Program Manager Supply Chain Management in Washington DC Resume Alexis Tune

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					                                                        Alexis L. Tune

                 Upper Marlboro, MD 20772     Home: (301) 856-4953     Cell: (267) 258-3040       E-mail:

Highly motivated, results-oriented and skilled professional with over 22 years of experience providing full service
administrative support to senior level military and civilian officials. Impeccable work ethics, demonstrated strong analytical,
verbal and written communications skills. Thrived in a number of high pace challenging positions and displayed outstanding
time management competencies; able to prioritize multiple tasks and follow processes from conception to completion.

Computer skills include: Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook and Scheduler). Internet Research;
PeopleSoft; Maritime Information for Safety and Law Enforcement (MISLE) database; Configuration Data Managers
Database - Open Architecture (CDMD-OA) work-file system and Share Point/IDE. “Active “Secret Clearance”

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                                                   CONFERENCE PLANNING
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Logistical Analysts                                                    Solutions Documentation Inc., La Plata, MD (on-site
                                                                       location - Navy Annex/Stump Neck, MD)
Demonstrated Skills & Accomplishments:
         Conducted research and analysis of Acquisition and Logistic overarching policies to facilitate development of the Product
         Support Strategy (PSS), Item Unique Identification (IUID) and Total Asset Visibility (TAV) field level policies to ensure content
         adequately covered the procedures and processes necessary to maintain operational readiness of systems and equipment to
         support War-fighters.
         Developed doctrine for major administrative and policy matters that provided guidance for appropriate course of action to
         address a myriad of field activity scenarios.
Managing Resources
         Integrated Data Environment (IDE) Community Content Manager (CCM). Enhanced documentation management, coordination
         and information sharing between logistic teams.
Increased Efficiency
         Collaborated across the Services in support of Integrated Product Teams (IPT’s) to leverage best practices and establish
         requirements to develop solutions to identified issues.

                                                                                2010 – 2011
Program Management Analyst (Acquisition and Sustainment)                        Enterprise Information Service, Vienna, VA

Demonstrated Skills & Accomplishments:
Effectiveness and Managing Resources
         Configuration Management initiatives improved physical performance and extended the lifecycle of 35 major secure encryption;
         navigational; weapons; radioactive and fire control detection systems across three vessel classes. Efforts improved the workflow
         for vessel personnel and decreased costly operational work stoppages by 20%.
Increased Efficiency
         Significantly enhanced efficiency of the Enterprise Change Proposal (ECP) process by reducing the approval turnaround rate
         from up to two weeks to less than two days due to improved completeness of vital information required during each stage of the
         decision matrix.
Leadership & Administration
         Demonstrated leadership expertise and forward thinking to provide training and develop CDMD-OA Desk guides.
         Enhanced co-workers level of knowledge which resulted in three additional fully qualified auditors and formation of a second
         team permitting simultaneous on-site validations within large geographical regions.
         Achieved a nearly 50% increase in the volume of annual on-site vessel validations (15 to 27) and logistical cost reductions of
Rank: Lieutenant Commander (O-4)
United States Coast Guard                                                       1988 –2009
                                                             Alexis L. Tune
                 Upper Marlboro, MD 20772     Home: (301) 856-4953      Cell: (267) 258-3040       E-mail:

Marine Casualty Program Analyst (Reports Control Officer)                        2006 – 2009
                                                                                   Coast Guard HQ, Washington, D.C
Demonstrated Skills & Accomplishments:
Technical Competence
        Maintained situational awareness of data integrity, audit and closed out more than 350 Marine Casualty Investigations; reduced
        the division casualties back log by 20%, the lowest in two years.
Customer Service
        Coordinated Congressional, OMB and other Agency reporting requirements. Facilitated and developed comprehensive document
        for the Department of Transportation with applicable details to synchronize the agency injury submissions data which led to the
        resolution of 99 incidents as part of a major insurance claims project.
        Developed an 11 year event-specific report on casualties aboard Maritime Administration vessels. Combination of work
        initiatives resulted in a demonstrated performance level that meet the needs of clients and produced quality deliverables on-time
        and often ahead of schedule.
Data Base Management & Problem Solving
        Individual ingenuity guided the discovery of gaps in the inability to retrieve investigations that occurred within specific year
        groups. Conducted a wide-range comparison of case files between the agency legacy Marine Safety Information Safety (MSIS)
        and existing MISLE databases; identified more than 300 cases inadvertently excluded during the initial data mapping transfer.
        Provided advice to the Division Chief on all aspects of audit activities and compliance efforts which assisted the IT Staff with
        data restoration efforts.
Technical Competence& Mission Accomplishments
        Performed linear regression analyses that outlined most probably casual factors of the underlying steady pattern of firers and
        deaths aboard Small Passenger and Fishing Vessels over a 10 year period. Results of efforts renewed Senior Leadership interest
        to increase safety training and commercial fishing vessels exams.
        Overall information management endeavors enhanced data integrity and ongoing strategies to improve the Coast Guard
        Investigation Program.

Program Manager (International, Domestic and Special Events)                     2002 – 2006
                                                                                    U.S. Coast Guard HQ, Washington, D.C.
Demonstrated Skills & Accomplishments:
Conference Planner
         Maintained oversight of a 1.5 million dollar budget and managed substantial workload for large-scale International Oil Spill
         Conferences (IOSC) with attendance records exceeding 1,200 participants.
         Excellent multi-tasking skills, conducted conference site selection; contract negotiations; transportation arrangements; hotel
         attrition/cancellation; registration; database management activities, managed production of meeting materials, etc.
         Developed agenda items, planned logistics, facilitated discussions and provided direct interface and liaison support for
         (quarterly) General and (monthly) Program Committed meetings.
         Implemented contemporary quality review web-based procedures for the (IOSC) manuscript submission process.
         Improved data standardization and $20,000 reduction in logistical support costs.
Process Improvements
Streamlined signature coordination process for the military award program. Reduced turn-around time from up to 30 days to less than
four days with 95% of personnel receiving awards prior to relocating or retiring.
         Monitored supplies and office equipment to minimize interruptions and ensure continuous operations. Utilized computer
         software applications to create, edit and print reports; spreadsheets; graphic presentations; and a variety of correspondence;
         validated proper format, spelling, grammar, punctuation and compliance with agency policies and procedures.
         Evaluated administrative policies and programs to improve efficiency and effectiveness of services at the local level.

        Served as liaison between managers, field offices and internal staff for drafting preliminary and final reports, documents in
        response to data calls and representing the office with vendors, multiple stakeholders and partnership organizations.
        Conducted media blitz and special events that reached a broad range of maritime industry organizations and agencies.
        Increased environmental award applications by 35% from previous cycle.
        Allocated resources in a manner that lead to a more efficient office work break down structure by establishing standard operating
        procedures, prioritizing projects, maintaining schedule of assignments an instituting document tracking procedures.
        Crossed trained administrate staff to acquire competencies to perform multiple tasks that kept the office functioning at optimal
        levels with minimal to no complaints. A number of subordinates were promoted ahead of their peers within HQ.
                                                                Alexis L. Tune
                 Upper Marlboro, MD 20772     Home: (301) 856-4953       Cell: (267) 258-3040        E-mail:

        Provided office support by answering phones, greeting visitors, distributing mail and filing correspondence. Coordinated wide
        range of administrative projects (e.g. budget, personnel evaluations, travel, property, training, logistics, printing and graphics) to
        ensure completion prior to or deadlines.

Investigating Officer                                                              2001 – 2002
                                                                                    U.S. Coast Guard, Philadelphia, PA
Demonstrated Skills & Accomplishments:
Oral Communication
          Demonstrated expert knowledge and ability to interpret Federal Regulations, U.S. Code and Coast Guard policies to counsel
          Merchant Mariners on their rights and options during Suspension and Revocation (S&R) proceedings.
          Achieved 100% settlement rate for 30+ cases, saving the Coast Guard potentially $120,000 in cost associated with
          Administrative Hearings.
          Maintained a success rate higher than any investigators at the unit in previous years.
          Developed the unit’s first ever Investigating Officer Training and Qualification Instruction.
          Accelerated the pace from 18 months to under 11, at which the Department Junior Officer meet qualifications. Overall efforts
          resulted in two additional qualified Investigators.
Leadership & Decision Making
          Supervised 17-member Emergency Duty Section in Marine Environmental Protection, Port Safety, Port State Control and Unit
          Displayed excellent judgment and decision making skills during high profile collapse of 250ft pier. Coordinated restoration
          efforts with the Army Corps of Engineering with little to no interruptions to commercial vessel traffic or subsequent lost of
          revenue to the port.

College: American InterContinental University
        5550 prairie Stone Parkway, Suite 400
        Hoffman Estates, IL 60192
Major Field of Study: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Concentration: Operations Management
Degree Year: Graduation 11/2012

Major Field of Study: Criminal Justice
Degree: Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice
Degree Year: 12/2011

 Manufacture Readiness Level (MRL) Training (24 hours), 2012
 Acquisition (101) (2wks), 2010                                         Senior Marine Safety Investigator Course (3 weeks), 2000
 Configuration Management CMII Certification (40 hours), 2010           Incident Command System Training I-200 (40 hours), 1999
 Change Management Certification Program (24 hours), 2008               Officer Candidate School Training (17 weeks), 1996
 Standard Query Language (24 hours), 2007                               Yeoman Class “A” School (9 weeks), 1989
 American Society of Access Professionals (16 hours), 2000              Recruit Basic Training (13 weeks), 1988
 Incident Command System Training I-300 (24 hours), 2000

 International Honor Society Delta Mu Delta, 2012
 U.S. Coast Guard Commendation Medals, (2) 1996, 2006                      Joint Service Achievement Medal, 1991
 U.S. Coast Guard Achievement Medals (2) 2002, 2000                        Office of Secretary Defense Badge
 U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Insignia                                   U.S. Coast Guard Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal
 National Defense Service Medals (2)                                       U.S. Coast Guard Good Conduct Medals (2)
 U.S. Department of Transportation 9-11 Medal                              U.S. Department of Transportation Outstanding Unit Award
 Global War on Terrorism Service Medal                                     U.S. Coast Guard Bicentennial Unit Commendation
 U.S. Coast Guard Humanitarian Service Medal                               U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Letter of Commendations Awards (5)
 U.S. Coast Guard Meritorious Team Commendations Award (6)                 U.S. Coast Guard Unit Commendation Awards (3) U.S. Coast Guard
 U.S. Coast Guard Presidential Unit Award                                  U.S. Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Commendation Award

 D.C. Central Kitchen (volunteer), 2008                                    Habitat for Humanity (volunteer), 1999 – 2001

Description: Alexis Tune is a highly motivated, results-oriented and skilled professional with over 22 years of experience providing full service administrative support to senior level military and civilian officials. Alexis possesses impeccable work ethics, and demonstrates strong analytical, verbal and written communications skills.