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William Carroll Beard

Carroll Beard has over 30 years experience working in DOD installation maintenance and management. As a senior manager, he has more than 20 years direct experience and has been responsible for all aspects of installation project planning, project management, environmental issues, endangered species issues, personnel management, budgeting, training, contract negotiations and source selection, Job Order Contracting and contractor performance monitoring. Mr. Beard, having served, as the Deputy Director of Public Works at a major Army installation, is thoroughly familiar with DOD and Army policies and procedures related to facility support services contracting. When serving as a civilian employee of the Government, Mr. Beard was sought out as a quest lecturer in the DPW Management Course to present his highly regarded DPW engineering management overview. He has made this presentation as part of the Facility Engineering Management Course and the Army Installation Management course, as well as for the Army Management Staff College and The Army War College. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from North Carolina State University and he is a registered professional engineer in the state of North Carolina.

Susan N. Blanch

Sue Blanch has over 24 years experience as a Department of Defense employee, with over 22 years as a member of the Air Force Professional Acquisition Corp. She held positions as a Procurement Analyst; Contract Administrator; Quality Assurance Evaluator Program Coordinator (QAEPC); Construction and Services Fight Chief; and Chief of Contract Airlift Management Office. She was responsible for all aspects of procurement from cradle to grave both on a technician level and in a supervisory role. She has augmented source selection boards and headquarters' inspector general teams for A-76 studies in transportation; custodial; housing maintenance and grounds keeping service contracts. She has vast experience in developing performance-based work statements and quality assurance surveillance plans while functioning as a QAEPC and was involved in the rewrite of AFI 64-108 and 63-124. She trained QAE࡮d all related functional personnel for 7 years in all aspects of contracting; QAE functions and related duties; as well as writing Statements of Work; Performance Work Statements and Quality Assurance Surveillance Plans. She has a BA degree from the University of Iowa; and has completed Air Force Professional Contracting development training attaining a DAWIA Level III Certification functioning as a Contracting Officer for over 18 years.

Raymond Camardella, Jr.

Ray Camardella has more than 16 years experience in providing services in the construction and facility support services contracting industry. For four years, he was the primary instructor for the Army's Job Order Contracting Basic course. He is the developer and primary instructor for the JOC cost estimating course. He has gained an in-depth knowledge of the JOC process through his teaching experience and many proposal preparation efforts, by serving as a JOC contractor's deputy for 15 months, and by directing the phase-in for another JOC contractor over a seven-month period. During the last four years, he has provided consulting services for preparing technical and price proposals, project cost modeling, specification and unit price book analysis, risk assessment, labor market cost and availability determinations, project start-up and phase-in, estimating and contract pricing, subcontractor and supplier selection, contract deliverable submissions, contract management, staffing level determinations and selection, negotiations, and personnel training. For four years, Mr. Camardella served as the work control manager for a major government services contractor providing Base Operating Support at the Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, WA. At Kodiak, AK, Mr. Camardella served for four years as the Facility Coordinator and two years as the Facilities Director for the Kodiak Island Borough. Mr. Camardella has a BSEE from the University of Washington, and he is a graduate of the Navy Nuclear Power and Submarine School.

Darlene J. Ferris

Darlene Ferris has over 30 years experience as an employee of the Department of Defense (DOD). She held positions as a Budget Analyst, Procurement Analyst, warranted Contracting Officer and was a member of the DOD Professional Acquisition Corp for over 20 years. As a DAWIA Certified Level II Contracting Officer, she was responsible for procuring and administering multimillion-dollar fixed-priced award fee service contracts for Base Operating and Maintenance Support contracts, Military Family Housing Maintenance contracts as well as construction, architectural/engineering and supply contracts. She was augmented to serve on source selection boards and headquarters' inspector general teams for operations and maintenance and base operating support. service contracts. She has vast experience in developing performance-based work statements and quality assurance surveillance plans. She possesses a comprehensive knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations, procurement statues, contract case law and directives pertinent to government contracting and surveillance procedures. She has performed duties as a Senior Procurement Analyst, developed, implemented and presented training programs for Operation and Maintenance Service Contracts and was a Quality Assurance Program Coordinator for the Pacific Air Force Command. Ms Ferris has presented seminars pertaining to government contracting, quality assurance and contractor quality control to audiences ranging from entry-level positions to executive managers and senior military managers. She is a proven articulate presenter and written communicator. Ms Ferris attended Hawaii Pacific University and completed government-contracting courses at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Community College of the Air Force, the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Army Logistics Management College.

Martha Jane Kalk

Jane Kalk is an expert in Facility Support Services Contracting. For the last eight years, she has provided consulting services to numerous government services contractors seeking award of support services contracts. In this capacity, Jane has beocme thoroughly familiar with the various Department of Defense approaches to Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76 cost studies and public-private competitions. Jane has taught the Job Order Contracting (JOC) Basic course numerous times for various Army Directorate of Public Works offices and she has provided training for Project Managers, Estimators, and Administrative Assistants in the use of various software packages that support facility support services contracts. She has directed the phase-in of more than seven JOC and SABER projects for various government services contractors. For seven months, Jane provided construction supervision services for a major SABER contractor for the US Air Force. As a project manager for five years with a building contractor, she was responsible for a wide variety of construction projects and tasks, including responsibility for contracting and subcontractor coordination and payment. For one year, she managed various projects for retail, office, multi-family, and land development. In this position, she was responsible for financing, special use permits, utility permits, and coordination of architects, engineers, zoning issues, contractors, and city inspectors. Jane has a BS in Math from North Texas State University.

James E. Hutcheson

Ed Hutcheson has over fifteen years experience in the preparation and delivery of training courses for Department of Defense personnel. In the past ten years, he has delivered over 100 courses under twenty different contracts with the Corps of Engineers and various Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force Installations. He developed our Air Force Housing PBSA and Quality Assurance courses, our Performance Based Services Acquisition courses and he is our primary instructor. He also teaches COTR and related courses in cost estimating, scheduling, and project management. As a Project Officer in the Navy, Ed gained considerable experience and renown for his innovations in contract administration and in the development of specification writing guidance. Prior to founding MSCA, Ed wrote a text on specification writing which is the basis for a five-day course on work statement development. While in the Navy, he served as an Engineering Officer, Planning Officer, and as the Deputy Supervisor of a major contracting office; he has over five years experience as a COTR and supervisor of COTRs. He has a BS degree from the United States Naval Academy and an MS degree in Operations Research.