive customer support and conducts research to troubleshoot SIM Card/SIM-
       Less modem issues. Prepared and submitted DISA billing statements monthly to the AIT project
       officer (PO) and Marine Corps System Commands financial department to keep track of
       budgeting for Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services (EMSS).
      Project Lead providing accurate accounting and skillful execution of program funds. Annually
       submitted Funding Action Request (FAR) to provide funding for Enhanced Mobile Satellite
       Services (EMSS) provided by DISA. Updated SIM Card/SIM-Less modem inventory to keep
       track of equipment shipped to customers. Prepared, processed, and tracked budget/spend plan
       information.
      Updated and submitted weekly AIT budget/Spend plan to Headquarters Marine Corps for
       review. Prepared and tracked Funding Action Requests (FAR) in support of all Transportation
       and Distribution and Information Systems (TDIS) programs including STRATIS, AMS_TAC,
       CMOS, DPAS, DMLLS, aRFID, pRFID and Marine Corps Operating Forces to execute
       procurement of AIT equipment.
      Coordinated with field representatives to resolve logistics issues related to AIT equipment.

Raytheon Technical Services Co.                                                      02/2007 - 10/2007
12160 Sunrise Valley Drive
Reston, VA 21019

Property Administrator:

      Administered property control program activities to ensure continual accountability of
       government and company property in accordance with applicable government regulations and
       corporate policy.
      Supervised and maintained custodial records of government property.
      Ensured all property movements into or out of the custodial areas including additions, transfers
       and deletions were documented and provided to the Property Accountable Officer.
      Ensured and conducted annual physical inventory accurately for accounting all equipment and
       property
      Maintained property accountability records.
      Determined conditions and arranged disposal of surplus or obsolete material or equipment.
      Oversaw and coordinated calibration of equipment to include interaction with subcontractors as
       well as in-house calibration activities.
      Submitted Report of Surveys to the Property Accountable Officer for any lost, damaged, stolen,
       or destroyed personal property.
      Ensured that missing property was expeditiously reported to the security office.
      Created assets in SAP valued at $5,000 or more.

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      Conducted random spot check inventories to ensure that equipment was in correct custodial
       areas.
      Recognized for effectively communicating with the staff and subcontractors alike.

TKC Communications                                                                   11/2006 - 02/2007
11320 Random Hills Road, Suite 150
Fairfax, Virginia 22030

Access Control Specialist:

      Developed procedures to enhance entry control for the FBI Terrorist Screening Center facility.
      Supervised the issuance of badges to visitors and vendors coming aboard the secure facility.
      Accurately verified clearances and access levels of personnel entering sensitive areas of the
       facility.
      Provided escort services for vendors, maintenance and technical personnel who must access the
       secure facility to provide required services.
      Provided and routinely recognized for responsive customer service to visitors and vendors of the
       facility.
      Processed investigation packages to the office of personnel management to conduct
       investigations of personnel requiring access to the TSC facility.

Department Of Defense                                                                10/2005 - 08/2006
United States Marine Corps
Supply Chain Management Center
814 Radford Blvd
Albany, Georgia 31704

Operations Planning Administrator:

      Published/Consolidated backorder listings for Consumable and repairable items.
      Maintained records and status directed to the Supply Chain Planning Department (SCPD) for
       action.
      Monitored the Defense Message System (DMS) message board to extract messages which
       required SCPD review or action.
      Drafted outgoing DMS messages within Supply Chain Planning Department.
      Authored various excel data spreadsheets to support Supply Chain Planning Department.
      Maintained accurate records of computer trouble tickets submitted to Navy Marine Corps
       Intranet (NMCI) help desk for action.
      Maintained accountability and made stockage decisions for office supplies in excess of $3,000.
      Submitted Determination and Finding (D&F) requests for procurement of computer hardware
       required by personnel in the department.
      Published/updated weekly depot maintenance action item report to track status of secondary
       depot repair items in excess of $25,000,000.
      Published weekly TAM Summary reports to provide visibility of repairable items undergoing
       organic, commercial, and interservice repair.




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Department of Defense                                                                01/2003 - 10/2005
United States Marine Corps Logistics Base
Plans, Policy & Operations
814 Radford Blvd
Albany, Georgia 31704

Supply Logistics Operations Chief:

      Assumed overall responsibility for daily operation of the Logistics Operations Center.
      Ensured and accurately marked all classified correspondence and reports initiated by the
       Logistics Operation Center.
      Supervised and lead 3 Marines assigned to the Logistics Operations Center.
      Provided task management by properly validating, assigning and tracking actions on personnel
       tasks internally and through the Marine Corps Action Tracking System (MCATS).
      Provided responsive customer service to clients of the Logistics Operation Center (LOC).
      Supported the Base Realignment And Closure (BRAC) program and provided data when
       required.
      Performed duties as a Video Teleconferencing (VTC) Assistant.
      Coordinated secured/non-secured video teleconferences with Headquarters Marine Corps
       (Quantico, VA) Blount Island Command (Jacksonville, FL) and Marine Corps Logistics Base
       Barstow (Barstow, CA).
      Collected classified information from Headquarters Marine Corps secured web page.
      Updated and the secured Logistics Command website with Forward-In-Stores (FIS) Situation
       Fitness reports, WIR reports and Iraq vehicle armor updates.
      Updated and submitted Marine Corps Logistics command chronology annually to Headquarters
       Marine Corps, Quantico, VA.
      Gathered information for the command chronology from each section within the Logistics
       command.
      Revised and consolidated work sections information before submitting final command
       chronology draft to Headquarters Marine Corps, Quantico, VA.
      Initiated and submitted work request to maintain proper maintenance of the Logistics Operations
       center (LOC) such as door repair, signs getting made, phone repair etc.
      Published/submitted recurring meetings schedule weekly to the Commanding General and all
       Logistics Command personnel via electronic mail once a week.
      Drafted secure/non-secure DMS messages for the Marine Corps Logistics command.

Department of Defense                                                                01/2002 - 01/2003
United States Marine Corps Base Hawaii
Combat Service Support Group-3
CSSG-3 Supply Company
Kaneohe Bay, HI 96863

Supply Repairable Issue Point Clerk/UNICOR Account Manager:

      Provided a source of supply for direct exchange of secondary repairable items (Items that can be
       repaired without having to purchase, such as hydraulic pumps, engines etc..) in support of
       second, third, and fourth echelon maintenance efforts within Combat Service Support Group 3.
      Served as the Unicor Account Manager for Combat Service Support Group 3, accurately
       maintaining accounting records for approximately 80 starters and 65 generators that were
       constantly in transit between Hawaii Sassy Management Unit (SMU) and Unicor prison
       facilities.
      Maintained and organized Unicor accounting records, receipts and transactions for a period of

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       two years, achieving 95% readiness.
      Tracked UNICOR equipment consisting of starters and generators, through the “Due and Status
       File” (DASF) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to give current status to customers.
      Ensured the Repairable Issue Point maintained appropriate operational stock-age levels of
       equipment to fully support Hawaii-based III MEF forces.
      Updated and maintained Consolidated Asset List (CAL), a list of on-hand equipment in the
       supply warehouse; Performed complete inventory of equipment, which included starters,
       generators, alternators, engines, tank tracks, and other various repairable items.
      Monitored status of back-orders, which were items that were needed by different sections within
       the Combat Service Support Group 3 Command that were not on-hand in the warehouse.

Department Of Defense                                                                   03/2001 - 01/2002
United States Marine Corps Base Hawaii
3rd Marine Regiment
Headquarters & Service Company
Kaneohe Bay, HI 96863

Supply Fiscal/Budget Technician:

      Performed accounting, budgeting, and related financial management duties for appropriated
       funds supporting the Marine Corps Logistics Chain of the 3rd Marine Regiment.
      Maintained and made purchases with a government credit card to purchase essential items such
       as paper, computer parts, office equipment etc, for the 3rd Battalion 3rd Marine command.
      Collected, reviewed, and prioritized all known end-of-year spending requirements for both
       Requisition Authority (RA) funds and Planning Estimate (PE) funds.
      Created spending plans for end-of-year funds.
      Managed un-liquidated orders, taking corrective action for all invalid obligations and
       liquidations.
      Maintained warehousing records of vital Marine Corps Equipment.
      Completed wall-to-wall inventories of Marine Corp equipment.
      Served as the M-19 Weapon systems gunner for 3rd Battalion 3rd Marines Headquarters and
       Service Company.

Department Of Defense                                                                   03/2000 - 03/2001
United States Marine Corps
III Marine Headquarters Group
Okinawa, Japan 96606

Supply Training Administrator:

      Maintained physical and educational training records for unit personnel.
      Maintained and updated Marine Corps publications within unit.
      Validated supply publication requirements with the administration department within the
       command.
      Verified that required publication were on-hand or on order using the Publications Listing (PL)
       system.
      Verified that inventory quantities were sufficient to support internal distribution of publications
       within the department.
      Coordinated with the command administration section to report all changes to the Publication
       Listing System (PLS) to Headquarters Marine Corps.
      Distributed mail within work section.
      Typed, edited and proofread correspondence using Microsoft word, for appointment letters,

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       meeting schedules, etc.
      Created excel spreadsheets to keep track of individual training for personnel within the work
       section.

Professional Training Courses:

Defense Acquisition University: Program Management Office, (PMT 352A), 07/2011
Defense Acquisition University: Program Management Tools Course, Part II (PMT 257), 06/2011
Defense Acquisition University: Intermediate Systems Planning, Research, Development and
                                  Engineering, Part 1 (SYS 202), 05/2011
Defense Acquisition University: Program Management Tools Course, Part I (PMT 251), 05/2011
Defense Acquisition University: Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B (ACQ 201B), 04/2011
Defense Acquisition University: Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part A (ACQ 201A), 01/2011
Defense Acquisition University: Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals (LOG 101), 05/2009
Defense Acquisition University: Fundamental of Systems Acquisition Management (ACQ 101), 8/2008
Defense Acquisition University: Mission Support Planning (CON 110), 04/2010
Defense Acquisition University: Basic Software Acquisition Management (SAM 101), 01/2010
Defense Acquisition University: Fundamentals of Systems Planning, Research, Development and
                                  Engineering (SYS 101), 04/2010
Defense Acquisition University: Cost Analysis (CLB 007), 11/2009
Defense Acquisition University: Introduction to Earned Value Management (CLB 016), 11/2009
George Washington University: Federal Appropriations Law, 03/2009
Fielding Process Training Course: 03/2010
DISA Direct Functional Expert Training Course: 04/2008
SAP training course: MM-Inventory & Warehouse Management, 03/2007
SAP training course: AM-Asset Management, 03/2007
University of Phoenix: Skills for Professional Development, 11/2004
Albany State University: Introduction to Computers, 04/2004
University of Phoenix: Teamwork Conflict Resolution, 09/2004
Marine Corps Recruit Training: 10/1999
Enlisted Supply Basic Service Support School: 02/2000
Fundamentals of Marine Corps Leadership (Supervisory Management): 09/2001
Personal Financial Management: 09/2001
Basic Warehousing (Physical Distribution): 03/2003
Sergeants Distance Education Program: 04/2003
Intelligence Brief: Southwest Asia (International Studies): 02/2005
Warehousing Operations (Physical Distribution/Transportation Management): 02/2005
Staff Noncommissioned Officers (NCO) Career Distance Education program: 03/2005
Instructional Methodology: 03/2005

Professional Ratings and Awards:

      On-the Spot Certificate 03/2011: “For initiating and managing all procurement process steps in
       support of customer requirements”
      On-the-Spot Certificate 05/2010: “For submitting and monitoring ITPRAS and FAR
       submissions”
      Excellence Award 03/2008: “In recognition of outstanding performance, commitment and
       responsibility by an individual who has contributed, on a large scale, to the overall growth and
       success of the company.”
      Recognition Award 10/2008: “QinetiQ North America Systems Engineering Group appreciates
       your loyal dedication and service.”
      Powered Industrial Truck Certified Operator. Authorized & certified to operate: Sit-Down Rider,


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       Stand-Up Rider, Stock Picker, Walk Behind and Walkie Rider.
      Certificate of Good Conduct 07-02, 07-04;
      Meritorious Mast 08-02.

Computer Skills

Proficient with the following programs: Microsoft Office Suite 2007, Microsoft Outlook, Marine Corps
Action Tracking System (MCATS), SAP, Marine Corps Enterprise IT Services (MCEITS) and Various
Internet Explorers.




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