Sullivan, Jerrol

Small Business Director (Acting) 

Mr. Jerrol Sullivan is the Acting Director and Deputy Director for Small Business Programs at the Missile Defense Agency (MDA). Working collaboratively with Program Management Offices across MDA, as a small business advocate, he applies extensive knowledge of acquisition regulations and various 

types of contracts, incentive arrangements, policies and procedures to plan, develop and implement initiatives that incentivize small business utilization in acquisitions supporting MDA’s mission. He has served as the MDA Office of Small Business Subcontracting Program Manager, Outreach Manager, and the MDA Deputy Program Manager for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs. 

Mr. Sullivan has also served MDA as a Logistics Management Specialist, and Executive Officer to the Program Director for the Command and Control, Battle Management, Communications (C2BMC) Directorate, in Washington, D.C. In this role he applied expert knowledge of operations support, logistics planning, sustainment, and training to support the C2BMC Program. 

Preceding his move to MDA in September 2004, Mr. Sullivan served as a Management Analyst for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Office of the Inspector General in Bethesda, Maryland. In this role he collected, reviewed, and analyzed information required to draw conclusion from analysis and synthesis of available information to make recommendations required to improve the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) operations efficiency. 

Mr. Sullivan served as a Military Liaison in Warsaw, Poland. There, he assisted Poland’s military Services in meeting requirements for Poland’s ascension to NATO in March 1999. His contributions were instrumental in meeting goals and objectives of the President’s National Security Strategy. 

Mr. Sullivan has 20 Years of military service in the United States Air Force, and 17 years of Government service.