Colonel Bernard Warrington, Jr. is a top-leading, results-driven executive with extensive leadership experience within complex organizations with documented outcomes in leading people and change through high-profile initiatives relative to strategic planning, facilitating operational integration, and directing short and long-term operations. Colonel Warrington, Jr. education includes a Master of Business Administration, Industrial Engineering & Operations; Lean Six Sigma Black-Belt and a certified as a Master Logistician. Colonel Warrington, Jr. contractual management portfolio includes: Program Manager for Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), a $50M+ (TS-SCI CI-Poly) Global Logistics Support Program; US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Defense Property Accountability System implementation, a $50M+ (Secret) Property Administration and Audit Readiness Program. Colonel Warrington, Jr. leadership experiences include Deputy Director, Integrated Logistics Support Center (ILSC), US Army Communications & Electronics Command (CECOM), Aberdeen Proving Grounds; Principal Department of Defense Representative to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Colonel Warrington, Jr. is well-advanced in contracts proposal development and management with validated competitive wins in the last four years valued at $150 million. He is a subject matter expert in Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Transportation, Contract Management, Proposals Development and Management, Resource Management, Lean Six Sigma, Kaizen, Organizational Design, Strategy, Emergency Management, and Opposition Management. Colonel Warrington, Jr. awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit (2nd Award), Bronze Star Medal (3rd Award), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (2nd Award), Airborne & Air Assault Badges and Army General Staff Identification Badge.
US Army Quartermaster Corps
The Quartermaster Hall of Fame award is the highest form of recognition the Corps offers. This much coveted award honors individuals who are judged to have made the most significant contributions to the overall history and traditions of the Quartermaster Corps.