Eugene Lesinski

Eugene William Lesinski
247 Sycamore Circle
Upper Holland, PA 19053-7222
Phone: 609-238-0033

Work Experience:

Defense Contract Management Agency – Industrial Analysis Center – Philadelphia, PA
Industrial Engineer – September 2008 – February 2015

– Conducted studies and prepares technical reports regarding the materials, skills and manufacturing processes
requisite to the production of critical weapons systems. Analyzed the components of various systems and constructs
systematic analyses of the manufacturing technology and production management systems and contributors employed
in their manufacture. Recent technical reports included renewable energy technologies for portable and building
applications. Participated in a major should-cost review for a large US Air Force program.
– Established the relative degree to which the component manufacturing resources and processes are existent in other
commercial processes both nationally and internationally. Use computer modeling simulations, prepares staged
materials, cost and time projections reflecting the comparative requirements and performance levels for various
sources, methods and levels of manufacturing.
– Presented and supported findings and conclusions derived from manufacturing engineering studies to Office of the
Secretary of Defense, the Services, Defense Agencies, and DCMA at interagency meetings. Findings and conclusions
frequently involved controversial product acquisition assumptions and/or proposals relative to roles, responsibilities
and impact on the various DoD organizational components.
– Analyzed and prepared responses to congressional inquiries, GAO surveys and investigations and DoD IG reviews.
Developed graphics presentations and drafts scripts for briefings and speeches for use by DoD representatives at the
agency executive level and at congressional hearings.
– Generated briefings and lectures at business and industry conferences regarding DoD manufacturing requirements
and policies.
– Analyzed procedural and technical aspects of federal acquisition requirements in regard to manufacturing: i.e.
manufacturing process evaluations, pre-award, post-award reviews and assessments, Contractor Work Measurement
Systems, engineering related contract modification, industrial engineering surveillance, manufacturing technology
using advanced computer aided design and computer aided materials fabrication, and assembly techniques.

Defense Contract Management Agency – Boeing Philadelphia – Ridley Park, PA
Lead General Engineer – July 2001 – September 2008

– As the Engineering Team Leader for the Chinook Helicopter (H-47) program, I was the lead technical authority and
advisor for all engineering and manufacturing matters relating to the design, building and overhauling H-47 helicopters
– As the lead contracting officer’s technical representative (COTR), was responsible for the planning, coordinating,
facilitating, managing and leading all COTR-related activities of key personnel who provided core engineering and
contract administration support
– Responsible for coordination of all technical and contract management activities with other onsite government
personnel as well as with the contractor and the various H-47 program offices
– Was the Program Integrator (DCMA Program Manager) for the MH-47G Army Special Operations (SOCOM)
Chinook Helicopter Program (August 2007 to September 2008)
– Was the contracting officer’s technical representative (COTR) for the H-47 Helicopter Program and the Comanche
(RAH-66) Helicopter Program. Tracked and validated various Boeing Earned Value data input.
– Conducted various contract receipt and reviews to determine if the technical aspects of complex and critical weapon
system contracts to determine supportability by the onsite manufacturing processes. This included manufacturing
process proofing, capability and capacity analyses, product assurance and proper work identification and flowdown.
– Implemented and monitored various supplier risk management programs to ensure parts receipt were on schedule
and met all technical requirements.
– Responsible for the in-plant industrial engineering surveillance and quality assurance for contract and manufacturing
processes and conducted evaluation of contractor performance for the following weapon systems: H 47 Chinook, V-
22 Osprey and Comanche Helicopter systems.
– Analyzed the contractor’s manufacturing and production management systems regarding performance, technical
adequacy, compatibility with program objectives, and satisfaction of contractual requirements. Provided technical
advice and guidance to the contractor on emerging technologies that could enhance contractor productivity.
– Represented various customers (U.S. Army, Navy, Marines) in discussions on technical problems, manufacturing
problems and program status for assigned programs.
– Performed technical and economic analyzes pertaining to contract modifications, engineering change orders,
engineering change proposals (ECPs) and spare part provisioning (Technical Support for Negotiations (TSNs).
– Analyzed and generated reports for various industrial engineering (manufacturing) processes involving material,
labor start-up expenditures, labor skills, scrap and scrap labor, tooling, and other related technical inputs.
– Was the Program Integrator (DCMA Program Manager) for the MH-47G Army Special Operations (SOCOM)
Chinook Helicopter Program (August 2007 to September 2008).
– DCMA Boeing Philadelphia’s Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Systems Engineering.
– DCMA focal for the Department of Defense Unique Identification (UID) Program. Ensured that new UID scanning
technologies were addressed in the site’s various manufacturing technology processes and properly interfaces with the
site’s computer based fabrication and assembly systems (Boeing’s Manufacturing Execution System (MES)).
– Acted as the team lead for the UID multi-functional team that includes QA specialists, engineers, contract
administrators and industrial specialists.

Department of Energy (DOE) – Philadelphia Regional Office – Philadelphia, PA
General Engineer – June 1999 – July 2001

– Program Manager for the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) that assists federal facilities attain their
energy reduction goals through various DOE initiatives (SAVEnergy Audits, Utility Energy Savings
Contracts (UESCs), and Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs).
– Worked with various federal agencies to evaluate and incorporate various sustainability/green building options to
minimize energy use, as well as minimize various waste streams (reduced air pollution, reuse of waste water, reuse of
rain water, CFC reuse, etc.).
– Responsible for all contractual oversight for architecture and engineering contracts dealing with energy conservation
for various federal agencies.
– Was the contracting officer’s technical representative (COTR) for the Mid-Atlantic Region for the various DOE
energy conservation initiatives managed by the FEMP Program.
– Single technical point of contact for the Regional Office involving various energy efficiency and renewable energy
– Conducted various community partnership meetings to encourage energy efficiency and renewable energy programs.
– Program Manager for Global Warming Program and the Brownfields Initiative working in conjunction EPA Region
II and Region III.
– Coordinated with DOE Headquarters on various energy-related issues.

Rowan University – Facilities Department – Glassboro, NJ
Project Engineer – September 1997 – June 1999

– Total project responsibility for all new capital construction, public works construction projects, and
renovation/upgrade projects for the entire university (Life/Safety Code – Technical/Building Code/Contractual).
– Responsible for all contractual and technical oversight for architectural services, engineering services, and
construction and construction management services (Special emphasis on life/safety code issues).
– Managed and supervised In-house building and utility renovation work to ensure Building Code compliance and
technical compliance.
– Reviewed all design work to ensure life/safety and construction code compliance and project constructability.
– Working knowledge of various Model Building Codes (BOCA, ICC, NFPA, NEC, ANSI, Life/Safety Codes).
– Conducted various construction inspections and building/energy systems commissioning activities to ensure contract
and code compliance.
– Ensured that all construction adhered to current ADA, life safety and energy/environmental codes and regulations
– Conducted various design review, pre-construction and job progress meetings to address design, construction and
cost issues.
– Authorized all construction contract modifications and negotiated all contract change costs.
– Responsible for all construction management functions for capital projects (both union and non-union construction
contracts) and generated all capital construction and facility maintenance budgets for the University.
U.S. Army – Public Works Environmental Branch – Fort Monmouth, NJ
Environmental Protection Specialist – March 1994 – September 1997

– Served as the Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program Manager responsible for regulatory compliance, removal,
and site closure and remediation for approximately 300 underground storage tanks (USTs).
– Ensured that various life/safety issues regarding actual environmental remedial work and building occupants were
adhered to.
– Managed the Fort Monmouth Compost Site to include state permitting, storage, maintenance and distribution of final
end products.
– Responsible for all hazardous waste identification, removal, storage, disposal and construction relating to the various
environmental projects (contaminated soils, RCRA waste, CERCLA).
– Chaired Quarterly Environmental Advisory Board Meetings to present environmental updates via formal and
informal briefings and answer questions from various Base tenant commands and residents.
– Managed and oversaw a 4 person UST removal team to schedule various removal projects, supervise UST removals,
direct discharge remedial efforts (if required)and develop strategies to minimize tenant-command disruptions.
– Generated and made formal UST and RCRA presentations to Army-wide environmental conferences regarding
various environmental issues.
– Working knowledge of various New Jersey and federal environmental regulations particularly dealing with
CERCLA, RCRA and UST’s and applicable life/safety regulations.
– Participated in various public meetings with surrounding communities to present environmental impact and life-
safety information and answer community questions.
– Participated in several National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Phase I and Phase II environmental assessments.
– Working knowledge of various Federal environmental regulations to include Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act,
National Historic Preservation Act, Endangered Species Act, and other USC Title 42 regulations (CERCLA, RCRA,
– Working knowledge of various Federal executive orders to include EO 11990 (Protection of Wetlands), EO 11988
(Floodplain Management) and EO 12898 (Environmental Justice).
– Worked with various military commands regarding environmental compliance and answering Congressional
– Communicated extensively with various State and Federal environmental regulatory agencies dealing with report
generation, remedial action plans, and draft guidance documents for waste and cleanup strategies for agency approval.
– Conducted various environmental compliance audits and oversaw various hazardous waste storage and disposal
efforts and related life/safety issues.

U.S. Navy – PERA (SURFACE) Headquarters – Philadelphia, PA
Mechanical Engineer – February 1984 – March 1994

– As an Availability Planning Manager, was responsible for planning, scheduling, and execution of evolutions required
to repair, maintain, and renovate mechanical, electrical, and structural systems for various U.S. Navy surface
combatant ships (CG-47 Class, DDG 2 Class, DDG 37 Class ships).
– Supervised various inspection teams conducting various mechanical, electrical, and weapon system testing onboard
U.S. Navy ships, and identified and documented all required
repairs and/or equipment upgrades.
– Involved in integrating a large number of diverse planning and multi-department testing operations.
– Generated repair and alteration work specifications as a result of inspection/testing efforts.
– Repair and Alteration work packages were costed between $20,000,000 and $100,000,000.

U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command (Northern Division) – Philadelphia, PA
Mechanical Engineer – February 1982 – February 1984

– Conducted energy and utility surveys on buildings, HVAC systems, and utility systems and performed engineering
and economic analyses to generate energy conservation projects (U.S. Navy facilities).
– Ensured that life/safety potential impacts were analyzed and accounted for.
– Developed contract specifications and supervised the required renovations and new construction to implement these
energy conservation projects (U.S. Navy facilities).
– Responsible for total engineering effort from project conception to final construction/renovation of energy
conservation projects (U.S. Navy facilities).
– Acted as the Contractor Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR) for various contracted-out energy studies to
include total contract management to ensure cost effective, timely and technically accurate surveys.


Villanova University – Villanova, PA – Masters Degree in Civil Engineering (MCE)

Drexel University – Philadelphia, PA – Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)


American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) – Member
Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) – Member

Additional Information:

– Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in PA and NJ

– Certified Underground Storage Tank Subsurface Evaluator and Closure Person (NJ)

– 40 Hour Hazardous Material Incident Response Training

– Licensed Lead Paint Risk Assessor and Lead-Based Paint Inspector (New Jersey)

– Expertise in Microsoft Office Products (Word, EXCEL, PowerPoint and Access)

– Graduate of Department of Defense (DoD) Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP) – Class of 2004

– Member of the Defense Acquisition Corps

– Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III Certification in Program Management

– Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III Certification in Systems Planning,
Research, Development and Engineering (SPRDE – Systems Engineering)

– Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III Certification in Production, Quality and
Manufacturing (PQM)

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