The Roadmap to Smarter, Better, Faster Defense Acquisition

Wednesday, March 05, 2014
02:00 PM EST

Via the Web
Duration: 1 hour

C4ISR is becoming increasingly important to military readiness in the new era of defense, but DoD’s ability to maintain a decisive technological edge may be at risk.

Join Government Business Council (GBC), the research division of Government Executive Media Group, and Booz Allen Hamilton for a revealing digital town hall discussion on the need for DoD acquisition reform, challenges in specific areas such as C4ISR, and opportunities for improvement.

Get the first look at the results of a new survey of 340 defense leaders speaking out on critical questions such as:

  • Why C4ISR acquisition reform is more important than ever
  • Why greater government involvement in designing requirements could improve the acquisition process
  • How to acquire, develop, and manage a government-owned system of systems (SoS)

Booz Allen Hamilton Speakers

Trey Obering

Senior Vice President, retired Air Force Lieutenant General; leads the firm’s Air Force Acquisitions & Logistics Account and Integrated Management Team and the Acquisition, Program Management & Logistics Functional Community; former Director of the Missile Defense Agency and Acquisition Executive for the US Ballistic Missile Defense System.

Greg Wenzel

Senior Vice President, Strategic Innovations Group; provides leadership in Advanced Enterprise Integration focusing on emerging technologies applied to solve client business needs; specialist in distributed computing solutions, intelligence community systems, tactical warfighting, and commercial web-based systems; former US Army Chief Engineer.

Moderated by:

Zoe Grotophorst

Manager of Research & Insights at the Government Business Council specializing in analysis of federal management and workforce trends. She is a Master of Public Policy candidate at the George Mason University School of Public Policy and received her undergraduate degree in public policy from the College of William and Mary.

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