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Jose Davila Cv 060309

  1. 1. Jose Davila 9757 Caminito Cuadro • San Diego, CA. 92129 760-258-6837 • Program Manager/Sr. Systems Engineer Executive and Engineering Management + Business Solutions + Legal and Regulatory compliance + Team building and Leadership + Solutions Engineering Results driven Senior Executive and Systems Engineer with over 20 years focused on Command and Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) systems in the Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) and proven leader as a Program Manager, leading business startups, experienced decision-maker in compliance and governance of complex issues and business processes. Perform analysis of existing information systems, applications, and processes to evaluate effectiveness and efficiency. Take overall ownership of department budget. Offering advanced skills as an Executive, Program Manager and Senior Systems Engineer in consulting to Defense customers Job History – 1973 to present • X-Feds, Inc. San Diego, 2007 – 2009, Program Manager/Sr. Systems Engineer • Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), 2007-2007, Sr. Systems Engineer • Davila Marketing and Capital Group (DMCG, Inc.), 2004 – 2007, CEO/Investment Consultant Intelesis Technologies, Inc, 1999 – 2004, Vice President • Booz|Allen|Hamilton Inc, 1997-1999, Associate • United States Marine Corps, worldwide 1973-1993 Professional Experience Program Management (10 years+) • SPAWAR 056 CES contract, which includes managing cost, schedule and performance as well as making decisions concerning contractual, financial, subcontractors, and personnel. I worked successfully with several clients to ensure timely execution of product deliverables. 1
  2. 2. • After September 11, 2001, I was hired by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service to install a sensor-based Waterside Security System around San Diego harbor to protect and secure Navy assets from terrorist attacks. I managed a team of six subcontractors in coordinating and installing radars, infrared and day cameras, sonar and build out of the Command and Control Center at OT-28 on the SPAWAR Campus for Commander Navy Region Southwest (CNRSW). Results of the successful completion of this task resulted in my assignment to perform pre-installation assessments at Souda Bay, Crete, Signorelli, and Agusta Bay, Italy respectively, and other Navy bases in Europe. • Project Manager for the Joint Recruiting Information Support System (JRISS), planned, designed and engineered, the installation of a frame-relay network consisting to support all military service components by automating recruiting business processes. The Recruiting Services Network (RSN) became the nation-wide joint service environment of over 100,000 users. Sr. Systems Engineering (20 years+) • Engineering Manager for PMW 160 Consolidated Afloat Network Enterprise System (CANES) program, coordinating the activities, reporting and product delivery of engineering products and artifacts, deliverables and assisting with Engineering direction and issues to the Program Office. Support to the and coordinating and facilitating the IT-21, NMCI, ONE-NET (INO) alignment between CANES and Next Generation NMCI program (NGEN). • Participated in the development of the Navy Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Reference Model for standardizing architectures and emerging standards for Navy-wide implementation while, participating in the Multi-Service SOA Consortium representing the Navy’s development of SOA providing coordination with other military agencies. The participation was a result of my direct involvement in developing a SOA Reference Model for SPAWAR 5.1.3. • Network Engineer and Network Transition Manager at the Naval Air Station, Fallon, Nevada (Top Gun) and the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division at China Lake, CA, managed and facilitated the transition of the base infrastructure from government control to Electronic Data Systems (EDS) control. Respectively I managed the conduct of surveys, Network design and Installation for a 24,000-user network into a new Unclassified and classified network infrastructure that spanned over a 1 million square mile area in the desert near Ridgecrest. • Resource Manager for matrixed teams of employees working on various Department of Defense projects such as a $40 million per year C4I system called Automated Digital Network System (ADNS), also supporting the Navy Digital Modular Radio (DMR) and the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) for SPAWAR PMW 179-2 simultaneously. The planning and designing of a communications system for the Ballistic Missile Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence (BMC4I) Defense system, a $50 million dollar per year effort. I also participated in various Design and Engineering Working Groups (DEWG) to develop telecommunications architectures to support Video Teleconference and ATM network technology using advanced Wideband communications methodologies. These efforts led to the End-to-End systems architectures currently employed by the Navy. Entrepreneur/Executive Experience (5 years+) Founder and CEO of DMCG, Inc, responsible for strategic goals and objectives of the organization and chairing the Board of Directors governance functions, met the organization's philosophy, mission, strategy, and its annual goals and objectives. Achieved design, marketing, promotion, delivery and quality of programs and services, ensuring the organization’s mission, programs, products and services present a strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders, conducted fundraising events, planning and implementation, including identifying resource requirements, researching funding sources, establishing strategies to approach funders, submitting proposals and administrating fundraising records and documentation. • Investments 2
  3. 3. Investment Consulting in the private placement of client’s investment funds into public companies. The result was direct financial support to the company and a lucrative return on investment for my clients in the form of interest on a one-year note and unrestricted shares of common stock. DMCG derived income from commissions for these transactions. • Marketing DMCG was also the marketing arm for an investment newsletter that I wrote monthly highlighting various public companies to a base of 5000 subscribers who regularly invested and solicited advice on these companies from I made special appearances at various shareholder events conducted by these companies and spoke to thousands on a regular basis on Internet chat rooms and investment sites. • VP of Information Technology Responsible was for the development, resource and management of IT and Engineering projects, including managing cost, schedule and performance and making decisions concerning contractual, financial, subcontractors, and personnel. Program Manager/Capture Manager for various Navy contracts including Anti Terrorist Force Protection (ATFP) Ashore a Multiple Award Contract, some proposals were in the commercial sector with the San Diego Transit Authority to secure commercial assets at San Diego Harbor post September 11, 2001, inventory and product management systems for Olhausen Billiards in San Diego, managing customer requirements to system development. • Business Development Maintain a network of relationships at Office of the Secretary of Defense, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Research Development and Architectures (ASN/RDA), In-depth knowledge of SPAWAR HQ and OPNAV functions Civil Service Director of Information Systems responsible for the Information Technology planning, support and operations for the Marine Corps Recruiting Command, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C. and the Headquarters, 12th Marine Corps District at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA. supervised 10 civilian and 13 military personnel in to support West Coast Recruiting Stations over an 8-state region. Military Experience: United States Marine Corps: 1973-1993 Supply Chief responsible for financial, acquisition, and logistics management of Marine Corps Assets. Served as the Operations Chief for the SASSY Management Unit, the Marine Corps premier automated mainframe supply system, responsible for the day-to-day operation of input and output of data into the daily logistics cycles, troubleshooting system cycle errors and management of processing of over $20 Million of Marine Corps property coming in and out of Camp Pendleton to various deployments and worldwide conflicts. It was during this assignment that I gained expertise in network management and began by training as a Banyan Vines engineer, the Marines principle standard network operation environment. I supervised a 30 Marine unit of programmers, database administrators, and hardware maintenance technicians. Gulf War: Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm • Responsible for the off-loading and accountability of assets from the Maritime Pre-positioning Ships at the Port of Jubal, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 3
  4. 4. • Temporarily assigned to prepare and transfer mainframe information for the deployment of logistics systems to the Gulf War on deployable Mainframes for HQMC, I&L • Became the Operations Chief for the deployed SASSY Management Unit during Desert Shield/Desert Storm Education MA in progress, Cal State University, Dominguez Hills BS, Organizational Leadership, Biola University BS Computer Science, University of Maryland, University College Learning Tree International, Project Management, skills for Success – 1996 Learning Tree International, C++ Programming for Managers – 1997 Associations Member of Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association since 1995 Awards and Campaigns Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society, Lifetime Inductee since 2005 Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2nd Award) South West Asia Medal Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait) Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia) Korean Defense Service Medal References upon request 4