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Occupation: Consultant Industry: Professional & Consulting Services
Country: United States City: North Potomac
State: Maryland ZIP: 20878



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Duaine C. G.

Esworthy Place

North Potomac, Maryland,

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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

More than years professional experience directing, managing and consulting in project design, development and implementation. Proven track record of managing the development of major new health initiatives DoDwide; plus recent international humanitarian and development programs in construction, livelihoods, agriculture, women’s health, literacy and education, girl’s leadership, income generation, local governance, and community development in insecure areas of Afghanistan to include Ghazni, Uruzgan, Zabul, and Kandahar provinces of Afghanistan.  Retired U.S. Army officer with combat experience, work in intelligence field with customary security clearance, and recent thirdcountry weapons and antiterrorism training.  Fully aware of security issues with ability to implement appropriate countermeasures.  Highly skilled in proposal writing, contract formation, negotiation, award, performance, and writing on security, base support, logistics, supply, personnel management, budget, and automation. Versatile, dependable and creative. 

EXPERIENCE Consultant, World Health Vision July – Present

After retiring from the Department of Defense, formed a consultancy business aiding U.S.based NGOs with proposal writing and business management.  The first effort with Future Generation brought me to Kabul in the fall of which provided the basis for future work in Afghanistan.  I successfully redesigned their grant program, to include the development of a grant writing team. Have since been active in proposals for work in conflict zones.  In Afghanistan I have conceived, designed, and implemented several programs and projects of varying sizes.  Adept in implementing projects under adverse condition, I handle all aspects of logistics, procurement, contracting, and staff management. 

  • Consultant, International Business Development, Olgoonik Logistics, LLC and Olgoonik Management Services, LLC January – Present
  • Capture Manager, business development service for Afghanistan, Pakistan, Indonesia, Middle East and South America.  Ad hoc trouble shooter assigned to resolve various company administrative and logistic issues. 

  • USAID Local Governance and Community Development Director, Future Generations Afghanistan December – January
  • Conceived, implemented, and directed a USAID project in Ghazni, Uruzgan and Zabul Provinces.  Managed staff of ,.  Responsible for all budget matters and managed all aspects of the project to strengthen local community ties with the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.  Assisted communities in development projects such as literacy, home health, youth and sports, income generation, and agriculture. 

  • Grants Writer for multiple organizations including IAPWorldwide, Parsons, and Future Generations April – November
  • Worked as part of proposal writing team on large infrastructure proposal in Afghanistan, a basesupport proposal in Djibouti, and a support contract for the U.S. Embassy in Iraq. I also wrote eleven successful proposals for a first year value of $. million.   

  • USAID RAMP GRAPE Project Chief of Party, Roots of Peace, March – April
  • Fully responsible for the implementation of the $ million USAID project to revitalize the grape industry in Afghanistan.  Startup activities were heavy in security, logistics and the purchasing of major project equipment. Worked closely with the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock.  Fielded extension workers in Kandahar’s vineyards and several areas in central Afghanistan.  My initial work was the seed for the successful operations that continues in Afghanistan to support the agriculture industry. 

  • Afghan Center – Kabul Country Director, February – October
  • Established the ARISE Vocational School in Karte Char, Kabul which included training in agriculture, literacy, home health, general education, rights awareness, and vocational skills. Established a women’s enterprise center.  Obtained multiple contracts with the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration PRM, UNICEF, Purdue University, German Technical Corporation GTz, International Rescue Committee IRC, and the International Labour Organization.  Worked with the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock, and the Ministry of Women’s Affairs.  Centers have been established in several provinces including Ghazni, Logar, Maiden Wardak, Faryab, Jawzjan, and Balkh.

    Director, Department of Defense Worldwide TRICARE Information Center, December –

    Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense Health Affairs, TRICARE Management Activity, Falls Church, Virginia

    From vision to implementation, created a worldclass communications multilocation callcenter team that in one year responded to more than . million calls from TRICARE the military health system beneficiaries. First adopter of an integrated Oracle Customer Relationship Management software solution. Coined “hot conferences,” a process that takes ownership of the caller’s problem until it is resolved. Set and monitored metrics. Motivated contractor employees through leadership and setting a vision to restore the promise of free health care to . million Medicare eligible Uniformed Services retirees. Also responsible for two high visibility demonstration programs created by Congress: the TRICARE Senior Supplement Demonstration and the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program Demonstration Projects. Responsible for $ million dollar budget and all aspects of procurement and contracting associated with the program. Interfaced with senior Office of Personnel Management staff. 

    Chief Information Officer, Military Health Systems – Operations, September –

    Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense Health Affairs, TRICARE Management Activity, Falls Church, Virginia

    Responsible for design and development of information systems to support demonstration programs, to include the procurement, contracting and monitoring of numerous contractors. Directed daytoday management and control of support systems. Executed the fast track development of all information systems to support the Congressionally mandated, joint DoD – Health and Human Services Medicare Subvention demonstration project. Served as copresident overseeing four Source Selection Evaluation Boards for a $. billion multitask, multiaward total lifecycle information system support procurement. Led businessprocess reengineering, using innovation to optimize operational efficiency through automation. Developed and executed short and long range resource plans and programs required for current and emergent demonstration/program support. Represented DoD on the Infrastructure Implementation Team to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act HIPAA – a major interagency data standardization and simplification initiative.

    Senior Health Program Manager, May – August

    Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense Health Affairs, Washington, D.C.

    Developed and managed DoDwide operational systems for medical case management, quality improvement and utilization management. Directed and managed infomatics within the Health Services Financing program; developed, evaluated and managed contracts for validation and entry into the Corporate Executive Information System; directed the design and build of a new, costsaving system to improve data quality, timeliness, online access, and multiple approaches to data use. Chaired multiple Source Selection Evaluation Boards procuring major multiaward total lifecycle information system support contracts.

    Senior Health Systems Manager, April – May

    Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense Health Affairs, Washington, D.C.

    Reengineered the CHAMPUS Peer Review Organization into the Military Health Services System. Organized contracts into six regional review centers, established program policy and performed all operational oversight functions, developed protocols to improve program operations systems to assess the quality, necessity and appropriateness of health care services and evaluated contract proposals and subsequently monitored for compliance. In two other efforts, over a sixmonth period, saved $. million in direct program costs. 

     

    EDUCATION

    U.S. Army Logistics Executive Development Course, Acquisition, Fort Lee, Virginia,

    U.S. Army Logistics Executive Development Course, Decision Sciences, Fort Lee, Virginia,

    U.S. Army Logistics Executive Development Course, Logistics, Fort Lee, Virginia,

    U.S. Army Medical Department Officer Advanced Course, Fort Sam Houston, Texas,

    U.S. Armed Forces Military Intelligence Course, Fort Detrick, Maryland,

    U.S. Army Medical Materiel Management Symposium, San Antonio, Texas,

    U.S. Army Medical Material Agency Course, Management of Defense Acquisition Contract

           Management Course and Army Depot Operations Management, Fort Detrick, Maryland,

    U.S. Army Medical Logistics Management Course, Fort Sam Houston, Texas,

    U.S. Army Medical Department Officer Basic Course, Fort Sam Houston, Texas,

    B.S., Business Administration, Moorhead State University, Moorhead, Minnesota,  

    MEMBERSHIPS

    Member, and past Commander & Judge Advocate, Veterans of Foreign War Post , Life Member

    Member and past President, Currier and Ives Dinnerware Collectors, Life Member

    Member, National Peace Corps Association

    Member, Retired Peace Corps Volunteers

    Member, American Legion Post

    Member, Vietnam Veterans of America, Life Member

    Member, The Military Officers Association, Life Member

    Past Member, Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents Board

    Past Member, National Association for Healthcare Quality

    Past Member, Upcounty Citizens Advisory Board, Montgomery County, Maryland 

    HONORS AND AWARDS

    Military Service Awards:

    Bronze Star Medal, Air Medal, Combat Medic Badge, and Vietnam Service Ribbon,

    Meritorious Service Medal,

    Joint Service Commendation Medal,

    Joint Service Achievement Medal,

    Army Commendation Medal,

    Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal,

    Chief Medical Service Corps Award of Excellence,


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