Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) You are cordially invited to join the IT-AAC Senior Leadership Roundtable on November 5, 2010, hosted by AFCEA.
Meeting begins at 2:00 PM to 5PM, followed by Leadership Cocktail Social (open to all). (1400 to 1700) then Reception.
AFCEA 4400 Fair Lakes Court Fairfax, VA 22033
November 5, 2010 AGENDA
IT-AAC/AFCEA Leadership Roundtable Agenda (draft)
Date:November 5, 2010 Time 1400-1700 EST, following by Cocktail Social Location: AFCEA International 4400 Fair Lakes Court, Fairfax, VA22033
1330- Registration and Meet/Greet
1400- Introductions and Opening Remarks:
Kent Schneider, AFCEA President, and __________ GSA
Honorable Mike Wynne, IT-AAC Chairman (confirmed)
Discussion Leaders: 1410- Overcoming Federal IT Innovation Challenges
Will Thomas, DirectorCenter for American Progress (confirming)
John Caporal AF SB Director (confirmed)
1430- Rapid Acquisition Techniques for Cyber and Health IT Innovations:
Capt Mike Weiner, TMIP PM , OSD HA (confirmed)
Riley Repko, A30 Special Asst. to Director, AF CYBER (confirmed)
1500- Improving SBIR and Innovation Outcomes:
Scott Denniston, Chairman Emeritus AFCEA SB Committee (confirmed)
Mr. Bill Hamilton, Co-chair, AFCEA Small Business Committee (confirmed)
John Caporal, AF SB Deputy Director Small Business Office (confirmed)
1530- Best Practices in COTS and Open Architecture Adoption (a CCA directive):
Sue Rose, SSCI (confirming)
Nick Guertin, Deputy Director, Open Architecture, Navy PEO IWS (confirmed)
1600- SOA & Cloud Computing Acquisition Challenges:
Jim Young, Manager, DoD Programs,Google (invited)
Dr. Marv Langston, IT-AAC Vice Chair (confirmed)
1630- Think Tank and Innovation Acquisition Techniques for Rapid Response (OTA, NTTAA, SBIR):
Richard Dunn, Advanced Business Strategies (confirmed)
Raleigh Durham, Acting Director DTIC (confirming)
1700-1900 Leadership Cocktail Social (open to all)
Emerging IT-AAC Public Service Participants and Stake Holders:
Federal Agencies: Commerce, DHS, DIA, DISA, GAO, GSA, HHS, Joint Staff, NSA, Office of Management and Budget, OSD ATL, OSD CMO, OSD Health Affairs, OSD Policy, OSD NII, Transportation/FAA, US Army, US Navy, US AF, US CYBERCOM, US Transcom, VA,
Academia: AF IT, CMU/SEI, Defense Acquisition University, Brookings Institute, George Mason University, Georgetown University, University of MD, University of Tenn, National Academy of Science, Steven’s Institute, MIT SLOAN
Non-profits, Think Tanks, SDOs: Anser.org, ANSI.org, Battelle, BENS.org, Center for American Progress, CCIA.org, CSIS.org, Council for Government Procurement, FSTC.org, ICHnet.org, INSAonline.org, IT-AAC.org, Mitre, OpenGIS, Underwriters Lab.
The IT-AAC public/private partnership provides a conflict free think tank required to objectively guide our national leadership through successful transformation of its IT Acquisition Ecosystem, assuring implementation success of key IT mission areas; Health IT, Cyber Security, E-Gov, IT Infrastructure, Info Sharing. Roadmap recommendations will “address the root-causes of problems plaguing federal IT projects and focus on proven best practices from inside and outside the federal government. They will include higher standards for project management practices and personnel, additional mechanisms for holding managers accountable for project results, and more rigorous review processes”.
Prior Meeting Agenda
AGENDA for October 7, 2010 IT-AAC Meeting The last IT-AAC Leadership Round Tablewas co-hosted by INSA. It was held Thursday, Oct 7, 1400 - 1700 followed by cocktail hour at INSA Headquarters in Ballston VA, www.INSAOnline.org.
Kevin Carroll was joined by acquisition leads from OSD and Services to lay out Roadmap for IT Infrastructure Consolidation and SOA, a key element of IT-AAC Transformation Roadmap being prepared for the DepSec Lynn's IT Acquisition Task Force. This is a must attend for any Defense/Intel Acquisition leaders seeking to save billions and improve interoperability. ICH will contribute recent benchmark of fortune 500 SOA implementations.
IT-AAC is presenting an integrated Sec804 Implementation Roadmap proposal to DepSec Lynn on October 15th, which Bill has tasked OSD Policy Bob Butler to coordinate.Given the current struggles with the pending Sec804 report to congress, many welcome some real world insights and expertise needed to establish a measurable, repeatable and standards based approach. Agenda 1330- Registration and Meet/Greet
1400- Introductions: Ellen McCarthy, INSA President Mike Wynne, IT-AAC Chairman 1410- OSD/DNI IT Acquisition Efficiency Challenges: Gen (ret) Arnold Punaro, Sr Fellow Defense Business Board Gary Bliss, OSD PARCA Director 1430- Improving Operational Efficiencies and Effectiveness thru streamlined IT Acquisition: Mr. Blaise Durante, SES AF AQX Dave Patterson, UofTN, former OSD Deputy Comptroller 1500- DoD/IC Acquisition Challenges: Honorable Gil Decker, Army Acquisition Review Board Jennifer Waldsmith, NSA Senior Acquisition Official 1530- Critical Success Factors for Implementation of Alternative IT Acquisition Process (section 804): Kevin Carroll IT-AAC Vice Chairman Sue Rose SSCI 1600- SOA & IT Infrastructure Consolidation Challenges: David Jakubek, OSD-ATL John Weiler, IT-AAC Vice Chairman 1630- Resource Optimization and Conflict Resolution in IT Acquisition Lifecycle: Raj Sharma & Will Thomas, Center for American Progress Rich Haver INSA Member 1700- IT-AAC Think Tank Engagement & Partnership Discussion: Kevin Carroll, IT-AAC Vice Chairman 1715-1900 Leadership Cocktail Social (open to all)