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Wyvern Warrior of the Week: Federico Olimpi

  • Published
  • By Staff Sgt. Jessica Blair
  • 31st Fighter Wing Public Affairs

This week’s Wyvern Warrior of the Week is Federico Olimpi, 31st Civil Engineer Squadron computer assistant.

Olimpi developed three different mobile applications to get our Wyvern Nation more connected and to making daily processes faster.

CAMPUS31 is a phone application designed to provide two-way communication between dorm residents with dorm managers. The app allows timely requests to be submitted to dorm managers for issues such as door problems, lost keys and water leaks.

Residents can use the app to stay up to date with the latest news and events sent out by Airmen Dorm Leaders, Public Affairs or First Sergeants and it can be downloaded for free by dorm residents.

“It helps them stay in touch with the Airman Dorm Leaders,” said Olimpi. “So now they can input requests within the app or get help if they get locked outside their room.”

Additionally, Olimpi developed a fair-rent and housing inspection phone application which is installed on housing inspectors' smartphones and tablets. The app automatically calculates a fair rental price aligned with local market analysis and then streamlines the housing inspection process by creating comprehensive final reports for future references.

The application has reduced the amount of time spent on rent calculations, inspections and reports by streamlining housing data collection for more than 3,700 properties and minimized paper usage by generating digital reports that can be saved for future use.

“I didn't expect to win this award, its unexpected, but amazing,” said Olimpi. “It's great getting recognized for the job you've done because sometimes as computer assistant you work in the background. It's been a real pleasure to get recognized.”

Lastly, Olimpi developed a material control phone application based on QR code system. This app aims at streamlining and simplifying the material issuance process for store stock, purchase orders and self-help pickups.

“My dad has been my role model,” said Olimpi. “He was always able to balance work and family well and I admired him for that.”

Having such a great role model instilled a can-do mentality in Olimpi which ultimately allowed him to thrive in his position and help our Wyvern Nation function more efficiently.

Thank you for all your hard work!