|Edward Horton||Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)||301-713-0836|
|Andrea Pawley||Chief of Staff||301-713-0354|
|Lawanda Fisher||Administrative Assistant||301-713-0836|
The OCAO Business Analysis and Investment Planning Staff (BAIPS) is an interdisciplinary team within OCAO that serves NOAA’s mission through integrated and collaborative planning processes, using comprehensive data analysis to validate future projects and initiatives; advises NOAA internal customers based upon sound quantitative and qualitative analysis, leveraging the resources of its interdisciplinary team; reaches across OCAO, NOAA, Department of Commerce, and Federal community boundaries to facilitate alignment of NOAAs initiatives with the evolving goals and policies of the Federal government through information sharing; and, maximizes the opportunity for OCAO initiatives to receive funding by influencing decision making processes, through strategic communication and relationship building.
|Lance Feiner||Director, Business Analysis and Investment Planning Staff||301-713-1600|
|Michael DeBolt||Senior Financial Analyst||301-713-0850 x 157|
|Nathalie Tisseaux||Architect, Senior Capital Investment Analyst||301-713-4586|
|Amanda Basuel||Senior Budget Analyst||301-713-0850 x 173|
|Joel Yoffee||Senior Financial Analyst||301-713-0850 x 105|
The OCAO Budget and Administrative Operations Staff (BAOS) serves as the focal point within OCAO for the financial management of all fiscal resources provided to the organization. BAOS staff are responsible for all aspects of OCAO budget execution, including the development of budget operating plans, monitoring reimbursable funds and agreements, and analyses of variances between spend plans and actual expenditures. In addition, the team provides resource alternatives to Management, prepares financial status reports and serves a liaison between OCAO and the NOAA Budget office.
|Vacant||Budget and Administrative Operations Manager||301-713-0836 x 167|
|Carol Browning||Budget Analyst||816-426-2062|
|Kelly Blackmon||Acquisition Liaison||301-713-1245|
|Valda Evans||Budget Analyst||301-713-4381|
|Lydia Kenlaw||Management Analyst||301-713-0803|
|Amy Yu||Budget Analyst||301-713-0801|
|Michael Dukes||Management Analyst||301-713-0850 x 134|
|Financial Management Analyst||301-713-4457|
|Yashieka Anglin||Management Analyst||301-713-2215, x191|
|Jean Carter-Jonson||Management & Program Analyst||301-713-4576|
OCAO is accountable for establishing and administering the NOAA deemed exports compliance program, including policies and procedures required to execute the program. Under the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, an export of technology or source code is "deemed" to take place when it is released to a foreign national within the United States. NOAA Administrative Order (NAO) 207-12, "Technology Controls and Foreign National Access" establishes guidance for NOAA organizations regarding their responsibility to identify and safeguard sensitive technology subject to Export Administration Regulation controls and establishes requirements for obtaining appropriate approvals from the Department of Commerce Office of Security for foreign national visitors and guests seeking access to NOAA facilities.
|Ann Murphy||Management andt Program Analyst||202-482-2905 (HCHB) / 301-713-9808, x156 (Alternate)|
The Information Technology Team supports OCAO's business operations with the planning and implementation of new technology, systems, and automated soltuions. This includes the conductiong of requirements analysis as well as development of business case analyses, gap analyses, and migration plans. The Team actively manages the content and functionality of the OCAO segment of the NOAA website and ensures compliance with NOAA IT Security and interoperability specifications.
|Patrick Holt||IT Specialist||301-713-0850 x 188|
|Alexander Smith||IT Specialist||301-713-0850 x 185|
The Pacific Regional Center (PRC) is located on historic Ford Island, Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii. The PRC combines new facilities with the historic preservation of four historic buildings culminating into a campus which is environmentally sustainable, state of the art, and Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design (LEED) Gold Certified.
The PRC Team's vision is to be a high performance sustainable facility that will enhance the technical and scientific research and operations conducted by our building tenants and their partners. The Team's mission is to provide excellent Facility Management and Information Technology Services which will support the strategic mission of NOAA which are low in cost, expeditious, and “no ka oi” (Number One).
|Steve Gallagher||NOAA Site Manager - Pacific Regional Center||808-690-9607|
|Ian Chun||IT Specialist||808-927-6444|
|Richard LaPenes||IT Specialist (Network)||808-690-9602|
|Bob Drummond, PE||Senior Facility Operations Manager||808-690-9603|
|Aaron Kaneao, PE||Facility Operations Specialist||808-690-9604|
|Ben Roth, AIA||NOAA Senior Project Manager||301-713-0848|
|John Shrewsbury, PE||Hawaii Project Manager||808-772-2085|
|Diane Kuderik||Budget Analyst||808-690-9609|