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MECHANICSBURG, Pa.--RADM Justin D. McCarthy, Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command, announced that Kevin Fitzpatrick is now the acting Executive Director of the Office of Special Projects and Karen E. Meloy is now the acting NAVSUP Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) Program Manager, with a collateral duty as the acting NAVSUP Assistant Deputy Commander, Fleet Logistics Operations.

Both Fitzpatrick and Meloy are members of the Senior Executive Service (SES) and they remain in their positions of record. Permanent assignments of individuals into these positions will be announced after the process of nominating and obtaining approval for SES moves is complete.

Fitzpatrick currently serves as Assistant Deputy Commander for Fleet Logistics Operations. He will be acting in the position formerly occupied by Tom Essig, who has been selected as the Director of Program Analysis and Business Transformation in the office of Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy Acquisitions. NAVSUP commends Essig for his dedicated service and for his contributions while serving on the NAVSUP team.

Fitzpatrick became a member of the Senior Executive Service in July 1999. He came to NAVSUP in 1996 as the Deputy Assistant Commander for Ashore Support. Previously he served as a senior staff analyst in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Logistics) Material and Distribution Management, and prior to that he spent 10 years in various logistics positions at NAVSUP Headquarters. He began his federal career at the Aviation Supply Office, Philadelphia, Pa., in 1978. He is a graduate of Hunter College of the City University of New York.

Meloy joined the SES ranks in 2001. She began her federal career as a supply systems analyst in the Trident Submarine Department at the former Ships Parts Control Center in December 1979 and carne to NAVSUP headquarters in 1986, assigned to the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Department as Naval Sea Systems Command/Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command ILS weapons systems auditor and support liaison. Prior to her assignment as Deputy Commander of the Department of the Navy eBusiness Operations Office, she was the Deputy Assistant Commander for Fleet Logistics and Supply Chain Management at NAVSUP. She graduated from Wilkes College, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

The Office of Special Projects (OSP) is a second echelon command reporting to the Commander NAVSUP. OSP is assigned the mission of providing logistics, transportation, finance, and other business and supply-related support to components of the fleet and shore establishment within the Department of the Navy.

The NAVSUP ERP Program Manager position is the lead for NAVSUP's Supply Maintenance Aviation Reengineering Team (SMART) ERP project, and serves as the NAVSUP lead in the Navy ERP Program, a project that is now integrating and converging multiple Navy ERP projects. Meloy will serve as NAVSUP's chief logistician, responsible for collaborating with NAVSUP's Virtual SYSCOM partners, Program Executive Officers, other services, DLA, and NAVSUP's customers to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Navy logistics support, using the converged ERP solution as the catalyst for improving our business process and adopting best commercial practices.

CAPT Chris Vitt is acting as the Deputy Commander of the DON eBusiness Operations Office. Ms. Meloy continues to provide strategic leadership and oversight.
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Title Annotation:Around NAVSUP; Senior Executive Service
Publication:Navy Supply Corps Newsletter
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2004
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