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Stacey A. Franklin, PMP, LSSBB

Area Manager, Asia Pacific @ GSA

Area Manager, Asia Pacific at GSA

Hawaiian Islands

Ranked #37 out of 731 for Area Manager, Asia Pacific in Hawaii

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Stacey A. Franklin, PMP, LSSBB's Work Experience

GSA

Area Manager, Asia Pacific

February 2015 to Present

Department of the Army

Director of Logistics (GS-15), 404th Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB)

August 2012 to February 2015

Department of the Army

Chief, Plans and Operations Division (GS-14), Directorate of Logistics (DOL)

August 2011 to August 2012

Stacey A. Franklin, PMP, LSSBB's Education

University of Phoenix

MM Master of Management

2005 to 2008

University of Phoenix

MBA Business Administration

2005 to 2007

Hampden-Sydney College

BA Economics

1995 to 1999

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GSA

In February 2015, I was selected as the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Area Manager for Hawaii and the Far East. As the senior GSA representative for Hawaii and the Pacific Basin, I oversee the management and operation of all GSA Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) facilities, provision of supplies, marketing of related business lines and determination of...

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About Stacey A. Franklin, PMP, LSSBB

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Seasoned management executive with over 16 years of progressive Army Logistics Management experience and documented success in creating, developing, and executing strategic plans for assessment, consolidation, cost reduction, and improving overall efficiency in organizations. Innovative leader and motivator possessing solid convictions, morals, and business ethics. Exceptional written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills.Area Manager, Asia Pacific @ In February 2015, I was selected as the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Area Manager for Hawaii and the Far East. As the senior GSA representative for Hawaii and the Pacific Basin, I oversee the management and operation of all GSA Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) facilities, provision of supplies, marketing of related business lines and determination of Federal agency requirements. I also serve on the Honolulu - Pacific Federal Executive Board, and as the GSA Regional Emergency Coordinator for the Pacific in support of FEMA, SBA and other participating agencies. From February 2015 to Present (11 months) Director of Logistics (GS-15), 404th Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB) @ Director of Logistics (DOL) for U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii. In support of eight deployable brigades, I provided oversight for all aspects of installation level logistics planning and execution efforts, Unit mobilization for OIF/OEF deployments and multinational training exercises. I also provided assistance to numerous Army Family programs supporting over 94,500 Soldiers, Families and the military communities in Hawaii. From August 2012 to February 2015 (2 years 7 months) Chief, Plans and Operations Division (GS-14), Directorate of Logistics (DOL) @ Chief, Logistics Plans and Operations Division, Hawaii Directorate of Logistics (DOL). The Hawaii DOL is one of several directorates comprising the US Army Garrison - Hawaii (USAG-HI) under Installation Management Command (IMCOM). USAG-HI provides support services to military, government civilian, and contractor personnel and continually coordinates with various directors, special staff elements, and tenants. USAG-HI serves as a premier Power Projection Platform, and I am responsible for the DOL's provision of logistical support and services enabling efficient and effective training, deployment and redeployment of United States Army Pacific Command (USARPAC) soldiers, civilians, and units anywhere in the world on short notice. From August 2011 to August 2012 (1 year 1 month) Program Manager @ Program Manager of a $40M per year contract with direct responsibility for 498 contract employees. Responsible for directing and managing the operation and administration of the Logistical Support and Services/USAG-HI contract. Responsible for providing guidance and direction to Division Chiefs on the full range of functions pertaining to Supply & Support services, Transportation, Maintenance, logistical support, planning, ammunition surveillance, issue, and inspection services. Responsible for the financial and operational performance of the contract. My responsibilities include: total responsibility and authority for the Logistical and Support Services/USAG-HI performance; development and administration of operating policies and procedures within the limits of corporate and division policies; establishment and maintenance of adequate organization and staffing to meet contract requirements; coordination of the various Divisions and Sections of the facility or operating location; and development and maintenance of Customer and employee relations. From April 2010 to August 2011 (1 year 5 months) Deputy Program Manager @ Deputy Program Manager with direct responsibility for over 498 contract employees. Responsible for providing logistics interface and support to all Pacific area Army and civilian activities involved in the sustainment, training, and deployment of US troops. I coordinate logistics support for AMC and IMCOM managed supply chains within the Pacific AOR; implement government policy and develop guidance for the contracted portion of the Hawaii Directorate of Logistics (DOL) mission. Responsible for providing planning guidance and operational direction to the BAE Supply and Services Division, Maintenance Division and Transportation Division's internal and external analyses of DOL logistics functions. Responsible for developing and providing staff supervision over logistics data files, Quality Assurance and Army CSS automation systems that provide management accountability and/or asset visibility. Responsible for the application of all analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues and/or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of substantive logistics functions (i.e., internal activities or functions such as supply and/or procurement, which serves to facilitate line or program operations). Responsible for providing support to joint services and foreign governments in support of training missions when required/directed. I am responsible for applying knowledge of all pertinent laws, Army Supply regulations, Army Maintenance regulations, Army Transportation regulations, policies and precedents that affect the use of program and related support resources (e.g., personnel, money, or equipment). Responsible for maintaining situational awareness of all Army/IMCOM/AMC major issues, objectives and logistical operations of the organization. Responsible for developing new and/or modified contractor work methods, organizational structures, management processes, guidelines and procedures, for the conduct of logistical support functions. From August 2009 to April 2010 (9 months) Maintenance Division Chief @ Responsible for directing the activities of the Maintenance Division consisting of 278 personnel and a government property book valued in excess of $5M. Responsible for managing maintenance programs and procedures involving Left Behind Equipment (LBE), RESET, PassBack and Base Operations Maintenance for wheeled and non-wheeled commodities as well as directing and controlling a Shop Supply Activity. Responsible for development and preparation of Rough Orders of Magnitude (ROMs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), sub-contractor Statements of Work (SOW), Capability & Capacity Reports, cost projections, man-hour projections, and various other status reports. Responsible for the preparation and delivery of high-level briefings and conceptual presentations to General Staff Officers. Responsible for the interpretation of Army policy, regulations, directives, program documents, and general guidance identifying operational requirements. From January 2009 to August 2009 (8 months) Quality Assurance Manager @ Responsible for leading a 3-member team of senior Quality Assurance Specialists charged with auditing all aspects of performance for a $40M Army Logistics contact. Responsible for developing and implementing contract Quality Management Plans that provide ISO-compliant guidance, assessment and execution of contract requirements in support of the Hawaii Directorate of Logistics (DOL) mission. Responsible for coordinating Customer Issues and Concerns with functional Division Chiefs and administrative personnel to ensure all matters are addressed to the satisfaction of the customer. Responsible for providing direction and guidance for the contract Corrective and Preventive Action System designed to resolve and answer customer complaints (e.g., CDRs, PQDRs, CARs, etc.); leads Corrective and Preventive Action Teams and coordinates all waivers and deviations to the Primary Work Statement (PWS). Responsible for ensuring that Quality system procedures are maintained in accordance with instructions specific to the contract. From September 2008 to January 2009 (5 months) Senior Supply Analyst @ Responsible for leading a 5-member team of senior Army consultants and analysts comprising the Supply and Asset Visibility Branches of the Distribution Management Team (DMT), Army Materiel Command – Hawaii. I perform integrated supply management for general supplies to include Class II, III(P), IV, VII and IX at echelons above brigade level to facilitate logistical support of all Hawaii Army units. I'm responsible for the review of Army logistics policy and guidance, development of logistics support plans, and providing input to acquisition programs and milestone documentation. I'm responsible for providing support and logistics expertise to theatre-level strategic planning efforts and business process reengineering. I'm responsible for assisting in the conduct of system design alternatives analysis and other logistics analyses while reviewing supply performance statistics, conducting research, evaluating trends, and presenting suggestions on ways to improve them. From June 2007 to September 2008 (1 year 4 months) Supply & Services Division Chief @ Responsible for directing the activities of the Supply and Services Division consisting of 106 personnel and a government property book valued in excess of $870,000 dollars. Responsible for managing Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS-1/2AC) automation, Supply Support Activity Warehouse (SSA), Government Furnished Property Administration, Storage Operations, Central Receiving Point (CRP), Hazardous Materials Control Center (HMCC), Central Issue Facility (CIF), Troop Issue Subsistence Activity (TISA), and Munitions Branch, in support of the Directorate of Logistics, US Army Garrison, Hawaii (USARHAW). From April 2005 to June 2007 (2 years 3 months) Chief, Distribution Management Center @ Deployed in support of Combined Joint Task Force Bronco at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom. Directly responsible for supporting over 13,000 troops, multiple government, and civilian agencies throughout central, southern, and western Afghanistan. From April 2004 to April 2005 (1 year 1 month) Executive Officer, Division Materiel Management Center @ Principle assistant to the Chief, Division Materiel Management Center (DMMC), 25th Infantry Division Support Command (DISCOM), for planning, directing, and supervising daily operations, to include deployment and redeployment operations to Iraq and Afghanistan. From July 2003 to April 2004 (10 months) J-4 Supply and Services Officer @ Responsible for providing all essential day-to-day logistical support and sustainment to more than 300 US personnel within the Joint Special Operations Task Force – Philippines (JSOTF-P). From March 2003 to July 2003 (5 months) Battalion Logistics Officer @ Responsible for providing logistical support to a 200 soldier Forward Support Battalion (FSB) in a Light Infantry Division; primary advisor to the Battalion Commander and Company Commanders in all aspects of logistical planning and support. From January 2002 to March 2003 (1 year 3 months) Operations Officer @ Responsible for providing combat service support to a 3,500 soldier Brigade Combat Team. Assisted in planning requirements for ammunition, training, schools, organizational readiness surveys and acquiring training resources for brigade-level exercises. From May 2001 to January 2002 (9 months) Assistant Support Operations Officer @ Directly responsible for ammunition, fuel operations, maintenance, mobilization, and sustainment of a 3,500 soldier Light Infantry Brigade Task Force. From September 2000 to May 2001 (9 months) Combat Support Platoon Leader @ Responsible for supporting all logistical requirements and classes of supply to units assigned, attached or OPCON to Joint Task Force-Bravo. Provided parachute rigger support to include aerial delivery and sling load operations in the Joint Area of Operations (JOA). Supervised the operational readiness of more than $2 million dollars worth of equipment. Responsible for all hazardous material operations within the Joint Task Force. From September 1999 to September 2000 (1 year 1 month) MM, Master of Management @ University of Phoenix From 2005 to 2008 MBA, Business Administration @ University of Phoenix From 2005 to 2007 BA, Economics @ Hampden-Sydney College From 1995 to 1999 Master Certificate, Six Sigma @ Villanova UniversityMaster Certificate, Applied Project Management @ Villanova UniversitySix Sigma Black Belt @ Villanova UniversitySix Sigma Green Belt @ Villanova University Stacey A. Franklin, PMP, LSSBB is skilled in: Logistics, Military Logistics, Military, Army, Operations Management, Afghanistan, Security Clearance, Analysis, Government, Leadership, Command, Supply Chain, Project Planning, Lean Six Sigma, Project Management


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