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WILLIAM M.KELSO 113 AUTUMN WAY • YORKTOWN • VA 23693 757-775-5210 • MRWILLKELSO@YAHOO.COM OBJECTIVE I would like to bring my varied experience and skills to a dynamic company in order to improve the future of their supply chain operations. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS I work as a team lead at 438th Supply Chain Operation Squadron as a technical specialist performing supply asset management and property accountability with emphasis on analyzing, developing and implementing improved methodologies, procedures and systems that will provide timely support to the customer. Highly skilled at analyzing physical receipt, cataloging, marking, custodial care/storage, issue and disposition of government property and ensuring procedures for government property accountability. Knowledgeable in asset visibility, property accountability, property management, materiel management procedures, demand analysis, supply procedures, stock fund functions, physical asset control, Supply Automated Tracking System (SAT’S), Global Transportation System (GTN), Standard Base Supply System (SBSS), Federal Logistic Information System (WEBFLIS), Supply Management Analysis Reporting Tool (SMART), Customer Account Tracking System (WebCats), Visual Logistic Information Processing System WLIPS), Weapon System Management Information System (WSMIS), MICAP Automated Sourcing System (MASS), Federal Logistic Record (FEDLOG), Enterprise Supply Solutions (ESS) and use of computer software applications including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook. I possess a thorough knowledge of Air Force supply regulations and policies and ability to manage multiple customer accounts and hand receipt holders. Familiar with accountability processes, work methods, supply data management and day-to-day operational procedures to manage complex classified supply programs. I have 24 years experience in Air Force supply chain management and have worked at the squadron, major command and regional supply center level. CLEARANCE Secret, current as of June 2007 WORK EXPERIENCE-MILITARY June 2009-Present Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge F-15/F22 Backorders 735th Supply Chain Management Group Langley AFB, Virginia  Supervises 20 active-duty Air Force and Air National Guard personnel  Knowledge of logistics management principles, concepts, policies, regulations, common to Air Force support programs and a thorough understanding of life-cycle support requirements  Responsible for providing worldwide logistical support for F15 and F22 Fleet backorders analyzes and briefs maintenance organization on ability to support operations using aircraft sustainability and status of resources  Maintains communication with suppliers during course of procurement action in order to ensure timely delivery in compliance with the requirements of the procurement document  Establishes relationships with Defense Logistic Agencies (DLA)/Air Logistics Command (ALC) suppliers and develops new supply sources June 2009 –March 2007 Command F16/A10 Readiness Spares Package Manager Logistic Support Squadron Ramstein AB, Germany  Identified requirements between elements to acquire a system that is affordable, operable, supportable, sustainable, transportable, and environmentally sound within the resources available  Primary emphasis was on facilitating procurement and provisioning of aircraft repair parts, spares, bench stock, consumables, and all other required equipment with a sense of urgency-- delivering resources to the customer as expeditiously as possible  Developed logistics documentation in support of the maintenance philosophy and acquisition strategy for mobility readiness spare packages (RPS) policy for retail and maintenance personnel  Performed route-cause analysis of material shortages and outages.  Established and maintains a document filing system to retrieve or revise previous documents  Managed logistical convoy for the Afghanistan National Army (ANA)—instrumental in distributing supplies and equipment. March 2007-November 1999 USAFE Regional Supply Squadron Various duties (Training and Stock Control Supervisor, MICAP) Sembach Air Base, Germany  Process High Priority Mission Capable (MC) parts requests from units worldwide; issues parts to the requesting organization; assign due-in document numbers to parts requirements and open discrepancies. Source and process shipment for worldwide location to expedites ground aircraft  Ensure MICAP data is accurate in the Enterprise Solution Supply (ESS) system and Base Supply System in providing worldwide logistical support for Aero platform’s valued at $36.5B  Monitors all status on aircraft parts to ensure fleet maintains standardized Not-Mission Capable Supply (NMCS), Total Not Mission Capable Supply (TMNCS) and Full Mission Capable(FMC) rates  Responsible for creating and delivering job specific, regulatory and developmental training to all employees within the organization. Collaboratively work with other operational managers and supervisors to develop and execute training programs that are in line with the overall strategic goals  Analyzed departmental training needs to develop, modify, and improve existing training programs  Work collaboratively with management on process development and improvement  Coordinated with the functional and base training manager to schedule in-residence training  Conduct periodic reviews of organizations training record master task list and career field education and training plan  Analyzed supply system reports/listing to ensure management indicators are within standards  Scrutinized MICAP cause codes and adjusted stock levels (ASL) to identify logistic bottlenecks  Then worked with depots to cut customer wait times, non mission capable for supply (NMCS) and boost mission capability (MC) rates  Managed requisitioning and requirement function for six organizations and 36 sites.  Directed action on 38K items includes 2.5K backorders and 3.3K requisitions valued at $45M  Monitored the Awaiting Parts (AWP) program, sourced requirements worldwide and updated status--acquired over 2K bit and pieces generating the repair of $19B worth of end items EDUCATION A.A.S. Logistics, Community College of the Air Force, in progress MILITARY TRAINING USAF NCO Academy Sep 2004 Air Force Training Course (Paper-Based Exportable) Apr 2004 Sorts Data Handler (USAF) Jan 2001 MILSTAR Command and Control System-Consolidated Supplemental Nov 1997 Supply Management Craftsman Aug 1997 Mission Support Group Commander's Seminar Jul 1995 NCO Preparatory Course May 1990 Inventory Management Specialist Jun 1987 Air Force Basic Training Mar 1987 Logistics Module (LOGMOD) Course 1997

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