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Richard B. E. Beyer
4116 Fogel Lane
Silver Spring, MD 20906
301.949.2954 (H)
240.354.3362 (C)
[email protected]
[email protected]
EDUCATION
Montgomery College, Rockville, MD (Currently Pursuing)
 AA, Computer Technician (52 Credits toward AA)
 AA, Electronic Technology (52 Credits toward AA)
TRAINING / LICENSURE / CERTIFICATIONS
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Maryland DLLR Certified Residential Appraiser, Self-Study, PSI Examination Services
certified, College Park, MD, 09/2007
HUD/FHA Certified Appraiser, Self-Study, Sylvan-Prometric Certified, Bethesda, MD
Maryland DLLR Licensed Appraiser, Self-Study, PSI Examination Services certified,
College Park, MD, 03/2005
Maryland DLLR Appraiser Trainee, Self-Study, PSI Examination Services certified, College
Park, MD 11/2002
CompTIA iNet+ Certification, Self-Study, Sylvan-Prometric certified at Digital Corporation,
Gaithersburg, MD, 3/10/2002
CompTIA Server+ Certification, Self-Study, Sylvan-Prometric certified at Digital Corporation,
Gaithersburg, MD, 2/17/2002
CompTIA Network+ Certification, Self-Study, Sylvan-Prometric certified at Digital
Corporation, Gaithersburg, MD, 1/27/2002
CompTIA A+ Technician Certification, Self-Study, Sylvan-Prometric certified at Digital
Corporation, Gaithersburg, MD, 1/13/2002
Cisco CCNA Certification, Self-Study, Sylvan-Prometric CCNA certified at OTI,
Gaithersburg, MD, 11/16/2000
cc:Mail System Implementation/Administration I and II, CTI, Lotus Authorized Education
Center, Reston, VA, 1999
NT WorkStation 4.0 Certification Training, ARG, Arlington, VA, 1997
CNE Certification Training, Learning Tree International, Reston, VA, 1995-1996
IBM Certification Training, IBM OS/2, LTI, Reston, VA, 1995
Technical Certificate, Novell LAN Administration, USDOT, 1993
Electronics Technology Certificate, Electronics, Electro-Mechanical and Computer Repair,
HumRRO TEC, Washington, DC and Rockville, MD, (14 mo./PT), 1987
EXPERIENCE
09/07 – Present: Accu-Rite Appraisals, Silver Spring, MD
Certified Residential Appraiser (CRA), Owner/Operator of Accu-Rite Appraisals, Inc.
Owner/Operator of Accu-Rite Appraisals, Inc. providing appraisal services for Mortgage, Lender
and Private Clientele. Sub-Contractor assignments performed for West Friendship Appraisals and
other companies locally and nationally. Duties include marketing, scheduling, research and
deductive skills, market analysis, trend prediction, inspection services, appraisal report
generation, photography, mechanical drawing, logistical and technical support, and invoice/billing.
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03-05 – 09/07: Accu-Rite Appraisals, Silver Spring, MD
Licensed Appraiser (LA), Owner/Operator of Accu-Rite Appraisals, Inc.
Sub-Contractor assignments performed for West Friendship Appraisals. Accu-Rite Appraisals,
Inc. created in November 2005. Taken and passed full Maryland DLLR Appraiser Certification
Examination on September 10, 2007, third of four levels of licensure.
11/02 – 03/05: West Friendship Appraisals, Sykesville, MD
2,000 Hour Supervised Journeyman Training
Supervision of 2,000 hour training provided under William Braunschweiger, West Friendship
Appraisals, Sykesville, MD 21784. Taken and passed full Maryland DLLR Appraiser Licensure
Examination on September 10, 2007.
05/02 – 11/02: Maryland Association of Appraisers
Appraisal Trainee (AT) Study, Testing
Attended and passed battery of courses designed for the Maryland DLLR Appraiser Trainee
Examination which was taken and passed in November 2002.
04/01 – 05/02: Daly Computers, Inc. (DCI), Clarksburg, MD
Network Engineer/Team Lead
Team Lead for Prince William (VA), Frederick County (MD) and Ann Arundel County (MD) Public
Schools countywide system and server rollout. Large scale rollout involving 13,000 systems and
500 servers in elementary, middle and high school facilities, as well as in the AACPS Board of
Education in Annapolis, MD. First third of systems implemented in approximately 4 months.
Supervised up to 15 employees for on-site installations and acted as liaison between AACPS
school personnel and DCI to resolve any issues that arose. Duties include service call problem
resolution, project consultation and implementation, pre-sales consultation, and helpdesk support
(nationwide and local) for desktop and network.
10/96 – 10/00: AMTI, Washington, DC
Network/E-Mail Administrator
Administered Network/E-Mail at the headquarters of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
under Air Traffic Services (ATS). Primary responsibilities included cc:Mail/E-Mail administration,
network administration, communications and support, configuration management, installation,
maintenance and troubleshooting of the LAN and micro-systems user environment. Experience
with Cabletron hub and Cisco switch management and troubleshooting. Expertise in Windows 3.1,
95/98, 2000, NT 4.0, Novell Netware (versions 3.x to 5x). Responsible for beta testing of potential
hardware/software assets to be introduced into the production environment, including multimedia
hardware/software configuration and support. Problem resolution utilizing LAN/WAN/Internet
access, CD-ROM, publications and reference material. Remote access configuration and support
concerning agency telecommuting/E-Mail requirements including cc:Mobile and Citrix MetaFrame;
Internet configuration and support using dynamic TCPIP, static TCPIP, Gateway Services
(GSNW) and dial-up services. Also provided mainframe-emulation configuration and support
employing SNA gateways and NASI redirection software. Assigned special projects and
administrative tasks.
07/93 – 10/96: DynCorp, Inc., Washington, DC
Associate Engineer II
Served as an Associate Network Engineer II at the US Department of Transportation (USDOT)
and US Coast Guard. Supported Office of the Secretary of Transportation (OST) tasks such as
the OST “sick building” clean-up effort and the OST automation task at the USDOT in
Headquarters in Washington, DC. Chief aspects of contract support involved micro-systems user
and LAN user hardware/software installation and support; E-Mail communications;
hardware/software installation and support; Internet and TCP/IP user configuration and support;
3270 mainframe emulation user installation and support; special projects support; and assorted
administrative tasks. End-user support included installation, upgrade and troubleshooting of
systems and software; installation of peripherals such as CD-ROMs, modems and printers. Tasks
for LAN support involved installation and termination of Category 5 10base-T cable; fiber-optic
installation and configuration; and Token-Ring installation and configuration. Performed
installation of Cabletron MMAC Chassis, MRX-2 hubs, MRXI-2 hubs and NB-25E bridges.
Installation and configuration of network software on end-user systems for user connectivity
(Novell and Banyan), configuration of network printer TCP/IP addresses for use with printing
services (Incognito, HP Jet-Direct), and configuration and installation of network E-Mail and
scheduler services for end-users. Mainframe user support entails 3270 emulation installation and
connectivity using Rumba and Attachmate software through DFT coax, or Rumba and Attachmate
network gateways. Special Projects include the OST “sick building” clean-up effort, the OST
automation task, Control-D/PC and AF-Operation/Remote projects and coordination of Non-OST
and OST personnel and equipment relocations, support of the TASC Training Center at USDOT,
and installation and maintenance of voice-dialer environmental sensors in critical areas.
06/92 – 09/92: CDI Temps, Inc., Washington, DC
Customer Service Engineer
Customer Service Engineer sub-contracted to Unisys at the US Department of Transportation.
Responsibilities included provision of on-site hardware/software support for systems and
peripherals in stand-alone and network environments; expansion of networks and upgrade of
software; rendering of hot-line troubleshooter support when required and performance of setup,
burn-in and installation of new equipment. Responsibilities also included equipment movement
and equipment accountability. Detailed to the FEMA and Hurricane Andrew Emergency Response
Network Team on behalf of the USDOT Secretary, Andrew Carr.
02/89 – 11/90: Everex Federal Systems Inc., Gaithersburg/Rockville, MD
Field Service Engineer
Field Service Engineer provided on-site hardware/software support on various government
contracts, at locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region (EPA, GSA, DOL, DOE, US Federal
Courts and US Federal Tax Courts,). Responsibilities included supervising the installation of
turnkey systems at various sites and reconciling any DOA equipment. Provided network and printshare troubleshooting and assisting in control of field inventory (e.g. replenishment of stock,
special orders, and RMA's). Served as the acting Field Supervisor while the Supervisor was on
detached assignment to other contracts.
11/87 – 01/89: Morant Data Company, Alexandria, VA
Field Service Engineer/Senior Cable Technician
Field Service Engineer responsible for effecting network site-surveys to determine appropriate
network topology and logistics, such as specific hardware to procure and most functional path
design; performing setup and installation of equipment (stand alone or network); and providing on
site hardware/software assistance for assorted contracts, specializing in associations.
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