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									                                       Amy H. Pope
                                    7900 Tea Garden Road
                                    Huntsville, AL 35802
                                        256-508-3180


Education:
Faulkner University, Huntsville, AL
Received Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, 1994

Northeast Alabama State Junior College, Rainsville, AL
Majored in Business, 1989-1990

Work Summary: Over 18 years of DoD Security and Administrative Experience


Work Experience:

August 1999 – Present
Maximum Technology Corporation (MTC), Huntsville, AL
Facility Security Officer.
 Responsible for all aspects of corporate security.
 Ensures that all policies and procedures are being followed in accordance with the National
   Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM).
 Performs COMSEC requirements related to developing, engineering, installing and
   managing a high-speed network communications link to/from MTC to several defense
   contractor sites and Government facilities.
 Ensures all classified and sensitive data, magnetic media, files, print outs, etc. are properly
   packaged, handled, stored, distributed and destroyed as needed.
 Controls all access to/from MTC facilities, including classified labs, workstations, and safes
   as well as develop, create, monitor and manage all access control logs.
 Provides security training to MTC staff and produce and distribute security notices.
 Responsible for receiving and posting Government security notices, rules and regulations.
 Responsible for all Automated Information Security (AIS) functions, to include systems
   access, passwords, classified data management, networks, operating systems, and
   classification modes/status.

Facility Quality Control Manager (Government and MTC Resources)
 Responsible for property control, safety, environmental, communications (telephones, faxes,
   paging system, telephone conference devices, multi-media equipment, etc.); office equipment
   (copiers, document production, shredder, printers, etc.); and supplies management as needed.
 Ensures that Government Property Control Regulations are followed.
 Developed procedures for control of MTC and Government property.
 Received excellent comments from Government property auditors related to MTC property
   controls and accountability; MTC has passed all property audits.
Accounts Payable
  Perform Accounts Payable functions using Quickbooks Pro.

September 1996 – August 1999
Scientific Research Corporation, Huntsville, AL
Automated Data Processing Security Officer (ADPSO)
 Ensured SC systems, facility and staff comply with security regulations in the NISPOM and
    Army Regulation (AR) 380-19. Responsible for creating and updating a wide variety of
    security documents to include The Accreditation Document and the Simulation Center
    Security Manual.
 Trained, directed and tasked other staff in the SC Security department.
 Utilized mainframe and workstation operating systems such as UNIX, UNICOS and Open
    VMS, and PCs and PC applications to produce and review auditing information, manage user
    accounts, maintain contracts data to include additions, deletions, and expiration notifications,
    and monitor systems to detect security anomalies.

September 1994 – September 1996
COLSA Corporation, Huntsville, AL
Security Administrator
 Employed at the United States Space and Missile Defense Command Simulation Center (SC).
 Ensured SC systems, facility and staff comply with security regulations in the Industrial
   Security Manual and AR 380-19.
 Responsible for creating and updating a wide variety of security documents to include The
   Accreditation Document and the Simulation Center Security Manual.
 Trained, directed and tasked other staff in the SC Security department.
 Responsible for all security issues in the FSO’s absence.
 Utilized mainframe and workstation operating systems such as UNIX, UNICOS and Open
   VMS, and PCs and PC applications to produce and review auditing information, manage user
   accounts, maintain all SC contracts data and monitor systems to detect security anomalies.

June 1992 – September 1994
Security Assistant
 Employed at the United States Space and Missile Defense Command Simulation SC.
 Responsible for document and visitor control, user accounts coordination, communications
   security, and contracts data maintenance.
 Routinely developed and supported outgoing and incoming correspondence in support of SC
   customers and users. Correspondence included systems accreditation, password allocations,
   adding and removing accounts and reviewing contracts between the SC and Government
   contractors.
 Monitored the SC Visitor Control Desk, operated the SC Media Library, and supported SC
   Computer Operations as required.

References available upon request

								
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