As a Program Analyst in the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), I managed the preparation of declassification review appeals for adjudication by the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP). Preparing appeals for adjudication required extensive planning and organization, time management, attention to detail, and prioritization. I created annual work schedules, quarterly productivity benchmarks, and tracked the progression of approximately 15-20 individual appeals in various stages of development. I prioritized appeals in the backlog based on their readiness for final consideration by the ISCAP. Before delivering a final recommendation to the ISCAP regarding an appeal, I reviewed agency declassification policy, researched classified and declassified documents from databases and archives, and consulted subject-matter experts from the Intelligence Community, DoD, Department of State, and other agencies. At the conclusion of each fiscal year, I delivered a presentation on productivity and progress to the ISCAP. The productivity of the ISCAP increased through process improvements and effective time management. From FY 2008 to FY 2011, the appeals adjudicated annually had increased by 227 percent due to process improvements I developed and implemented.