Kevin Bates

  

Senior Project Manager, Planned Systems International, Inc

Location: Columbia, MD


Certifications

Certified Scrum Product Owner
Certified ScrumMaster

Biography

Kevin S. Bates

Certified Project Management Professional with over twenty years of results-driven, hands-on technical and leadership experience, including executive management, program management, project management, proposal management, business development, requirements analysis, systems engineering/architecture, system/software integration and testing, and full lifecycle software and hardware development within the government and commercial sectors for domestic and international clients.

Specialties:

1) Project Management Professional (PMP) – PMI '04
2) Project Management Certified Professional (PMCP) – LTI '05
3) Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) v2 – APMG '07
4) Certified Professional in Healthcare IMS (CPHIMS) – HIMSS '09
5) Project Life Cycle Manager (PLCM) – LTI '10
6) ITIL v3 – APMG '11
7) Certified Scrum Master (CSM) – Scrum Alliance '11
8) Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) – Scrum Alliance '11

Work experience

Planned System International, Inc., Senior Program Manager
May 2009 - Present, Columbia, MD, United States
From FY11 to Present: Provides the Air Force Surgeon Genmeral's (AFSG) Office of the Chief information Office (OCIO) with Electronic Health Record (EHR) Subject Matter Expertise (SME) pertaining to enterprise architecture, program management, portfolio management, reporting, acquisition lifecycle, requirements elicitation, product development, business process re-engineering, clinical workflow, systems integration and utilization, product deployment, and user training to support the Tricare Management Activity’s (TMA) AHLTA family-of-systems From FY10 to Present: Plans, executes, and controls program activities to effectively manage scope, schedule, staff, funding, risk, and quality for multiple DoD customers throughout all project lifecycle phase via the efficient management of software design, development, integration, testing, and sustainment tasks to support multiple healthcare enterprise systems and applications. From FY09 to Present: Leads organizational business development initiatives by identifying and fostering partner relations with socio-economically disadvantaged small business executive managers by orchestrating strategic alliances and teaming agreements through an established Mentor Protégé program that enables senior leadership to work closely and diligently with partner companies to appropriately leverage inherent and complimenting characteristics, while ensuring that their potential will not only be reached, but realized. In FY09/FY10: Developed, defined, and refined the “DoD Biometrics Roadmap” that illustrated the plans and procedures necessary to effectively and efficiently manage the requirements identification and acquisition processes for the Biometrics Identity Management Agency’s (BIMA) Biometrics Integration Analysis Initiative (BIAI) DoD Biometrics Universe.

Fulcrum Alliance, Vice President/COO
August 2003 - Present, Ashburn, VA, United States
In FY08 & FY09: Managed, monitored, and controlled the software development lifecycle initiatives for the Defense Health Information Management System’s (DHIMS) Wounded Warrior line-of-action (LOA) product portfolio (e.g., LCS Cache Upgrade, NCAT, TBI/BH, MEB, etc.). In FY07 & FY08: Provided project management, business analysis, and systems engineering support for the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) Dental module (a.k.a. Block 2), Optical module (a.k.a. SRTS II), and multiple Wounded Warrior initiatives. In FY06 & FY07: Provided a full range of engineering management support and services to the IRS that included the conceptual design and descriptions of essential JOC infrastructure components to deliver and sustain near real-time data collection and analysis of the 24/7 operations of a highly available, reliable, and easy to maintain solution for more than 200 IRS field compliance officers and revenue agents. In FY05 & FY06: Managed the software development of a custom application for Sprint to ensure that key stakeholders and users can support and are in compliance with the FCC’s Report and Order (FCC 04-135) mandate for the reallocation of the broadband spectrum. In FY05: Provided Nextel’s Fixed Network Equipment (FNE) organization with a Capability Maturity Model (CMM) process improvement roadmap by completing a gap analysis involving an assessment and evaluation of the current business practices and processes. In FY04 & FY05: Correlated the National Science Foundation’s annual organizational growth strategic planning expectations to existing infrastructure network availability and identified how cable and port management best practices could be employed with existing port capacity to support projected annual organization growth.

Irving Burton Associates (IBA) - DHIMS , Product Manager - Electronic Health Record (EHR)
June 2008 - April 2009, Falls Church, VA, United States
Managed, monitored, and controlled the software development lifecycle initiatives for the Defense Health Information Management System’s (DHIMS) Wounded Warrior line-of-action (LOA) product portfolio (e.g., LCS Cache Upgrade, NCAT, TBI/BH, MEB, etc.). Provided project management, business analysis, and systems engineering support for the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) Dental module (a.k.a. Block 2), Optical module (a.k.a. SRTS II), and multiple Wounded Warrior initiatives.

Irving Burton Associates (IBA) - CITPO , Product Line Manager - Electonic Health Record (EHR)
February 2007 - June 2008, Falls Church, VA, United States
Lead the integration and delivery of the first enterprise-wide system to combine medical and dental information into a consolidated Electronic Health Record (EHR) for the Army, Navy, and Air Force. Provided project management, business analysis, and systems engineering support for the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) Dental module (a.k.a. Block 2), Optical module (a.k.a. SRTS II), and multiple Wounded Warrior initiatives.