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I bring a strong results-oriented approach to everything I do: Just because "the way we've always done it" is known, doesn't mean it's the most effective, efficient, or even legally compliant. After understanding a program's objectives, I look to the status quo to determine whether it's the most suitable method of achieving those results; and, if not, I work with program staff to fix it.
I have current PMP and COR certifications, through which I fully understand (respectively) the project lifecycle and US Government procurement regulations, two things that frequently interact. I design and provide staff training on these subjects, and guide staff one-on-one as needed. I also firmly believe that a good project manager can't live behind a desk, and I make every effort (as time and budget allow) to see programs in the field, and provide the same advice and assistance to our implementers.
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