William P. Hardy
4205 Minstrell Lane
Fairfax, Virginia 22033
25 years of experience in engineering, program management, and proposal capture management for both government and private sector organizations. Most recent experience involved new business capture work and management of a large building and logistics support contract at NASA Headquarters and a facilities operations and maintenance contract at NASA GSFC. Previous experience included managing logistics and training support services contracts for major Army and Navy weapon system acquisition programs. Background also includes three years experience in human resources management, engineering support in the areas of facilities engineering design, geodetic surveying and structural support analysis.
Lifetime of casual woodworking experience, with serious endeavors over the past 20 years concentrating in specific areas of woodturning and freeform bandsaw boxes. Experience includes exhibiting and selling hand crafted items at major arts and crafts fairs on a regular basis since 1986, and teaching two woodturning courses (basic and intermediate) three to four times a year since 1992.
M.B.A., The Darden School, University of Virginia, 1971
B.S., Civil Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1963
Engineering Mechanics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1964
Recruiting Techniques, AT&T Longlines, 1972
Bowl Turning Seminar with Liam ONeil, 1986
Woodturning Seminar with David Elsworth, Bonnie Kline and John Jordon, 1993
National AAW Woodturning Symposium, 1996
National AAW Woodturning Symposium, 1998
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (Vocation)
NCI INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC. May 1994 Present
Operations Director (January 1997 present)
Provides large facilities services contract oversight. Coordinates for new business acquisition as Capture Manager directing marketing and proposal development activities for identified new business targets. Supports the Division Manager in the development of budgets and the analysis and management of division business on an ongoing basis.
Program Manager (May 1994 January 1997)
Managed technical development of successful proposal, directed phase-in efforts and managed on-going contract as on-site Program Manager of more than 80 professionals and two major subcontractors in providing administrative, library, logistics, and facilities support services to NASA Headquarters.
E. L. HAMM & ASSOCIATES, INC. 1989 1994
Program Manager, NASA Headquarters (1990 - 1994)
Served as Phase-In Manager and on-site Program Manager for 60 person facilities support contract with NASA Headquarters
Program Manager, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (1989 1990)
Served as Phase-In manager and on-site start-up Program Manager of major 100 person operations and maintenance support contract at Goddard Space Flight Center. .
GP TAURIO, INC. 1986 - 1989
Managed two divisions of approximately 65 personnel in six locations providing training support services for major Navy weapon system acquisition programs.
DIVERSIFIED DATA CORPORATION 1985 - 1986
Business Unit Director
Managed half of the company's contracts by directly supervising the efforts of Program Managers of Army Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) contracts.
DATA-DESIGN LABORATORIES 1974 - 1985
Department Manager (1983 1985)
Responsible for an operations department consisting of five branches in four locations.
Program Manager (1981 1983)
Responsible for management of a $3M contract with the Navy, NAVSEA PMS 396
Technical Director (1976 1981)
Directed operations of facility that provided a variety of technical training products and services.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (Avocation)
FAIRFAX COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION 1992 Present
Each quarter in the school year I teach a Beginner Woodturning Course (5 weeks) followed by an Intermediate Woodturning Course (6 weeks). Each course meets one night a week for 3 hours. Projects include three-legged stool for Beginner Course, and green wood bowl, platter and lidded box for the Intermediate Course. Student evaluations have been consistently "excellent."
WOODCRAFT - Springfield, Virginia 1997 - Present
I teach an Introduction the the Lathe course and a Bowl Turning course on an as needed basis.
TURNSTYLES 1985 Present
Owner and Woodworker
Self employed woodworker concentrating in woodturning and bandsaw work. I make a wide variety of turned items including: bowls, platters, lazy susans, boxes, pens, needle cases, letter openers, mirrors, etc. Bandsaw work consists of free form, multi-drawer jewelry boxes. All items are made from a variety of exotic and native hardwoods. I have been selling my items in Arts and Crafts shows since 1986. Shows include: Sugarloaf Mountain Works Show in Manassas, Va., MPAC shows at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Va., YMCA Arts and Crafts Fair at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va., Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival at the Howard County Fairgrounds, Fairfax Fall Festival in Fairfax, Va., Clifton Fall Festival in Clifton, Va., Occoquan Craft Fair in Occoquan, Va. and several local county, high school and church fairs.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF WOODTURNERS (AAW)
CAPITAL AREA WOODTURNERS (CAW)
I have been a member of these two woodturning organizations since their inception in the mid-1980s. I have been the Vice President of the local CAW for 1997 and 1998, have demonstrated platter and box turning at chapter meetings, and have participated in a program panel discussion on marketing turned items.