Project Manager

Ted Thomas                   (TS SCI Active through 2019 also DoE “Q” SCI)

1372 Couples Circle Fairfield, CA 94533 US

Day Phone: 660-238-3618


Job Type: Permanent

Work Schedule: Full-Time, Shift Work, Intermittent, Job Sharing, Multiple Schedules

Work Experience:

Current: IT Project/Program Manager - General Dynamics
 (March 2016- Nov 2016)

Recent: CMSgt E9 Communications Squadron Senior Leader, Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA 94535 United States   (March 1986 – March 2016)  30-year Purple Heart veteran

03/2016 - 11/2016 
Salary: 120,000.00 USD Per Year
      Hours per week: 40

IT Program/Project Manager: TS SCI, DoD and DoE, IT Project Manager at the TS level with General Dynamics at Sandia Labs
- Ensured contracted work for customer progressed on schedule within budget and according to mission needs. Hosted VTC, Deep Dive discussions and weekly telecons with customers abroad. (position lost under current contract for funding)

USAF Senior Leader, Communications Squadron Superintendent:

- Led 200 personnel comprised of 9 Air Force Specialty Codes providing $47 Million in Comm systems

- Directed Information Technology (IT) Project Management, Programs and Budget to ensuring all communications installations were incorporated into all projects, MILCON new or remodeled facility's

- Managed Communications Security (COMSEC) & Information Assurance (IA) Work Centers implementing Installation-wide policies--enforced DoD mandated cyber security for 13,000 users/16,000 devices network

- Executed unit-level Quality Assurance, Training, Readiness, Fitness, Safety an By-Law programs
- Evaluated Unit Compliance with all Inspector General requirements and rated areas. Initialized the Management Internal Control Toolset Evaluation process

- Guided Knowledge Operations comprised of Records Management, Publications, Freedom of Information and Privacy Act program management support for 3 Wings and 49 partner units

- Oversaw $7.9M budget and 18 facilities--sustained mission critical Command Control Communications
Computer and Intelligence systems

- Provided Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems (ATCALS) and RADAR communications systems to ensure Safety of Flight for airfield operations. Provided secure and non-secure computer networks, radio,
voice over Internet Protocol and telephony systems to more than 8,000 users on base

- Provided Emissions Security (EMSEC) certifications to ensure safe transport/control of data emissions

- Managed the base Computer Security (COMPUSEC) program

Supervisor: Kendon Cato ( 925-294-4632)
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Brandman University (enrolled - complete Dec 2016)  Bachelor's Degree 12/2016 
GPA: 4.0 of a maximum 4.0
 Credits Earned: 117 Semester hours
 Major: Applied Studies Minor: Aeronautics, Safety, Mgmt
 --- Completing this degree to step for Graduate work in Organizational Leadership.  

Community College of the Air Force Maxwell AFB, AL United States Associate's Degree Major: Information Systems Technology
Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: A+, Security Plus, Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) 06/2002
GPA: 3.5 of a maximum 4 
Credits Earned: 60 Semester hours


Community College of the Air Force Fairfield, CA United States Associate's Degree 06/1999 Major: Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: A&P License

Embry Riddle Fairfield/Travis AFB, CA United States Some College Coursework Completed Major: Aeronautics Minor: Safety/Management (138 credit hours well diversified in Aeronautical Science)

Note: Numerous levels of Military Professional Military Education In residence and Correspondence Course focused on Leadership, Follwership, Mentorship, Communication Skills, and the Profession of Arms.

Certificates Security +, A+, COMSEC, Quality Assurance, Emissions Security, DoD 8570 (working on PMP Certs, projected Spring 2017) and FAA A+P license


References available upon request


  • ID#: 120834
  • Location: Fairfield, CA , 94533

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