GCC Technologies, VP of Program Operations
February 2014 - Present, Oakland, MD, US
Providing senior management support to several Department of Education support contracts. Mr. Nagle manages multiple concurrent contracts. Mr. Nagle is providing project management oversight and ensuring project contract leads have proper direction and guidance to subordinates; and ensuring adherence to scope, maintaining contract relationships and assisting with the development of work breakdown structures (WBS) and schedules. He oversees and develops resource-loaded schedules, formulates work plans, manages and controls task orders (TOs) funds and resources, and serves as point of contact for all contract efforts. He also provides acquisition support for the government’s acquisition of systems integrators and system operation and maintenance services for programs valued over $1B. Provide oversight, mentoring and training of staff. He also supports all business development efforts for proposal submissions. Mr. Nagle is the direct interface with senior government and C-Level corporate staff. He provides communication briefings on the status of work, performance measures, mitigation of risks and resolution of issues and mitigation of risks.
Simtec Global, LLC, VP Program Operations
November 2010 - January 2014, Annapolis, MD, US
Mr. Nagle led Simtec’s efforts as a subcontractor to History Associates Inc. (HAI) supporting the development of a DOD-IT compliant SQL ‘hardened’ database for the National Military Medical Museum located at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. Additionally, Mr. Nagle provided the management of the technical solution for the asset cataloging. The museum assets were in four disparate locations that could not be networked and therefore Mr. Nagle was responsible for the implementation of 4 standalone networks of the asset tracking system and ensuring that the data from these disparate locations were synchronized. Each network was independently located at each required museum site. The standalone network utilized wireless communications linking bar code scanners and laptop computers that were required for the data entry of the assets. Bar code scanners would be synchronized with the asset tracking system and the information uploaded transferring data to the independent SQL database at each of the three sites. Each instance of the database was loaded onto a ‘hardened’ portable hard drive and transported to and synchronized with the entire asset tracking data. The updated database would be loaded back onto the portable hard drive and then loaded onto each site’s server and the process would begin again. The implantation required a phased roll out of each asset tracking system as each location became available. Mr. Nagle developed a move plan for each museum location. During this effort, Mr. Nagle provided status updates to HAI and interfaced directly with senior level staff as well as providing oversight to the Simtec staff. Mr. Nagle provided invoicing, profit and loss calculations, and all hiring.
VisionIT, Sr. Project Manager
April 2013 - August 2013, Tyson's Corner, VA
Contract work as a Sr. Project Manager for Freddie Mac providing oversight for the Single Family Legacy Remediation/Infrastructure Stability Program Office for Visual Basic and Gupta SQL applications. Working directly with the Single Family Servicing Director providing acquisition and solicitation planning and execution support for the IT Infrastructure Projects from start (developing the business case) to finish (project close-out). Overseeing matrix team within Freddie Mac achieving project objectives and requirements. Provide quantitative, analytic, and project management skills such as source selection evaluations, budget analysis, schedule analysis and other performance measures. Manage the seamless integration of complex infrastructure (storage, network, server, data center) implementation of remediated applications throughout their development, operations and maintenance lifecycle. Manage the acquisition, source selection, scope, performance, schedule, budget, quality, risks and issues, impact on the remediated applications such as FAPS, PortStrat and Note Tracking. Coordinates communication between Freddie Mac organizations such as Architecture, Factory, Multi-Family, Single Family Selling, Single Family Servicing, Procurement and Vendor Resource Management and interested vendors. Regularly engage in senior level communications such as briefings, demonstrations and status reporting. Wrote the Request for Proposal for the remediation of VB and Gupta SQL applications; coordinated subject matter experts for demonstrating of applications to the interested vendors; reviewed proposals; established the source selection team; developed the evaluation criteria; consolidated scoring of source selection evaluations; and, wrote the evaluation report for Procurement to justify the award of the contract.
ACENTIA, Program Manager
May 2012 - January 2013, Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Contract Account Manager for the National Archives and Records Administration and was proposed on several federal requests as the program manager. Provided proposal development and production support that includes word processing, graphics, formatting, styles, version control, editing, proofing, and final product to client. Participated in key meetings (e.g., bid/no bid meeting, kickoff/strategy meetings, color reviews). Facilitated communications among proposal team (including key subcontractors). Assisted in the development of the proposal schedule, in coordination with proposal team, and track proposal progress to ensure on-time delivery. Worked closely with the Pricing Manager to ensure consistency with Technical and Pricing proposals. Developed the program management sections of writing for the non-technical sections of proposals, including Corporate Qualifications, Past Performance, Management, Executive Summary, and other non-technical sections. Edited and rewrote text as needed - leveraged existing boilerplate text where appropriate. Worked with Solutions Engineer to maintain relevant, high-quality boilerplate text for use in future proposals. Developed Win Themes, win strategies. Identified key personnel resources and skills matrix.
Torres AES, Director Business Transformation
November 2007 - February 2012, Falls Church, VA, United States
Responsible for the development of the ISO 9000/9001 documentation and training efforts for corporate evaluation and certification. Provide subject matter expertise for all Information Technology related business at the corporate level, business engagements and proposal development.
Direct oversight of the Business Transformation Directorate as well as the Contract Account Manager supporting the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Modernization and Innovat