Vivian Evelyn Broughton
SSN: 033 40 2463
364 North Street
Sherman, ME 04776
Highest grade held: US Govt. Civil Service: GS-13, May 2000 â€“ Mar 2006
Computer Software Skills: Microsoft Office 2000, Word PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, MIDAS, DAISY, Computer Literacy, Facilitator Training, Toolbook 5, 6 and 7 (Asymetrix), Digital Video Producer, 3DFX, Hotdog 5, FrontPage, paint Shop Pro, EcdPro, Corel, Animagic, Flaming Text, Smartboard and Blackboard.
July 2002 to Mar 2006
40 Hours per week, Management & Program Analyst (Instructor/Course Director), (Professor), GS09343-13, $79,900 per year, US Army Logistics Management College, (ALMC) ATTN: SAM/SMD, Building 12500 2401 Quarters Road, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1705
Supervisor: Mr. John P. Wilson,
Duties: I planned and directed the Improving Army Customer Service (IACS) as the Course Director. I am the author and developer of this course. I prepared and presented instruction to mid-level and senior-level managers via classroom instruction and distance learning by way of Classroom XXI (which is an on-line 2 way communications, state of the art DL Classroom). I managed the schedule and direct other instructor in presentation and content of the IACS course. Determined training requirements and scheduled on-site training requirements. Researched, developed, designed, program administer, and wrote, reviewed, advised and maintained all course materials for the IACS. I made recommendations, interpreted, analyzed and recommended changes to Government Regulations and Directives. I was the Liaison and Consultant to Proponents and field activities on technical logistics material to include reviewing, evaluating and interpreting technical data. I represented the college as both technical and authoritative expert in customer service, Baldridge Criteria and Strategic Planning (Army Performance Improvement Criteria â€“ APIC) related items. I programmed, designed, directed and composed multimedia computer programs for instructional purposes, making final decisions on content, design and resources used. I designed and instructed Matrix support for several other Logistics Courses within the college. I was the computer consultant and Webmaster for the School of Systems and Acquisition Management to troubleshoot hardware and software problems, evaluate problems and accomplish minor repairs. I performed research, wrote and submitted professional articles on subjects related to customer service. I was the lead in several special projects to include Train the Trainer for 3M Whiteboard, Army Campaign Plan and organized unit activities.
May 1995 to July 2002, 40 hours per week, Property Disposal Specialist (R&M Instructor/Course Director), Position title: GS-1104-13, $66,430 per year, US Army Logistics Management College, ATTN: SLS MMD, Building 12500, 2401 Quarters Road, Fort Lee, VA 23801-1705
Supervisor: Ms. Paula McDonough,
Duties: I planned and directed the Defense Demilitarization Program Course (DDPC) as the Course Director. I am the author and developer for Web and CD-ROM versions of the Defense Demilitarization Program Course and the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Basic Operations Course. Prepare and present instruction to mid-level and senior-level managers in several modes to include CD-ROM, Web and classroom instruction. I manage the schedule and direct junior instructor in presentation and content of the DDPC Courses. Determine training requirements and maintain all course materials. Review, advise and make recommendations to the proponent and upper management on technical material, logistics and computer associated requirements. Interpret, analyze and recommend changes to Government Regulations and Directives. Liaison and consultant to proponents and field activities on technical logistics material to include reviewing, evaluating and interpreting technical data. Represent the college as both technical and authoritative expert in disposal and demilitarization related items. Programs, designs, direct and compose multimedia computer programs for instructional purposes, making final decisions on content, design and resources used. Designs and instructs Matrix support for several other courses. Calculate and forward funding requirements for the DDPC yearly and TDY funding requirements per each TDY. Computer consultant for the Department to troubleshoot hardware and software problems, and Webmaster for School of systems and Acquisition Management.
Oct 1994 â€“ May 1995, 40 hours per week, Property Disposal Specialist, GS-1104-11, $41,000 per year, Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS), 74 North Washington Street, Battle Creek, MI Supervisor: Various, I was assigned to various sections and a special projects officer. During this period I worked in Transportation, Demilitarization and Marketing Special Projects.
Apr; 1993 â€“ Oct 1994. 40 hours per week, Supervisory Property Disposal Specialist â€“ Chief GS-1104-09, $38.107 per year, Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO), U.S. Army Installation, Augsburg, Germany.
Supervisor: Mr. Matt Plath, DRMO Nuremberg, Germany.
Duties: I was Chief of the DRMO in Augsburg Germany. As the DRMO Chief, I had complete responsibility and control over all aspects of the disposal program in the southern portion of Germany for the United States Government. I planned, supervised, funded and accomplished seven self-help projects at the DRMO to include painting offices, break room and action hall, labeling and painting racking and floors in the 7 bay warehouses, installed and mounted outdoor signs for identification of property and developed and set a new demilitarization and environmental storage areas. I was the liaison between Defense Reutilization and Marketing Regional Office â€“ European Headquarters and field activities in the southern part of Germany. I controlled government property from more than 20 different activities spread within a three hour commuting area from Augsburg. I organized, monitored and controlled the closure of three military installations, Reese Caserne, AFRC Chiemsee and the University of Maryland Campus at Augsburg. I established training for U.S. Military units, DRMO customers and employees. I supervised 11 U.S. and Local National employees. Supervisory responsibilities included promotions, hiring, dismissing, counseling, performance appraisals, funding and day to day responsibilities and assignments of work. I set up and performed, announced and advertised Federal Auctions to the general public and I was the DRMS Headquarters representative for all command functions and disposal activity of US Federal Government owned property in southern Germany. I was trained and performed for the US Federal Government as Auctioneer on all auctions from Nuremburg Germany and its 5 satellite facilities.
June 1992 â€“ April 1993, 40 hours per week, Property Disposal Specialist, GS-1104-11, $33,942 per year, Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS), Federal Center, 74 North Washington Street, battle Creek, MI.
Supervisor: Mr. Robert Mrva.
Duties: I worked the Demilitarization Program at the Headquarters level. I composed and submitted recommended changes to the DRMS 4160.3 Volume 1, which directly affected the marketing, demilitarization and receiving functions at the DRMOâ€™s. I composed guidance for adoption into Defense Logistics Agency regulations pertaining to demil. I coordinated with other federal agencies to establish a demil challenge program at the Headquarters for the sake of monitoring document input and interrogations on the status of demil challenges and code assignments. I analyzed and abolished policies pertaining to the reporting of transportation funding for field activities and rewrote regulations pertaining to the same. I gather, sort, analyze and calculate estimated budget requirements for reutilization, donation and transfer transportation funding for field activities.
July 1989 â€“ June 1992, 40 hours per week, Supervisory Property Disposal Specialist, GS-1104-11, $32,423. per year, Defense Reutilization and marketing Office (DRMO) Molesworth, United Kingdom, Royal Air Force Base, Alconbury, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom.
Supervisor: Mr. Tom Wilgus, DRMO Chief, Molesworth U.K.
Duties: As Distribution Chief, I was supervisor of two branches of the DRMO, reutilization and sales, with 7 employees total. I increased sales, reutilization and Humanitarian Assistance participation to such an extent that I was recognized by the Regional Office in Germany and the Headquarters, in Battle Creek MI. I coordinated shipments, meetings and projects in the U.S. Congress and adopted under the Humanitarian Assistance Program, including 5.9 million dollars worth of fuels pipeline to the country of Brazil and 12.9 million dollars in portable hospital s and supplies. I was totally responsible for all aspects of the reutilization program to include 7 subprograms and the sales programs. Additionally, I inspected and set up Precious Metals Recovery Units throughout the United Kingdom for the recovery of silver. I wrote lesson plans and went to the various generating activities as far as Scotland to teach and promote all DRMO programs. I aided in the training of proper documentation for property turn in as well as reutilization and tracked shipments from with the UK and to other countries. I escorted and assisted customers through 5 warehouses, 2 scrap yards, a utility yard and a vehicle yard. I was promoted from Reutilization Specialist to Distribution Chief in July 1989.
Bachelors in Business Administration â€“ Central Pacific University â€“ 2001
Other Colleges attended:
Springfield Technical Community College
Northern Virginia Community College
Beaufort Technical community College
Coastal Carolina Community College
Kellogg community College
Florida Institute of Technology â€“ Webmaster Certification
Rockhurst University Continuing Education Center
Specialized Training: (Not included in above Education)
Physical Inventory Management Course
Introduction to Management in Logistics
Hazardous Property Disposal Course
Hazardous communications course
Hazardous Materials Waste Handling course
Introduction to Disposal
Defense Reutilization and Marketing Operations Course â€“ Basic
Defense Automated Inventory System Course
DRMS Advanced Course
National Sales Auctioneer Course
Manifest Tracking course
Faculty Development course
Defense Metals Identification and recovery Course
Doctrine Developers course
Contracting Officers Representative course
Army performance Improvement Criteria
7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Putting Customers First
Whatever it Takes
Introduction to Microcomputers
USMC Basic Administration School
Files, Publications and Directives
Corpsman2 and 3
Disbursing Clerk 2 and 3
Professor Friendly CAI
Presenting Statistics Using Charts and Graphs
Supervisors Class for Foreign Employers
United Kingdom Ministry of Defense Civilian Appraisal Techniques
DLA Supervisors Course
Managing and Understanding Human Behavior
Effective Briefing Techniques
Commodity Command Standard Systems Physical Inventory Management Course
Troubleshooting PC Hardware & Software Basic
Asymetrix Toolbook 1, 2 and Advanced
Highly Effective Criticism & Discipline Skills for Managers and Supervisors
How to be a Highly Successful Team Leader
Web Authoring and Publishing: Building Fill-in Forms
18 June 1970 â€“ 31 May 1971
United States Marine Corps, Honorable discharge, Vietnam Era Veteran
Other Service: USMC Delay Program 10 March â€“ 17 June 1970
Department of the Army, Commanderâ€™s Award for Civilian Service â€“ 2004 and 2006
Department of Defense, National Defense Medal â€“ 1971
International Whoâ€™s Who for Professionals â€“ 2003-04
Certificate of Appreciation â€“ Combined Federal Campaign â€“ 2004
13 Commanderâ€™s Coins from various organizations throughout the world
ALMC Honorary Staff and Faculty Award â€“ 2006
ALMC Retirement Certificate â€“ 2006
United States Flag and Certificate, Flag flown over US Capital Building Washington DC in my honor, Jan 19, 2006
ALMC Exceptional Evaluation Reports 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
ALMC Official Commendation Certificate 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Special Act Award 1999
Award from the People of Crara, Brazil â€“ 1991
Beneficial Suggestion Awards June 1989, Jan 1994, Jul 1994, Feb 1995, Aug 1997
Defense Reutilization and Marketing European Employee of the Year 1992
Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service World Employee of the Year 1992
Honor Graduate, DRMS Advance Course 1992
US Navy commendations 1980, 1981
Sustained Superior Performance Award 1991, 1992, 1994, 1997
Quality Salary Increase, 1980, 1982, 1986
On-the-Spot Award 1988
Licenses and Certifications:
DRMS National Sales Office Auctioneer Certification
Florida Institute of Technology â€“ Advanced Webmaster Certificate
National Association of Communication Systems Engineers NACSE NCW Certified Webmaster
Volunteer Junior Achievement Teacher 1996-1997 and 1997-1998 school years
Library Storybook Teller, Volunteer 1996
I certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, all of my statements are true, correct, and complete and made in good faith. Date: _______________________
Vivian E. Broughton