Project Manager (Defense Technology)

Mabel D. Ingram

83 Walnut Street

Meridian, MS 39301

(601) 614-2135

PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

Proven ability to conceive, design, and implement efficient, cost-effective systems
GLOBAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Automated licensing and enforcement with IT solutions for international government. Established infrastructure system which reduces duplication among federal agencies. System is used by corporations and governments around the globe

CORE COMPETENCIES

·       Policy development

·       Federal telecommunications

·       National & international security

·       Communications infrastructures

·       Streamlining processes

·       Systems analysis

·       Export licensing

·       Joint ventures

WORK HISTORY

Defense Technology Security Administration, Meridian, MS

2000 – Present

Project Manager

Implement e-gov initiatives to reduce inefficiencies and support industries in competitive global markets.

·       Wrote a software development project to replace a legacy export licensing system. Manage design and develop requirements.

·       Collaborate across divisions and agencies.

·       Projected ROI is $8 million+ annually.

Defense Technology Security Administration, Meridian, MS

1987 – 2000

Special Assistant to the Director

Wrote system to enable secure information transfers between governments.

·       Conducted research to analyze system and strengthen program.

·       Directed automation policy issues.

·       Chairperson for IT planning and coordination committee.

Geodynamics, Meridian, MS

1983 – 1986

Systems Manager

·       Maintained secure IT systems for intelligence community. Specialized in authoring new integrations.

·       Maintained around the clock 100% system reliability

EDUCATION

Master of Arts Degree, System Analysis & Management

George Washington University, 1986

Bachelor of Science Degree, Psychology

Meridian College, 1981

Federal Executive Institute
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