As the program manager in the United States Air Force, Danny managed a public works construction and maintenance portfolio at several military installations. The scope of responsibility was 1000-1200 facilities, valued at roughly at $2 billion in facilities and infrastructure. He managed a portfolio of 100 sustainment and repair projects with an annual budget of $50 million. Danny applied a metric-based decision making process to select projects for funding to optimize the installation’s annual budget. The metrics were based on various factors such as condition of the facility/utility, operational necessity, local priorities, and correction of state/local/code violations. Applying this method gave decision-makers a quantified, stratified list of projects to fund the most critical projects in the worst condition first.
Danny was also hired to oversee the regional facilities and infrastructure management program for 11 U.S. Air Force installations in six countries across Europe. He developed training seminars for the installations to improve their programs and evaluated the performance of respective sections. Danny worked on the team to consolidate the individual installation’s portfolio to create the regional portfolio containing 480 projects valued at $630 million.