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D R . R OBERT A. M URPHY , PMP ROBERT @ MURPHYBASEBALL COM 817-683-6464 Successfully transitioned from complex technical subject matter expert into program / project management; currently managing ~ $780M budget for portfolio of programs. Strong background in Project / Program / Technical Management, Earned Value Management, and Control Account Management built upon very strong technical background in wide range of technology areas including: Weapon Delivery, RF / EO / IR / Laser Acquisition & Tracking, Electronic Warfare, and Communication Systems; Radar Signal Processing; Synthetic Aperture Radar; EM Fields / Wave Propagation; and GPS Navigation Warfare. Recent special assignments: SME for new business development, EVM corrective action team following DCMA decertification, and control account manager for RED program. Seeking senior-level management position that builds upon my previous experience and provides challenging opportunity for learning and US Citizenactive Top Secret security clearance. PROJECT / PROGRAM MANAGEMENT ● COURSE DEVELOPMENT & INSTRUCTION ● EVM ● CONTROL ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT CORE COMPETENCIES Certified Project Manager Earned Value Management IPT Lead Control Account Management Creating Training ProgramsAccomplished Instructor Diverse Technical Background Strategic Planning Technical Management SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Development of project plans, measurement, and reporting methods to satisfy Earned Value Management (EVM) compliance and communication to executive management and customer Subject Matter Expert for New Business Development initiatives Customer SOW requirements decomposition and allocation to lower tier IPT's and supplier SOWs to satisfy customer TPM's and KPP's Course development and instruction to managers and cost/schedule analysts in EVM processes Course development and instruction in Radar System Analysis & Design Mentoring of managers across organization to identify and correct EVM deficiencies / problems CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS Special assignment to EVM Corrective Action Team following decertification by DCMA. First in group of 20 high potential students to earn PMI project management certification (PMP). Rated STRONG CAM by audit team. Patent 7561105 “Emitter Locating Using Time-Difference-Of-Arrival (TDOA) Techniques” granted 14 Jul 09. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 10/2006 – Present Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Fort Worth, TX Principal Systems Engineer/Control Account Manager (CAM) CAM for F-35 Combat Avionics Systems Integrated Core Processor (ICP) for SDD (System Development & Demonstration) and LRIP (Low Rate Initial Production) contracts for internal labor, and CAT-1 and CAT-2 material: Responsible for all aspects of EVM and subcontract management for DR. ROBERT A MURPHY, PMP ● firstname.lastname@example.org (817) 683-6464 ● Page 2 development, integration, testing, and procurement of ICP systems for SDD and LRIP contracts, as well as PMB (Program Management Baseline) establishment for follow-on FMS contracts. o Current portfolio of program responsibility is approximately $780M o IBR chair for supplier LRIP programs o Supplier CPR reconciliation based on CLINs and in-work contract change notices o Baseline establishment for FMS programs based on approved proposal BoE's to satisfy contractual PSMS milestones CAM for F-35 Sensor Fusion Tactical Situation Models SW Development: Budget and schedule responsibility for ~$12M of active, direct labor (unburdened) for ~ 40 full-time staff. o Special assignment to RED F-35 program. Assumed ownership of problematic control accounts that received 4 RED and 1 YELLOW IBR scores. Completely overhauled time-phased budget distribution, schedule, and EV measurement/reporting methods of high-risk control accounts for current and future concurrent SW development block upgrades. Subsequent DCMA audit produced only single DR (Deficiency Report) for actions taken prior to assuming ownership. Implemented EVM models to account for conversion from agile to iterative/incremental SW development methodology. Performed cost-schedule integration, IMS modeling to conform with planned work scope execution strategies, implementation of IMS model dependencies upon deliveries from internal and external sources, identification and mitigation of risks, issues, and opportunities, critical path and driving path analysis and mitigation. o Estimate-to-Complete (ETC), TCPI vs. CPI ETC/EAC analyses, rolling wave planning, Variance Analysis Reports (VARs), physical percent complete assessments, budget and schedule estimates, and formulation of EVM metrics for new tasks in compliance with DCMA requirements . o Revision of schedule/expenditure forecasts in response to frequently changing integration spans and trend analyses of defect density predictions and results. Special assignment to Earned Value Corrective Action Plan team following decertification by DCMA: o Co-instructor for F-16, F-22, and F-35 CAM EVM Implementation Workshops: Partnered with Humphreys and Associates EVM consultants to instruct CAMs, IPT Leads, Cost Analysts, and Schedule Planners on LM Corporate, LM Aero, and program-specific EVM processes, and to examine the CAM’s EV data and identify problems / deficiencies in preparation of upcoming DCMA recertification reviews - received very favorable reviews from class participants. Mission Systems & Software (MS&S) New Business Engagement Representative. o Provide technical integrity, risk identification/assessment, and program management analysis of proposals and ROMs relating to Mission Systems & Software for Independent Non-Advocate Reviews, Aeronautics Technical Assessment Reviews, and Wall Walks across all Aero programs. Performed business case analyses and technical integrity evaluations of problematic proposals and ROMs for Engineering VP. Performed planning, SME assignment and tasking, and coordination of activities with proposal team for successful F-16 Peace Vector VII proposal INAR chaired by MS&S Director and co-chaired by LM Corporate representative. Derived near- term and long-term strategies to support business development goals. Management Use of Data Process team: Instrumental in the development of Manage Risks, Issues, and Opportunities process development and documentation. Horizontal integration with other Earned Value process areas development and documentation; examined LM Corporate Program Performance Management Process, LM Aero Program Performance Management Directive, LM Corporate CAM 101 course, and the F-16, F-22 and F-35 Program Performance Management Directives to identify changes required for compliance with new Management Use of Data processes. Training Development team: Examined Organize the Program, Baseline the Program, and Management Use of Data process flows and work instructions. Identified several dozen problems and inconsistencies related to process flow logic, roles and responsibilities, and work instruction content. Contributed to development of training materials for the CAM EV Implementation Lab in the Management Use of Data process areas. LM Aero 2008 CAM Training: Received a score of 96.3% on the Phase II Written Exam. Not only passed but did exceptionally well on Phase III 3 Oral Exam, after which one auditor told me “You smoked it”. Rated “STRONG CAM” by the audit team. DR. ROBERT A MURPHY, PMP ● email@example.com (817) 683-6464 ● Page 3 Provided extensive CAM tutoring to an F-16 S/W CAM to help prepare for his Phase III Oral Exam, resulting in his passing the exam and receiving an “Above Average” rating by the audit team. Earned the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI) Oct 07. First in class of 20 high-potential employees hand picked by Mission Systems and SW Director to pass PMP exam. Extensively documented lessons learned, study aids and tools, as well as strategies for preparing for and taking the PMP exam to develop the LM Aero “Introduction to the PMP” course, which was successfully piloted in Fort Worth (FW), and deployed in FW and Marietta. Created additional cost / schedule EV practice problems and documented their solutions for the students. Systems Software Engineering – Algorithm Common Area (ACA) Lead for team of 10 engineers. Objectives generation, performance reviews, and merit increase determination for direct reports. Recruitment and interviews of experienced professional and college hire applicants for positions to support program needs. Performed weapon delivery and target location error accuracy analysis for laser-designated and EO based target geo-location weapon delivery modes for Harvest Hawk program. 8/2005 – 10/2006 Bell Helicopter, Fort Worth, TX Avionics and Weapon Systems Level 4 IPT Lead /Control Account Manager CAM with budgetary and schedule responsibilities for 31 internal and subcontract control accounts (~$242M) in the areas of avionics, electrical, E3, and automatic flight controls; IPT supervisor for team of 10 engineers. IPT management responsibilities: budget, schedule, and resource planning and allocation, task assignments to IPT members, staffing requirement projections, decomposition of customer requirements into manageable tasks, and interfacing with, and providing briefings and reports to, the customer and subcontractors. Supplier subcontract management: coordination with internal contracts and procurement IPTs and supplier program management, and verification of supplier Contract Performance Status Reports (CPSR) submissions for inclusion into internal CPSR submitted to customer. Earned Value Management for control accounts: task completion percentage assessment, cost and schedule variance analyses and reports, and estimate-at-complete (EAC) analyses and reports. Project schedule maintenance including coordination of inputs from, and outputs to, other internal IPTs and external suppliers. Proposal development responsibilities: providing budget / schedule estimates and technical inputs for IPT tasks, review and incorporation of supplier inputs, generation of inputs to Statements of Work (SOW) for internal and supplier tasks, coordination with contracts and other organizations to meet RFP deadline. 8/2002 – 8/2005 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Fort Worth, TX Systems Engineer Senior Staff Supported F-16 Peace Puma (Chile) offset program to define customer expectations, develop SOW and estimates, and develop course outlines for radar and air-to-air data-link training courses. Includes interfacing with General Rojas, director of FACH (Chilean Air Force) offset programs, and indigenous Chilean defense contractors. Derived methodology and developed models to predict and analyze of circular error probable target location error (TLE) and weapon delivery accuracy (WDA) for laser-guided and GPS/INS-guided precision-guided munitions weapon systems. Modeled and analyzed effects of aircraft signature characteristics, target location, and weapon delivery tactics upon the achievable TLE and WDA performance. Coordinated with and provided briefings to USG Program Office personnel and multiple IPTs regarding aircraft TLE and WDA requirements. Analyzed contractual TLE and WDA DR. ROBERT A MURPHY, PMP ● firstname.lastname@example.org (817) 683-6464 ● Page 4 performance requirements (KPPs/TPMs) and allocated performance and verification requirements to lower-level subsystem IPT's and supplier SOWs. 1/2000 – 8/2002 Raytheon Missile Systems, Tucson, AZ Principal Engineer Program manager for adaptive Ladar study: identified milestones, coordinated information exchanges with other centers and departments, mentored and advised junior engineers. Principal RF engineer for Guidance Integrated Fuzing (GIF) Air-to-Air IRAD program. Co-developer of material for Raytheon corporate-wide “Basic Principles of Radar” web-based training course. Task leader for classified trade study: generated reports and briefed results to the customer and personnel working on other classified programs. Threat TBM target modeling for surface-to-air missile advanced fuzing program. Radar system performance analysis for air-to-air missile program Radar Center alternate representative to the Training Guidance Team responsible for planning, scheduling, and cost accounting for existing courses and the implementation and development of new courses. 8/1995 – 1/2000 SETA Support Contractor WR-ALC, Warner Robins, GA Senior Engineer/Principal Engineer Principal Engineer for a Vulnerability Identification, Analysis, and Mitigation Internal Research Program. Technical representative of product development team: briefed congressional staff members, exposure to intellectual property and patenting legal issues, non-disclosure agreements, teaming agreements, market analysis, window of opportunity identification, and marketing and pricing strategies. Contracted Program Management Support for the U-2 ASARS-2 Program Manager (WR/ALC-LR). Contracted Program Management Support for the U-2 EW System (WR/ALC-LREA). Formulated future RF, MMW, and laser frequency interoperability strategies for the U-2 Data Link Master Plan technology roadmap. 1/1995 – 7/1995 Orlando Science Center, Orlando, FL Technical Consultant Technical Consultant for Orlando Science Center: developed subject material and exhibits to explain optics and laser principles for K-12 grade audiences to educate and stimulate interest in science. 11/1990 – 5/1995 UCF Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers, Orlando, FL Research Assistant Theoretical and experimental analyses / physical and statistical modeling of scattering produced by round-trip propagation through atmospheric turbulence and from random rough surfaces in Ladar systems. Dissertation: “Scattering by Rough Surfaces and Atmospheric Turbulence in Monostatic Laser Radar Systems” 1/1987 – 11/1990 Martin Marietta Missile Systems, Orlando, FL Senior Engineer RF & IR Signature Modeling & Analysis EO/IR/Laser CCM Analysis 6/1985 – 1/1987 DR. ROBERT A MURPHY, PMP ● email@example.com (817) 683-6464 ● Page 5 General Dynamic Tactical Aircraft Systems, Fort Worth, TX Senior Engineer RF & IR EO/IR ECM System Analysis 6/1980 – 12/1984 Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), Atlanta, GA Co-op Student RCS modeling & Analysis OTHER RELATED SKILLS Proficient in MS Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint E DUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering; University of Central Florida, May 1995 Master of Science in Electrical Engineering; University of Central Florida, December 1990 Bachelor of Electrical Engineering; Georgia Institute of Technology (co-op degree), June 1985 Project Management Institute, Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification, October 2007 Completed Phase I / Coursework for Raytheon Project Management Certification Program, March 2002 Training Experience EVM CAM Implementation Workshops for F-16, F-22, and F-35 – co-instructor partnered with Humphries & Associates consultants, member of course development team Introduction to the PMP – Lockheed Martin Aero course – co-developer, co-instructor Introduction to Modern Airborne Radar – Lockheed Martin Advanced Technical Institute (ATI) course – Instructor, course developer Analysis of Airborne Radar Systems – Lockheed Martin ATI course – Instructor, course developer Principles of Radar Systems – Raytheon Learning Institute (RLI) course – Instructor, revised existing material and developed new course material Analysis of Radar Systems – RLI course – Co-instructor Radar Signal Processing – RLI course – Proctor Basic Principles of Radar – RLI Corporate-wide web-based course – co-developer of course material U.S. Citizen, Active Top Secret Clearance, Latest SSBI completed Oct-08
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