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Ramzi Nemo

Ramzi Nemo

Policy Analyst

U.S. Government Accountability Office

Washington, Washington, D.C.

Public & International Affairs Professional, accomplished in policy-analysis, reporting/editing, advocacy, and project-management settings, as demonstrated in leading Government, private, and non-profit organizations.





U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Performance Analyst

Member of the Performance Team in the Division of Program Analysis & Evaluation, Office of the Chief Financial Officer, part of the Department's Management Directorate.

U.S. Government Accountability Office

Policy Analyst

As a member of GAO's Acquisition & Sourcing Management team, take responsibility for planning, communication/coordination, data-collection/-analysis, message-development, and quality-assurance segments of engagements reviewing Government contracting for systems and services, including agency management systems and industrial-base issues.

U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Homeland Security

Professional Staff Detailee

Selected by GAO for detail assignment to the Committee's Professional Staff as a subject-matter expert.

Service acknowledged in Congressional Record.

U.S. Government Accountability Office

Policy Analyst

Following completion of Professional Development Program, selected as a member of GAO's permanent staff by Acquisition & Sourcing Management Team.

Engagements included studies of Government-contracted systems and services in NASA; U.S. Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and Health & Human Services; General Services Administration; and USAID.

American University

Master of Arts in International Affairs, Global Governance, Politics, and Security


U.S. Government Accountability Office

PDP Analyst

Competitively selected for the U.S. Government Accountability Office's Professional Development Program, which generally rotates new analysts through three of GAO's mission teams over a two-year period.

Completed rotations with Acquisition and Sourcing Management Team (September 2008 - June 2009); International Affairs and Trade Team (June 2009 - March 2010); and Physical Infrastructure Team (March 2010 - September 2010).


ITOCHU International Inc.

Research Assistant

Prepared policy analyses and political-risk assessments for Japanese general-trading company's senior management.


Center for Global Development

Research Associate

On staff of 501(c)(3) organization conducting research and advocacy focused on "Ideas to Action: Independent Research for Global Prosperity."

Coordinated design, construction, and ongoing management of website for global research network.

Negotiated with online publisher to create no-cost portal to electronic journals for developing-world researchers.

Promoted website through planned travel, personal contacts, electronic communication, and publications.

Contributed to research on international development policy appearing in Foreign Policy and other public forums.


U.S. Institute of Peace

Research Assistant

Provided research and editorial support to Colonel Alan Swain, Army Peace Fellow (August 1999 - June 2000) and Henryk Sokalski, Jennings Randolph Fellow (October 2000 - May 2001).

Work focused on policy analysis concerning crises in the Balkans.


The College of William & Mary

Master of Public Policy, International Affairs


Phillips Business Information

Assistant Editor

Reported, wrote, edited, and formatted news related to high-technology products and markets.

Titles included Defense Daily and Tactical Technology.


Dartmouth College

Bachelor of Arts, Government


Delbarton School

College Preparation/High-School Diploma