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Tiffany Blair

Data Analyst,Security Officer, Administrative Assistant, Access Control Security Specialist

Washington, DC


Eleven (11) years of law enforcement and administrative experience in the Federal Government and private sector. Possesses excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing. Experienced in interacting with all levels of personnel within an organization to ensure the company's overall goals and mission are fulfilled in an orderly and timely fashion. I’m a highly motivated and versatile, goal-oriented executive professional, with experience in customer service that can be utilized in a position of support in law enforcement and administrative. I interact well with others, while also working efficiently on my own. In addition, I have a strong work ethic and leadership skills.

Work Experience

Security Officer

Folger Shakespeare Library (Part- time)
Washington, DC

January 2014 to Present

• Quickly and effectively responded to critical emergencies, such as medical issues, bomb threats and fire alarms 
• Watches for criminal acts or potential threats to employees and property. Detect and report suspicious activities.  
• Monitors video surveillance. 
• Patrol facility and man post, serve as a general security presence and visible deterrent to crime and client rule infractions.  
• Upholds proper security procedures to ensure safety and security of all personnel, property and information.  
• Greets visitors and provided assistance with location and documentation information.

Data Analyst

US Resources/ FBI
Washington, DC

November 2011 to October 2014

 • Retrieved numerous briefing materials from multiple sensitive data systems for senior level executive staff. 
• Research and analyze existing policies, reports, files, guidelines, directives, laws, statutes, objectives, operations, and available resources. 
• Have comprehensive knowledge and experience with government regulations, policies, and limitations within their scope of responsibilities. 
•Assembled and prepared executive briefing binders and booklets according to established protocols.  
• Organized and reviewed sensitive briefing materials prior to dissemination and delivery for quality control purposes.  
• Analyze, examine, and edit briefing materials for accuracy. 
• Interpret, clarify, coordinate, implement, and recommend policies, procedures, instructions, and requirements for the organization. 
• Interpret, clarify, coordinate, implement, and recommend policies, procedures, instructions, and requirements for the organization. 
• Analyze policies and procedures to determine the effect of such regulations on current and future operations.   
• Revise methods for collecting data; develop and adopt new productivity measures. Attend meetings to review the organizations respective on functions, operational practices, organizational plans, policies, procedures, and prior evaluations.   
• Prepare reports that present findings, cite applicable policies, identify causative situations, and recommend corrective actions.  
• Evaluate, research, and prepare complete and concise responses to in- depth inquiries, reports, and other matters.  
• Assist in the development of manuals, guides, and information packages.  
• Have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, make presentations; and prepare complete, clear, and concise formal and informal reports, correspondence, briefings, charts, tables, and graphs that are distributed throughout the Bureau. 
•Operates high capacity, commercial grade duplicating equipment (Xerox, Kyocera, Konica Minolta)  
• Provide training to all new staff.  
• Ability to display an attention to detail for quality assurance, manage multiple tasks simultaneous, meet deadlines and adapt to changing requests as tasks evolve.  
• Ability to interact successfully with government clients and colleagues on a continuous basis.  
• Experience with Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook.  
• Analyze and filtered contents of high- level briefing materials for executives.  
• Prepare and deliver briefings and presentations to management.                                                        

Administrative Assistant/ Access Control Security Specialist

Washington, DC

January 2008 to December 2011

• Adeptly handle administrative matters including screening calls, managing calendars, planning meetings, composing documents, and organizing office for efficiency. 
• Perform filing, data management, drafting and editing short office memos.  
• Created and executed numerous projects using Excel and Power Point. 
• Support staff to provide periodic coverage for the front desk receptionist as directed.  
• Assist in fulfilling various administrative duties and communicate with the appropriate FBI staff member to order new office supplies.  
• Answer, screen and direct all incoming calls, visitors and correspondence for Unit Chief.  
• Reviews bi-weekly time sheets and enters data into company specified spreadsheet for timely processing. 
• Attends scheduled meetings and provide valued feedback.  
• Greet visitors and provided assistance with location and documentation information.  
• Take and relays messages. 
• Order and distribute office supplies. 
• Receive and distributes communications, collecting and mailing correspondence and copying information as needed. 
• Prepares monthly reports for review by officials. 
• Provides training to all new employees. 
• Supervises the employee’s daily duties and responsibilities.  
• Analyzed and coordinating requests for federal and contractor visitor access to FBI sites using established executive orders, federal regulations, guidelines, and procedures.  
• Analyzed FSS information entered by data entry personnel for quality control 
• Evaluated data in FBINET, JPAS and Scattered Castles to ensure information provided to Special Security Officers (SSO’s) is accurate and complete.  
• Coordinated with SSO’s when needed to clarify discrepancies 
• Analyzed FSS information entered by data entry personnel for quality control 
• Produces passport photos for employees. 
• Initiated requests to issue or replace security badges for cleared and non-cleared personnel. . 
• Experience with managing and monitoring FBI’s Public Key Infrastructure Network (PKI) software and hardware and maintaining a tracking database  
• Experience with maintaining oversight of Registration Authority and Local Registration Authority  
• Experience with developing PKI policies in accordance with DoD directives  
• Manage and monitor NGA’s Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Program in accordance with DoD. Manage and monitor all PKI-related software and hardware on PKI equipment (includes RA/LRA workstations) by maintaining a tracking database using approved configuration management techniques. Ensure all PKI workstations are currently IAVM compliant. This task includes the management and operation of the subordinate certificate authority and all associated components for PKI certificates and issuance/revocation of certificates. 
• Maintain oversight of Registration Authority/Local Registration Authority (RA/LRA) workstations to ensure registration activities are performed in accordance with the Certificate Practice Statement, (train RA/LRA’s on use of the CPS document, key recovery, and other auditable functions, as well as distributing PKI certificates to the workforce in accordance with NGA, IC, and DoD mandates. 
• Primary responsibility to issue all PKI certificates on all applicable networks (non-CAC tokens only) in accordance with DoD and IC Certificate Practice Statements or as mandated by DoD and IC.

Inventory, Shipping/ Receiving Specialist

Raytheon (Part- time)
Springfield, VA

October 2007 to January 2008

• Reviewed and conducted inventory in order to ensure property accountability in accordance with Government policies and procedures. 
• Prepared distribution and inspection reports. 
• Identify and combine certified supplier's invoices and documentation. 
• Updated records to include monthly status report in order to ensure all materials were accurately labeled for material identification. 
• Originated surveys promptly for Government equipment, supplies, and materials for property missing, damaged, or deteriorated. 
• Categorize daily shipping / receiving documents alphabetically to maintain recording for invoiced supplies. 
• Receive and distributes communications, collecting and mailing correspondence and copying information as needed.  
• Prepared reports required by regulatory agencies and arranged for audits of company accounts.  
• Managed the corporate finance tasks including all financial, management and statutory accounting and reporting.

Janitorial Services Provider

Lockheed Martin
Springfield, VA

September 2007 to January 2008

• As the team lead, managed 11 personnel in the up kept and sanitation of the facility.  
• Directed appropriate number of staff to assist in balancing workloads.  
• Provided complete floor care for a variety of surfaces.  
• Managed inventory of cleaning supplies and equipment.  
• Maintained the up-keep of the facility and its surrounding areas; vacuumed, dust, mop, swept, wash windows and walls.  
• Collect and Transport garbage to appropriate site.

Food Service Coordinator/ Supervisor

DC Public Schools
Washington, DC

April 2004 to September 2007

• Supervise subordinate personnel including: hiring, determining workload and delegating assignments, training monitoring and evaluating performance, and initiating corrective and disciplinary actions. Includes: hiring termination, training, scheduling, delegating, monitoring and reviewing work. Plan menus; determine amounts to be prepared and how leftovers should be utilized.  
• Ensure that there is an adequate supply of materials available. Order, receive, inspect, and store equipment, merchandise, commodities, materials, and supplies. 
• Inspect and maintain food quality, handling, and safety standards. Ensure compliance with applicable federal and state laws, regulations, and agency rules, standards and guidelines, etc. 
• Provide assistance and on-the-job training. Write or draft correspondence, reports, documents and other written materials. Cook, bake, and serve regular and special meals to clients and staff. 
• Clean, sterilize and disinfect areas and equipment.  
• Performed other tasks as assigned. applicable federal and state laws, regulations, and agency rules, standards and guidelines, etc.  
• Execute all stages of enterprise software, hardware and system implementations. Assessed business implications for each project phase and monitored progress to meet deadlines, standards and cost targets. 
• Managed budget for the organization to influence organization's financial profitability.

Administrative Assistant

American Red Cross (Part- time)
Falls Church, VA

September 2005 to December 2005

Performed routine clerical and administrative functions. 
• Drafted correspondence, scheduled appointments, and organizing and maintaining paper and electronic files. 
• Received calls and provided customer service to callers requiring emergency medical assistance. 
• Provided vital information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, written document, and electronic mail or in person. 
• Filed and reviewed important documents by systematic categorization. 
• Prepared agendas, arranged important meetings for upper level management. 
• Coordinated rescue crews and provided alternative routes to on-scene emergency personnel. 
• Maintained records of emergency medical service and prepared critical reports for review.

Administrative Assistant

Metropolitan Police Department
Washington, DC

June 2000 to August 2004

• Provided support to all staff and entities within the Metropolitan Police Department. 
• Maintained records, prepared daily, weekly, and monthly reports using various office automation systems.  
• Formulated and maintained office files in accordance with official records management directives.  
• Periodically reviewed files for currency and arrange for the retirement and destruction of material no longer required for current operations.  
• Planned, directed, and coordinated supportive services such as recordkeeping, mail distribution and telephone operations.  
• Managed and maintained central data base for electronic documents.  
• Handled information requests, prepared correspondence, received visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings.  
• Maintain supplies by checking stock to determine inventory levels; anticipating requirements placing and expediting orders, verifying receipt, stocking items and delivering supplies to work stations.


High School Diploma in General Studies

Spingarn Stay -
Washington, DC

2000 to 2003

Information Technology

Career Technical Institute -
Washington, DC



Operating knowledge of high capacity, commercial grade duplicating equipment (Xerox, Kyocera, Konica Minolta), Information Assurance Vulnerability Management (IAVM), Business Management, Project Management, Financial Management, Enterprise Information and Mission Assurance (EIMA) Retina, Software, Java, Photoshop, Project, Microsoft Office (Microsoft Office Suite, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) Outlook, SharePoint, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), varies Government Databases, Internet.


TOP SECRET/SCI with CI Polygraph

Registered RA Authority (PKI)

November 2008

DCJS Security Registration

DCJS Armed Registration Endorsement

Information Security Governance and Risk (CISSP) Management

Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professionals

A+ Essentials (Certificate)