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NDIA 2012 Update 10 January, 2012 Jason Minter President, NDIA San Diego Chapter PowerPoint Presentation
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NDIA 2012 Update 10 January, 2012 Jason Minter President, NDIA San Diego Chapter

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  1. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association NDIA 2012 Update 10 January, 2012 Jason Minter President, NDIA San Diego Chapter

  2. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association NDIA 2012 Update-Agenda • NDIA National Update • NDIA National Background • Divisions • Top Issues • San Diego Chapter Structure • Chapter Board-Officers, Directors, Committees, Liaisons • Goals and Objectives • 2012 Chapter Events • - Awards • Connecting with NDIA • How can NDIA benefit Industry / Government 10 Jan 2012

  3. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association NDIA National Background MISSION STATEMENT The National Defense Industrial Association is a non-partisan, non-profit educational association with offices in Arlington, Virginia. NDIA & its affiliates maintain over seventeen hundred corporate members engaged in various aspects of producing national security-related products and services for the Federal government and individual members. NDIA traces its history to the American Defense Preparedness Association (ADPA), founded in 1919, and the National Security Industrial Association (NSIA), founded in 1944. The new NDIA founded in March 1997 is a non-partisan, non-profit, educational association with offices in Arlington, Virginia. ADVOCATE: Cutting-edge technology and superior weapons, equipment, training, and support for the War-Fighter and First Responder PROMOTE: A vigorous, responsive, Government – Industry National Security Team PROVIDE: Forums for the ethical exchange of information between Industry and Government on National Security issues MOTTO: Strength through Industry and Technology 10 Jan 2012

  4. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association NDIA National Background-cont NDIA’s primary areas of interest are the business and technical aspects of the government-industry relationship, encompassing government policies and practices in all phases of the acquisition process, including research and development, procurement, production, logistics support, and many technical areas. The Association does its work through a network of Divisions and Chapters, and through numerous national meetings, conferences, symposia and exhibitions that focus on government policy and practice in a broad range of areas. NDIA's principal vehicle in working with government is its Division structure. This is where the bulk of the policy and technical interface between industry and government is accomplished. NDIA corporate members may participate as desired in the important work of one or more of the 32 functionally oriented Divisions. Through their participation, interested members contribute ideas and recommendations to government and in return receive helpful information on government policies and programs. The 52 NDIA Chapters are the focal points for industry's interaction with regionally dispersed elements of the federal government and military services. The chapters strengthen the total membership and further our purpose by assuring participation of members and government at the local level. 10 Jan 2012

  5. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association NDIA National Update - Divisions A defense industrial-government network consisting of 32 Divisions and  7 Industrial Working Groups driving the future of defense through education, access, and influence. • Biometrics Enabled Identity • Chemical Biological Defense • C4ISR • Cyber • Homeland Security • Environment and Energy Security • Manufacturing • Procurement • Systems Engineering • Science and Engineering Technology • STEM Workforce • Small Business • Space • Test and Evaluation • Systems Engineering 10 Jan 2012

  6. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association NDIA National Update – 2011 Top Issues NDIA’s Top Issues serve to guide the Association’s advocacy and educational activities throughout the year. The issues are broad in nature and we believe are essential to maintaining a strong, viable defense industry capable of meeting U.S. national security requirements. ISSUE 1: Ensure an Ethical and Agile Acquisition System Responsive to DoD Needs ISSUE 2: The Defense Industrial Base – Now and in the Future ISSUE 3: Increase Government Contract Usage of All Small Businesses ISSUE 4: Sustaining Military Readiness While Providing For The Future ISSUE 5: Support Efficient and Transparent International Access For the US Defense Industrial Base 10 Jan 2012

  7. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association San Diego Chapter Structure • 2012 Officers Chairman of the Board Dennis Bauman President Jason Minter AT&T Government Solutions Immediate Past President Ken Slaght General Dynamics IT Executive Vice President Doug Ray TechFlow, Inc. Secretary Lillian Maestas Knowledge Made Solutions, Inc. Treasurer Robin Reschke Kratos Defense 10 Jan 2012

  8. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association San Diego Chapter Structure • 2012 Directors Jim Abbott SAIC Dave Aberizk ICI Integrated Consultants Lauren Engle Power Ten, Inc. Frank Hewitt intelliSolutions, inc. Jamie Hewitt intelliSolutions, inc. Dwayne Junker Epsilon Systems Solutions Jim Lasswell INDUS Technology, Inc. Terry McKearney The Ranger Group Will Nevilles INDUS Technology, Inc. Gerry Nifontoff SAIC John Schiltz KES, Inc. Alyx Schmidt Epsilon Systems Solutions Pem Smith General Dynamics IT Mike Woiwode WodeWorks Consulting Kurt Worden NOVA Power Solutions Beth Yakel Consultant 10 Jan 2012

  9. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association San Diego Chapter Structure • 2012 Committees Awards Mike Woiwode WodeWorks Consulting Budget, Audit & Finance Doug Ray TechFlow, Inc. Event Facilites Jamie Hewitt intelliSolutions, inc. Event Registration Helna Correll San Diego Site Pros, Inc. Goals & Objectives Lauren Engle Power Ten, Inc. Gold Coast Conference Kurt Worden NOVA Power Solutions Industry Conference Pem Smith General Dynamics IT Legislative Frank Hewitt intelliSolutions, inc. Master Calendar George Klein Consultant Membership Dave Aberizk ICI Integrated Consultants Monthly Luncheons Carolina Davila Orbis, Inc. Operations Doug Ray TechFlow, Inc. Organizational Outreach Jim Abbott SAIC Publicity/Public Affairs Beth Yakel Consultant SDADT Cluster John Schiltz KES, Inc. Small Business Jim Lasswell INDUS Technology, Inc. SPAWAR SIEN Ken Slaght General Dynamics IT SSC Exec. Forum Will Nevilles INDUS Technology, Inc. Speakers Alyx Schmidt Epsilon Systems Solutions STEM Education Terry McKearney The Ranger Group Volunteers Dwayne Junker Epsilon Systems Solutions Contracting IPT Gerry Nifontoff SAIC 10 Jan 2012

  10. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association San Diego Chapter Structure • 2012 Liaisons AFCEA Liaison Jim Loiselle Accenture CONNECT Liaison Taylor Peterson CONNECT DAU Liaison Robert Lopez Defense Acquisition University FRCSW Liaison Linda Garcia Fleet Readiness Centers (FRCs) NRSW Liaison Navy Region Southwest SPAWAR HQ Liaison Gregory Geisen SPAWAR HQ SSC-Pacific Liaison Mary Gmitruk SSC-Pacific Women in Defense Robin Lipka The Marlin Alliance Inc. 10 Jan 2012

  11. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association San Diego Chapter Structure • Goals and Objectives-Modeled after National • Advocate: Cutting Edge Technology • Increase awareness of new technologies and their potential applications for system solutions through presentations, seminars and special forums. • Promote: A vigorous, responsive Government/ Industry National Security team • Engage in development of the next generation scientist/engineers through actions and coordination with agencies and organizations involved in education. • Provide: Legal & Ethical forum for exchange of information between Industry & Government • Conduct periodic seminars to permit open dialogue between industry and government relating to procurement initiatives, plans and programs. • Improve: The local military community: • Maintain awards programs to acknowledge individuals’ contributions to national defense. 10 Jan 2012

  12. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association 2012 Chapter Events • Monthly Luncheons-Held on the 2nd Wed of the month. March Joint AFCEA/NDIA on the Midway. • Small Business Committee Meetings-Immediately following Monthly luncheons 20-30 companies attend • SSC Pacific Executive Forum-Held quarterly. Next date TBD • SPAWAR Industrial Executive Network (SIEN)-Held quarterly. Last one Nov 2011 at Liberty Station • NDIA Industry Day (formerly Fall Symposium)-June 2012 TBD. New format and focus.. • Small Business Forums-Held quarterly. Next date TBD • Navy Gold Coast Conference-August 6-8, 2012 San Diego Convention Center • STEM-Next event 7-8 Feb SD High Tech High Fair 10 Jan 2012

  13. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association 2012 Chapter Events-Awards • Awards Program – 2011 • Sword Award presented to ROTC top graduates – 8 awards • Number one grad for each of the four services represented in San Diego • Twice per year - Spring and Winter graduation • Twice a Citizen Award for Reserve and Guard-Awarded at Navy Gold Coast • Five awardees this year: three Marines, two Navy • Each award is $2,500 • Bryan Lasswell Award for Fleet Support-Awarded at Fall Conference • Five awardees for four awards: three Marine Corps, two Navy (split) • Each award is $2,500 10 Jan 2012

  14. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association 2012 Chapter Events-Awards Winter 2011 ROTC Graduation on the USS Midway 10 Jan 2012

  15. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association Connecting with NDIA • Monthly Newsletter with local articles and information. • Active, Up-to Date Web Page www.NDIA-SD.orgwww.NDIA.org • email distribution. Two lists-Main distro and Small Business distro • Attend luncheons, Forums, conferences, • Become a corporate member to vote in our annual Board elections • Membership registration is done through the NDIA National web page 10 Jan 2012

  16. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association Annual Luncheon Registration is Now Open • 2012 Luncheon Prices-$35 Advance, $50 Door • WWW.NDIA-SD.org • Benefits of Annual Luncheon Registration •  1 Free lunch-Pay for 10 lunches and attend 11 lunches in 2012 •  Easy-No need to register  for each monthly luncheon •  Transferrable-Send someone in your place if you can’t attend •  Save money on registration credit card fees •  Support your Local NDIA Chapter 10 Jan 2012

  17. San Diego Chapter National Defense Industrial Association How can NDIA benefit Industry / Government • Information sharing / Networking opportunities-Lunches, Forums, Events • Access to information-Event briefs, Division white papers, Top Issues • Venue for Industry and Government to discuss ideas and challenges • Legislative updates-NDIA Chapters focus on education and do not lobby 10 Jan 2012