FSCMO

Collaborate. Then Innovate.

The FSCMO is a collaboration of supply chain management professionals working to make cost effective, just-in-time regulatory compliance standard operating procedure for all government contractors operating federal business systems.

FSCMO Membership

FSCMO Members are current or potential employees of organizations that provide supplies and/or services to u.s. government end users under federally funded prime contracts.

  • Training:  FSCMO offers extensive online training opportunities in various aspects of federal supply chain management.
  • Certifications:  FSCMO certifications identify procurement professionals as both knowledgeable in the certification subject matter and adept at the skills required to put that knowledge into practice.
  • Advisory Council:  The FSCMO Advisory Council is made up of senior federal supply chain management professionals dedicated to the efficient oversight of highly regulated internal business systems.
  • Working Groups:  FSCMO Working Groups are dedicated to revolutionizing federal supply chain management from the inside out by validating, standardizing, and cataloging compliant business system efficiencies for implementation across the industry. 
  • Online Resources:  Dynamic repositories of resources from ebooks to blogs and articles by recognized industry experts.
  • Events:  The FSCMO hosts various live and online social and training events that provide members with opportunities to learn, network, and have fun!

Membership Benefits

Virtual association devoted to the knowledge and skills based development of professionals that administer, manage, or otherwise oversee supply chains under prime and subcontracts agencies.

Become Certified

FSCMO certifications designate members as qualified to administer and oversee crucial aspects of federal business system performance in accordance with applicable regulatory requirements.

  • FSCMO Certifications provide contracting professionals with the specific cognitive and task-based skill sets required for the administration, maintenance – and even construction – of federal business systems
  • FSCMO Certifications are developed by industry-recognized SMEs with experience gained through primary participation over hundreds of US Government reviews and audits
  • FSCMO Certifications are routinely updated to address current US Government approaches to federal business system reviews and audits; these updates are based on both official and unannounced adjustments to review and audit approaches implemented by agencies such as DCAA and DCMA

Online Training

FSCMO Training provides members with the cognitive tools required to quickly identify federal supply chain management issues and effectively implement compliant solutions.

Stand Alone Training Modules (SATMs) introduce members to various topics and subject matter areas related to efficient and effective federal business system administration.

Category Master programs provide members with intense training, skills-based testing on, and certifications in specific subject areas directly related to federal business system administration.

FSCMO Certifications qualify members to administer crucial aspects of federal business system performance in accordance with applicable regulatory requirements.

Category Master

The FSCMO Category Master Program designates qualified FSCMPs as knowledgeable and proficient in the subject matter-related tasks that support adequate federal business system operation.

Choose a Category to Master

Certification

FSCMO Certifications provide FSCMPs with the specific cognitive and task-based skill sets required for the administration, maintenance – and even construction – of federal business systems.

Category Master

The FSCMO Category Master Program designates qualified FSCMPs as knowledgeable and proficient in the subject matter-related tasks that support adequate federal business system operation.

Online trainings

FSCMO Stand-Alone Training Modules (SATMs) address specific skills and approaches required to execute tasks that directly support compliant federal business system operation.

Advisory Council

FSCMO Advisory Council (AC) is made up of leaders in the field of federal supply chain management and innovators in the effective and efficient maintenance of federal business systems..

Senior Vice President, Public Sector

Stephen Yuter

Stephen J. Yuter is currently the Senior Vice President, Public Sector with global PR firm, FleishmanHillard, and oversees contracts management, pricing, compliance, and growth strategy.

Mark Hijar

Founder

Mark Hijar

Over the course of his career ProcureLinx founder Mark Hijar has become an expert in cutting-edge approaches to supply chain management and federal procurement compliance. Mr.

Sr. Director of Procurement

Kristi Rodriguez

Procurement leader with 25+ years of experience in material and subcontract labor procurement and related business functions including small business advocacy, shipping & receiving, inventory management, corporate travel, and procurement card administration in support of government contractors of various sizes.

Director, Corporate Procurement Compliance

Christopher Agrusti

Christopher has over 25 years of experience in procurement, 20 of which have been focused on procurement in support of federal and defense related government prime contracts.  All aspects of procurement compliance, especially CPSR preparation and readiness, are Christopher’s focus areas. 

Director of Contracts and Procurement

Janine M. Good

A Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM) and Certified Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM) with over 20 years of experience in Contract and Procurement Management with various Federal, State and Local government agencies such as NASA, NOAA, GSA (General Services Administration), etc. in the field of scientific, engineering, and IT support services.

Subcontracts Principal

Craig H. Faunce

It was just two short decades ago that I rather serendipitously entered into the wild, wonderful world of Federal procurement and supply chain management. If I had not fallen off my bicycle and broken a collarbone while working as a bike messenger in D.C., who knows where I would be today! So, to suggest that my current career path is at all entirely intentional would be disingenuous at best.

Intel Federal Procurement

George Duthie

George Duthie has nearly 40 years of experience in commercial manufacturing and government contracting supply chain management.  While holding Director positions for Supply Chain Management and Procurement organizations, he has been instrumental in guiding organizations successfully through ISO 9000 audits and CPSR reviews.

Kim Fitzgerald

Senior Subcontracts Manager/Department Head

Kim Fitzgerald

Amanda Tyson

Director of Contracts

Amanda Tyson

Vice President for Procurement

Diana Smith

Council member since

Ms. Smith is a federal contracting professional with more than 20 years of contracts and subcontracts experience. She is familiar with FAR and DFARs, as well as carious contract types (FFP, T&M, CPFF, CPAF, etc.).

President and CEO

Kelvin Jeter

Kelvin Jeter, Jr.

Commodity Manager

Andrew Irvine MEng MBA

Federal Solutions Procurement Director

Michael Shingledecker

Council member since

Michael Shingledecker has over 25 years of experience in contracts, procurement, logistics, and warehousing across a broad range of industries in both commercial and government contracting. This includes developing policies and business systems as well hands-on operational experience.

Executive Director, Government Contract Compliance

Lisa Mathews

Council member since

 

John Posey

Subcontracts Compliance Manager

John Posey

Ashley Harden

Subcontract Management

Ashley Harden

Ashley Harden is currently a Subcontract Manager for Accenture Federal Services, Inc. She has nearly 15 year years in contracts, procurement, and project management in both commercial and government contracting.

Jennifer George

Quality Control and Compliance Manager

Jennifer George

Events and News

Virtual association devoted to the knowledge and skills based development of professionals that administer, manage, or otherwise oversee supply chains under prime and subcontracts agencies.