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Comprehensive overview of the operations, accomplishments and future needs of our BDPA Washington DC chapter.

Comprehensive overview of the operations, accomplishments and future needs of our BDPA Washington DC chapter.

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  • DCBDPA Washington, D.C. Chapter Overview DoD/IC Executive Sponsorship and Summary • 1Q11 Fiscal Year 2011 • Community Program Support EngagementsAdvancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC About Us – National BDPA (NBDPA), formerly known as Black Data Processing Associates, is a global CS-STEM (Computer Science | Science/Technology/Engineering/Mathematics) non-profit organization serving the professional well-being of its stakeholders. Founded in 1975, NBDPA’s founders’ concern, which subsequently was shared with industry, was very few minorities in middle and upper management, low recruitment and poor preparation of minorities for emerging technical positions. Moreover, an overall lack of upward career mobility and little or no community outreach from industry continued to perpetuate these concerns well towards the end of our last century. – For 35 years NBDPA and local BDPA Chapters help advance technical careers from the classroom to the boardroom by hosting and participating in a wide variety of community oriented CS-STEM programs, workshops, expos, conferences, and STEM outreach events. – BDPA-DC was founded in 1978 and incorporated in 1981 as an IRS 501(c)(3) public charity. BDPA-DC encourages expansion of technology and science programs, corporate outreach, and service delivery to underserved and unserved communities within the NCR. Toward this end, our chapter encourages support of Chapter Interest Groups (CIGs) which are designed to meet or exceed service delivery requirements where growing technology trends and demographics ultimately can support sustainable, viable and vibrant BDPA Chapter Committees and Integrated CS-STEM Project Teams (ICPTs). – Washington, D.C. (BDPA-DC) and Northern Virginia (BDPA NoVA) chapters of BDPA remain committed to excellence while providing a wide spectrum of resources to members, corporate sponsors, small business owners, educational institutions and local communities in the National Capital Region (NCR). – Through online and print media, NBDPA and local chapters continue to work with industry partners and stakeholders to inform its members of new technologies, career and internship opportunities, and technical advances in every industry sector across all STEM disciplines.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC 2009 Year In Review CY 2009 BDPA-DC Chapter Accomplishments • BDPA-DC Hosts Northeast Regional High School Computer Competition (HSCC) at Bowie State University (BSU) Computer Sciences School – Local HSCC Teams finish 1st and 2nd Place • BDPA-DC hosted I.T. Showcase (ITSC) for college and high school students during 2009 Regional Conference at BSU • BDPA-DC Upgrades Chapter’s Web Portals – Collaboration via Groupsite.com, provides real-time industry news feeds – Collaboration via Facebook and Twitter set for industry into FY10 • BDPA-DC continues online I.T. and CS-STEM newsletters from FY09 into FY10 – bdpatoday • BDPA-DC/BDPA-NoVA Hosts Annual Awards Dinner and Networking mixers • BDPA-DC assisted NBDPA in capturing over $250,000 in support and scholarships in FY-09 – $180K Navy Scholarship; NROTC National HSCC Spot Award (to attend Duke University) – $50K Oracle Foundation Scholarships for qualified BDPA Student Members – $10K U.S. Navy Sponsorship | Established CCR, ORCA, and WAWF registrations or NBDPA and BDPA-DC – $10K Funded Internships for HBCU/MI student members • BDPA-DC Student Members were awarded over $125,000 in Scholarships in FY08 – $100K Posse Foundation – $ 10K + Funded Internships – $15K + HSCC Scholarship AwardsAdvancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC 2010 Year In Review CY 2010 BDPA-DC Chapter Accomplishments • BDPA-DC Hosted Northeast Regional High School Computer Competition (HSCC) at Bowie State University (BSU) Computer Sciences School – Local HSCC Teams finish 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place [Regional Champions] • BDPA-DC hosted I.T. Showcase (ITSC) for college and high school students during 2010 Regional Conference at BSU • BDPA-DC Maintained Chapter’s Web Portals – Collaboration via Groupsite.com, providing real-time industry RSS news feeds – Collaboration via Facebook and Twitter set for industry into FY11 • BDPA-DC continues online I.T. and CS-STEM newsletters from FY10 into FY11 – bdpatoday • BDPA-DC/BDPA-NoVA Co-Hosted Annual Awards Luncheon and Networking mixers • BDPA-DC Student Members were awarded $10,000 in BETF Scholarships YTD in FY10 – $8K HSCC Scholarship Awards • BDPA-DC Awarded $10,000 Navy Contract (P.O.# N00189-10-P-Z697) for 2010 NBDPA Technology Conference in direct support of CNO’s Diversity Program deliverables in Philadelphia. • BDPA-DC Awarded $25,000 Grant from Freddie Mac • BDPA-DC Awarded $1,000 Grant from IBM for chapter S.I.T.E.S. programs • $10,000 - Two (2) BDPA-DC Students awarded $5000 Oracle Scholarships in 1Q11Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC 2011/2012 Program Requests CY 2012 BDPA-DC Chapter Requirements • BDPA-DC FY12 goal is $150,000 grants/contracts in support of chapter S.I.T.E.S. programs and CS-STEM television (“Popular Technology”, WebTV, HBCU/MI CATV) programming • Contract(s) for BDPA-DC/Small Business Partners to Develop/Deploy local Cyber/IA Ranges for College/High School students interested in Cyber-related careers with DoD/IC • Sponsors for Northeast Regional High School Computer Competition (HSCC) at Bowie State University (BSU) Computer Sciences School – Local HSCC Teams have previously finished 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place [Regional Champions] – HSCC teams from Hartford, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Northern Delaware, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, Richmond, and Hampton Roads are invited – Navy/Cyber can award NROTC Scholarships to qualified graduating seniors during this venue’s award ceremonies – Stand-up a new Central Maryland BDPA Chapter • Sponsors for BDPA-DC to host I.T. Showcase (ITSC) for college and high school students during 2011 Regional Conference at BSU • Sponsors for BDPA-DC to publish online I.T. and CS-STEM content for FY12 newsletters bdpatoday • Sponsors for BDPA-DC/BDPA-NoVA Annual Scholarship Awards/Banquets • 2012 National BDPA Technology Conference is in Baltimore, MD • 2013 National BDPA Technology Conference is in Washington, D.C.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC Community Outreach and Government Relations Community Outreach Multicultural Government Relations BDPA-DC and Internships BDPA-DC supports other IT NPOs such as LISTA (Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association) when visiting Capitol Hill. Shown below (L-R) are Perry Carter, President, BDPA-DC, Secretary of Labor, The Honorable Hilda L. Solis, and Jose A. Marquez, President and CEO of LISTA.BDPA Members in the National Capital Region(NCR) work for or with several Federal agenciesincluding DoD’s High-Performance ComputingModernization Program (HPCMP) Office.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC Small Business Engagements and STEM Programs Small Business Development CS-STEM/STEM Programs Membership Outreach Programs BDPA-DC supports Computer Science (CS) and Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) programs that bridge technology gaps in K-12 and young adult education and professional development..BDPA Members in the National Capital Region (NCR)work for or with small business prime and subcontractorssupporting private and public sector customers.Congressman Steny Hoyer (center) shown with localBDPA Chapter small business executives.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC Local Chapter Professional Development Regional Youth Programs Professional Development BDPA-DC Awards and Scholarships BDPA-DC, BDPA NoVA, and bdpatoday support local technology expos, career fairs, and local industry trade showsBDPA-DC 2009 Oracle Foundation Scholarshipwinners and 2010 HSCC Co-Captains Francisco Nunezand TurKenya Herring with Louis Shack (left), BDPA-DC 2009 Federal OSDBU Procurement Conference (above)HSCC Program Director and Perry Carter (right).Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC Local Chapter Advanced Program Development Advanced CS-STEM Programs Advanced Program Development High Performance Computing with JEF College student members of BDPA-DC work on approved projects, prepare White Papers and presentations with one of our District-based partners Joint Educational Facilities (JEF) for regional and national IT Showcase (ITSC) competitions. The JEF Lab photo shown below features HP BladeSystem servers and large-format HP Designjet printer used for BDPA IT Showcase projects and posters respectively.Dr. Paul Gray, above left, visiting Associate Professor,Computer Science Department, University of NorthernIowa, introduces “Little Fe”, the portable cluster forcomputational science education to JEF students. JEFreceived the first production unit of Little Fe. JEFparticipants qualify for BDPA-DC student memberships..Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC Annual Regional Chapter RDT&E Development CS-STEM HBCU/MI Advanced Youth Program Support Technology Camp (YTC)Admiral Gary Roughead, US Navy (right), Chief of Naval Each year, HSCC and IT Showcase students participate inOperations and keynote presenter, speaks with HSCC and a wide variety of application development, research, andIT Showcase finalists during a National BDPA Technology autonomous systems programming activities in directConference held July 2010 in Philadelphia. A few finalists support of local and regional CS-STEM oriented studentwere invited to attend the TeraGrid Conference in competitions.Pittsburgh, the following week.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC Local Chapter Current EventsRegional Conferences & Annual Awards Multimedia and CS-STEM Support BDPA-DC Team Retains Regional Title BDPA-DC’s News Bureau adds print and online CS-STEM newsletter publications, bdpatoday, to local communities. Video and YouTube productions begin in FY-11.Top three teams each won a copy of Office Project Top 25 media markets are targeted for the latestStandard 2007 from Microsoft at Bowie State University local BDPA chapter and technology news via printin 2009 and earned a chance to compete for scholarships and online publications. Software developmentat our National High School Computer Competition kits (SDK’s) will be leveraged in FY11 for mobile(HSCC.) BDPA-DC’s team placed second during 2010’s device application upgrades to products such asNational HSCC and will again host the 2011 HSCCAdvancing Careers FromUniversity. Motorola’s XOOM™, SM Apple’s iPad 2. andRegionals this June at Bowie State The Classroom to The Boardroom
  • DC Local Chapter Publications (4Q10) Visit: www.bdpatoday.org October 2010 November 2010 December 2010 January 2011 Local Multimedia Sponsors and Stakeholders (FY10)Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC Local Chapter Cyber & STEM Awards (4Q10) High School Computer Competition (HSCC) Chapter Support/innovation 2010 Regional HSCC Champions Perry Carter 2010 Second Place National HSCC Finalists NBDPA’s Outstanding Chapter President for 2010 Local team shown with Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Gary Perry Carter (left) shown presenting speaker’s Roughead (center) after receiving scholarships and awards in 2010 award to MGEN Ronnie Hawkins, USAF, DISA’s Vice Director, for annual awards banquet keynote.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DC Contact Us • BDPA-DC Executive Committee CY-2010/2011 – Perry Carter, Chapter President | perry@bdpa.org -or- bdpapcx@aol.com – Ravenna Chase, Vice President Finance – Dr. Jesse Bemley, Vice President Strategy & Planning – Edward Yeldell, Vice President Membership Management – Jamila Hashil, Vice President Membership Services – Marcella Black-Caro, Immediate Past President • BDPA-DC Chapter Websites, I.T. Events, and eMail – www.ncr-bdpa.org – www.bdpatoday.org -or- http://bdpa-dc.groupsite.com – WashingtonDC@bdpa.org • BDPA-DC Federal Procurement Data – CAGE/NCAGE Code: 5FBU8 – DUNS Number: 828023452 – EIN: 52-1346530 • BDPA-DC Phone Numbers – National Office: 800.727.BDPA (2372) – Chapter President: 703.627.8257 (Mobile) – Local eFax: 301.576.5456Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  • DCBDPA Washington, D.C. Chapter Overview www.ncr-bdpa.org | www.bdpatoday.org Fiscal Year 2011 • Program Support RequestsAdvancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM