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Gregory C. Early, Jr.

2100 Cedar Tree Ln.

Waldorf, Md. 20601

Work # (703) 284-6153

Home# (301) 893-2487

Fax# (301) 705-7075


National Fraternal Organization: Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity Inc.

Volunteerism: National Park Service - Technical Support Dec. 1997 - Present


Operating Platforms: Windows NT, MacOS, Linux6.0, and AS/400.

Software:Lotus Notes,SAS,MSOffice 2000, Brio, Solomon IV.

Programming: Javascript, ORACLE 7 Developer 2000,Visual Basic, HTML, Visual J++, Cobol, Omnis Studio, Front Page 2000.


Analyst Dec. 1997- Present

Gannett Co., Inc.

Software Engineer Feb. 1997 Ė Dec 1997

De La Rue ASI


Card Issuance System (CIS)

A centralized system that produces a Smart Card uniquely identified to an individual and functional in terms of a color photo ID, 3 of 9 bar code, signature panel and IC chip applications (initially, an electronic purse).

The design objectives for this component subsystem:

Card Management System (CMS)

A centralized system that manages card inventory, controls the deactivation and reissuance of active cards, and provides administrative access to electronic purse and MARC-related data elements. The CMS may co-reside with the CIS on the same platform, or be a stand-alone PC-based system.

The design objectives fulfilled by this component subsystem:

System Analyst June 1996-Feb. 1997



Research Analyst

CellularONE Company Jan. 1995 to March 1996

Graduate Research Assistant 1994 to 1995

National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer (NIH)

Statistician 1994

State Department of Agriculture

Supported all system related H/W, S/W upgrades and operating system changes. Monitored system activity and executed actions accordingly by utilizing tools such as SAR and HPO Openview Operations Center and Network Node Manager. Assisted in many day-to-day behind the scenes system operations. Worked closely with every department to ensure that uses have the appropriate access necessary to perform their jobs. Performed essential state-wide agricultural crop reports based on pricing and production issues for the State of Maryland. Drafted and published the "Evaluation of Livestock & Poultry Farmers in Maryland Watersheds" with the National Agricultural Statistics Service. Used SAS for mainframe and later SAS for Windows to analyze data collected. Analysis included research, design and execution using the following methods: regression analysis, frequency distribution, and mean breakdowns. The evaluation project took approximately one year for completion. Served as project leader for report.


MS., Economics, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore, Dec 1998

BS., Economics, University of Maryland, College Park, May 1993