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Shay Assad, the Defense Department's director of defense pricing, and Dick Ginman, the Pentagon's director of defense procurement and acquisition policy, join host Roger Waldron to talk about their new roles.
June 7, 2011 - (Encore presentation June 21, 2011)
Tags: contracting , defense acquisition , defense department , pentagon , Shay Assad , Dick Ginman , Roger Waldron , Off the Shelf , Coalition for Government Procurement , DoD Report , Suzanne Kubota , acquisition policy , acquisition workforce
A video teleconferencing system has picked up some serious steam at the Defense Department, and helped the agency with its telework program.
Learn more in today's DoD report.
The cuts could mean a loss of $6 billion to $7 billion to the local economy, says Stephen Fuller, director for the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University in Fairfax.
The Defense Department is looking for two things as it pertains to collaboration: Security and inter-operability.
Army Gen. Keith Alexander, the head of the new Defense Department's Cyber Command, says the military needs to bolster its ability to see and understand what's happening across its many computer networks in real-time.
Sec. Gates orders a top-to-bottom review to find at least $10 billion in annual savings.
Agencies will have defined benchmarks to hit for training current and future managers.
Details on the event coming to the Washington Convention Center next week.