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Patrick D. Huff
20934 Bandera Street
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
(818)-419-1736
patrick.huff.usace@gmail.com
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/patrick-d-huff/10/300/704
Skype: Patrick.d.huff
Present Position:
Director at CRC Consulting - Organization & Educational Research patrickhuff.usace@gmail.com
Summary
Education & Credentials • Doctorate of Education, Organizational Leadership, Pepperdine University (Honors),
pending May 2017 • Doctorate, University of Phoenix, Distance Management and Advanced Technologies,
pending 2019 • Master of Science, Architecture, Oklahoma University (Honors) • Defense Acquisitions
University (DAU), Level 2 Contracting Certification • Defense Acquisitions University (DAU), Level 2
Program Management Certification • Bachelor of Science, Architecture, Oklahoma University (Honors) •
Command and General Staff Officer Course (CGSOC), Leadership Certification • Bachelor of Science,
Environmental Engineering, Oklahoma University (Honors) • Logistics Executive Development College,
(ALEDC), Industrial Manufacturing Research, Development, Acquisitions, Fielding and Disposal, U. S. Army
• Bachelor of Science, Journalism & Public Relations (Honors) Majors in Geology, Political Science, Wichita
State University Specialties: Professional Designations & Affiliations • Lieutenant Colonel, USAR (Ret),
Battalion Cmdr. • Organizational Development, Director of Programs, Publications, and Author • Member,
American Institute of Architects (AIA) • National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB) • Army
Contracting Agency, Level 2 Contracting Cert. • Department of Defense, Level 2 Program Management Cert.•
Board Certified Architect, 1980 (multi-state) • CAB Exam Review Sub-Committee Leadership • National
Assoc. of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) • Calif. Architects Board (CAB) Exam Commissioner •
Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC) • Developer of knowledge and learning program methods, course
materials and instructional texts.
Publications
Korea Impact: Working within Cultural Diversity
GPS-AG, Inc. Publications December 19, 2013
Authors: Patrick D. Huff
The four part series explores 12 years of work experience in Korea. The purpose of the video is to
provide definition, clarity, and knowledge gained from an immersed in Asian culture. Specifically, the
presentation focus is on applying global leadership theory, design, and the implementation of military
contract and acquisition requirements3.) balancing focus between SPELIT and SWOT frameworks, 4.)
SPELIT & SWOT needs assessments, and 5.) SPELIT & SWOT analysis as applied to the study. The
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audio book can be viewed together with the full document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog.
Mr. Huff has designed this series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at
Pepperdine University with specific focus on producing a valued inquiry and series of observations that
provides a solid return on investment for the CEO that commissioned the study. (32m)
Sea State Change: Calm before an organizational storm
GPS-AG, Inc. Publications January 2014 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
Change Plan Initiative: This is an audio/video book that reveals original research and findings of the author
and his team as they unlock the inner workings of an organization at the request of a newly assigned Chief
Executive Officer. The book is published in a series of six chapters, each with distinct titles. The third in
the series (Chapter 3) opens a dialogue pertaining to the creation of a design and development towards
leading change. It explores the application of theory, guiding and influencing change, mapping strategy,
goals and objectives. As such, the book discusses the creation of a plan that utilizes John P. Kotter’s Eight
Stage Process (Change Model) to lead change by introducing transformative influences. This book sets the
stage for the next in the series dealing with a cyclonic disturbance (change in the organization's current
cultural direction) that occurs when the plan is implemented. The book concludes by revealing the
author’s planning assumptions and focus on anchoring (sustainable) change. The audio book can be viewed
together with the full unedited document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog. Mr. Huff has
designed this series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine
University with specific focus on producing a valued inquiry and series of observations that provides a solid
return on investment for the CEO that commissioned the study.
A Cyclonic Disturbance: Weathering rapid organizational change.
GPS-AG, Inc. Publications January 27, 2014 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
Implementation Plan: This is an audio/video book that reveals original research and findings of the author
and his team as they unlock the inner workings of an organization at the request of a newly assigned Chief
Executive Officer. The book is published in a series of six chapters, each with distinct titles. The fourth in
the series (Chapter 4) opens a dialogue pertaining to the implementation of the author’s Change Plan
Initiative (CPI) by applying Darrel Sink’s analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation
(ADDIE-ISD) model; and, Malcolm Knowles adult learning principles as critical components in the process
of developing and implementing an organizational learning program. In this book the author elaborates on
his pre-implementation, implementation, and post-implementation phase planning. A critical factor in the
author’s planning process is to ensure the plan resonates with the CEO to transform his organization into one
that is “built-to-learn”. The book concludes as the author’s shifts consideration to the subsequent task of
evaluation as linked to his overall strategy, goals, and objectives. The audio book can be viewed together
with the full unedited document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog. Mr. Huff has designed this
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series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine University with
specific focus on producing a valued inquiry and series of observations that provides a solid return on
investment for the CEO that commissioned the study.
Coastal Storm Assessment: Evaluating organizational change
GPS-AG, Inc. Publications January 27, 2014 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
Evaluation Plan: This is an audio/video book that reveals original research and findings of the author and
his team as they unlock the inner workings of an organization at the request of a newly assigned Chief
Executive Officer. The book is published in a series of six chapters, each with distinct titles. The fifth in
the series (Chapter 5) opens a dialogue pertaining to the evaluation process. The author chose to focus on
determining measured success by accomplishing a uniform and balanced learning program that moves
employees towards change by "embracing a learning culture." To accomplish this, the author utilizes four
levels of evaluation to track and measure incremental successes or wins and program accomplishments.
Collectively, the evaluations are designed to measure financial, customer relations, business practices,
learning, and leadership performance. The author accomplishes this by integrating into his plan a balanced
scorecard evaluation model. This unified and balanced approach offers the author the ability to measure
and assess curriculum, component goals, learning objectives, and coursework for effectiveness based on
employee reaction, learning, behavior and results towards transforming an organization to one that is “built-
to-learn”. The book concludes as the author’s represents a summary of findings and outcomes related to
achieving the CEO’s desired needs and goal. The audio book can be viewed together with the full
unedited document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog. Mr. Huff has designed this series in
accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine University with specific
focus on producinga valued inquiry and series of observations that provides a solid return on investment
for the CEO that commissioned the study.
Tidal Change: Effective outcomes from organizational learning
GPS-AG, Inc. Publications January 27, 2014 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
Conclusions: This is an audio/video book that reveals original research and findings of the author and his team
as they unlock the inner workings of an organization at the request of a newly assigned Chief Executive
Officer. The book is published in a series of six chapters, each with distinct titles. The sixth in the series
(Chapter 6) opens a dialogue pertaining to the study findings, outcomes, and concluding observations. After
implementing the Change Program Initiative (CPI), the author examines whether the program answers the
initial questions posed by the CEO regarding his situation, goal, objectives, and performance requirements to
successfully position his organization for an Initial Public Offering (IPO). Upon analysis of the survey data,
the author identifies significant observations gained from the study and plan implementation. Together with
critical findings and discoveries, this book reveals answers to the original questions posed by the author to the
CEO. In revealing the findings to each of the questions, key accomplishments as determined by "proven
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methods of measurement" are discovered related to the company's financial, customer relations, business
practices, learning, and leadership performance. The book series concludes as the author reflects on the
effectiveness of his plan’s implementation as measured by periodic LPI 360 climate surveys, changes in
percentages of curriculum completion, and overall performance of the company. These are revealed by the
author's application of the Balanced Scorecard Method as a means of determining a "shift of mind" to that of a
company "adapted to a learning behavior” now built-to-learn within a highly competitive market. The audio
book can be viewed together with the full unedited document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog.
Mr. Huff designed this series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine
University.
Recognition of Our Veterans
GPS-AG, Inc. and CRC Research, Inc, 501c November 9, 2013 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
(Hover over the project title and click on the arrow button to view video.) My ADDIE-ISD Team put together
this video with the help of many contributing professionals and artists. The video was integrated with other
instructional supplements and tools for a middle school presentation this week in Los Angeles, CA. The kids
seemed to appreciate the lesson we developed. However, this morning my team discussed the experience and
outcome of the project. We discovered we benefited from our experience as much or more than the 200
students did! It is great when a learning experience proves to be as inspirational to the instructor as it is to the
student. My team and I would like to thank Pepperdine University's EDOL program, and its great faculty for
providing us with the knowledge and inspiration that empowered us to share what we learned from them to
benefit others. Let me know what you think of it. Patrick, http://youtu.be/ ErapbZaRqpk
Research & Investigative Literature List
P.D. Huff June 21, 2014
Authors: Patrick D. Huff, Kirk Marshall Clayton
The following is a list of publications and meeting notes that proved to be valuable in connection with the
various projects illustrated on my LinkedIn page.
China Rising: Edited works of key investigators, researchers, and scholars on the question of China
GPS-AG, Inc. Publications February 1, 2014 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
The paper explores key historical literature and relevant narratives on the subject of China's emergence as a
global super-economic power. It compiles findings and observations of over seventy research groups,
scholars, analysts, and subject matter experts in an attempt to identify key economic (currency and reserve)
trends and probable outcomes related to the potential of a political-economic re-balancing or new
equilibrium and currency system within the global community.
China Rising
Global Performance Strategies-AG, Inc. July 19, 2014 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
A comprehensive six volume analysis of China and its phenomenal rise. The approach to this investigation
and publication of its diverse (multidisciplinary) environmental factors is unique. However, the study is
conducted in strict accordance with conventional western research mixed-method protocols. Upon the
completion of the study, six separate volumes will be published. Each will provide evidence, findings,
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conclusions, and predictive outcomes derived from three current dynamic computer models. The generation of
each dynamic model follows DoD protocols, configuration, and scientific notation designed specifically to
benefit social, political, economic, legal, inter-cultural, and technological researchers, strategists, and policy
planners within the intelligence community. The research is framed using the SPELIT Matrix Model.
China's 2012 Economic Growth Estimated at 8.1 %
GPS-AG, Inc. January 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
This review is based on the article published in the online edition of the Bloomberg News 21 August 2012.
Having just completed an immersion study of China's social, political, legal, intercultural, technology &
infrastructure, the following presents observations pertaining to Zhou Xin, Scott Lanman, and Patrick
Harrington's research on the topic.
Trusting A Leader? - The effects of an organization
GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University September 2011 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
The purpose of this paper is to review individual trust and its relationship and effect on leadership; and
subsequently the effect of trust on leadership and organizational behavior (OB). Dr. Schmieder-Ramirez
suggests the rubric on the leadership “Trust” paper should be reviewed by all students as it forms for the guide
for those measurements she intends to use in her review and evaluation of all student work in this course. The
Leadership -“Trust” A General Discussion paper shall address the following criteria: 1. Purpose of trust as you
see it; What is its purpose according to your opinion? 2. Is the body of the paper clear and supportive of your
premise? 3. Is the context of the paper clear? Have you included the necessary context to the discussion of trust
in your opinion? 4. How does the issue of trust relate to organizational behavior? This is described in the
rubric. 5. What is the conclusion?
Publish and Prosper
GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University November 2010 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
This paper explores the application and use of YouTube. The questions are summarized as follows: 1. What is
YouTube? 2. What applications or uses does YouTube serve? 3. What can be concluded about personal or
business uses of YouTube? 4. Caution should be exercised related to the use and access of internet webcast
postings? The responses are framed in the context of central assumption(s) or problem statement(s).
The Effect of Learning on Identity
GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University September 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
This article addresses questions posed by Dr. Kathleen Plinske in Forum-6 at Pepperdine University
pertaining to Chapter 3 of James Paul Gee’s book, What Video Games Have To Teach Us About Learning
and Literacy, published by Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Dr. Plinske indicates that in Gee's Chapter 3 he
emphasizes how all learning is about forming a new identity. Specifically, Dr. Plinske’s questions are, “Do
you think that your identity has been changed at all thus far in the EDOL program? If so, how? If not, why do
you think that is?” Specifically then in the context of Gee’s observations on learning he suggests that there are
essentially twelve basic learning principles that apply as related to interfacing with and “being drawn” into a
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“committed” learning experience in the context of interactive video games that perhaps may have an effect on
ones identity.
Occupy Wallstreet: A People's Revolt
GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University May 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
The article explores occurrences in foreign counties given a specific focus on a seminal event that occurred
when certain social-political incidents spilled-over into the U.S. in the form of grass root demonstrations. The
turning point or catalyst that elevated attention to this movement was the March on Wall Street incident that
occurred here in the United States. The good news is that in most cases these social demonstrations have been
so well organized the price for social and governmental change has largely been peaceful not involving mass
(if any) loss of life. In my view, it was only a matter of time before the pressure of global economies creates a
"blow-back" event (using a CIA term) to the United States with such force that the effect on our united
republic will significantly force disruptive change in the U.S. In short, the potential for change is becoming
more evident as adjustment in the current U.S. social-political sea-state is currently underway. I offer the
article below in support of others researching and/or studying associated social-political or organizational
behavioral theory as they continue to develop their understanding of Leadership Dilemmas In Modern Times.
The information is presented for investigation and research consideration.
How is That Wiki Working For You?
GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University May 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
This paper addresses a series of questions posed by Dr. Kathleen Plinske in Forum-7 at Pepperdine University
regarding a reflective on the subject of Wikis. Specifically Dr. Plinske directed the research and reflection
cover the following assessments: 1) Wikis as a learning tool, 2) Wikis as an application or tool related
to e-learning, and 3) Cite concerns or reservations regarding the use of Wikis as an e-learning tool. The
information provided offers a personal insight into this media structure, process, and form of cultural
expression.
What's Up With Google Docs?
GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University September 2012
Authors: Patrick D. Huff
This research explores Google Docs to determine its functionality and possible applications. In the process,
a number of web-based platforms were discovered that were similar to the subject of the study. With this
realization, the research was expanded to additionally focus on just what sets Google Docs apart from all the
other cloud based platforms it competes with. Upon completion of the review, the following functions were
found to be key to the basis of its uniqueness: 1) The application is within the semiotic domain of free web-
base access and use; 2) There is no requirement to upload any application software; 3) All supported
applications can be shared in real-time by collaborative work groups; 4) The web-site provides central
storage for collaborative work; 5) The software concept and design eliminates the hassle (or confusion) of
consolidating multiple input documents; 6) It provides a real-time interactive chat capability; 7) It tracks
real-time input from the collaborative by individual contributor; 8) Users can easily upload or import files
from other desktop applications; and, 9) Collaborated file access is controlled and secure on the web
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platform. The collaboration function is powerful, fast and extremely responsive. Online collaboration efforts
or activities allow individual post tracking that is immediately viewable.
Skype & the Amplification of Input Principle
GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University May 2012
Authors: Patrick D. Huff
The article explores Skype as available during 2012 within the commercial consumer web-based
communications media domain. The telecommunication program since being founded in 2003 has
experienced a high level of success in offering a unique internet multifunctional (video-conferencing)
communication software and operating platform. (Limited) Since 1995 the use of Skype has expanded to
that of approximately 27,000,000 viewers/users at any one time. Largely due to this success Skype became a
subsidiary of Microsoft. The project was directed by Dr. Kathleen Plinske and was designed to explore the
use and capability of this media. Skype as a learning tool can improve efficiency and the effectiveness of
deliverables through improved communications between research cohorts. A number of observations and
insights are shared for the benefit of the student academic community.
Leadership Dilemmas in Modern Times
GPS-AG, Inc. January 2012
Authors: Patrick D. Huff
The publication presents a series of articles that have been formatted for quick-access on the internet. Each
covers specific areas of research as directed by various senior faculty at Pepperdine University. The research
design focus is to inspire discovery and encourage additional inquiry into each of the central topics listed.
View complete article at: http://patrickdhuff.blogspot.com/
China...An Emerging U.S. Perception
GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
Article focuses on past and present U.S. perceptions of China in the context of social and political economic
interests. Perhaps the data presented raises interest through the lens of the U.S. worldview as to how to
continue to embrace and develop this continuing relationship with the PRC. President Nixon may have had
it right when he essentially initiated the era of ping-pong diplomacy beginning with his Beijing table-tennis
delegation in 1972. During my tenure in Afghanistan, it became very clear the future of the U.S. economy is
tied to the Chinese (PRC) in many more ways than is commonly appreciated by main street Americans.
Viewing the attached data will assist in clarifying an opinion and understanding of the relationship between
these two super-powers in the future.
India's Performance Management Problem
GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
The article focuses on trust and degrees of multi-variant outcomes in the context of workplace performance.
China's Bully Tactics...A Political Economist's Worldview from Behind Closed Doors
GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
The article explores China's recent expressions or tactics that some would view as counter to developing
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relations with the U.S.
Why Government is the Problem...Milton Friedman's Viewpoint
GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012
Authors: Patrick D. Huff
In the course of economic study one occasionally crosses works of scholars that represent "show-stoppers"
as we called them in the military. In the context of political economics, the publication of Dr. Friedman's
work by the Hoover Institute is simply too well stated to overlook. The following is an extract from his work
within the section entitled executive summary: "The major social problems of the United States -
deteriorating education, lawlessness and crime, homelessness, the collapse of family values, the crisis in
medical care - have been produced by well-intended actions of government. That is easy to document"
Friedman argues. "The difficult task is understanding why government is the problem". This article is the
result of directed research associated with doctorate studies at Pepperdine University.
Countdown to Meltdown...The Emergence of Malthusian Doctrine in the Context of Global Economics
GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
The article considers leadership from the perspective of leader traits and skills, self-interests, trust,
communications, as possible influences affecting change and innovation in the workplace. The research
engages in conducting a qualitative survey of the nature of people and related organizational behavior
in governmental and nongovernmental organizations. Countdown to Meltdown, is consistent with and
provides illumination on the crisis confronting leadership today. In 1979 the People’s Republic of China
(PRC) identified trends that represented alarms to the continuation and survival of their government. They
have attempted to address the problem by deploying a number of initiatives aimed at reversing these trends.
Their initiatives address mechanical (social engineering) and technological (integrated digital management
system controls and applications) as approaches to the problem of population control, maintenance of their
global power, resource availability, energy independency, and the sustainment of economic growth. This
research explores one of a number of approaches to addressing the coming crisis is for world leaders to
boldly face the problem head-on by developing an equable global economic plan proportional to those
constructs established in Adam Smiths’ economic theory and publication pertaining to the Wealth of
Nations.
United States Budget Dilemma...An Iceberg Ahead of a Rudderless Ship
GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors:
Patrick D. Huff
The attached YouTube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EW5IdwltaAc&feature=youtu.be was
sent to me by a consortium of accounting and financial professionals this last week. It comes at a timely
I am engaged in international studies pertaining to economic theory and practice. The warning issued in
the piece is based upon current government records and observations from those independent from the
government with no apparent biased. The total media clip is about 5 minutes. It offers an opportunity to
gain a true understanding of the government's current financial condition and the dilemma that we all face
in the United States. I covers increasing concern about the ability of the United States to maintain or
sustain its current economic standing in the global community.
Securing a Career Placement Edge: An Advanced Approach to Student Study Abroad
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GPS-AG; Amazon Publishing February 18, 2015
Authors: Patrick D. Huff
This design approach intends to place student study aboard in an empirical perspective. A central purpose
of the design and organization of the journey is to ensure the development of a clear and concise record of
discoveries. The central objectives of the proposed methodologies and approach are focused on obtaining
the maximum return on the investment (ROI). The design is key to organizing and framing the research
and experience in a way that ensures one’s ability to reflect and express in-depth learning experiences and
insights to others. In short, this publication is about sharing a concept, design, methodologies, and approach
that will set you up to gain the most out of an experience of a lifetime, in this case, a first-hand exposure to
the future impact of China. This approach when combine with a student study aboard program offers
participants a distinct advantage in jump-starting their career with an approach to international course work
that is valued by corporations seeking fresh talent for engagements in international business, research, and
development. Upon the publication of this study’s findings (Volume 3), these candidates will be equipped
with a consensus of expert opinions and judgments as to the direction China is likely to take in the next 10
years and why. When these findings and insight are offered to the targeted future international employer,
you will have a distinct knowledge-edge and talking-point advantage over the competition.
Nash Equilibrium Theory and Gaming Integration with Mitroff and Turoff's Delphi Policy Method for
Increased Outcome Significance
GPS-AG, Inc. Publications August 9, 2015
Authors: Patrick D. Huff
This paper explores the integrated application of Nash equilibrium theory as a mixed strategy set for finite
player groups assuming two competing global ideologies, with finite high-value objectives, as pure strategies
to achieve dominance. Modeling includes the assumption that there are three competing global player groups
of which two have significant payoff values. The third group is not considered significant due to its limited
potential influence and ability to drive global events. Therefore, any related potential outcome derived from
the third player group is not relevant. The model assumes inter-dependency between player group one and
two. The purpose of the investigation is to determine player group one's potential or move probabilities as
related to its future strategy-sets, internal and external policies, and direction over a measured period of time
and performance.
Huff University
GPS-AG, Inc. September 11, 2015
Authors: Patrick D. Huff
Established for educational purposes to provoke and simulate critical thinking and learning. Some of the
posts on this site have been placed there to challenge your ideologies and believes.
In some cases the materials will offer confirmation, in others, you will find alternatives that will
change your thinking and beliefs forever. Consider this. Question everything, self-verify, and seek
discovery. This includes self- reflection and yes, questioning your beliefs and judgment.
The videos posted are intended to raise a level of new understanding and appreciation of the world
around you.
Respectfully submitted for your review and consideration. LTC Huff (Ret). Link to Huff University
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Library via the Clayton CRC Research Consultancy:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5m8WyD9wb8CN2Mj9jeh9jQ/playlists
Work Experience
Director, CRC Research Consultancy, 501(c) (3) Version A
May 2012 - Present (3 years 9 months)
Director of Operations and Research Programs. The Clayton Research Consultancy vision. The
project members collaborate in the conceptualization, design, methodology, and approach to projects in
accordance with the stipulations of Report Certification agreements (as documented by report number,
version and publication date) that are consistent with mutually agreed upon, accurate representation of the
collective work effort of all members of the Project Team for submission to Faculty Mentor(s)/Professor(s) as
supported and stipulated and approved Project Team’s Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU)
requirements. The participating Project Team members in this GSEP-EDOL program are expected to exercise
initiative and good judgment when participating in the consultancy project and or when representing
Pepperdine University. Due to high public visibility of the consultancy project and it work in association with
the University, this Project Team is response for upholding the highest level of professional behavior. This
Project Team accepts responsibility for meeting any specific performance requirements set by the
organization that is the subject of research. Organizational culture, rules, regulations, and reporting hierarchy
are fully followed. Such regulation compliances extend to security clearances and protocol with the Project
Liaison for the purpose of discussing the proposed consultancy organizational planning, the identification of a
problem statement, and/or the negotiation of the research design, methodology, approach. CRC is a Christian
organization committed to higher learning that employs the highest standards of professional excellence and
Christian values, where our clients are strengthened for life, service and leadership. I/we as project team
members agree to comply with and honor the conditions, terms and stipulations as set forth.
Sr. Vice President; COO, Aspen Engineering and Construction Mgmt. Services, Inc.
September 2010 – Present (5 years 9 months)
Position provides internal strategic planning; assessment of knowledge and learning needs; and special
initiatives. Mr. Huff leads the corporation in identifying emerging markets and subsequent development, to
include operations consulting to the corporation’s board, CEO, executive staff, and practitioners. In addition,
Mr. Huff acts as a corporate representative; advises clients as to the corporation’s strengths; unique capabilities;
aligns the corporation’s statement of qualifications to specific client needs and requirements; assisting in
identifying client-corporation stakeholder opportunities, contract negotiations; and, client relations development
so as to optimize the performance of the client-corporation stakeholder relationship.
President: Organizational research and leadership assessment consultant, Global Performance Strategies
-AG, Inc.
July 2010 - Present (5 years 7 months)
Position supports the intent of the corporation to conduct for profit research and perform business advisory
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planning, modeling, organizational development studies, conduct operations surveys and assessments,
develop and perform restructure modeling, conduct cohort based collective analysis, develop metric based
assessments, construct determinations & findings and to provide associated advisory & consulting services
to government agencies and private organizations. The corporation develops research and educational
information publications, papers and materials from selected public and private work performed with the
intent of offering such information and materials to private corporations for confidential internal use as well
as provide selected publications to the general public and public broadcast production developers for external
distribution and electronic media commercial customers. Educational information and materials focus on
strategic organizational structuring, procedures, operations and leadership development.
American Institute of Architects (AIA), and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
(NCARB)
1999 - Present (Over 17 years)
(See organizations below.)
Program Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
January 2010 - July 2010 (7 months)
Program Manager Middle East District, Winchester, VA - (Kandahar District Office, Afghanistan) Duties:
Program Manager in charge of product delivery team (PDT) coordination, planning and leadership and
direction of effort to administer and execute pre and post awards on projects funded by multiple government
agencies in the Afghanistan-South. Responsible for direct assistance to the Deputy Program Manager (DPM),
Deputy to the Deputy Program Manager, and DDPM for organizational analysis and change management
transition from resident engineering office to full district office authorized Oct 2009. Provided SWOT
research, findings, and recommendations to the DPM. Researched and instituted Charrette Program and
executed daily project management requirements. Position included negotiating funding approvals with
Middle East District and U.S. agencies. Developed program requirements, budgets, department labor codes,
and funding for AES district office. Responsibilities included assumption of program cost analyst
responsibility, scheduling, coordinating, contracting, legal reviews, technical evaluations, performance work
statements, scheduling, and engineering. Strategy & Leadership Successes: Established first time in history
sole budget and expenditure control over the Charrette Program-South by the Kandahar district office.
Charrette Program included design, technical and cost estimate reviews of 23 projects or approx. $780M in
work. Researched, initiated, executed, and administrated first Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement
(ACSA) with NATOs NAMSA program for USACE-AES District Office in joint multinational logistical and
MILCON program coordination and mission support effort. Program, project management portfolio included
43 MILCON projects in excess of $1.2B. Total PDT included of approx. 38 team members and consultants.
Assistant Director - LOGCAP at U.S. Army Contracting Command
March 2009 - January 2010 (11 months)
Bagram Office, Afghanistan: Duties: Contracting, briefings, and coordination with Deputy Program Director
(DPD) LOGCAP, contractors, Army Contracting Command (ACC), Defense Contract ManagementAgency
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(DCMA), Department of State (DOS), and other agencies. Activities included training, briefs, educational
systems, lessons learned, future operations plans. Travel to Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan. Responsible for
contracting and leadership to Army Support Command, LOGCAP III to IV transition, including tech
evaluations, performance work statements, research, crafting policy, and program concepts. LOGCAP lead in
Jalalabad, N. Afghanistan re-organizing support of 23 Forward Operating Bases (FOBs) transitioning 101st
Airborne Div. to 82nd Airborne Div., approx. $1.6B in MATOC contracts. Strategy & Leadership Successes:
Chaired, researched and restructured Water Resource Program contracting, work performance statement,
specifications, pre and post awards, solicitation. Increased effectiveness from 23.6 wells per 100, to 97.4 wells
per 100, as approved by USFOR-A for $114.8M. Subsequence phases of the program were executed that
extended the water resources budget and contracts to over $800 million. Achieved uniform performance work
statements, contracting, equipment, technical controls. Organized and lead Deputy Program Director
reorganization plan. Included engineering, contracting, operations, legal, leadership, and lines of
responsibility. During his service in-country Huff completed a number of assignments associated the United
Nations-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF).
Sr. Vice-President, COO, Aspen Engineering and Construction Management Services, Inc., Los Angeles,
CA
May 1995 – January 2009 (14 years 2 months)
Area of responsibility – California, Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas. Mr. Huff administered the day to
day operations of the business to include participating in ongoing assignments in support of on-site facility
engineering, assessments, and evaluations. Conducted the acquisition, procurement, and contracting
requirements for the company as well as for those corporations and facilities that Mr. Huff directly supported
on-site. During this period Mr. Huff provided direct design engineering and technical programs support to
Hallmark Media Corporation, Sparrowhawk Media International, the National Broadcast Corporation, NBC
Sports, Prime Sports, Fox Sports. He completed over $28M in high-visibility projects that included technical
information technology integrations (system architecture, networks, digital storage systems, and international
program broadcast streaming) in support of an international broadcast operations center located in Denver,
Colorado, completing all project requirements and deliveries on-time and on-schedule. Mr. Huff was
additionally responsible for the knowledge and learning program curriculum, design, development,
implementation, assessment, evaluation, modification, and performance-based redesign of all the facility
engineered systems operational procedures, training manuals, instruction, protocols, safety, security, and
environmental controls and mitigation programs. These safety, security, and technical training curriculums,
course design, methods, implementation, and instruction were created, delivered, and supervised by Mr. Huff
in accordance with industry national underwriting laboratory and factory mutual standards and reviews.
Architect, Federal government
2006 - 2008 (2 years)
Program/Project Manager responsible for guidance and direction of project architectural and engineering
planning and construction documentation pertaining to major Army Corps of Engineers assignments while in
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Afghanistan. (General Facilities, Office, Medical and Airfields)
Program Director, Acquisition & Contract Programs & Training Design and Implementation at U.S.
Secretary of Army, Acquisitions, Logistics, and Technology Office (ASAALT)
2001 - 2008 (7 years)
Organizational executive director and lead proponent for the organization's program initiatives,
implementation, evaluation, vision, and mission. Chief responsible office in charge of acquisition and
contract programs in support of the U.S. Army (Reserve Component Programs) with direct report to the
Western Division Commander and the U.S. Sec. of Army (ASAALT) Deputy Commander.
Regional Director, Battalion Commander at Army Contracting Agency, Western Region, USAR
January 2005 - February 2007 (2 years 2 months)
(See Korea Work Experience: Korea Impact, Working within cultural diversity. Short topic video is
available under publications below that provides a (14 min) overview of position responsibilities and
accomplishments available on Mr. Huff’s LinkedIn page) Direct report to the Office of the Assistant
Secretary to the Army Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASAALT)-AR, Asst. Military Deputy
Commander, Department of Defense, Army Reserve Component, Pentagon. Responsibility includes
program budgets and daily administration of 6 divisional offices with direction of 6 senior managers and 36
operations personnel. • Strategy & Leadership Successes:
• Created the national organization, developed and negotiated inter-agency operating agreements and
recruited professional personnel, • Increased productivity, inter-agency communications, and net contracting
costs, • Directly responsible for successful award of $640 million in service and material contracts per year
with zero percent remaining close-outs at end of each fiscal period. • Successfully supported British,
Canadian, and Australian counterpart contracting requirements. • Successfully resourced and supported Iraqi
and Afghanistan Theater contracting requirements
Assistant Director Regional Engineering Division, Sr. Project Manager at Cushman & Wakefield of
Calif., Inc.
May 1990 - May 1995 (5 years 1 month)
Area of Responsibility - So. Calif. & lower states to Mississippi River. Position responsible for facility or
complex management, engineering, construction management, and maintenance operations. Scope included: M
& A focus on due-diligence. Responsible for $22-30m in annual renovation work of national accounts to
include: •Texaco •Wells Fargo •Pacific Telesis •Hyundai Merchant Marine •General Electric Credit Corporation
•Chevron •Fox Sports •Panavision •Liberty-Telecom, Inc. •Yucaipa Companies •CA. A&C Writer’s Union •U.S.
Internal Revenue Service • Operations & Financial Successes: • Expanded organization, developed ops policy
and practice standards, negotiated and ops of 3rd party facility services contracts, completed record sales for
department each year, recruited professionals, reported budgets, operations, and financials to client’s asset
management teams. • Reduced services expenses, improved client services, increased profitability. • Co-
responsibility for marketing resulting in record fee income FY92; earning the highest ROI for service nationally
in all regions.
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Regional Director of Operations, Environmental Control Industries, Inc.
May 1988 - May 1990 (2 years 1 month)
Completed $10-15 million annual sales in asbestos and soil remediation projects for national insurance,
finance and development companies. Responsible for marketing, sales, direction of 8 member staff and
approximately 640 field personnel. • Strategy & Leadership Successes: • Expanded organization and
workforce, developed operating policy and practice standards, negotiated and operated facility environmental
contracts, completed record sales for department each year, • Energized and built consensus between
executive, operations and sales staff, recruited personnel, reported budgets, operations, and project financials
internally and to client’s and supporting prime contractor(s). • Chief Knowledge and Training Officer – safety
and environmental mitigation protocol, cleaning, disposal, and regulatory procedures educational curriculum,
and training design, implementation, and evaluation responsible for quarterly programs and state certification
for environmental technicians.
President, CEO, Sr. Managing Partner at SYM Architecture and Engineering, Inc.
May 1978 - May 1987 (9 years 1 month)
Responsible for daily operations, balance sheet, marketing, sales, business plan and budgets to 6 managing
partners and supervision of 26 architects, land planners, and civil engineers with annual billings of
approximately $1.5 million per year. • Strategy & Leadership Successes: • Created organization, developed
operating policy and practice standards, negotiated and operated client contracts. • Increased sales each year
by 22%, recruited partners, reported budgets, operations, and reported quarterly financials to partners and
creditors. • Recruited specific professional skills and experience necessary to broaden firm’s marketability. •
Raised construction capital, participation loans, and arranged permanent financing, completing approximately
$38,000,000 in sales. • Recruited, organized, and formed 18 limited-partner investor groups participating in
mixed-use office, resort hotel, apartment, multiple and single family projects, land acquisition to final
marketing programs.
Graduate Student Instructor, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, University of Oklahoma
May 1977 - May 1979 (2 years)
Graduate student teacher at the College, responsible for course curriculum design, approach, methodology,
implementation of instruction and evaluation for entry level architecture, Course: Design I, and Design II
graphic arts. Course curriculum submittal was approved by the College Dean and Curriculum Committee.
Responsible for the instruction of two courses weekly with class sizes of 40 to 45 students. Enrollment was
limited to freshman and junior year architectural students. Mr. Huff was recognized as the outstanding
graduate student instructor in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design for two years in a row.
He was honored and given special recognition by the College Dean for excellence and was the recipient of the
College’s graduate educational fellowship to Cranbrook Schools, Institute of Science, educator’s national
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conclave, summer of 1977; and, again in summer of 1978.
Projects
China Impact: A series of ethnological environmental assessments
May 2012 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Kirk Marshal Clayton
ABSTRACT - The research conducts an analysis of China’s political-economic, legal, and technology
environments in the context leadership and policy. The research design is a bound longitudinal study with
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initial immersion 21 May to 31 May 2012. The study involves four immersions resulting in SPELIT and
SWOT assessments that are subject to Delphi method reviews. Research is conducted using a mixed-
method approach that touches on an ethnological phenomenon within China. Data is collected using face-
to-face open-ended narrative surveys or interviews conducted during cultural immersions. Pepperdine
University is providing global contacts in each area of interest. Delphi subject matter experts (SMEs) are
academic scholars, government officials, industry leaders, and common Chinese “worker class”.
Observations are taken from a total of 6 regions. They include: 1.) Beijing; 2.) Xian; 3.) Guilin, 4.) The Li
River Valley, 5.) Shanghai, and 6.) U.S. Embassy, Beijing. A total of (n = 12) face-to-face surveys are
collected excluding a panel (n = 24) of Delphi participants. Delphi participants are selected from non-
Western cultures. The research compiles a survey populations (N = 4) for a total population (n = 144).
Key discoveries are framed using the SPELIT Power Matrix Model and SWOT (PEST) pertaining to
China's political, economic, legal, and technology. Emerging changes in these areas are critical to China's
goals and financial expansion. China's leadership and policy successes in navigating the phenomena will
determine its long-term goal of becoming the largest economic power on the globe. Once achieved, China
will assume responsibility as the new global leader. This hypothesis is tested by applying Wheatley’s
Complexity and Trompenaars Change across Cultures Theories as methods of analysis, and evaluated
using Quinn’s Competing Values Model to formulate a conclusion.
Leading Change: Transforming a construction services company to a learning organization
December 2013 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
ABSTRACT - This paper introduces a plan to increase Master Builders Incorporated (MBI) knowledge,
customer base, and sales by integrating an adult learning program where success will be measured by
increasing the number of employees that achieve Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications.
This knowledge is considered critical when avoiding the common trap of attempting to do too many
projects with limited resources, training, and ill-informed leadership (Verzuh, 2012) which in-turn
prevents achieving a sustainable market advantage.
The Small Business Administration classifies MBI (located in Los Angeles, California) as a small
business, construction services company. Since 2008, MBI has experienced performance problems that
have resulted in flattened sales due to its leadership style and the absence of a learning culture as
discovered in recent LPI 360 surveys and environmental assessments. This plan responds to MBI’s Chief
Executive Officer’s (CEO) need by implementing leadership and development programs necessary to
drive culture change within MBI as it positions itself for an initial public offering (IPO) viewed as critical
to its survival within the next two years. My role in the effort is to act as the Change Management Officer
(CMO) responsible for leading the plan’s development and implementation.
The plan is framed by a SPELIT and SWOT needs assessment and shaped by applying Kotter’s Eight -Stage
Change Model. The learning program utilizes Darryl Sink’s ADDIE and ISD models to analyze, design,
develop, implement, and evaluate results. To ensure effectiveness, Knowles theory of andragogy, Senge’s
learning principles, and Kirkpatrick’s four levels of evaluation are utilized as grounded theories to create and
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measure reaction, learning, behavior change and results. The plan uses a phased-gate approach to measure
achievements (short-term wins) toward optimizing MBI as a learning organization for an IPO as directed by
advisors.
Understanding the Chinese Economy
May 2014 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
CRC Research and Narrative Interview Resources - What all CEO's should know about China: INSEAD
Knowledge Program with interviewer Stuart Pallister; Peter Bowie, Understanding the Chinese Economy,
Oct, 2008 (11:53 min), shared for educational purposes only.
Center for Global Leadership and Intelligent Assessment
June 2014 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
Director of the CGLIA under the direction and guidance of the Executive Director. Relevant Literature
Reviews: (Associated with ongoing research programs) 1. Beardson, Timothy, Stumbling Giant: The Threat
to China’s Future, 2013.
China: What every CEO should know about the challenges China will face in the next decade
May 2012 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
Published on May 24, 2013. Although there is an abundance of recent literature forecasting that the world
will soon be unipolar with China as its only superpower, perhaps this will not be the case. Timothy
Beardson, author of “Stumbling Giant: The Threat to China’s Future,” challenges the prediction that
China will soon surpass the U.S. and become the only global force within the next few decades. By
examining all aspects of China – from its economy to its foreign and domestic politics to its environment
– he shows that growth in China is slowing, the labor force is declining, and its total population is falling.
As such, he contends that without major reforms China will soon begin to experience the “middle income
trap.” In order to prevent its economy from quickly running out of stream, Timothy Beardson has bold
policy prescriptions for China to consider (dfwworld,2013). This video is presented for educational
purposes only.
China's Emerging Military and Security Developments
May 2012 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
Published on June 5, 2012 Brookes, Chinese Military and Security Developments, 2012 Peter Brookes
is Senior Fellow, National Security Affairs and Chung Ju-Yung Fellow for Policy Studies, The
Heritage Foundation; Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Affairs.
He covers a report released by the U.S. Department of Defense entitled “Military and Security
Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China” which indicates a substantial degree of
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advancement in China’s global military capability. These advances raise this as an area of interest in
light of its growing international leadership and economic power and authority its actions in relation to
the international “law of the seas” (secure freedom, 2012). This video is provided for educational
purposes only.
China Surpasses U.S. Naval Fleet Size: A Congressional Inquiry
June 2013 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
U.S. Congressman Randy Forbes Just after taking over as the World leader in shipbuilding, China was
achieved what some analysts in Congress would argue is a globally dominant blue water navy. This aside,
the U.S. Congress has confirmed that China has taken over global lead in cyber-space counter-intelligence
technologies while at the same time the U.S. Defense Department has claimed recent victories in this area, e.g.
Intellectual Property Rights protection (yet undisclosed or validated by the U.S. Congress). Perhaps the U.S.
should consider a congressional investigation into alternative approaches and strategies in securing U.S.
national interests in light of the current defense plan.
How China Fooled the World
June 2014 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
Published on Feb 27, 2014. How China Fooled the World China is now the second largest economy in the
World and for the last 30 years China’s economy has been growing at an astonishing rate. While Britain
has been in the grip of the worst recession in a generation, China’s economic miracle has wowed the
World. It is a story of spending and investment on a scale never seen before in human history…30 new
airports, 26,000 miles of motorways and a new skyscraper every five days have been built in China in the
last five years. But, in a situation eerily reminiscent of what has happened in the West, the vast majority of
it has been built on credit. (Or has it? See China’s national monetary ideology and “open” financial
system.)
This has now left the Chinese economy with huge debts and questions over whether much of the
money can ever be paid back. (China’s GDP expansion is approximately four times that of the U.S.)
Interviewing key players including the former American treasury secretary Henry Paulson, Lord Adair
Turner, former chairman of the FSA, and Charlene Chu, a leading Chinese banking analyst, Robert Peston
reveals how China’s extraordinary spending has left the country with levels of debt that many believe can
only end in an economic crash with untold consequences for all those in the West (Documentary Films,
2014). Consider reviewing the level of China’s National Treasury Bonds issued and sold to foreign
countries by comparison to that of Western Countries. The Chinese are extremely sensitive to social unrest
related to unemployment. These concerns appear to be much greater than those of the West and its people.
The key to investigating points made in this well-done documentary is to conduct an investigation
into the vast differences between the monetary system of the West vs. that of China's. What you will
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discover will likely be very interesting by contrast in light of the Western global financial system crisis.
Cyberspace Advancement as an Emerging Challenge to China’s Technological Future
February 2012 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
Published Jan 7, 2014. Is cyberspace advancement an emerging challenge to China’s technological future?
West vs. East Worldviews This documentary on hacking and the current global integration of cyberspace is
well done and informative. The presentation covers the origin and basics of computer software applications,
strengths, and weaknesses. Additionally, it provides a good explanation of “hacking” and what it means to
the global network community with subsequent implications to international security and open source
sharing and the liberty of cyberspace (Useful Documentary Channel, 2014) Consider the documentary’s
presentation in the context of societies “science and technology lag” due to established institutional and
corporate proprietary limitations to critical thinking, innovation, and change that challenges the status quo.
Presented for educational purposes only.
Economic Monetary System: A 12-yr. old girl's view of the West and the rest September
2013 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
Published May 15, 2012. Grant, Victory, (2012) Public Banking in America, a 12-year old one reveals
one of the best kept secrets in the World. China’s Economic Monetary System: A 12-yr. olds view of the
West and the rest This 12 year old does an excellent job of explaining the principles of the “closed”
Anglo-American monetary and financial system. It took me over four years of study to analyze and
appreciate the differences between the Western European (Anglo-American) system and that of China.
The presentation by this 12 year old before the Public Banking Institute (focused on such systems from
the viewpoint of national public interest) provides an excellent primer of the social-economic problems
with the closed system.
Consider China has the only remaining economically “open” system in the international
community. Some would argue this ”open” system represents a possible threat to Western power,
authority, and dominance. Since Adam Smith’s initial treatise on the “Wealth of Nations” published in
1776 (date easy to remember). Smith’s notions and principles of controlling societies through the
accumulation of wealth have served to fundamentally shape Western economics. Consider placing these
two systems in perspective when investigating and assessing relationships causational to the current
financial crisis in the U.S. and Western Europe. Presented for educational purposes only.
Congressional Inquiries, Research, Investigation & Probable Outcomes
September 2013 to Present
Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton
This project is under the direct control and guidance of the Center for Global Leadership and Intelligent
Assessment as associated with the CRC Consultancy and GPS-AG, Inc. MISSION STATEMENT :
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Conduct original research in support of congressional inquiries SPECIFIED TASKS: Inquiries are related
to State and Federal (national and international) research; Findings and publications include presentation
requirements to Congress and adjacent agencies. Topics include investigation and research into:
Energy; Natural resource management; Emerging technology impacts; Impact analysis of emerging global
sovereigns (Eastern Asian Focus); Micro and macroeconomic analysis and implications; International
leadership analysis and assessment; Defense, trade and exchange program investigations and assessment;
Program stakeholder inferences; specific political issues; and, budgeting concerns. IMPLIED TASKS:
Other implied tasks include report creation, program management assistance, presentations, publication,
distribution, and contributing press release guidance and advisement.
The Hubris Syndrome Effect On Government Agencies: A series of bound case studies, observations,
and findings.
June 2015 to Present
Members: Patrick Huff
This project is focused on investigating why U.S. federal agencies are collectively failing in their
declared mission and prosecution of specific and implied tasks as reviewed, approved, and directed by
congressional authority. The research and specific case study discoveries, findings, and
recommendations are commissioned by an independent source that is not affiliated with any special
interest groups, social, or political bias. The project is intended to offer original information and data at
the time of publication that will allow peer review of the data directly so as to confirm or reject the
study's hypothesis. This study will be framed by applying several empirical methods of investigation to
include being guided by relevant theories. The purpose of the study is to offer insight for the
implementation of disruptive innovation and change as may be applied to the subject agencies and/or
participants in the study.
Organizations
American Institute of Architects
National and Member of AIA San Fernando Valley,
CA January 1999 to Present
The American
Legion Combat
Service Member
January 2014 to
Present
California Post No.
1000; Member ID No.
204803132 San Francisco,
CA
Google Scholar
June 1982 to Present
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Certifications
Architect
State of Colorado License 305767 August 2004
Architect
State of California License C-20624 August 1998
Architect
State of Oklahoma License 2671 July 1991
Army Acquisition Corps
U.S. Department of The Army License 7130 June 2006
Defense Acquisition Professional
Defense Acquisition University License 1-12-2005 August 2005
Certified Acquisition Professional
U.S. Department of The Army License 050531 May 2005
Commissioner
The California Board of Architectural Examiners License 20624 December 1999
Architect
American Institute of Architects License 30078217 June 1991
Architect
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards License 261453 June 2001
Languages
Spanish
Skills & Expertise
Department of Defense (DoD)
Military Army
Construction Mergers
Program Management
Organizational
Leadership Security
Clearance Planning
Mentoring
Strategic
Planning
Contract Negotiation
Team Building
Contract Management
Leadership
Development Analysis
Process
Improvement
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Government
Logistics
Policy
Management
Consulting Command
Problem
Solving
Procurement
Negotiation
Construction
Management Team
Leadership
Business Strategy
Operations
Management Risk
Management
Requirements Analysis
Research
Organizational
Development Coaching
Staff Development
Financial Analysis
Administration Defense
Government Liaison
Excel
Organizational Behavior Leadership
Characteristics and Practices
Organizational Structure Program
Development
Achiever Learner
Intellection Arranger
Relator
MBTI-II (ENTJ)
Education
University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
Ph.D., Distance Management & Advanced Technologies, 2007 - 2018
Activities and Societies: Participation was via the distance learning program only.
Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA.
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Organizational Leadership, 2011 - 2017
Grade: Honors
Activities and Societies: Program was initiated upon return from service with various governmental
organizations overseas; Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan. After a review of numerous university doctorate
level programs pertaining to organization and leadership development, it was clear that Pepperdine
University offered the proper faith-based environment supportive of a challenging and high-quality
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learning and growth experience.
U.S. Defense Acquisition University, San Diego, CA
Defense Senior Executive Development, Acquisition, Contracting, Executive Development, 1995 - 2006
U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Los Alamitos, CA
General Military and Command Sciences, Leadership, Philosophy, Military History, Military Planning
and Decision Making, 2001 - 2003
U.S. Army Logistics Management College, Richmond, VA
Associate Logistics Executive Development, Product Life Cycle, Design & Needs Analysis, Acquisition
& Procurement, Pricing, 1994 - 1998
Activities and Societies: Army Executive Development Meetings Army Officer's Field and Stream Sports
Club
Student Activities Coordinator
Adjutant General School, U.S. Army Soldier Institute, Indianapolis, IN
Adjutant General Officer, Advanced Officer Course, 1989 - 1989
Activities and Societies: Student Class Leader Student Study Group Leader Student Activities Coordinator
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Masters of Science, Architecture, 1978 – 1980
Grade: Honors
Activities and Societies: Tau Sigma Delta, Sigma Delta Chi
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Bachelors of Science, Architecture, 1974 – 1979
Grade: Honors
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Bachelors of Science, Environmental Engineering, 1974 – 1978
Grade: Honors
Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
BS, Journalism, PR, Geology, Political Science, 1970 - 1974
Grade: Honors
Activities and Societies: Journalism Honors Society
Wichita East High School, Wichita, KS
General Education Degree (GED), Psychology, Social Behavior, Mathematics,
Mechanical Drafting, 1964 – 1967
Grade: Honors with Scholarships
Activities and Societies: Football, Track, and Field
Honors
Chaired numerous boards and special programs associated with US Army, Afghanistan-South
(Infrastructure, health, administrative, civil planning and development programs). Sigma Delta Chi
(Professional Journalistic Society-Honors) Tau Sigma Delta (American Institute of Architecture Students-
Honors) Phi Delta Kappa International (Professional Association in Education) No. 851391 Ahmanson
Foundation, Scholarship Award for Educational Studies, 18 October 2013 Pepperdine University, Doctor
of Education in Organizational Leadership, (EDOL) comprehensives completed with HONORS
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recognition, 3 December 2013
Interests
Partnership & Network Building, Engineering PM Program Development, National Presentations &
Speaking, Leasing & Property Law, Federal Acquisition Level 2 Certification, Federal Program Manager
Level 2 Certification, Innovator & Consensus Builder, Government Compliance & Standards, Contract
Law
& Negotiation, P & L Reporting Responsibility, Prime & Sub-Contractor Management, Organizational
Leadership
& Mentoring, Operations Experience, Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate Transition Management, Federal
Acquisitions Regulations, Chief Executive & Staff Administration, EHS Program & Risk Assessment,
Recruiting & Training Programs, Construction Law & National Bldg. Code, Standards and Practices, MEP
Engineering Design Experience, Soils & Hydrology Engineering Experience, Urban Planning & Zoning,
Commercial Leasing, Folio & Asset Services, Environmental Design & Engineering, Strategic Planning &
Organizational Structuring, Organizational Behavior, Executive Development, Architect, Engineer
Awards
Oklahoma University – College of Architecture and Environmental Design
Distinguished Graduate Student Award - Teaching Excellence (Fellowship to Cranbrook Schools,
Institute of Science, Bloomfield, MI. National educator’s Conclave for Emerging Professionals in
Education - Architecture and Planning) Summer, 1977
Oklahoma University – College of Architecture and Environmental Design
Distinguished Graduate Student Award - Teaching Excellence (Fellowship to Cranbrook Schools,
Institute of Science, Bloomfield, MI. National educator’s Conclave for Emerging Professionals in
Education - Architecture and Planning) Summer, 1978
Afghanistan Campaign Medal w/Campaign Star
U.S. Department of the Army
Army Commendation Medal
U.S. Department of the Army
Army Achievement Medal
U.S. Department of the Army
Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal (2)
U.S. Department of the Army
National Defense Service Medal
U.S. Department of the Army
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
U.S. Department of the Army
Army Service Ribbon
U.S. Department of the Army
Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon
U.S. Department of the Army
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Armed Forces Reserve Medal w /M Device
U.S. Department of the
Army NATO Service
Medal NATO Forces
Command
Patents/Copyrights
Huff University
United States Copyright Pending Inventor:
Patrick D. Huff, Copyright Protected: 2011
This digital media resource was established for the benefit of the education, psychology, and research
communities and those it serves. This includes all those that seek to inquire, search, and discover new
horizons, innovation, and change with an open mind and spirit. The site was created to raise awareness of
the diversity of human kind and differing worldviews so as to question everything, seek appreciation and
the value of our differences, and to co-exist for the benefit of all without exception. Absent understanding
first-hand the experiences and tragedies of conflict and war we as a shared humanity cannot truly value
the gifts of our ability to reason, embrace transparency and tolerance, so as to always be open to
communicate and negotiate a peaceful co-existence for the benefit and enjoyment of all.
Courses
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.),
Organizational Leadership
Pepperdine University
E-Learning: Theory & Practice Dr. Plinske
Ethics and Personal Leadership Dr. Madjidi
Organizational Behavior Theory & Design Dr. Schmieder-Ramirez
Research Design & Analysis Dr. Davis
Learning Design & Evaluation Dr. Gregg
Leadership Theory & Practice Dr. Madjidi
Consultancy I Dr. Stephens
Advanced Data Analysis & Interpretation Dr. DeMars
Qualitative Research & Analysis Dr. Mallette
Contemporary Topics: China Dr. Harvey
Law & Dispute Dr. Tobin
Consultancy II Dr. Stephens
Strategic Leadership & Management of Global Change Dr. Schmieder-Ramirez
Economic & Political Systems Dr. Madjidi
International Policy Experience: China Dr. Madjidi
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Entrepreneurship Dr. Caesar
Leadership, Advocacy and Policy Dr. McManus
Development: Government Organizations
Comprehensive Exam Dr. Schmieder-Ramirez
Leading Change, Transforming Companies to
Learning Organization
MS, Architecture
University of Oklahoma
Mechanical Engineering for
Architecture I Basic Design II
Environmental Systems in Architecture
Mechanical Engineering for Architecture
II Field Work
Urban Planning I
Architecture Seminar
I Urban Planning II
Architecture Seminar
II Architectural
Seminar III
BS, Architecture
University of
Oklahoma
Trigonometry
Advanced
Materials
Introduction to
Design I
Introduction to Design II
Architect Structures I
Environmental Control
Buildings Specifications &
Contracts Architect
Structures II Intermediate
Design History of Medieval
Architecture Furniture &
Landscaping Advanced
Architectural Design I
Professional Practice
Architectural Structures III
History-Renaissance
Architecture
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BS, Environmental Design Oklahoma University
Introduction to Aviation and Flying
Esthetic Criticism
Architectural
Esthetics
Intermediate
Algebra
History of American
Architecture Environmental
Controls: Buildings I
Volunteer Experience
Member Only: The American Legion (National)
January 2012 - Present (4 years 1 month)
Contribute to association members and non-affiliated service follows by sharing combat connected
experiences in order to successfully undertake a social and economic transition from their previous service
connected roles to civilian careers. Assist in resetting service members worldviews and mindset to better
cope and adapt. I assist service members returning from the Middle East Theater that are in search of
purpose and meaning. I participate in (informal) veteran groups and/or with individuals (in private/
confidential sessions) so as to share experiences. These sessions are focus on identifying and working
through adjustments necessary to set the stage for appreciation of service and understanding the
importance of defining a new direction in life. My objective is to offer meaningful support and guidance
to service fellows so they can locate opportunities for both their family members and themselves in the
areas of health, education, and social adjustment that are making a difference to others returning from
combat theaters.
Published References
"Background. Mr. Huff is a Master Ninja-Warrior (ENTJ). He excels at quickly assessing organizational
environments, human capital, competitive markets, financial responsibility, and other key components
within a framed analysis model. His model supports the development of successful strategies and
recommendations that significantly improve performance. Strengths. His power of thought, focus, and
intellection are impressive. These capabilities are enhanced by Mr. Huff’s comprehensive worldview and
global diversity, cultural exposure, and success working within demanding business environments. His
knowledge and professional experience form a distinctive set of qualifications that empower a means to
analyzing organizational structure & phenomena, and determine keen insights that regularly cause clients
to rethink their strategies and operations. Characteristics. Mr. Huff favors clients with emerging needs
that are in organizational flux due to external or internal pressures. These organizations include those
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experiencing regulatory reform, mergers, acquisitions, excessive management/staff turnover, or a general
dissatisfaction with performance, earnings, and the status quo. Key characteristics of Mr. Huff’s success
is his ability to summarize and evaluate complex organization potential to embrace change, ability to
deliver high-value customer solutions, and achieve top-down commitments to implement effective
courses of action though
the application of what Mr. Huff calls “decision briefs”. Vitae. Mr. Huff views his mission as one of
mining organizations and markets for opportunities through the power of observation and determination
of fact. His conclusions frequently offer concepts or considerations previously not considered by senior
leadership. Mr. Huff has a 25 year track record of accomplishments as an executive advisor and senior
leader. This record is evidence of an exceptional ability to increase organization performance. Approach.
How does he do it?
Mr. Huff accomplishes success by completing the following stepped objectives. 1) He establishes a clear
vision of the organization’s goals. 2) Conducts an assessment of the organization’s decision making
process. 3) Develops assessments of human capital alignments. 4) Identifies and assesses strengths,
weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. 5) Identifies and assesses targeted market share value,
organizational product/ deliverables, and profitability. 6) He develops a pre-operational and post-
operational capital goal for the organization. 7) He constructs recommendations and creates planned
organizational curriculum that commits the client organization to a stepped process of change (what he
calls “a pathway to success”). 8) Finally, he achieves “buy-in” from control agents authorized to
empower the organization and its leadership to achieve its objectives and goals. Mr. Huff’s presence and
commitment are pivotal to the organization’s mission agility and success."
—Kirk Marshall Clayton, managed Patrick D. at CRC Research Consultancy, 501(c) (3) Version A
"Dr. Andrew Zou's work at CRC Consultancy, 501(c) (3) Version A"
— Dr. Yang (Andrew) Zou, worked directly with Patrick at CRC Research Consultancy, 501(c) (3)
Version A
"Patrick displays leadership, attention-to-detail, business and operational awareness to define and
successfully complete any task or mission he undertakes. In short, He is the GO-TO" Guy for your team."
— George Pappas, worked directly with Patrick D. at Army Contracting Agency, Western Region, USAR
"I have worked with Pat Huff on a number of occasions both in the U.S. and overseas. He is a
meticulous planner and always ensures that the job or project is completed in a most professional
manner. He is a great Manager of personnel, material, and time. His leadership style is is one that draws
out the best in people, and he interacts with all in a positive and manner. He is well liked by all."
— Dann Chesnut, worked with Patrick D. at Army Contracting Agency, Western Region, USAR
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Public Records - Documents and Certifications
The following list of awarded degrees and professional certifications are posted for public view
and examination at the following link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-d-huff-
70430010?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile
All transcripts can be ordered and provided directly to the agency upon request from any authorized
representative of the agency.
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Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1967 to 1973)
Personal Qualifications Statement
1. Name (Last, First, M.I.) 2. Birth date (Month, day, year) 3. Social Security Number
Huff, Patrick D. Available on request Available on request
4. Positions for which you are applying (Include options, if any)
Government and/or Nongovernmental Applications and Programs (Contract Consultant)
 Organizational Development (OD)
 Innovation and Information Technology
 Organizational Structure and Performance Analyst
 Organizational Resource, Development Programs Creation
5. List the undergraduate and/or graduate college degree you have received or expect to receive (Give name or degree, name of college or
university granting degree and date received or to be received).
Degree Bachelor of Arts
University/College Wichita State University Wichita, KS
Date Received 18 Dec 72 (Covers period from 1967 to 1972)
6. State your major undergraduate course(s) of study 7. State your major graduate course(s) of study
Journalism, Political Science N/A
PART I – COLLEGE COURSES
List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken
(including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and
undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements>
8. Indicate academic field: 9. Indicate academic field:
Journalism Art
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
Introduction to Mass
Communication, #115
‘71 A 2 Design 2, #172 ‘67 B 3
Advertising Principles,
#238
‘71 A 3 Drawing 1, #165 ‘68 B 3
Specific Topics in
Journalism, #448
‘71 A 4 Design 1, #171 ‘68 B 3
Newswriting, #226 ‘71 B 3 Painting 1, #272 ‘68 C 3
Introduction to
Photojournalism, #232
‘71 B 3 Metalsmithing 2, # 280 ‘68 B 3
World Press, #446 ‘71 A 3 Sculpture 2, #286 ‘68 A 3
Advanced Newswriting
and Reporting, #330
‘72 B 3 History of World Art 1,
#101
‘68 C 3
Law of the Press, #447 ‘72 B 3
Editing, #336 ‘72 B 3
Editorial Writing, #445 ‘72 B 3
Radio Workshop, #314 ‘72 B 3
Advanced Writing, #211 ‘71 B 3
TOTAL 36 TOTAL 21
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
Page31
Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1967 to 1973)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART I – COLLEGE COURSES
(Continuation Sheet)
List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken
(including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and
undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements>
1. Indicate academic field: 2. Indicate academic field:
Political Science Sociology
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
Patterns in Politics, #100 ‘68 B 3 Introduction to
Sociology, #111
‘67 C 3
Government Policy: Latin
America, #423
‘70 B 3 General Anthropology,
#124
‘68 C 3
International Policy and
Institutions, #336
‘71 B 3 Environmental Science in
Society, #300
‘71 A 3
Problems in Foreign
Policy, #434
‘72 B 3 Introduction to
Philosophy, #121
‘67 C 3
Contemporary Political
and Advocacy Theory,
#447
‘72 C 3 General Philosophy, #111 ‘70 C 3
Patterns in Politics, #100 ‘68 B 3 Psychology, #60 ‘67 CR 1
Psychology, #111 ‘67 B 3
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 19
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
Page32
Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1967 to 1973)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART I – COLLEGE COURSES
(Continuation Sheet)
List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken
(including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and
undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements>
Indicate academic field: Indicate academic field:
Languages: Spanish Mathematics
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
Elementary Spanish, #112 ‘72 D 5 Discrete Mathematics 2,
#122
‘70 C 3
Intermediate Spanish,
#210
‘72 C 5
Spanish, #111 ‘70 C 5
TOTAL 15 TOTAL 3
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Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1967 to 1973)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART I – COLLEGE COURSES
(Continuation Sheet)
List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken
(including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and
undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements>
3. Indicate academic field: 4. Indicate academic field:
Geology English & History
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
General Geology, #111 ‘67 A 5 College English, #111 ‘67 C 3
General Chemistry, #111 ‘71 Cr 5 Mythology: World
Literature, #473
‘71 B 3
Advanced Writing, #211 ‘71 B 3
TOTAL 10 TOTAL 9
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
Page34
Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1967 to 1973)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART II – PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT AND CERTIFICATION
The Office of Personnel Management is authorized by section 1302 of Chapter 13 (Special Authority) and sections 3301 and 3304 of Chapter 33
(Examination, Certification, and Appointment) of Title 5 of the U.S. Code to collect the information on this form.
Executive Order 9397 (Numbering System for Federal Accounts Relating to Individual Persons) authorizes the collection of your Social Security
Number (SSN). Your SSN is used to identify this form with your basic application. It may be used for the same purposes as stated on the
application.
The information you provide will be used primarily to determine your qualifications for Federal employment. Other possible uses or disclosures
of the information are:
1. To make requests for information about you from any source; (e.g., former employers or schools), that would assist an agency in
determining whether to hire you;
2. To refer your application to prospective Federal employers and, with your consent, to others (e.g., State and local governments) for
possible employment;
3. To a Federal, State, or local agency for checking on violations of law or other lawful purposes in connection with hiring or retaining
you on the job, or issuing you a security clearance;
4. To the courts when the Government is party to a suit; and
5. When lawfully required by Congress, the Office of Management and Budget, or the General Services Administration.
Providing the information requested on this form, including your SSN, is voluntary. However, failure to do so may result in your not receiving an
accurate rating, which may hinder your chances for obtaining Federal employment.
ATTENTION – THIS STATEMENT MUST BE SIGNED
Read the following paragraph carefully before signing this Statement
A false answer to any question in this Statement may be grounds for not employing you, or for dismissing you after you
begin work, and may be punishable by fine or imprisonment (U.S. Code, Title 18, Sec. 1001). All statements are subject to
investigation, including a check of your fingerprints, police records, and former employers. All the information you give
will be considered in reviewing your Statement and is subject to investigation.
CERTIFICATION
I CERTIFY that all of the statements made in this Statement are true,
complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and are
made in good faith.
Signature (Sign in ink)
Patrick D. Huff
Signed Statement is Available and on-file
Date Signed
1 June 2014
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
Page35
Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1967 to 1973)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART III – SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
NOTE:
This part is for the use of college students and graduates who may qualify for some GS-7 and GS-9 positions on the basis
of undergraduate scholastic achievement, as provided in an open announcement. See the appropriate announcement for
complete requirements. If you do not wish to qualify on this basis or if you do not meet the requirements below, do not
complete this part. In any case, YOU MUST SIGN YOUR NAME AFTER THE CERTIFICATION STATEMENT AT
THE BOTTOM OF PAGE 3.
A. COLLEGE OR CLASS STANDING. Must be in upper third of the college or university, or major subdivision such as School of
Engineering, School of Business Administration, etc.
NUMBER IN CLASS 89 YOUR STANDING 15TH
B. COLLEGE GRADE AVERAGE. Must equal a “B” average (2.90 on a 4.0 scale) or better for all undergraduate courses, or equal
“B+” (3.5) or better in courses comprising the major field of study, completed during the period specified in the announcement under
which you file. If the announcement permits a choice of computing periods, you may use the one which gives you the best average.
In any case you should indicate the method used by check mark in the appropriate box in item 1 and in item 2 below, and compute
your average in the space provided at the bottom of this page.
1. (Check one) “B” average for all undergraduate courses
X “B +” average in major field of study
2. (Check one) X All 4 years First 3 years Last 2 years
At time of filing (In some announcements this is the only computing period permitted.)
NOTE:
For those announcements which permit you to qualify on the basis of a grade average during the last 2 years of the
undergraduate curriculum, you may be rated provisionally eligible if you are a senior student, provided you have the
required average in the junior year. You will be required to submit evidence at the time of appointment that you
maintained the required average during your senior year.
Most colleges have “A,” “B,” “C,” and “D” as passing grades and compute grade point averages on a 4, 3, 2, 1 scale. In
computing your grade point average, round to the first decimal place (e.g. 2.95 = 3.0, 2.94 = 2.9, etc.); however, the 2.90
average may not be achieved by rounding up a lower average. If your college uses a different system, explain below and
show how it compares with the “A,” “B,” “C,” “D” system.
NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS WITH A 23 X 4 = 92
GRADE OF “A”
NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS WITH A 60 X 3 = 180
GRADE OF “B”
NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS WITH A 37 X 2 = 74
GRADE OF “C”
NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS WITH A 5 X 1 = 5
GRADE OF “D”
NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS FAILED N/A X 0 = N/A
TOTAL (1) 125 TOTAL 361
(2)
GRADE POINT AVERAGE 2.9
Total (2) divided by Total (1)
Note:
Computed for courses completed at
Wichita State University covering
(1967 -1972).
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
Page36
Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1967 to 1973)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART III – SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
NOTE:
This part is for the use of college students and graduates who may qualify for some GS-7 and GS-9 positions on the
basis of undergraduate scholastic achievement, as provided in an open announcement. See the appropriate
announcement for complete requirements. If you do not wish to qualify on this basis or if you do not meet the
requirements below, do not complete this part. In any case, YOU MUST SIGN YOUR NAME AFTER THE
CERTIFICATION STATEMENT AT THE BOTTOM OF PAGE 3.
C. HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP. Must be one of the national honorary scholastic societies meeting the minimum
requirements of the Association of College Honor Societies (other than freshman scholarship honor societies).
Name of honor society and date you were elected to membership:
Sigma Delta Chi – Journalism – awarded 2/9/69
CERTIFICATION
I CERTIFY that all of the statements made in this Statement are true,
complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and are
made in good faith.
Signature (Sign in ink)
Patrick D. Huff
Signed Statement is Available and on-file
Date Signed
1 June 2014
NOTE:
Many colleges and universities offer courses of study which have disposed, in whole or in part, of traditional grading systems in favor of pass/fail
or similar systems. If your grades are more than 10 percent pass/fail, you may claim credit under the scholastic achievement provision only on
the basis of class standing or membership in a national honorary society. Proof of class standing should be in the form of a statement in writing
from the institution’s registrar, the dean of the applicant’s course of study, or the appropriate department head or chairman. This statement of
class standing must be based on a suitable measure of the student’s academic performance, such as the results of a comprehensive examination or
an overall faculty assessment, and must indicate the basis of the judgment. Class standing must be based on the candidate’s standing in his
college or university or a major subdivision of the university (e.g., the College of Business Administration, the College of Arts and Sciences,
etc.). Subdivisions of colleges, such as the History Department, are not recognized as subdivisions for this purpose. This proof should not be
submitted with your application, but will be required by your hiring agency before you may report for work.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
BE SURE TO SIGN THIS FORM AT THE BOTTOM OF PAGE 3
U.S. GPO: 1987-776-785
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Bachelor of Science: Environmental Design - Oklahoma University, Norman, OK
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1973 to 1979)
Personal Qualifications Statement
10. Name (Last, First, M.I.) 11. Birth date (Month, day, year) 12. Social Security Number
Huff, Patrick D. Available on request Available on request
13. Positions for which you are applying (Include options, if any)
Government and/or Nongovernmental Applications and Programs (Contract Consultant)
 Organizational Development (OD)
 Innovation and Information Technology
 Organizational Structure and Performance Analyst
 Organizational Resource, Development Programs Creation
14. List the undergraduate and/or graduate college degree you have received or expect to receive (Give name or degree, name of college or
university granting degree and date received or to be received).
Degree Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design
University/College Oklahoma University Norman, OK
Date Received 12 May 79 (Covers period from 1973 to 1979)
15. State your major undergraduate course(s) of study 16. State your major graduate course(s) of study
Architecture N/A
PART I – COLLEGE COURSES
List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken
(including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and
undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements>
17. Indicate academic field: 18. Indicate academic field:
Architectural Design Architectural History
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
Introduction to Design,
#4535
‘73 A 5
Basic Design II, #3523 ‘73 A 3
Advanced Standing
Examination:
Introduction to Design,
#4547
‘74 CR 7
Intermediate Design,
#5555
‘74 A 5
Esthetic Criticism, #5565 ‘75 B 2
Esthetic Criticism, #5575 ‘75 A 5
TOTAL 27 TOTAL 0
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
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Bachelor of Science: Environmental Design - Oklahoma University, Norman, OK
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1973 to 1979)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART I – COLLEGE COURSES
(Continuation Sheet)
List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken
(including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and
undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements>
3. Indicate academic field: 4. Indicate academic field:
Engineering Urban Planning
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
Mechanical Engineering
for Architects I, #3313
‘73 A 3
Mechanical Engineering
for Architects II, #3323
‘73 A 3
Advanced Materials,
#4213
‘73 A 3
Field Work: #4940 ‘74 A 2
Environmental Systems
in Architecture, #4222
‘73 B 2
Environmental Controls
in Buildings, #5243
‘74 B 3
Environmental Controls
in Buildings, #5233
‘77 B 3
TOTAL 19 TOTAL 0
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
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Bachelor of Science: Environmental Design - Oklahoma University, Norman, OK
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1973 to 1979)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART I – COLLEGE COURSES
(Continuation Sheet)
List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken
(including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and
undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements>
5. Indicate academic field: 6. Indicate academic field:
Professional Practice &
Contracts
Mathematics
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL
ETION
DATE
GRAD
E
CREDI
T
HOUR
S
Professional Practice,
#6052
‘72 A 2
TOTAL 2 TOTAL 0
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
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Bachelor of Science: Environmental Design - Oklahoma University, Norman, OK
(Original transcript is available on request from the University).
Supplemental Qualifications Statement
Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00
LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
Period (1973 to 1979)
Personal Qualifications Statement
Name (Last, First, M.I.)
Huff, Patrick D.
PART II – PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT AND CERTIFICATION
The Office of Personnel Management is authorized by section 1302 of Chapter 13 (Special Authority) and sections 3301 and 3304 of Chapter 33
(Examination, Certification, and Appointment) of Title 5 of the U.S. Code to collect the information on this form.
Executive Order 9397 (Numbering System for Federal Accounts Relating to Individual Persons) authorizes the collection of your Social Security
Number (SSN). Your SSN is used to identify this form with your basic application. It may be used for the same purposes as stated on the
application.
The information you provide will be used primarily to determine your qualifications for Federal employment. Other possible uses or disclosures
of the information are:
1. To make requests for information about you from any source; (e.g., former employers or schools), that would assist an agency in
determining whether to hire you;
2. To refer your application to prospective Federal employers and, with your consent, to others (e.g., State and local governments) for
possible employment;
3. To a Federal, State, or local agency for checking on violations of law or other lawful purposes in connection with hiring or retaining
you on the job, or issuing you a security clearance;
4. To the courts when the Government is party to a suit; and
5. When lawfully required by Congress, the Office of Management and Budget, or the General Services Administration.
Providing the information requested on this form, including your SSN, is voluntary. However, failure to do so may result in your not receiving an
accurate rating, which may hinder your chances for obtaining Federal employment.
ATTENTION – THIS STATEMENT MUST BE SIGNED
Read the following paragraph carefully before signing this Statement
A false answer to any question in this Statement may be grounds for not employing you, or for dismissing you after you
begin work, and may be punishable by fine or imprisonment (U.S. Code, Title 18, Sec. 1001). All statements are subject to
investigation, including a check of your fingerprints, police records, and former employers. All the information you give
will be considered in reviewing your Statement and is subject to investigation.
CERTIFICATION
I CERTIFY that all of the statements made in this Statement are true,
complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and are
made in good faith.
Signature (Sign in ink)
Patrick D. Huff
Signed Statement is Available and on-file
Date Signed
1 June 2014
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
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  • 1. Page1 Patrick D. Huff 20934 Bandera Street Woodland Hills, CA 91364 (818)-419-1736 patrick.huff.usace@gmail.com http://www.linkedin.com/pub/patrick-d-huff/10/300/704 Skype: Patrick.d.huff Present Position: Director at CRC Consulting - Organization & Educational Research patrickhuff.usace@gmail.com Summary Education & Credentials • Doctorate of Education, Organizational Leadership, Pepperdine University (Honors), pending May 2017 • Doctorate, University of Phoenix, Distance Management and Advanced Technologies, pending 2019 • Master of Science, Architecture, Oklahoma University (Honors) • Defense Acquisitions University (DAU), Level 2 Contracting Certification • Defense Acquisitions University (DAU), Level 2 Program Management Certification • Bachelor of Science, Architecture, Oklahoma University (Honors) • Command and General Staff Officer Course (CGSOC), Leadership Certification • Bachelor of Science, Environmental Engineering, Oklahoma University (Honors) • Logistics Executive Development College, (ALEDC), Industrial Manufacturing Research, Development, Acquisitions, Fielding and Disposal, U. S. Army • Bachelor of Science, Journalism & Public Relations (Honors) Majors in Geology, Political Science, Wichita State University Specialties: Professional Designations & Affiliations • Lieutenant Colonel, USAR (Ret), Battalion Cmdr. • Organizational Development, Director of Programs, Publications, and Author • Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA) • National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB) • Army Contracting Agency, Level 2 Contracting Cert. • Department of Defense, Level 2 Program Management Cert.• Board Certified Architect, 1980 (multi-state) • CAB Exam Review Sub-Committee Leadership • National Assoc. of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) • Calif. Architects Board (CAB) Exam Commissioner • Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC) • Developer of knowledge and learning program methods, course materials and instructional texts. Publications Korea Impact: Working within Cultural Diversity GPS-AG, Inc. Publications December 19, 2013 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The four part series explores 12 years of work experience in Korea. The purpose of the video is to provide definition, clarity, and knowledge gained from an immersed in Asian culture. Specifically, the presentation focus is on applying global leadership theory, design, and the implementation of military contract and acquisition requirements3.) balancing focus between SPELIT and SWOT frameworks, 4.) SPELIT & SWOT needs assessments, and 5.) SPELIT & SWOT analysis as applied to the study. The
  • 2. Page2 audio book can be viewed together with the full document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog. Mr. Huff has designed this series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine University with specific focus on producing a valued inquiry and series of observations that provides a solid return on investment for the CEO that commissioned the study. (32m) Sea State Change: Calm before an organizational storm GPS-AG, Inc. Publications January 2014 Authors: Patrick D. Huff Change Plan Initiative: This is an audio/video book that reveals original research and findings of the author and his team as they unlock the inner workings of an organization at the request of a newly assigned Chief Executive Officer. The book is published in a series of six chapters, each with distinct titles. The third in the series (Chapter 3) opens a dialogue pertaining to the creation of a design and development towards leading change. It explores the application of theory, guiding and influencing change, mapping strategy, goals and objectives. As such, the book discusses the creation of a plan that utilizes John P. Kotter’s Eight Stage Process (Change Model) to lead change by introducing transformative influences. This book sets the stage for the next in the series dealing with a cyclonic disturbance (change in the organization's current cultural direction) that occurs when the plan is implemented. The book concludes by revealing the author’s planning assumptions and focus on anchoring (sustainable) change. The audio book can be viewed together with the full unedited document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog. Mr. Huff has designed this series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine University with specific focus on producing a valued inquiry and series of observations that provides a solid return on investment for the CEO that commissioned the study. A Cyclonic Disturbance: Weathering rapid organizational change. GPS-AG, Inc. Publications January 27, 2014 Authors: Patrick D. Huff Implementation Plan: This is an audio/video book that reveals original research and findings of the author and his team as they unlock the inner workings of an organization at the request of a newly assigned Chief Executive Officer. The book is published in a series of six chapters, each with distinct titles. The fourth in the series (Chapter 4) opens a dialogue pertaining to the implementation of the author’s Change Plan Initiative (CPI) by applying Darrel Sink’s analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE-ISD) model; and, Malcolm Knowles adult learning principles as critical components in the process of developing and implementing an organizational learning program. In this book the author elaborates on his pre-implementation, implementation, and post-implementation phase planning. A critical factor in the author’s planning process is to ensure the plan resonates with the CEO to transform his organization into one that is “built-to-learn”. The book concludes as the author’s shifts consideration to the subsequent task of evaluation as linked to his overall strategy, goals, and objectives. The audio book can be viewed together with the full unedited document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog. Mr. Huff has designed this
  • 3. Page3 series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine University with specific focus on producing a valued inquiry and series of observations that provides a solid return on investment for the CEO that commissioned the study. Coastal Storm Assessment: Evaluating organizational change GPS-AG, Inc. Publications January 27, 2014 Authors: Patrick D. Huff Evaluation Plan: This is an audio/video book that reveals original research and findings of the author and his team as they unlock the inner workings of an organization at the request of a newly assigned Chief Executive Officer. The book is published in a series of six chapters, each with distinct titles. The fifth in the series (Chapter 5) opens a dialogue pertaining to the evaluation process. The author chose to focus on determining measured success by accomplishing a uniform and balanced learning program that moves employees towards change by "embracing a learning culture." To accomplish this, the author utilizes four levels of evaluation to track and measure incremental successes or wins and program accomplishments. Collectively, the evaluations are designed to measure financial, customer relations, business practices, learning, and leadership performance. The author accomplishes this by integrating into his plan a balanced scorecard evaluation model. This unified and balanced approach offers the author the ability to measure and assess curriculum, component goals, learning objectives, and coursework for effectiveness based on employee reaction, learning, behavior and results towards transforming an organization to one that is “built- to-learn”. The book concludes as the author’s represents a summary of findings and outcomes related to achieving the CEO’s desired needs and goal. The audio book can be viewed together with the full unedited document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog. Mr. Huff has designed this series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine University with specific focus on producinga valued inquiry and series of observations that provides a solid return on investment for the CEO that commissioned the study. Tidal Change: Effective outcomes from organizational learning GPS-AG, Inc. Publications January 27, 2014 Authors: Patrick D. Huff Conclusions: This is an audio/video book that reveals original research and findings of the author and his team as they unlock the inner workings of an organization at the request of a newly assigned Chief Executive Officer. The book is published in a series of six chapters, each with distinct titles. The sixth in the series (Chapter 6) opens a dialogue pertaining to the study findings, outcomes, and concluding observations. After implementing the Change Program Initiative (CPI), the author examines whether the program answers the initial questions posed by the CEO regarding his situation, goal, objectives, and performance requirements to successfully position his organization for an Initial Public Offering (IPO). Upon analysis of the survey data, the author identifies significant observations gained from the study and plan implementation. Together with critical findings and discoveries, this book reveals answers to the original questions posed by the author to the CEO. In revealing the findings to each of the questions, key accomplishments as determined by "proven
  • 4. Page4 methods of measurement" are discovered related to the company's financial, customer relations, business practices, learning, and leadership performance. The book series concludes as the author reflects on the effectiveness of his plan’s implementation as measured by periodic LPI 360 climate surveys, changes in percentages of curriculum completion, and overall performance of the company. These are revealed by the author's application of the Balanced Scorecard Method as a means of determining a "shift of mind" to that of a company "adapted to a learning behavior” now built-to-learn within a highly competitive market. The audio book can be viewed together with the full unedited document (Chapters 1-6) as posted on Mr. Huff’s blog. Mr. Huff designed this series in accordance with his organizational leadership doctorate studies at Pepperdine University. Recognition of Our Veterans GPS-AG, Inc. and CRC Research, Inc, 501c November 9, 2013 Authors: Patrick D. Huff (Hover over the project title and click on the arrow button to view video.) My ADDIE-ISD Team put together this video with the help of many contributing professionals and artists. The video was integrated with other instructional supplements and tools for a middle school presentation this week in Los Angeles, CA. The kids seemed to appreciate the lesson we developed. However, this morning my team discussed the experience and outcome of the project. We discovered we benefited from our experience as much or more than the 200 students did! It is great when a learning experience proves to be as inspirational to the instructor as it is to the student. My team and I would like to thank Pepperdine University's EDOL program, and its great faculty for providing us with the knowledge and inspiration that empowered us to share what we learned from them to benefit others. Let me know what you think of it. Patrick, http://youtu.be/ ErapbZaRqpk Research & Investigative Literature List P.D. Huff June 21, 2014 Authors: Patrick D. Huff, Kirk Marshall Clayton The following is a list of publications and meeting notes that proved to be valuable in connection with the various projects illustrated on my LinkedIn page. China Rising: Edited works of key investigators, researchers, and scholars on the question of China GPS-AG, Inc. Publications February 1, 2014 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The paper explores key historical literature and relevant narratives on the subject of China's emergence as a global super-economic power. It compiles findings and observations of over seventy research groups, scholars, analysts, and subject matter experts in an attempt to identify key economic (currency and reserve) trends and probable outcomes related to the potential of a political-economic re-balancing or new equilibrium and currency system within the global community. China Rising Global Performance Strategies-AG, Inc. July 19, 2014 Authors: Patrick D. Huff A comprehensive six volume analysis of China and its phenomenal rise. The approach to this investigation and publication of its diverse (multidisciplinary) environmental factors is unique. However, the study is conducted in strict accordance with conventional western research mixed-method protocols. Upon the completion of the study, six separate volumes will be published. Each will provide evidence, findings,
  • 5. Page5 conclusions, and predictive outcomes derived from three current dynamic computer models. The generation of each dynamic model follows DoD protocols, configuration, and scientific notation designed specifically to benefit social, political, economic, legal, inter-cultural, and technological researchers, strategists, and policy planners within the intelligence community. The research is framed using the SPELIT Matrix Model. China's 2012 Economic Growth Estimated at 8.1 % GPS-AG, Inc. January 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff This review is based on the article published in the online edition of the Bloomberg News 21 August 2012. Having just completed an immersion study of China's social, political, legal, intercultural, technology & infrastructure, the following presents observations pertaining to Zhou Xin, Scott Lanman, and Patrick Harrington's research on the topic. Trusting A Leader? - The effects of an organization GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University September 2011 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The purpose of this paper is to review individual trust and its relationship and effect on leadership; and subsequently the effect of trust on leadership and organizational behavior (OB). Dr. Schmieder-Ramirez suggests the rubric on the leadership “Trust” paper should be reviewed by all students as it forms for the guide for those measurements she intends to use in her review and evaluation of all student work in this course. The Leadership -“Trust” A General Discussion paper shall address the following criteria: 1. Purpose of trust as you see it; What is its purpose according to your opinion? 2. Is the body of the paper clear and supportive of your premise? 3. Is the context of the paper clear? Have you included the necessary context to the discussion of trust in your opinion? 4. How does the issue of trust relate to organizational behavior? This is described in the rubric. 5. What is the conclusion? Publish and Prosper GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University November 2010 Authors: Patrick D. Huff This paper explores the application and use of YouTube. The questions are summarized as follows: 1. What is YouTube? 2. What applications or uses does YouTube serve? 3. What can be concluded about personal or business uses of YouTube? 4. Caution should be exercised related to the use and access of internet webcast postings? The responses are framed in the context of central assumption(s) or problem statement(s). The Effect of Learning on Identity GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University September 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff This article addresses questions posed by Dr. Kathleen Plinske in Forum-6 at Pepperdine University pertaining to Chapter 3 of James Paul Gee’s book, What Video Games Have To Teach Us About Learning and Literacy, published by Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Dr. Plinske indicates that in Gee's Chapter 3 he emphasizes how all learning is about forming a new identity. Specifically, Dr. Plinske’s questions are, “Do you think that your identity has been changed at all thus far in the EDOL program? If so, how? If not, why do you think that is?” Specifically then in the context of Gee’s observations on learning he suggests that there are essentially twelve basic learning principles that apply as related to interfacing with and “being drawn” into a
  • 6. Page6 “committed” learning experience in the context of interactive video games that perhaps may have an effect on ones identity. Occupy Wallstreet: A People's Revolt GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University May 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The article explores occurrences in foreign counties given a specific focus on a seminal event that occurred when certain social-political incidents spilled-over into the U.S. in the form of grass root demonstrations. The turning point or catalyst that elevated attention to this movement was the March on Wall Street incident that occurred here in the United States. The good news is that in most cases these social demonstrations have been so well organized the price for social and governmental change has largely been peaceful not involving mass (if any) loss of life. In my view, it was only a matter of time before the pressure of global economies creates a "blow-back" event (using a CIA term) to the United States with such force that the effect on our united republic will significantly force disruptive change in the U.S. In short, the potential for change is becoming more evident as adjustment in the current U.S. social-political sea-state is currently underway. I offer the article below in support of others researching and/or studying associated social-political or organizational behavioral theory as they continue to develop their understanding of Leadership Dilemmas In Modern Times. The information is presented for investigation and research consideration. How is That Wiki Working For You? GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University May 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff This paper addresses a series of questions posed by Dr. Kathleen Plinske in Forum-7 at Pepperdine University regarding a reflective on the subject of Wikis. Specifically Dr. Plinske directed the research and reflection cover the following assessments: 1) Wikis as a learning tool, 2) Wikis as an application or tool related to e-learning, and 3) Cite concerns or reservations regarding the use of Wikis as an e-learning tool. The information provided offers a personal insight into this media structure, process, and form of cultural expression. What's Up With Google Docs? GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University September 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff This research explores Google Docs to determine its functionality and possible applications. In the process, a number of web-based platforms were discovered that were similar to the subject of the study. With this realization, the research was expanded to additionally focus on just what sets Google Docs apart from all the other cloud based platforms it competes with. Upon completion of the review, the following functions were found to be key to the basis of its uniqueness: 1) The application is within the semiotic domain of free web- base access and use; 2) There is no requirement to upload any application software; 3) All supported applications can be shared in real-time by collaborative work groups; 4) The web-site provides central storage for collaborative work; 5) The software concept and design eliminates the hassle (or confusion) of consolidating multiple input documents; 6) It provides a real-time interactive chat capability; 7) It tracks real-time input from the collaborative by individual contributor; 8) Users can easily upload or import files from other desktop applications; and, 9) Collaborated file access is controlled and secure on the web
  • 7. Page7 platform. The collaboration function is powerful, fast and extremely responsive. Online collaboration efforts or activities allow individual post tracking that is immediately viewable. Skype & the Amplification of Input Principle GPS-AG, Inc.; Pepperdine University May 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The article explores Skype as available during 2012 within the commercial consumer web-based communications media domain. The telecommunication program since being founded in 2003 has experienced a high level of success in offering a unique internet multifunctional (video-conferencing) communication software and operating platform. (Limited) Since 1995 the use of Skype has expanded to that of approximately 27,000,000 viewers/users at any one time. Largely due to this success Skype became a subsidiary of Microsoft. The project was directed by Dr. Kathleen Plinske and was designed to explore the use and capability of this media. Skype as a learning tool can improve efficiency and the effectiveness of deliverables through improved communications between research cohorts. A number of observations and insights are shared for the benefit of the student academic community. Leadership Dilemmas in Modern Times GPS-AG, Inc. January 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The publication presents a series of articles that have been formatted for quick-access on the internet. Each covers specific areas of research as directed by various senior faculty at Pepperdine University. The research design focus is to inspire discovery and encourage additional inquiry into each of the central topics listed. View complete article at: http://patrickdhuff.blogspot.com/ China...An Emerging U.S. Perception GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff Article focuses on past and present U.S. perceptions of China in the context of social and political economic interests. Perhaps the data presented raises interest through the lens of the U.S. worldview as to how to continue to embrace and develop this continuing relationship with the PRC. President Nixon may have had it right when he essentially initiated the era of ping-pong diplomacy beginning with his Beijing table-tennis delegation in 1972. During my tenure in Afghanistan, it became very clear the future of the U.S. economy is tied to the Chinese (PRC) in many more ways than is commonly appreciated by main street Americans. Viewing the attached data will assist in clarifying an opinion and understanding of the relationship between these two super-powers in the future. India's Performance Management Problem GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The article focuses on trust and degrees of multi-variant outcomes in the context of workplace performance. China's Bully Tactics...A Political Economist's Worldview from Behind Closed Doors GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The article explores China's recent expressions or tactics that some would view as counter to developing
  • 8. Page8 relations with the U.S. Why Government is the Problem...Milton Friedman's Viewpoint GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff In the course of economic study one occasionally crosses works of scholars that represent "show-stoppers" as we called them in the military. In the context of political economics, the publication of Dr. Friedman's work by the Hoover Institute is simply too well stated to overlook. The following is an extract from his work within the section entitled executive summary: "The major social problems of the United States - deteriorating education, lawlessness and crime, homelessness, the collapse of family values, the crisis in medical care - have been produced by well-intended actions of government. That is easy to document" Friedman argues. "The difficult task is understanding why government is the problem". This article is the result of directed research associated with doctorate studies at Pepperdine University. Countdown to Meltdown...The Emergence of Malthusian Doctrine in the Context of Global Economics GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The article considers leadership from the perspective of leader traits and skills, self-interests, trust, communications, as possible influences affecting change and innovation in the workplace. The research engages in conducting a qualitative survey of the nature of people and related organizational behavior in governmental and nongovernmental organizations. Countdown to Meltdown, is consistent with and provides illumination on the crisis confronting leadership today. In 1979 the People’s Republic of China (PRC) identified trends that represented alarms to the continuation and survival of their government. They have attempted to address the problem by deploying a number of initiatives aimed at reversing these trends. Their initiatives address mechanical (social engineering) and technological (integrated digital management system controls and applications) as approaches to the problem of population control, maintenance of their global power, resource availability, energy independency, and the sustainment of economic growth. This research explores one of a number of approaches to addressing the coming crisis is for world leaders to boldly face the problem head-on by developing an equable global economic plan proportional to those constructs established in Adam Smiths’ economic theory and publication pertaining to the Wealth of Nations. United States Budget Dilemma...An Iceberg Ahead of a Rudderless Ship GPS-AG, Inc. August 2012 Authors: Patrick D. Huff The attached YouTube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EW5IdwltaAc&feature=youtu.be was sent to me by a consortium of accounting and financial professionals this last week. It comes at a timely I am engaged in international studies pertaining to economic theory and practice. The warning issued in the piece is based upon current government records and observations from those independent from the government with no apparent biased. The total media clip is about 5 minutes. It offers an opportunity to gain a true understanding of the government's current financial condition and the dilemma that we all face in the United States. I covers increasing concern about the ability of the United States to maintain or sustain its current economic standing in the global community. Securing a Career Placement Edge: An Advanced Approach to Student Study Abroad
  • 9. Page9 GPS-AG; Amazon Publishing February 18, 2015 Authors: Patrick D. Huff This design approach intends to place student study aboard in an empirical perspective. A central purpose of the design and organization of the journey is to ensure the development of a clear and concise record of discoveries. The central objectives of the proposed methodologies and approach are focused on obtaining the maximum return on the investment (ROI). The design is key to organizing and framing the research and experience in a way that ensures one’s ability to reflect and express in-depth learning experiences and insights to others. In short, this publication is about sharing a concept, design, methodologies, and approach that will set you up to gain the most out of an experience of a lifetime, in this case, a first-hand exposure to the future impact of China. This approach when combine with a student study aboard program offers participants a distinct advantage in jump-starting their career with an approach to international course work that is valued by corporations seeking fresh talent for engagements in international business, research, and development. Upon the publication of this study’s findings (Volume 3), these candidates will be equipped with a consensus of expert opinions and judgments as to the direction China is likely to take in the next 10 years and why. When these findings and insight are offered to the targeted future international employer, you will have a distinct knowledge-edge and talking-point advantage over the competition. Nash Equilibrium Theory and Gaming Integration with Mitroff and Turoff's Delphi Policy Method for Increased Outcome Significance GPS-AG, Inc. Publications August 9, 2015 Authors: Patrick D. Huff This paper explores the integrated application of Nash equilibrium theory as a mixed strategy set for finite player groups assuming two competing global ideologies, with finite high-value objectives, as pure strategies to achieve dominance. Modeling includes the assumption that there are three competing global player groups of which two have significant payoff values. The third group is not considered significant due to its limited potential influence and ability to drive global events. Therefore, any related potential outcome derived from the third player group is not relevant. The model assumes inter-dependency between player group one and two. The purpose of the investigation is to determine player group one's potential or move probabilities as related to its future strategy-sets, internal and external policies, and direction over a measured period of time and performance. Huff University GPS-AG, Inc. September 11, 2015 Authors: Patrick D. Huff Established for educational purposes to provoke and simulate critical thinking and learning. Some of the posts on this site have been placed there to challenge your ideologies and believes. In some cases the materials will offer confirmation, in others, you will find alternatives that will change your thinking and beliefs forever. Consider this. Question everything, self-verify, and seek discovery. This includes self- reflection and yes, questioning your beliefs and judgment. The videos posted are intended to raise a level of new understanding and appreciation of the world around you. Respectfully submitted for your review and consideration. LTC Huff (Ret). Link to Huff University
  • 10. Page10 Library via the Clayton CRC Research Consultancy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5m8WyD9wb8CN2Mj9jeh9jQ/playlists Work Experience Director, CRC Research Consultancy, 501(c) (3) Version A May 2012 - Present (3 years 9 months) Director of Operations and Research Programs. The Clayton Research Consultancy vision. The project members collaborate in the conceptualization, design, methodology, and approach to projects in accordance with the stipulations of Report Certification agreements (as documented by report number, version and publication date) that are consistent with mutually agreed upon, accurate representation of the collective work effort of all members of the Project Team for submission to Faculty Mentor(s)/Professor(s) as supported and stipulated and approved Project Team’s Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) requirements. The participating Project Team members in this GSEP-EDOL program are expected to exercise initiative and good judgment when participating in the consultancy project and or when representing Pepperdine University. Due to high public visibility of the consultancy project and it work in association with the University, this Project Team is response for upholding the highest level of professional behavior. This Project Team accepts responsibility for meeting any specific performance requirements set by the organization that is the subject of research. Organizational culture, rules, regulations, and reporting hierarchy are fully followed. Such regulation compliances extend to security clearances and protocol with the Project Liaison for the purpose of discussing the proposed consultancy organizational planning, the identification of a problem statement, and/or the negotiation of the research design, methodology, approach. CRC is a Christian organization committed to higher learning that employs the highest standards of professional excellence and Christian values, where our clients are strengthened for life, service and leadership. I/we as project team members agree to comply with and honor the conditions, terms and stipulations as set forth. Sr. Vice President; COO, Aspen Engineering and Construction Mgmt. Services, Inc. September 2010 – Present (5 years 9 months) Position provides internal strategic planning; assessment of knowledge and learning needs; and special initiatives. Mr. Huff leads the corporation in identifying emerging markets and subsequent development, to include operations consulting to the corporation’s board, CEO, executive staff, and practitioners. In addition, Mr. Huff acts as a corporate representative; advises clients as to the corporation’s strengths; unique capabilities; aligns the corporation’s statement of qualifications to specific client needs and requirements; assisting in identifying client-corporation stakeholder opportunities, contract negotiations; and, client relations development so as to optimize the performance of the client-corporation stakeholder relationship. President: Organizational research and leadership assessment consultant, Global Performance Strategies -AG, Inc. July 2010 - Present (5 years 7 months) Position supports the intent of the corporation to conduct for profit research and perform business advisory
  • 11. Page11 planning, modeling, organizational development studies, conduct operations surveys and assessments, develop and perform restructure modeling, conduct cohort based collective analysis, develop metric based assessments, construct determinations & findings and to provide associated advisory & consulting services to government agencies and private organizations. The corporation develops research and educational information publications, papers and materials from selected public and private work performed with the intent of offering such information and materials to private corporations for confidential internal use as well as provide selected publications to the general public and public broadcast production developers for external distribution and electronic media commercial customers. Educational information and materials focus on strategic organizational structuring, procedures, operations and leadership development. American Institute of Architects (AIA), and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) 1999 - Present (Over 17 years) (See organizations below.) Program Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers January 2010 - July 2010 (7 months) Program Manager Middle East District, Winchester, VA - (Kandahar District Office, Afghanistan) Duties: Program Manager in charge of product delivery team (PDT) coordination, planning and leadership and direction of effort to administer and execute pre and post awards on projects funded by multiple government agencies in the Afghanistan-South. Responsible for direct assistance to the Deputy Program Manager (DPM), Deputy to the Deputy Program Manager, and DDPM for organizational analysis and change management transition from resident engineering office to full district office authorized Oct 2009. Provided SWOT research, findings, and recommendations to the DPM. Researched and instituted Charrette Program and executed daily project management requirements. Position included negotiating funding approvals with Middle East District and U.S. agencies. Developed program requirements, budgets, department labor codes, and funding for AES district office. Responsibilities included assumption of program cost analyst responsibility, scheduling, coordinating, contracting, legal reviews, technical evaluations, performance work statements, scheduling, and engineering. Strategy & Leadership Successes: Established first time in history sole budget and expenditure control over the Charrette Program-South by the Kandahar district office. Charrette Program included design, technical and cost estimate reviews of 23 projects or approx. $780M in work. Researched, initiated, executed, and administrated first Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA) with NATOs NAMSA program for USACE-AES District Office in joint multinational logistical and MILCON program coordination and mission support effort. Program, project management portfolio included 43 MILCON projects in excess of $1.2B. Total PDT included of approx. 38 team members and consultants. Assistant Director - LOGCAP at U.S. Army Contracting Command March 2009 - January 2010 (11 months) Bagram Office, Afghanistan: Duties: Contracting, briefings, and coordination with Deputy Program Director (DPD) LOGCAP, contractors, Army Contracting Command (ACC), Defense Contract ManagementAgency
  • 12. Page12 (DCMA), Department of State (DOS), and other agencies. Activities included training, briefs, educational systems, lessons learned, future operations plans. Travel to Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan. Responsible for contracting and leadership to Army Support Command, LOGCAP III to IV transition, including tech evaluations, performance work statements, research, crafting policy, and program concepts. LOGCAP lead in Jalalabad, N. Afghanistan re-organizing support of 23 Forward Operating Bases (FOBs) transitioning 101st Airborne Div. to 82nd Airborne Div., approx. $1.6B in MATOC contracts. Strategy & Leadership Successes: Chaired, researched and restructured Water Resource Program contracting, work performance statement, specifications, pre and post awards, solicitation. Increased effectiveness from 23.6 wells per 100, to 97.4 wells per 100, as approved by USFOR-A for $114.8M. Subsequence phases of the program were executed that extended the water resources budget and contracts to over $800 million. Achieved uniform performance work statements, contracting, equipment, technical controls. Organized and lead Deputy Program Director reorganization plan. Included engineering, contracting, operations, legal, leadership, and lines of responsibility. During his service in-country Huff completed a number of assignments associated the United Nations-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). Sr. Vice-President, COO, Aspen Engineering and Construction Management Services, Inc., Los Angeles, CA May 1995 – January 2009 (14 years 2 months) Area of responsibility – California, Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas. Mr. Huff administered the day to day operations of the business to include participating in ongoing assignments in support of on-site facility engineering, assessments, and evaluations. Conducted the acquisition, procurement, and contracting requirements for the company as well as for those corporations and facilities that Mr. Huff directly supported on-site. During this period Mr. Huff provided direct design engineering and technical programs support to Hallmark Media Corporation, Sparrowhawk Media International, the National Broadcast Corporation, NBC Sports, Prime Sports, Fox Sports. He completed over $28M in high-visibility projects that included technical information technology integrations (system architecture, networks, digital storage systems, and international program broadcast streaming) in support of an international broadcast operations center located in Denver, Colorado, completing all project requirements and deliveries on-time and on-schedule. Mr. Huff was additionally responsible for the knowledge and learning program curriculum, design, development, implementation, assessment, evaluation, modification, and performance-based redesign of all the facility engineered systems operational procedures, training manuals, instruction, protocols, safety, security, and environmental controls and mitigation programs. These safety, security, and technical training curriculums, course design, methods, implementation, and instruction were created, delivered, and supervised by Mr. Huff in accordance with industry national underwriting laboratory and factory mutual standards and reviews. Architect, Federal government 2006 - 2008 (2 years) Program/Project Manager responsible for guidance and direction of project architectural and engineering planning and construction documentation pertaining to major Army Corps of Engineers assignments while in
  • 13. Page13 Afghanistan. (General Facilities, Office, Medical and Airfields) Program Director, Acquisition & Contract Programs & Training Design and Implementation at U.S. Secretary of Army, Acquisitions, Logistics, and Technology Office (ASAALT) 2001 - 2008 (7 years) Organizational executive director and lead proponent for the organization's program initiatives, implementation, evaluation, vision, and mission. Chief responsible office in charge of acquisition and contract programs in support of the U.S. Army (Reserve Component Programs) with direct report to the Western Division Commander and the U.S. Sec. of Army (ASAALT) Deputy Commander. Regional Director, Battalion Commander at Army Contracting Agency, Western Region, USAR January 2005 - February 2007 (2 years 2 months) (See Korea Work Experience: Korea Impact, Working within cultural diversity. Short topic video is available under publications below that provides a (14 min) overview of position responsibilities and accomplishments available on Mr. Huff’s LinkedIn page) Direct report to the Office of the Assistant Secretary to the Army Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASAALT)-AR, Asst. Military Deputy Commander, Department of Defense, Army Reserve Component, Pentagon. Responsibility includes program budgets and daily administration of 6 divisional offices with direction of 6 senior managers and 36 operations personnel. • Strategy & Leadership Successes: • Created the national organization, developed and negotiated inter-agency operating agreements and recruited professional personnel, • Increased productivity, inter-agency communications, and net contracting costs, • Directly responsible for successful award of $640 million in service and material contracts per year with zero percent remaining close-outs at end of each fiscal period. • Successfully supported British, Canadian, and Australian counterpart contracting requirements. • Successfully resourced and supported Iraqi and Afghanistan Theater contracting requirements Assistant Director Regional Engineering Division, Sr. Project Manager at Cushman & Wakefield of Calif., Inc. May 1990 - May 1995 (5 years 1 month) Area of Responsibility - So. Calif. & lower states to Mississippi River. Position responsible for facility or complex management, engineering, construction management, and maintenance operations. Scope included: M & A focus on due-diligence. Responsible for $22-30m in annual renovation work of national accounts to include: •Texaco •Wells Fargo •Pacific Telesis •Hyundai Merchant Marine •General Electric Credit Corporation •Chevron •Fox Sports •Panavision •Liberty-Telecom, Inc. •Yucaipa Companies •CA. A&C Writer’s Union •U.S. Internal Revenue Service • Operations & Financial Successes: • Expanded organization, developed ops policy and practice standards, negotiated and ops of 3rd party facility services contracts, completed record sales for department each year, recruited professionals, reported budgets, operations, and financials to client’s asset management teams. • Reduced services expenses, improved client services, increased profitability. • Co- responsibility for marketing resulting in record fee income FY92; earning the highest ROI for service nationally in all regions.
  • 14. Page14 Regional Director of Operations, Environmental Control Industries, Inc. May 1988 - May 1990 (2 years 1 month) Completed $10-15 million annual sales in asbestos and soil remediation projects for national insurance, finance and development companies. Responsible for marketing, sales, direction of 8 member staff and approximately 640 field personnel. • Strategy & Leadership Successes: • Expanded organization and workforce, developed operating policy and practice standards, negotiated and operated facility environmental contracts, completed record sales for department each year, • Energized and built consensus between executive, operations and sales staff, recruited personnel, reported budgets, operations, and project financials internally and to client’s and supporting prime contractor(s). • Chief Knowledge and Training Officer – safety and environmental mitigation protocol, cleaning, disposal, and regulatory procedures educational curriculum, and training design, implementation, and evaluation responsible for quarterly programs and state certification for environmental technicians. President, CEO, Sr. Managing Partner at SYM Architecture and Engineering, Inc. May 1978 - May 1987 (9 years 1 month) Responsible for daily operations, balance sheet, marketing, sales, business plan and budgets to 6 managing partners and supervision of 26 architects, land planners, and civil engineers with annual billings of approximately $1.5 million per year. • Strategy & Leadership Successes: • Created organization, developed operating policy and practice standards, negotiated and operated client contracts. • Increased sales each year by 22%, recruited partners, reported budgets, operations, and reported quarterly financials to partners and creditors. • Recruited specific professional skills and experience necessary to broaden firm’s marketability. • Raised construction capital, participation loans, and arranged permanent financing, completing approximately $38,000,000 in sales. • Recruited, organized, and formed 18 limited-partner investor groups participating in mixed-use office, resort hotel, apartment, multiple and single family projects, land acquisition to final marketing programs. Graduate Student Instructor, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, University of Oklahoma May 1977 - May 1979 (2 years) Graduate student teacher at the College, responsible for course curriculum design, approach, methodology, implementation of instruction and evaluation for entry level architecture, Course: Design I, and Design II graphic arts. Course curriculum submittal was approved by the College Dean and Curriculum Committee. Responsible for the instruction of two courses weekly with class sizes of 40 to 45 students. Enrollment was limited to freshman and junior year architectural students. Mr. Huff was recognized as the outstanding graduate student instructor in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design for two years in a row. He was honored and given special recognition by the College Dean for excellence and was the recipient of the College’s graduate educational fellowship to Cranbrook Schools, Institute of Science, educator’s national
  • 15. Page15 conclave, summer of 1977; and, again in summer of 1978. Projects China Impact: A series of ethnological environmental assessments May 2012 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Kirk Marshal Clayton ABSTRACT - The research conducts an analysis of China’s political-economic, legal, and technology environments in the context leadership and policy. The research design is a bound longitudinal study with
  • 16. Page16 initial immersion 21 May to 31 May 2012. The study involves four immersions resulting in SPELIT and SWOT assessments that are subject to Delphi method reviews. Research is conducted using a mixed- method approach that touches on an ethnological phenomenon within China. Data is collected using face- to-face open-ended narrative surveys or interviews conducted during cultural immersions. Pepperdine University is providing global contacts in each area of interest. Delphi subject matter experts (SMEs) are academic scholars, government officials, industry leaders, and common Chinese “worker class”. Observations are taken from a total of 6 regions. They include: 1.) Beijing; 2.) Xian; 3.) Guilin, 4.) The Li River Valley, 5.) Shanghai, and 6.) U.S. Embassy, Beijing. A total of (n = 12) face-to-face surveys are collected excluding a panel (n = 24) of Delphi participants. Delphi participants are selected from non- Western cultures. The research compiles a survey populations (N = 4) for a total population (n = 144). Key discoveries are framed using the SPELIT Power Matrix Model and SWOT (PEST) pertaining to China's political, economic, legal, and technology. Emerging changes in these areas are critical to China's goals and financial expansion. China's leadership and policy successes in navigating the phenomena will determine its long-term goal of becoming the largest economic power on the globe. Once achieved, China will assume responsibility as the new global leader. This hypothesis is tested by applying Wheatley’s Complexity and Trompenaars Change across Cultures Theories as methods of analysis, and evaluated using Quinn’s Competing Values Model to formulate a conclusion. Leading Change: Transforming a construction services company to a learning organization December 2013 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton ABSTRACT - This paper introduces a plan to increase Master Builders Incorporated (MBI) knowledge, customer base, and sales by integrating an adult learning program where success will be measured by increasing the number of employees that achieve Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications. This knowledge is considered critical when avoiding the common trap of attempting to do too many projects with limited resources, training, and ill-informed leadership (Verzuh, 2012) which in-turn prevents achieving a sustainable market advantage. The Small Business Administration classifies MBI (located in Los Angeles, California) as a small business, construction services company. Since 2008, MBI has experienced performance problems that have resulted in flattened sales due to its leadership style and the absence of a learning culture as discovered in recent LPI 360 surveys and environmental assessments. This plan responds to MBI’s Chief Executive Officer’s (CEO) need by implementing leadership and development programs necessary to drive culture change within MBI as it positions itself for an initial public offering (IPO) viewed as critical to its survival within the next two years. My role in the effort is to act as the Change Management Officer (CMO) responsible for leading the plan’s development and implementation. The plan is framed by a SPELIT and SWOT needs assessment and shaped by applying Kotter’s Eight -Stage Change Model. The learning program utilizes Darryl Sink’s ADDIE and ISD models to analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate results. To ensure effectiveness, Knowles theory of andragogy, Senge’s learning principles, and Kirkpatrick’s four levels of evaluation are utilized as grounded theories to create and
  • 17. Page17 measure reaction, learning, behavior change and results. The plan uses a phased-gate approach to measure achievements (short-term wins) toward optimizing MBI as a learning organization for an IPO as directed by advisors. Understanding the Chinese Economy May 2014 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton CRC Research and Narrative Interview Resources - What all CEO's should know about China: INSEAD Knowledge Program with interviewer Stuart Pallister; Peter Bowie, Understanding the Chinese Economy, Oct, 2008 (11:53 min), shared for educational purposes only. Center for Global Leadership and Intelligent Assessment June 2014 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton Director of the CGLIA under the direction and guidance of the Executive Director. Relevant Literature Reviews: (Associated with ongoing research programs) 1. Beardson, Timothy, Stumbling Giant: The Threat to China’s Future, 2013. China: What every CEO should know about the challenges China will face in the next decade May 2012 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton Published on May 24, 2013. Although there is an abundance of recent literature forecasting that the world will soon be unipolar with China as its only superpower, perhaps this will not be the case. Timothy Beardson, author of “Stumbling Giant: The Threat to China’s Future,” challenges the prediction that China will soon surpass the U.S. and become the only global force within the next few decades. By examining all aspects of China – from its economy to its foreign and domestic politics to its environment – he shows that growth in China is slowing, the labor force is declining, and its total population is falling. As such, he contends that without major reforms China will soon begin to experience the “middle income trap.” In order to prevent its economy from quickly running out of stream, Timothy Beardson has bold policy prescriptions for China to consider (dfwworld,2013). This video is presented for educational purposes only. China's Emerging Military and Security Developments May 2012 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton Published on June 5, 2012 Brookes, Chinese Military and Security Developments, 2012 Peter Brookes is Senior Fellow, National Security Affairs and Chung Ju-Yung Fellow for Policy Studies, The Heritage Foundation; Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Affairs. He covers a report released by the U.S. Department of Defense entitled “Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China” which indicates a substantial degree of
  • 18. Page18 advancement in China’s global military capability. These advances raise this as an area of interest in light of its growing international leadership and economic power and authority its actions in relation to the international “law of the seas” (secure freedom, 2012). This video is provided for educational purposes only. China Surpasses U.S. Naval Fleet Size: A Congressional Inquiry June 2013 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton U.S. Congressman Randy Forbes Just after taking over as the World leader in shipbuilding, China was achieved what some analysts in Congress would argue is a globally dominant blue water navy. This aside, the U.S. Congress has confirmed that China has taken over global lead in cyber-space counter-intelligence technologies while at the same time the U.S. Defense Department has claimed recent victories in this area, e.g. Intellectual Property Rights protection (yet undisclosed or validated by the U.S. Congress). Perhaps the U.S. should consider a congressional investigation into alternative approaches and strategies in securing U.S. national interests in light of the current defense plan. How China Fooled the World June 2014 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton Published on Feb 27, 2014. How China Fooled the World China is now the second largest economy in the World and for the last 30 years China’s economy has been growing at an astonishing rate. While Britain has been in the grip of the worst recession in a generation, China’s economic miracle has wowed the World. It is a story of spending and investment on a scale never seen before in human history…30 new airports, 26,000 miles of motorways and a new skyscraper every five days have been built in China in the last five years. But, in a situation eerily reminiscent of what has happened in the West, the vast majority of it has been built on credit. (Or has it? See China’s national monetary ideology and “open” financial system.) This has now left the Chinese economy with huge debts and questions over whether much of the money can ever be paid back. (China’s GDP expansion is approximately four times that of the U.S.) Interviewing key players including the former American treasury secretary Henry Paulson, Lord Adair Turner, former chairman of the FSA, and Charlene Chu, a leading Chinese banking analyst, Robert Peston reveals how China’s extraordinary spending has left the country with levels of debt that many believe can only end in an economic crash with untold consequences for all those in the West (Documentary Films, 2014). Consider reviewing the level of China’s National Treasury Bonds issued and sold to foreign countries by comparison to that of Western Countries. The Chinese are extremely sensitive to social unrest related to unemployment. These concerns appear to be much greater than those of the West and its people. The key to investigating points made in this well-done documentary is to conduct an investigation into the vast differences between the monetary system of the West vs. that of China's. What you will
  • 19. Page19 discover will likely be very interesting by contrast in light of the Western global financial system crisis. Cyberspace Advancement as an Emerging Challenge to China’s Technological Future February 2012 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton Published Jan 7, 2014. Is cyberspace advancement an emerging challenge to China’s technological future? West vs. East Worldviews This documentary on hacking and the current global integration of cyberspace is well done and informative. The presentation covers the origin and basics of computer software applications, strengths, and weaknesses. Additionally, it provides a good explanation of “hacking” and what it means to the global network community with subsequent implications to international security and open source sharing and the liberty of cyberspace (Useful Documentary Channel, 2014) Consider the documentary’s presentation in the context of societies “science and technology lag” due to established institutional and corporate proprietary limitations to critical thinking, innovation, and change that challenges the status quo. Presented for educational purposes only. Economic Monetary System: A 12-yr. old girl's view of the West and the rest September 2013 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton Published May 15, 2012. Grant, Victory, (2012) Public Banking in America, a 12-year old one reveals one of the best kept secrets in the World. China’s Economic Monetary System: A 12-yr. olds view of the West and the rest This 12 year old does an excellent job of explaining the principles of the “closed” Anglo-American monetary and financial system. It took me over four years of study to analyze and appreciate the differences between the Western European (Anglo-American) system and that of China. The presentation by this 12 year old before the Public Banking Institute (focused on such systems from the viewpoint of national public interest) provides an excellent primer of the social-economic problems with the closed system. Consider China has the only remaining economically “open” system in the international community. Some would argue this ”open” system represents a possible threat to Western power, authority, and dominance. Since Adam Smith’s initial treatise on the “Wealth of Nations” published in 1776 (date easy to remember). Smith’s notions and principles of controlling societies through the accumulation of wealth have served to fundamentally shape Western economics. Consider placing these two systems in perspective when investigating and assessing relationships causational to the current financial crisis in the U.S. and Western Europe. Presented for educational purposes only. Congressional Inquiries, Research, Investigation & Probable Outcomes September 2013 to Present Members: Patrick D. Huff, Dr. Kirk Marshall Clayton This project is under the direct control and guidance of the Center for Global Leadership and Intelligent Assessment as associated with the CRC Consultancy and GPS-AG, Inc. MISSION STATEMENT :
  • 20. Page20 Conduct original research in support of congressional inquiries SPECIFIED TASKS: Inquiries are related to State and Federal (national and international) research; Findings and publications include presentation requirements to Congress and adjacent agencies. Topics include investigation and research into: Energy; Natural resource management; Emerging technology impacts; Impact analysis of emerging global sovereigns (Eastern Asian Focus); Micro and macroeconomic analysis and implications; International leadership analysis and assessment; Defense, trade and exchange program investigations and assessment; Program stakeholder inferences; specific political issues; and, budgeting concerns. IMPLIED TASKS: Other implied tasks include report creation, program management assistance, presentations, publication, distribution, and contributing press release guidance and advisement. The Hubris Syndrome Effect On Government Agencies: A series of bound case studies, observations, and findings. June 2015 to Present Members: Patrick Huff This project is focused on investigating why U.S. federal agencies are collectively failing in their declared mission and prosecution of specific and implied tasks as reviewed, approved, and directed by congressional authority. The research and specific case study discoveries, findings, and recommendations are commissioned by an independent source that is not affiliated with any special interest groups, social, or political bias. The project is intended to offer original information and data at the time of publication that will allow peer review of the data directly so as to confirm or reject the study's hypothesis. This study will be framed by applying several empirical methods of investigation to include being guided by relevant theories. The purpose of the study is to offer insight for the implementation of disruptive innovation and change as may be applied to the subject agencies and/or participants in the study. Organizations American Institute of Architects National and Member of AIA San Fernando Valley, CA January 1999 to Present The American Legion Combat Service Member January 2014 to Present California Post No. 1000; Member ID No. 204803132 San Francisco, CA Google Scholar June 1982 to Present
  • 21. Page21 Certifications Architect State of Colorado License 305767 August 2004 Architect State of California License C-20624 August 1998 Architect State of Oklahoma License 2671 July 1991 Army Acquisition Corps U.S. Department of The Army License 7130 June 2006 Defense Acquisition Professional Defense Acquisition University License 1-12-2005 August 2005 Certified Acquisition Professional U.S. Department of The Army License 050531 May 2005 Commissioner The California Board of Architectural Examiners License 20624 December 1999 Architect American Institute of Architects License 30078217 June 1991 Architect National Council of Architectural Registration Boards License 261453 June 2001 Languages Spanish Skills & Expertise Department of Defense (DoD) Military Army Construction Mergers Program Management Organizational Leadership Security Clearance Planning Mentoring Strategic Planning Contract Negotiation Team Building Contract Management Leadership Development Analysis Process Improvement
  • 22. Page22 Government Logistics Policy Management Consulting Command Problem Solving Procurement Negotiation Construction Management Team Leadership Business Strategy Operations Management Risk Management Requirements Analysis Research Organizational Development Coaching Staff Development Financial Analysis Administration Defense Government Liaison Excel Organizational Behavior Leadership Characteristics and Practices Organizational Structure Program Development Achiever Learner Intellection Arranger Relator MBTI-II (ENTJ) Education University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ Ph.D., Distance Management & Advanced Technologies, 2007 - 2018 Activities and Societies: Participation was via the distance learning program only. Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA. Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Organizational Leadership, 2011 - 2017 Grade: Honors Activities and Societies: Program was initiated upon return from service with various governmental organizations overseas; Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan. After a review of numerous university doctorate level programs pertaining to organization and leadership development, it was clear that Pepperdine University offered the proper faith-based environment supportive of a challenging and high-quality
  • 23. Page23 learning and growth experience. U.S. Defense Acquisition University, San Diego, CA Defense Senior Executive Development, Acquisition, Contracting, Executive Development, 1995 - 2006 U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Los Alamitos, CA General Military and Command Sciences, Leadership, Philosophy, Military History, Military Planning and Decision Making, 2001 - 2003 U.S. Army Logistics Management College, Richmond, VA Associate Logistics Executive Development, Product Life Cycle, Design & Needs Analysis, Acquisition & Procurement, Pricing, 1994 - 1998 Activities and Societies: Army Executive Development Meetings Army Officer's Field and Stream Sports Club Student Activities Coordinator Adjutant General School, U.S. Army Soldier Institute, Indianapolis, IN Adjutant General Officer, Advanced Officer Course, 1989 - 1989 Activities and Societies: Student Class Leader Student Study Group Leader Student Activities Coordinator University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK Masters of Science, Architecture, 1978 – 1980 Grade: Honors Activities and Societies: Tau Sigma Delta, Sigma Delta Chi University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK Bachelors of Science, Architecture, 1974 – 1979 Grade: Honors University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK Bachelors of Science, Environmental Engineering, 1974 – 1978 Grade: Honors Wichita State University, Wichita, KS BS, Journalism, PR, Geology, Political Science, 1970 - 1974 Grade: Honors Activities and Societies: Journalism Honors Society Wichita East High School, Wichita, KS General Education Degree (GED), Psychology, Social Behavior, Mathematics, Mechanical Drafting, 1964 – 1967 Grade: Honors with Scholarships Activities and Societies: Football, Track, and Field Honors Chaired numerous boards and special programs associated with US Army, Afghanistan-South (Infrastructure, health, administrative, civil planning and development programs). Sigma Delta Chi (Professional Journalistic Society-Honors) Tau Sigma Delta (American Institute of Architecture Students- Honors) Phi Delta Kappa International (Professional Association in Education) No. 851391 Ahmanson Foundation, Scholarship Award for Educational Studies, 18 October 2013 Pepperdine University, Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership, (EDOL) comprehensives completed with HONORS
  • 24. Page24 recognition, 3 December 2013 Interests Partnership & Network Building, Engineering PM Program Development, National Presentations & Speaking, Leasing & Property Law, Federal Acquisition Level 2 Certification, Federal Program Manager Level 2 Certification, Innovator & Consensus Builder, Government Compliance & Standards, Contract Law & Negotiation, P & L Reporting Responsibility, Prime & Sub-Contractor Management, Organizational Leadership & Mentoring, Operations Experience, Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate Transition Management, Federal Acquisitions Regulations, Chief Executive & Staff Administration, EHS Program & Risk Assessment, Recruiting & Training Programs, Construction Law & National Bldg. Code, Standards and Practices, MEP Engineering Design Experience, Soils & Hydrology Engineering Experience, Urban Planning & Zoning, Commercial Leasing, Folio & Asset Services, Environmental Design & Engineering, Strategic Planning & Organizational Structuring, Organizational Behavior, Executive Development, Architect, Engineer Awards Oklahoma University – College of Architecture and Environmental Design Distinguished Graduate Student Award - Teaching Excellence (Fellowship to Cranbrook Schools, Institute of Science, Bloomfield, MI. National educator’s Conclave for Emerging Professionals in Education - Architecture and Planning) Summer, 1977 Oklahoma University – College of Architecture and Environmental Design Distinguished Graduate Student Award - Teaching Excellence (Fellowship to Cranbrook Schools, Institute of Science, Bloomfield, MI. National educator’s Conclave for Emerging Professionals in Education - Architecture and Planning) Summer, 1978 Afghanistan Campaign Medal w/Campaign Star U.S. Department of the Army Army Commendation Medal U.S. Department of the Army Army Achievement Medal U.S. Department of the Army Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal (2) U.S. Department of the Army National Defense Service Medal U.S. Department of the Army Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal U.S. Department of the Army Army Service Ribbon U.S. Department of the Army Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon U.S. Department of the Army
  • 25. Page25 Armed Forces Reserve Medal w /M Device U.S. Department of the Army NATO Service Medal NATO Forces Command Patents/Copyrights Huff University United States Copyright Pending Inventor: Patrick D. Huff, Copyright Protected: 2011 This digital media resource was established for the benefit of the education, psychology, and research communities and those it serves. This includes all those that seek to inquire, search, and discover new horizons, innovation, and change with an open mind and spirit. The site was created to raise awareness of the diversity of human kind and differing worldviews so as to question everything, seek appreciation and the value of our differences, and to co-exist for the benefit of all without exception. Absent understanding first-hand the experiences and tragedies of conflict and war we as a shared humanity cannot truly value the gifts of our ability to reason, embrace transparency and tolerance, so as to always be open to communicate and negotiate a peaceful co-existence for the benefit and enjoyment of all. Courses Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Organizational Leadership Pepperdine University E-Learning: Theory & Practice Dr. Plinske Ethics and Personal Leadership Dr. Madjidi Organizational Behavior Theory & Design Dr. Schmieder-Ramirez Research Design & Analysis Dr. Davis Learning Design & Evaluation Dr. Gregg Leadership Theory & Practice Dr. Madjidi Consultancy I Dr. Stephens Advanced Data Analysis & Interpretation Dr. DeMars Qualitative Research & Analysis Dr. Mallette Contemporary Topics: China Dr. Harvey Law & Dispute Dr. Tobin Consultancy II Dr. Stephens Strategic Leadership & Management of Global Change Dr. Schmieder-Ramirez Economic & Political Systems Dr. Madjidi International Policy Experience: China Dr. Madjidi
  • 26. Page26 Entrepreneurship Dr. Caesar Leadership, Advocacy and Policy Dr. McManus Development: Government Organizations Comprehensive Exam Dr. Schmieder-Ramirez Leading Change, Transforming Companies to Learning Organization MS, Architecture University of Oklahoma Mechanical Engineering for Architecture I Basic Design II Environmental Systems in Architecture Mechanical Engineering for Architecture II Field Work Urban Planning I Architecture Seminar I Urban Planning II Architecture Seminar II Architectural Seminar III BS, Architecture University of Oklahoma Trigonometry Advanced Materials Introduction to Design I Introduction to Design II Architect Structures I Environmental Control Buildings Specifications & Contracts Architect Structures II Intermediate Design History of Medieval Architecture Furniture & Landscaping Advanced Architectural Design I Professional Practice Architectural Structures III History-Renaissance Architecture
  • 27. Page27 BS, Environmental Design Oklahoma University Introduction to Aviation and Flying Esthetic Criticism Architectural Esthetics Intermediate Algebra History of American Architecture Environmental Controls: Buildings I Volunteer Experience Member Only: The American Legion (National) January 2012 - Present (4 years 1 month) Contribute to association members and non-affiliated service follows by sharing combat connected experiences in order to successfully undertake a social and economic transition from their previous service connected roles to civilian careers. Assist in resetting service members worldviews and mindset to better cope and adapt. I assist service members returning from the Middle East Theater that are in search of purpose and meaning. I participate in (informal) veteran groups and/or with individuals (in private/ confidential sessions) so as to share experiences. These sessions are focus on identifying and working through adjustments necessary to set the stage for appreciation of service and understanding the importance of defining a new direction in life. My objective is to offer meaningful support and guidance to service fellows so they can locate opportunities for both their family members and themselves in the areas of health, education, and social adjustment that are making a difference to others returning from combat theaters. Published References "Background. Mr. Huff is a Master Ninja-Warrior (ENTJ). He excels at quickly assessing organizational environments, human capital, competitive markets, financial responsibility, and other key components within a framed analysis model. His model supports the development of successful strategies and recommendations that significantly improve performance. Strengths. His power of thought, focus, and intellection are impressive. These capabilities are enhanced by Mr. Huff’s comprehensive worldview and global diversity, cultural exposure, and success working within demanding business environments. His knowledge and professional experience form a distinctive set of qualifications that empower a means to analyzing organizational structure & phenomena, and determine keen insights that regularly cause clients to rethink their strategies and operations. Characteristics. Mr. Huff favors clients with emerging needs that are in organizational flux due to external or internal pressures. These organizations include those
  • 28. Page28 experiencing regulatory reform, mergers, acquisitions, excessive management/staff turnover, or a general dissatisfaction with performance, earnings, and the status quo. Key characteristics of Mr. Huff’s success is his ability to summarize and evaluate complex organization potential to embrace change, ability to deliver high-value customer solutions, and achieve top-down commitments to implement effective courses of action though the application of what Mr. Huff calls “decision briefs”. Vitae. Mr. Huff views his mission as one of mining organizations and markets for opportunities through the power of observation and determination of fact. His conclusions frequently offer concepts or considerations previously not considered by senior leadership. Mr. Huff has a 25 year track record of accomplishments as an executive advisor and senior leader. This record is evidence of an exceptional ability to increase organization performance. Approach. How does he do it? Mr. Huff accomplishes success by completing the following stepped objectives. 1) He establishes a clear vision of the organization’s goals. 2) Conducts an assessment of the organization’s decision making process. 3) Develops assessments of human capital alignments. 4) Identifies and assesses strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. 5) Identifies and assesses targeted market share value, organizational product/ deliverables, and profitability. 6) He develops a pre-operational and post- operational capital goal for the organization. 7) He constructs recommendations and creates planned organizational curriculum that commits the client organization to a stepped process of change (what he calls “a pathway to success”). 8) Finally, he achieves “buy-in” from control agents authorized to empower the organization and its leadership to achieve its objectives and goals. Mr. Huff’s presence and commitment are pivotal to the organization’s mission agility and success." —Kirk Marshall Clayton, managed Patrick D. at CRC Research Consultancy, 501(c) (3) Version A "Dr. Andrew Zou's work at CRC Consultancy, 501(c) (3) Version A" — Dr. Yang (Andrew) Zou, worked directly with Patrick at CRC Research Consultancy, 501(c) (3) Version A "Patrick displays leadership, attention-to-detail, business and operational awareness to define and successfully complete any task or mission he undertakes. In short, He is the GO-TO" Guy for your team." — George Pappas, worked directly with Patrick D. at Army Contracting Agency, Western Region, USAR "I have worked with Pat Huff on a number of occasions both in the U.S. and overseas. He is a meticulous planner and always ensures that the job or project is completed in a most professional manner. He is a great Manager of personnel, material, and time. His leadership style is is one that draws out the best in people, and he interacts with all in a positive and manner. He is well liked by all." — Dann Chesnut, worked with Patrick D. at Army Contracting Agency, Western Region, USAR
  • 29. Page29 Public Records - Documents and Certifications The following list of awarded degrees and professional certifications are posted for public view and examination at the following link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-d-huff- 70430010?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile All transcripts can be ordered and provided directly to the agency upon request from any authorized representative of the agency.
  • 30. Page30 Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1967 to 1973) Personal Qualifications Statement 1. Name (Last, First, M.I.) 2. Birth date (Month, day, year) 3. Social Security Number Huff, Patrick D. Available on request Available on request 4. Positions for which you are applying (Include options, if any) Government and/or Nongovernmental Applications and Programs (Contract Consultant)  Organizational Development (OD)  Innovation and Information Technology  Organizational Structure and Performance Analyst  Organizational Resource, Development Programs Creation 5. List the undergraduate and/or graduate college degree you have received or expect to receive (Give name or degree, name of college or university granting degree and date received or to be received). Degree Bachelor of Arts University/College Wichita State University Wichita, KS Date Received 18 Dec 72 (Covers period from 1967 to 1972) 6. State your major undergraduate course(s) of study 7. State your major graduate course(s) of study Journalism, Political Science N/A PART I – COLLEGE COURSES List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken (including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements> 8. Indicate academic field: 9. Indicate academic field: Journalism Art DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S Introduction to Mass Communication, #115 ‘71 A 2 Design 2, #172 ‘67 B 3 Advertising Principles, #238 ‘71 A 3 Drawing 1, #165 ‘68 B 3 Specific Topics in Journalism, #448 ‘71 A 4 Design 1, #171 ‘68 B 3 Newswriting, #226 ‘71 B 3 Painting 1, #272 ‘68 C 3 Introduction to Photojournalism, #232 ‘71 B 3 Metalsmithing 2, # 280 ‘68 B 3 World Press, #446 ‘71 A 3 Sculpture 2, #286 ‘68 A 3 Advanced Newswriting and Reporting, #330 ‘72 B 3 History of World Art 1, #101 ‘68 C 3 Law of the Press, #447 ‘72 B 3 Editing, #336 ‘72 B 3 Editorial Writing, #445 ‘72 B 3 Radio Workshop, #314 ‘72 B 3 Advanced Writing, #211 ‘71 B 3 TOTAL 36 TOTAL 21 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 31. Page31 Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1967 to 1973) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART I – COLLEGE COURSES (Continuation Sheet) List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken (including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements> 1. Indicate academic field: 2. Indicate academic field: Political Science Sociology DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S Patterns in Politics, #100 ‘68 B 3 Introduction to Sociology, #111 ‘67 C 3 Government Policy: Latin America, #423 ‘70 B 3 General Anthropology, #124 ‘68 C 3 International Policy and Institutions, #336 ‘71 B 3 Environmental Science in Society, #300 ‘71 A 3 Problems in Foreign Policy, #434 ‘72 B 3 Introduction to Philosophy, #121 ‘67 C 3 Contemporary Political and Advocacy Theory, #447 ‘72 C 3 General Philosophy, #111 ‘70 C 3 Patterns in Politics, #100 ‘68 B 3 Psychology, #60 ‘67 CR 1 Psychology, #111 ‘67 B 3 TOTAL 18 TOTAL 19 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 32. Page32 Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1967 to 1973) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART I – COLLEGE COURSES (Continuation Sheet) List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken (including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements> Indicate academic field: Indicate academic field: Languages: Spanish Mathematics DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S Elementary Spanish, #112 ‘72 D 5 Discrete Mathematics 2, #122 ‘70 C 3 Intermediate Spanish, #210 ‘72 C 5 Spanish, #111 ‘70 C 5 TOTAL 15 TOTAL 3 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 33. Page33 Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1967 to 1973) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART I – COLLEGE COURSES (Continuation Sheet) List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken (including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements> 3. Indicate academic field: 4. Indicate academic field: Geology English & History DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S General Geology, #111 ‘67 A 5 College English, #111 ‘67 C 3 General Chemistry, #111 ‘71 Cr 5 Mythology: World Literature, #473 ‘71 B 3 Advanced Writing, #211 ‘71 B 3 TOTAL 10 TOTAL 9 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 34. Page34 Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1967 to 1973) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART II – PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT AND CERTIFICATION The Office of Personnel Management is authorized by section 1302 of Chapter 13 (Special Authority) and sections 3301 and 3304 of Chapter 33 (Examination, Certification, and Appointment) of Title 5 of the U.S. Code to collect the information on this form. Executive Order 9397 (Numbering System for Federal Accounts Relating to Individual Persons) authorizes the collection of your Social Security Number (SSN). Your SSN is used to identify this form with your basic application. It may be used for the same purposes as stated on the application. The information you provide will be used primarily to determine your qualifications for Federal employment. Other possible uses or disclosures of the information are: 1. To make requests for information about you from any source; (e.g., former employers or schools), that would assist an agency in determining whether to hire you; 2. To refer your application to prospective Federal employers and, with your consent, to others (e.g., State and local governments) for possible employment; 3. To a Federal, State, or local agency for checking on violations of law or other lawful purposes in connection with hiring or retaining you on the job, or issuing you a security clearance; 4. To the courts when the Government is party to a suit; and 5. When lawfully required by Congress, the Office of Management and Budget, or the General Services Administration. Providing the information requested on this form, including your SSN, is voluntary. However, failure to do so may result in your not receiving an accurate rating, which may hinder your chances for obtaining Federal employment. ATTENTION – THIS STATEMENT MUST BE SIGNED Read the following paragraph carefully before signing this Statement A false answer to any question in this Statement may be grounds for not employing you, or for dismissing you after you begin work, and may be punishable by fine or imprisonment (U.S. Code, Title 18, Sec. 1001). All statements are subject to investigation, including a check of your fingerprints, police records, and former employers. All the information you give will be considered in reviewing your Statement and is subject to investigation. CERTIFICATION I CERTIFY that all of the statements made in this Statement are true, complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and are made in good faith. Signature (Sign in ink) Patrick D. Huff Signed Statement is Available and on-file Date Signed 1 June 2014 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 35. Page35 Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1967 to 1973) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART III – SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT NOTE: This part is for the use of college students and graduates who may qualify for some GS-7 and GS-9 positions on the basis of undergraduate scholastic achievement, as provided in an open announcement. See the appropriate announcement for complete requirements. If you do not wish to qualify on this basis or if you do not meet the requirements below, do not complete this part. In any case, YOU MUST SIGN YOUR NAME AFTER THE CERTIFICATION STATEMENT AT THE BOTTOM OF PAGE 3. A. COLLEGE OR CLASS STANDING. Must be in upper third of the college or university, or major subdivision such as School of Engineering, School of Business Administration, etc. NUMBER IN CLASS 89 YOUR STANDING 15TH B. COLLEGE GRADE AVERAGE. Must equal a “B” average (2.90 on a 4.0 scale) or better for all undergraduate courses, or equal “B+” (3.5) or better in courses comprising the major field of study, completed during the period specified in the announcement under which you file. If the announcement permits a choice of computing periods, you may use the one which gives you the best average. In any case you should indicate the method used by check mark in the appropriate box in item 1 and in item 2 below, and compute your average in the space provided at the bottom of this page. 1. (Check one) “B” average for all undergraduate courses X “B +” average in major field of study 2. (Check one) X All 4 years First 3 years Last 2 years At time of filing (In some announcements this is the only computing period permitted.) NOTE: For those announcements which permit you to qualify on the basis of a grade average during the last 2 years of the undergraduate curriculum, you may be rated provisionally eligible if you are a senior student, provided you have the required average in the junior year. You will be required to submit evidence at the time of appointment that you maintained the required average during your senior year. Most colleges have “A,” “B,” “C,” and “D” as passing grades and compute grade point averages on a 4, 3, 2, 1 scale. In computing your grade point average, round to the first decimal place (e.g. 2.95 = 3.0, 2.94 = 2.9, etc.); however, the 2.90 average may not be achieved by rounding up a lower average. If your college uses a different system, explain below and show how it compares with the “A,” “B,” “C,” “D” system. NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS WITH A 23 X 4 = 92 GRADE OF “A” NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS WITH A 60 X 3 = 180 GRADE OF “B” NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS WITH A 37 X 2 = 74 GRADE OF “C” NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS WITH A 5 X 1 = 5 GRADE OF “D” NO. OF SEMESTER OR QUARTER HOURS FAILED N/A X 0 = N/A TOTAL (1) 125 TOTAL 361 (2) GRADE POINT AVERAGE 2.9 Total (2) divided by Total (1) Note: Computed for courses completed at Wichita State University covering (1967 -1972). U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 36. Page36 Bachelor of Science: Journalism – Wichita State University, Wichita, KS (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1967 to 1973) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART III – SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT NOTE: This part is for the use of college students and graduates who may qualify for some GS-7 and GS-9 positions on the basis of undergraduate scholastic achievement, as provided in an open announcement. See the appropriate announcement for complete requirements. If you do not wish to qualify on this basis or if you do not meet the requirements below, do not complete this part. In any case, YOU MUST SIGN YOUR NAME AFTER THE CERTIFICATION STATEMENT AT THE BOTTOM OF PAGE 3. C. HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP. Must be one of the national honorary scholastic societies meeting the minimum requirements of the Association of College Honor Societies (other than freshman scholarship honor societies). Name of honor society and date you were elected to membership: Sigma Delta Chi – Journalism – awarded 2/9/69 CERTIFICATION I CERTIFY that all of the statements made in this Statement are true, complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and are made in good faith. Signature (Sign in ink) Patrick D. Huff Signed Statement is Available and on-file Date Signed 1 June 2014 NOTE: Many colleges and universities offer courses of study which have disposed, in whole or in part, of traditional grading systems in favor of pass/fail or similar systems. If your grades are more than 10 percent pass/fail, you may claim credit under the scholastic achievement provision only on the basis of class standing or membership in a national honorary society. Proof of class standing should be in the form of a statement in writing from the institution’s registrar, the dean of the applicant’s course of study, or the appropriate department head or chairman. This statement of class standing must be based on a suitable measure of the student’s academic performance, such as the results of a comprehensive examination or an overall faculty assessment, and must indicate the basis of the judgment. Class standing must be based on the candidate’s standing in his college or university or a major subdivision of the university (e.g., the College of Business Administration, the College of Arts and Sciences, etc.). Subdivisions of colleges, such as the History Department, are not recognized as subdivisions for this purpose. This proof should not be submitted with your application, but will be required by your hiring agency before you may report for work. U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense BE SURE TO SIGN THIS FORM AT THE BOTTOM OF PAGE 3 U.S. GPO: 1987-776-785
  • 37. Page37 Bachelor of Science: Environmental Design - Oklahoma University, Norman, OK (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1973 to 1979) Personal Qualifications Statement 10. Name (Last, First, M.I.) 11. Birth date (Month, day, year) 12. Social Security Number Huff, Patrick D. Available on request Available on request 13. Positions for which you are applying (Include options, if any) Government and/or Nongovernmental Applications and Programs (Contract Consultant)  Organizational Development (OD)  Innovation and Information Technology  Organizational Structure and Performance Analyst  Organizational Resource, Development Programs Creation 14. List the undergraduate and/or graduate college degree you have received or expect to receive (Give name or degree, name of college or university granting degree and date received or to be received). Degree Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design University/College Oklahoma University Norman, OK Date Received 12 May 79 (Covers period from 1973 to 1979) 15. State your major undergraduate course(s) of study 16. State your major graduate course(s) of study Architecture N/A PART I – COLLEGE COURSES List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken (including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements> 17. Indicate academic field: 18. Indicate academic field: Architectural Design Architectural History DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S Introduction to Design, #4535 ‘73 A 5 Basic Design II, #3523 ‘73 A 3 Advanced Standing Examination: Introduction to Design, #4547 ‘74 CR 7 Intermediate Design, #5555 ‘74 A 5 Esthetic Criticism, #5565 ‘75 B 2 Esthetic Criticism, #5575 ‘75 A 5 TOTAL 27 TOTAL 0 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 38. Page38 Bachelor of Science: Environmental Design - Oklahoma University, Norman, OK (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1973 to 1979) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART I – COLLEGE COURSES (Continuation Sheet) List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken (including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements> 3. Indicate academic field: 4. Indicate academic field: Engineering Urban Planning DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S Mechanical Engineering for Architects I, #3313 ‘73 A 3 Mechanical Engineering for Architects II, #3323 ‘73 A 3 Advanced Materials, #4213 ‘73 A 3 Field Work: #4940 ‘74 A 2 Environmental Systems in Architecture, #4222 ‘73 B 2 Environmental Controls in Buildings, #5243 ‘74 B 3 Environmental Controls in Buildings, #5233 ‘77 B 3 TOTAL 19 TOTAL 0 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 39. Page39 Bachelor of Science: Environmental Design - Oklahoma University, Norman, OK (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1973 to 1979) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART I – COLLEGE COURSES (Continuation Sheet) List below by appropriate academic field (e.g., biology, mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, etc.,) all courses you have taken (including those failed) which appear to satisfy the qualification requirements of positions for which you are applying. List graduate and undergraduate courses separately. Credits for each category should be totaled to determine if you meet the minimum course requirements> 5. Indicate academic field: 6. Indicate academic field: Professional Practice & Contracts Mathematics DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S DESCRIPTIVE TITLE COMPL ETION DATE GRAD E CREDI T HOUR S Professional Practice, #6052 ‘72 A 2 TOTAL 2 TOTAL 0 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense
  • 40. Page40 Bachelor of Science: Environmental Design - Oklahoma University, Norman, OK (Original transcript is available on request from the University). Supplemental Qualifications Statement Form Approved OMB No. 3206-00 LIST OF COLLEGE COURSES AND CERTIFICATE OF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT Period (1973 to 1979) Personal Qualifications Statement Name (Last, First, M.I.) Huff, Patrick D. PART II – PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT AND CERTIFICATION The Office of Personnel Management is authorized by section 1302 of Chapter 13 (Special Authority) and sections 3301 and 3304 of Chapter 33 (Examination, Certification, and Appointment) of Title 5 of the U.S. Code to collect the information on this form. Executive Order 9397 (Numbering System for Federal Accounts Relating to Individual Persons) authorizes the collection of your Social Security Number (SSN). Your SSN is used to identify this form with your basic application. It may be used for the same purposes as stated on the application. The information you provide will be used primarily to determine your qualifications for Federal employment. Other possible uses or disclosures of the information are: 1. To make requests for information about you from any source; (e.g., former employers or schools), that would assist an agency in determining whether to hire you; 2. To refer your application to prospective Federal employers and, with your consent, to others (e.g., State and local governments) for possible employment; 3. To a Federal, State, or local agency for checking on violations of law or other lawful purposes in connection with hiring or retaining you on the job, or issuing you a security clearance; 4. To the courts when the Government is party to a suit; and 5. When lawfully required by Congress, the Office of Management and Budget, or the General Services Administration. Providing the information requested on this form, including your SSN, is voluntary. However, failure to do so may result in your not receiving an accurate rating, which may hinder your chances for obtaining Federal employment. ATTENTION – THIS STATEMENT MUST BE SIGNED Read the following paragraph carefully before signing this Statement A false answer to any question in this Statement may be grounds for not employing you, or for dismissing you after you begin work, and may be punishable by fine or imprisonment (U.S. Code, Title 18, Sec. 1001). All statements are subject to investigation, including a check of your fingerprints, police records, and former employers. All the information you give will be considered in reviewing your Statement and is subject to investigation. CERTIFICATION I CERTIFY that all of the statements made in this Statement are true, complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and are made in good faith. Signature (Sign in ink) Patrick D. Huff Signed Statement is Available and on-file Date Signed 1 June 2014 U.S. Office of Personnel Management, U.S. Department of Defense