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GARY MICHAEL BATEMAN, MBA, PMP, CBM

100 Luna Park Drive, #160 Alexandria, VA 22305


Tel: (703) 601-5797 / Cell: (703) 470-0688 / Home: (571) 312-4722
E-Mail: gb1052284@westpost.net / gbateman8aol.com

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Over 35 years of international and domestic experience as a manager, administrat
or, consultant, military officer, and technical analyst with a diverse backgroun
d in program and project management, strategic management planning and policy an
alysis, security cooperation and assistance, defense contracting, materials mana
gement, materiel acquisition and procurement, training and organizational develo
pment, and technical writing. Specialized in all facets of project management a
nd project life-cycle systems acquisition and procurement. Certified Project Man
agement Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute (PMI). Certifi
ed Business Manager (CBM) from the Association of Professionals in Business Mana
gement (APBM). Fluent in German. Conversant in Russian. Proficient in MS Offic
e Suite Software. U.S. Top Secret/SCI clearance and Top Secret NATO security ac
cess.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Senior Program Analyst/Chief, Oversight and Evaluation Branch (OEB), GS-14, Acqu
isition Oversight Division (AOD), Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organ
ization (JIEDDO), Washington, DC (Jun 2009 - Present):
Serve as a Senior Program Analyst and Branch Chief for OEB with designated respo
nsibilities for conducting program reviews with emphasis on cost, schedule, perf
ormance, and associated risks. Directly responsible for the concurrent developm
ent of policy and transition oversight and technical management of current and f
uture JIEDDO-funded initiatives and programs during peacetime and war, valued at
over $3B. Monitor JIEDDO-funded counter-IED initiatives as they progress throu
gh the JIEDDO Capability Approval and Acquisition Management Process (JCAAMP), p
roviding independent verification of critical acquisition decisions. Manage an
acquisition oversight team of seven contractors responsible for the continuous r
ollout of the JCAAMP rapid acquisition process for ensuring that substantive tec
hnical initiatives are approved and funded and that critical IED technology is b
eing transferred to the Warfighter in a timely fashion. As Branch Chief, mainta
in continuous contact with the Director, Vice Director, Chief of Staff, all Seni
or Officers, JIEDDO and SES-level civilians as well as primary contact with offi
cials from other federal and international government agencies and private indus
try involved with JIEDDO programs and decisions.
Senior Strategy and Policy Analyst, GS-14, U.S. European Command (USEUCOM) Headq
uarters, J5, Strategy and Planning Directorate, Stuttgart, Germany (Aug 2002 - J
un 2009): Directed security cooperation program management guidance and IT tech
nical support for Headquarters, EUCOM as the Branch Chief, Program Manager, and
Functional Administrator for the Theater Security Cooperation Management Informa
tion System (TSCMIS). Conducted strategy and policy analysis as a senior strate
gist on a broad range of security cooperation issues for EUCOM headquarters and
separate military component commands in cooperation with NATO. Provided advice,
interpreted policy and program directives, and made recommendations on time-pha
sed planning and resource management actions as they impacted security cooperati
on programs in theater and in relation with NATO. Led a process action team in
producing analyses of various security assistance interests essential to U.S. an
d EUCOM security cooperation mission objectives. Coordinated security cooperati
on resource apportionment actions of EUCOM's European and African Regional Worki
ng Groups. Provided technical guidance to contractor personnel for enhancement
and maintenance of the TSCMIS database. Managed a $2.4M technical support contr
act as the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) for the TSCMIS Program. Lia
ised with military component commands. Provided strategy and policy briefings i
n support of EUCOM staff and senior leadership.
Senior Project Management Consultant, Electronic Data Systems (EDS), Plano, TX (
1998 - 2002)
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Washington, DC (Aug 200
0 - Aug 2002): Senior Project Manager and Analyst, directly involved with devel
oping and implementing a Project Management Office (PMO) to institutionalize the
consistent application of effective project management processes and best pract
ices in support of the Bureau of Diplomatic Security. Coordinated project manan
gement support efforts on multiple security operations contracts for the State D
epartment valued in excess of $500M. Developed project charters, plans, schedul
es, and other project management support methodologies for high-visibility secur
ity projects. Streamlined project-planning activities for departmental project
managers. Coordinated strategic input to 28 separate security projects from six
major State Department program activities. Established an internal communicati
ons plan and facilitated in-process reviews. Provided project management support
for operational security initiatives for over 260 diplomatic missions worldwide
.
Opel AG, Rsselsheim, Germany (Sep 1998 - Aug 2000): Senior Project Planner and
Analyst, assigned with two different teams of project consultants in Germany for
developing and implementing state of the art planning and scheduling methodolog
ies for the multi-billion-dollar production and manufacturing engineering progra
ms directed and managed by Opel AG. Provided technical project management planni
ng and support on this contract for major automobile engine assembly programs lo
cated in the USA, Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Coordinated and liaised
with senior Opel and General Motors' management personnel. Established a compre
hensive project management performance analysis, tracking, reporting, and foreca
sting program where none had existed before. Identified and solved potential sc
heduling problems for the client, resulting in all major project deliveries bein
g accomplished on time, with no cost overruns. Introduced and implemented a pro
ject life-cycle systems support model into the daily operational activities of t
he client, which improved overall planning efficiency.
Program Analyst, Armed Forces Training Systems, Inc., Orlando, FL (Aug 1997 - Se
p 1998): Managed program and operational training requirements for implementati
on at four major U.S. Army combat training centers in association with NATO. Res
ponsible for project planning and technical analytical support to a major U.S. A
rmy training development and computer simulation program. Developed program man
agement, acquisition, procurement, tactical communications, and training require
ments documentation in support of program goals and objectives. Implemented ope
rations research analytical methodologies for solving problems associated with p
rogram training initiatives.
Major, United States Army, Military Intelligence/Army Acquisition Corps:
1976 - 1996
Program Manager, National Security Agency, Fort Meade, MD (1992 - 1996): Direct
ly supervised 20 military, civilian, and contractor analysts, engineers, and acq
uisition specialists. Led team in developing a $2B multi-phased high-tech, spac
e-oriented communications program. Established program milestones. Coordinated
budget for systems acquisition activities. Ensured execution of program budget
initiatives. Implemented IT-life cycle support.
Company Commander, U.S. Army Field Station Berlin, Germany (1990 - 1992): Comma
nded a military intelligence company in Germany, and successfully managed person
nel, resources, training, and operations of a $25M communications facility. Dir
ectly responsible for 100+ civilian and military personnel. Coordinated special
IT-projects with high-level U.S. and German government authorities and with NAT
O liaison activities. Planned and executed an annual $100K command operating bu
dget. Managed four major installation support contracts. Saved the U.S. Govern
ment $500K.
Technical Liaison Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group, Washington, DC (1988 - 199
0): Managed a major technical $100M joint U.S. Army and U.S. Navy program initi
ative for revitalizing worldwide communications operations. Coordinated major I
T-program initiatives between the Army and Navy with NATO in Europe. Supervised
project oversight. Resolved manpower issues. Briefed senior military officers
and U.S. Government acquisition executives.
Executive Officer, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, Arlington, VA (1
987 - 1988): Served as the special assistant and special projects officer to an
executive-level U.S. Government civilian for the Commanding General. Managed p
eriodic review of a multi-billion-dollar line item technical budget for advanced
IT-data processing and communications systems. Coordinated planning and schedu
ling on major programs. Briefed high-level audiences.
Systems Acquisition Manager, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, Arling
ton, VA (1986 - 1987): Led a $50M acquisition effort to modernize tactical-leve
l communications systems for select U.S. Army intelligence units in Europe. Man
aged life-cycle planning and development of new communications systems. Supervi
sed contractor team.
Operations Officer, U.S. Army Field Station Sinop, Turkey (1985 - 1986): Superv
ised all project planning and configuration management activities for site. Imp
lemented a logistical accounting system for complex technical communications sys
tems valued at $35M. Achieved complete inventory control. Saved $4.5M on contr
act.
EDUCATION
MS, Strategic Intelligence (Russian Area Studies), National Defense Intelligence
College
MBA, Technology Management, Golden Gate University
MPA, Administrative Organization and Management, Golden Gate University
BA, History, cum laude, Wichita State University
ADDITIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
U.S. Air Force Air War College, Maxwell AFB, AL
Postgraduate Intelligence Program, National Defense Intelligence College, Washin
gton, DC
U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS