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CES Government 2011 Program

  1. 1. 2011 contentsWelcome Letter 1Government Business Executive Forum (GBEF) 2Conference Agenda 3-6Biographies Of Speakers and Panelists 7 - 15Registration List 16 - 19
  2. 2. 2011On behalf of the Government Business Executive Forum, which serves as the conference advisory board,welcome to CES Government 2011 and International CES.You are among 200 senior participating private and public sector executives whose primary business ormission interest directly intersect the acquisition and application of technology in government. And youare among more than 120,000 business, government and media professionals who together compriseInternational CES.We hope you find our program this year provocative and timely.“Protecting Borders” to include land, air,water, and importantly, the borders of critical communications networks and IT infrastructure, is especiallyimportant this tenth anniversary year of that tragic September day that forever changed the United Statesand the world.A sub-theme of our program is the importance of disciplined cooperation across jurisdictions ofgovernment and industry - local, state, Federal, foreign and commercial - as essential to protectionof national borders.As a conference, CES Government continues its evolution toward an annual symposium attractinggovernment technology and management executives - public and private sectors - from around theworld. Our vision is for the conference to serve as the binding event for a globally-connected network ofprofessionals who communicate and coordinate on public sector technology applications.Equally important to the agenda is the interaction with peers and the building of relationships.A schedule of disciplined but informal activities has been designed to encourage this interaction.These are challenging times in uncharted waters. And that makes the discussions held here especiallyimportant. We appreciate your participation and hope you find your time in Las Vegas valuable and yourNew Year rewarding in every way. Donald W. Upson Gary Shapiro Steven Vito Partner, President and CEO, Partner, UpsonVito Consumer Electronics UpsonVito Association
  3. 3. The GBEF is a membership organization comprised of senior executives from the government contractorcommunity. The GBEF meets quarterly with each meeting featuring market research & analysis, speakers &authors, and lively discussion - all aligned with a specific business topic for that meeting.Our mission is to satisfy our members’ unique information needs as we provide them the forum to expand theirpeer network.The GBEF also represents the advisory board for the program for the annual CES Government Conference heldeach year in conjunction with International CES, the world’s largest technology showcase.If you are interested in joining the GBEF, please contact either Don Upson, dupson@upsonvito.com,or Steve Vito, svito@upsonvito.comFor 2011, the tentative schedule and themes for the GBEF meetings are:Date Theme:February State Of The ContractorApril International Public Sector Market – Opportunities and PitfallsSummer The Financial Perspective of ContractorsOctober The Political Trends Impacting Contractors Members Of The Government Business Executive ForumCraig Abod Paul Garver Harry Martin Woody TalcovePresident/CEO, VP, Public Sector, President/CEO, CEO,Carahsoft Technology Quest Software Intelligent Decisions LexisNexis SpecialBrad Antle Ellen Glover Mark Meudt Barry WestCEO, Executive Vice President, VP Marketing, Executive VP,Salient Solutions ICF International General Dynamics IT SE SolutionsTony Bardo Diana Gowen Dale Meyerrose Austin YerksAssistant VP, SVP & GM, Government, VP and General Manager, President, Defense,Hughes Qwest Communications Harris Corporation CSCTeresa Bozzelli Ivette Granier Smith Gary Newgaard Steven M. VitoVP Managing Director, President, SVP, Corporate Development, Partner,Sapient Government Triton Corporation ASRC Management Services Upson VitoPaul Burgess Lloyd Griffiths Jim Payne Donald UpsonPresident/CEO, Dean, SVP, National Security, Partner,Lattice Incorporated George Mason University Telcordia Upson VitoTeresa Carlson Kevin Hair Gary ShapiroAmazon.com VP Corporate Business, President/CEO,Worldwide Public Sector Syracuse Research Consumer Electronics AssociationBelinda Coleman Tom Hewitt Sudhakar ShenoyPresident/CEO, President, Chairman and CEO,The Coleman Group Hewitt & Associates IMCJerry Edgerton Anthony Jimenez Tom SistiExecutive Vice President President/CEO, Director, Chief Legislative,Core180 MicroTech SAPChristopher Fountain Tom Kriedler Paul SmithPresident/CEO, VP-Global Sales VP, Public Sector,SecureInfo Lumeta Red Hat
  4. 4. CES Government 2011P r o t e c t i n g 2011borders 2011 AGENDA tuesday january 4, 2011 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Conference Registration Opens Jasmine Registration North 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Government Business Executive Forum Reception - Nine Fine Irishmen, New York New York Hotel wednesday january 5, 2011 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM CES Government 2011 Golf Tournament Bali Hai Golf Club 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM Conference Registration Jasmine Registration North Executive Education Training Program “2011 Cyber Security Roadmap” Banyan C This executive training session offers training certificates of completion from The Graduate School 12:00 Luncheon “The Bad Guys Are Really Good at IT” Evan Kohlman, NBC News Analyst, SME on terrorism and technology 1:15 pm - 2:00 pm “FISMA Reform and Cyber Security: A New Direction From Congress” Ron Stroman, Staff Director, Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm “Making Smartphones and Smart Products Secure” Col. Earl Noble, PM, Network Enterprise Services, (AKO/DKO) 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm “A Government Executive’s Cyber Security Checklist” Mike Alcorn, Department of State, Office of Anti-Terrorism Assistance 3:34 pm - 4:30 pm “Cyber Security Requires Global Coordination” Donald Codling, Federal Bureau of Investigation 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Reception at The Mix, Mandalay Bay Co-host: Microsoft Corporation
  5. 5. thursday january 6, 2011 6:30 AM - 4:00 PM Conference Registration Jasmine Registration North 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Breakfast and Conversation Banyan A,B,C,D CES GOvERnMEnT 2010 South Seas F 8:00 AM - 8:15 AM Welcome CES Government 2011 Don Upson, Partner, UpsonVito 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM The Honorable Mark Warner U.S. Senate, Virginia 9:15 AM - 10:00 AM The World Is Flat, Small, Connected and Dangerous The Honorable Ian Liddell-Grainger Member of Parliament United Kingdom 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Working To Achieve Coordination and Cooperation Beyond National Boundaries Ms. Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley, Minister Counselor, Deputy Coordinator for Programs and Policy, Office of Coordinator for Counterterrorism, US Department of State 10:45 AM - 11:00 AM Coffee and Conversation Break Banyan A,B,C,D 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Technologies Government Needs Today Moderator: Barry West, Executive Vice President, SE Solutions Panelists: Col. Earl Noble, PM, US Army, Network Enterprise Services (AKO/DKO) Scott Charney, Corporate Vice President, Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft Corporation David Zeppieri, Chief Information Officer, Oversees Private Investment Corporation Melvin Cordova, Sr. Technology Transfer Officer, Office of Science and Technology Directorate for Technical Collection Defense Intelligence Agency 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Luncheon Banyan A,B,C,D “Protecting Borders Through Innovation and Technology” Mark Borkowski Office of Innovation and Technology Acquisition US Customs and Border Protection 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM Innovation, Technology and the 21st Century Warfighter Lieutenant General Michael Vane, US Army Director Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC)
  6. 6. 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM Outside Looking In - What Professional Observers Think Moderator: Woody Hall, VP, IT Strategy and CIO, General Dynamics Information Technology Panelists: Evan Kohlman, NBC News Analyst David Silverberg, Editor, Homeland Security Today Kevin Plexico, Senior Vice President, Input/Deltek 3:15 PM - 3:45 PM Congress Gets IT More Than You Might Think Ron Stroman, Staff Director, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform 4:00 PM - 4:05 PM Closing Comments Steven M. Vito, Partner, UpsonVito 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Reception At Margaritaville, Flamingo Hilton Hotel Co-host: Alcatel-Lucent, Verizon, LGS transportation provided friday january 7, 2011 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Breakfast and Conversation Banyan A,B,C,D CES GOvERnMEnT 2010 South Seas F 8:00 AM - 8:10 AM Day 2 Welcome Steven M. Vito, Partner, UpsonVito 8:10 AM - 9:00 AM Looking Forward With 9/11 Vision Richard Spires Chief Information Officer Department of Homeland Security 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM Border Protection: An Ally’s Perspective Dr. Mohamed Reda Chairman, IT Export Community of Egypt 9:45 AM - 10:35 AM Working With Allies Off The Battlefield Moderator: Bill Carroll, Senior Vice President, Strategic Programs, Silo Smashers Panelists: Mike Alcorn, State Department Donald Codling, Federal Bureau of Investigation
  7. 7. 10:35 AM - 10:50 AM Coffee and Conversation Break Banyan A,B,C,D 10:50 AM - 11:35 PM Managing Technology Across Jurisdictions Moderator: Anne Armstrong, President 1105 Government Information Panelists: Charles Armstrong, Chief Information Officer, US Customs and Border Protection Richard Spires, Chief Information Officer, Department of Homeland Security Kirit Amin, Chief Information Officer, Bureau of Consular Affairs, US Department of State Jeanmarie Davis, Director, Virginia Liaison Office 11:35 PM - 12:15 PM National Security, Border Protection And The New Game Honorable Darrell Issa Vice Chairman, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform 12:30 PM Bus Departs For International CES 2011
  8. 8. SPEAKERSPAnELISTSKirit AminChief Information Officer, Bureau of Consular Affairs and Directorfor the Office of Consular Systems & Technology, US Department of StateAs CA CIO and Director of CST, Mr. Amin is responsible for all CA IT programs, whichsupport the agency’s mission of protecting the lives and interests of American citizensoverseas and strengthening U.S. border security. Mr. Amin has a vision for creating aconsolidated person-centric IT environment, capable of adapting to new and emergingbusiness requirements. The Bureau of Consular Affairs serves as the public face of theDepartment of State for millions of United States citizens and foreign nationals aroundthe world.Mr. Amin has more than 30 years of experience in the management, leadership,engineering, design, implementation and direction of large systems integration projects,including the application of current technology to secure data and networkcommunications. Prior to joining CST in June 2007, Mr. Amin held key IT managementpositions at Nortel PEC Solutions, Vector Research, Inc., and Computer SciencesCorporation.Anne ArmstrongPresident, Government Information, 1105 Media Group Inc.Anne Armstrong has more than thirty years experience in technology journalism and publishing. She wasa member of the Federal Computer Week launch team in 1987, and has worked on both the editorialand business sides. She began her career as a science journalist, and started Langley Publications, aresearch and newsletter company. Armstrong served as president of Virginia’s Center for InnovativeTechnology (CIT) from 1999 to 2002. She holds degrees from Vanderbilt University and Johns HopkinsUniversity, and represents 1105 on ABM’s Government Affairs Committee.Mr. Charles R. ArmstrongAssistant Commissioner for the Office of Information and Technology, U.S. Customs and BorderProtection, Department of Homeland Security.Functional responsibilities include software development, infrastructure services and support, tacticalcommunications, the laboratory system and research and development functions, and IT moderniza-
  9. 9. tion initiatives supporting CBP’s core business processes. Additionally, as the Department of HomelandSecurity (DHS) Steward for network services, Mr. Armstrong is accountable for supporting the agency’srequirements for secure, reliable communications.Mr. Armstrong served as the DHS Deputy CIO where he was a champion of the Department’s ITinitiatives for improving the agency’s secure information sharing capabilities through the consolidationof infrastructure and strengthened security. Mr. Armstrong brings with him over 26 years of leadershipand technology experience in the operations and management of IT.Mr. Mark S. BorkowskiComponent Acquisition Executive & Assistant Commissioner,Office of Technology Innovation and AcquisitionU.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)Mark Borkowski became the Assistant Commissioner for the Office of Technology Innovation and Ac-quisition (OTIA) with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) of the Department of Homeland Security(DHS) in July 2010. He is responsible for ensuring technology efforts are properly focused on mission andwell integrated across CBP and for strengthening effectiveness in acquisition and program manage-ment. In addition to being the Assistant Commissioner for OTIA, Mr. Borkowski serves as CBP’s Compo-nent Acquisition Executive (CAE) responsible for ensuring acquisitions support a mission requirement, arecost effective and are integrated across all of CBP where appropriate.Prior to his appointment as Assistant Commissioner, Mr. Borkowski served as Executive Director of the Se-cure Border Initiative (SBI) Program Executive Office (PEO). As Executive Director, Mr. Borkowski overssawthe Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) implementation of SBI at U.S. Customs and Border Protec-tion (CBP), and oversaw SBI’s continued efforts to develop border security resources that will provideenhanced situational awareness for frontline CBP personnel along the U.S. borders.Before assignment to SBI, Mr. Borkowski served as the Executive Director for Mission Support at Head-quarters, United States Border Patrol. In this role, he supported the Chief of the Border Patrol in execut-ing the Border Patrol’s $2 billion annual budget and in managing a total workforce in excess of 17,000agents and support personnel.William CarrollSenior vice President, Strategic ProgramsWilliam Carroll is Senior Vice President of Strategic Programs at SiloSmashers, where he leverages his ex-perience and his government and industry network to strategically position the company in the marketplace and identify business opportunities in the areas of Program Management Support, PerformanceManagement, and IT Security, in the public sector.Mr. Carroll has over 35 years of experience in operational management and program management in
  10. 10. homeland security, the Federal Law Enforcement community, and the Intelligence community. He hadan outstanding 27-year career in the Immigration and Naturalization Service, retiring as the District Direc-tor of the Washington DC Capitol Region. The United States Immigration Service now comprises the fivemajor Agencies within the Department of Homeland Security: CBP, ICE, DRO, CIS, and U.S. Border Patrol.Mr. Carroll has also served as a subject area expert, providing consulting services on business strategyand operational/program management to many Fortune 500 companies.Today, Mr. Carroll remains a prominent authority on law enforcement and homeland security issues.Scott CharneyCorporate vice President for Trustworthy Computing, MicrosoftTrustworthy Computing is Microsoft’s effort to help ensure secure, private and reliable computing. Aspart of this effort, the Trustworthy Computing team works with business groups throughout the companyto ensure their products and services adhere to Microsoft’s security and privacy policies. It also engageswith governments, industry partners, and computer users on important security and privacy issues suchas critical infrastructure protection, software assurance, and identity management.Mr. Charney served as Chief of the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section in the CriminalDivision of the U.S. Department of Justice. As the leading federal prosecutor for computer crimes from1991 to 1999, he • helped prosecute major hacker cases and co-authored numerous documents, including • the Federal Guidelines for Searching and Seizing Computers • the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act of 1996 • the federal computer crime sentencing guidelines • the Criminal Division’s (DOJ) policy on appropriate computer use and workplace monitoring.He also chaired the Group of Eight nations Subgroup on High-Tech Crime, served as Vice Chair andHead of the U.S. delegation to the Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Global Cryptography Policy for the Or-ganization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), was a member of the U.S. delegationto the OECD’s Group of Experts on Security, Privacy and Intellectual Property Rights in the Global Infor-mation Infrastructure, and was a member of the Clinton Administration’s Information Infrastructure TaskForce, serving on the Privacy Working Group that published principles for handling personally identifiableinformation.Donald CodlingUnit Chief, FBI Cyber Crime DivisionDonald Codling has been with the FBI for more than 20 years working in a variety of investigative pro-grams including Violent Crime, Foreign Counter-Intelligence, Technical Operations, Undercover Opera-tions and Cyber Crime Operations.
  11. 11. Codling currently serves as Unit Chief and DHS Liaison, Cyber Division, FBI in Washington, D.C. Unit ChiefCodling has been the lead investigator or supervisor on numerous major domestic and international cy-ber crime cases, counter-terrorism cases, counter-intelligence cases, and long-term undercover operations.He has also served as assistant FBI Legal attaché in Paris, France as well as Bridgetown, Barbados. Hispostings in the FBI have been in San Diego, Los Angeles, Dallas and Washington DC. He serves as chair-man of an international cyber crime working group consisting of the heads of Cyber Crime InvestigativeDepartments of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.Melvin CordovaSenior Program ManagerOffice of Science and TechnologyDefense Intelligence AgencyMr. Cordova joined the DIA CoS Office in April 2008 to maximize the value of the In-Q-Tel technologyefforts and implement horizontal integration across MASINT, HUMINT, Analysis, and IT. He is an effectiveleader in the identification, development, commercialization and efficient deployment of innovativetechnologies into defense and intelligence applications.In 2004, Mr. Cordova joined DIA and deployed to Iraq leading the team that provided oversight of allIraq Survey Group contracts. In 2005, Mr. Cordova joined the Defense HUMINT Management Officeas a Senior Program Manager, assigned to the Technology Tradecraft Division. In this capacity he ledtechnology efforts focused on achieving interoperability by seeking a common technology base. Mr.Cordova enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1979 as an Interior Communications Electrician and served 22 yearsin a variety of duties, such as; technician, Recruiter, Chief Engineer, and Senior Enlisted Advisor.Military awards and decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation,Army Commendation, and Navy Achievement.Ian Liddell-GraingerMember of Parliament, United KingdomMr. Grainger was first elected as a Conservative Member of Parliament for Brudgewater and West Som-erset in the June, 2001 General Election. Four years later he returned with an increased majority. Hecontinues to serve as a Major in the Territorial Army.Since his first election, Mr. Grainger has served as a member of the Public Administration Select Commit-tee, where he is involved in a number of technology issues, to include information security, emergencycommunications. He is a recognized and respected leader on issues of national defense and continuesto participate in the Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme which is intended to further Members of Par-liament’s understanding of the Armed Forces. He is Vice Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group
  12. 12. on Nuclear Energy and Chairman of the All Party Group on the Pharmaceutical Industry.He is a committed advocate for children with learning disabilities and is especially committed to movingappreciation for dyslexia higher up the national political agenda.Mr. Grainger has been reselected as official candidate of the Conservative Party to stand for re-electionin the forthcoming 2010 General ElectionHonorable Darrell IssaChairman, House Government Reform and Oversight CommitteeFirst elected to Congress in 2000, Darrell Issa was recently named Chairman of the powerful HouseGovernment Reform Committee for the 112th Congress. He is perhaps Congress’ most knowledgeablevoice on technology issues and will play the pivotal role in the 112th Congress on issues affecting out-sourcing, government contracting and procurement.Representative Issa founded Directed Electronics, the Vista, California based industry-leading manufac-turer of automobile security and convenience products. Issa has served as Chairman of the ConsumerElectronics Association, served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Electronics Industry As-sociation, and as Director of the San Diego Economic Development Association and the Greater SanDiego County Chamber of Commerce. In 1994, Issa received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award fromInc. Magazine, Ernst & Young, and The San Diego Union-Tribune.Evan KohlmannEvan Kohlmann is an NBC News terrorism analyst and commentator. He is a private sector InternationalTerrorism Consultant who has spent over a decade tracking Al-Qaida and other terrorist organizations.Mr. Kohlmann has amassed one of the world’s most extensive open source databases on terrorism, ter-rorist organizations and terrorist activities. He currently works as a senior investigator for the Nine ElevenFinding Answers (NEFA) Foundation--and has also served at various times as a contract consultant in ter-rorism matters on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Justice, the FederalBureau of Investigation (FBI), the Office of the High Representative (OHR) in Bosnia-Herzegovina, theInternational Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTFY) at the Hague, the Australian FederalPolice (AFP), the U.K. Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), Scotland Yard’s SO-15 Counter Terrorism Com-mand, the Central Scotland Police, West Yorkshire Police, and the Danish Security and IntelligenceService (PET).Mr. Kohlmann is a regular, lead technical witness in the prosecution of terrorists in a number of countries,including the United States and the United Kingdom.
  13. 13. Charles B. Mudd, Jr.PresidentCharles Mudd is the President of SiloSmashers. One of our firm’s two partners, he has more than 30 yearsof experience in industry and government. Prior to joining SiloSmashers, Mr. Mudd worked with large na-tional and international companies. Throughout his career, he directed the acquisition and integrationof more than 10 firms into existing organizations throughout the U.S. He increased the profitability andmarketing effectiveness of these organizations and led the formation and implementation of more than15 joint ventures with major national and international companies.Colonel Earl D. nobleProject Manager, Army Knowledge OnlineColonel Earl Noble has served as Project Manager for Network Enterprise Services on Fort Belvoir, VAsince June 2008. In his role as Project Manager, COL Noble oversees Product Director Army KnowledgeOnline/Defense Knowledge Online, Product Manager Area Processing Center, Product Director DefenseMessaging System – Army and Product Director Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Enterprise Systemsand Services. He is also responsible for the Army’s Go Mobile initiative.He began his career in 1985 when he was commissioned in Field Artillery, served tours with 1st Cavalryand 2nd Infantry Divisions, and worked his way up from Fire Direction Officer to Battery Commander.In 1992, he joined the Army Acquisition Corps and operated computer networks for the U.S. Army FieldArtillery School and the Army Test Command. Later, he became Assistant Project Manager for BradleyFighting Vehicles, which then followed a tour in the Pentagon with the Army’s Objective Force TaskForce. COL Noble was selected in 2003 as Product Manager for Defense-Wide Transmission Systems andtravelled around the globe providing communications support to the Warfighter. In 2004, he assumed re-sponsibility for coordinating communication projects in Afghanistan and in the Green Zone in Baghdad.He returned to the Pentagon in 2006 to serve as Executive Officer to the Deputy for Acquisition andSystems Management and then as Director of Future Force Integration. COL Noble’s military awardsinclude the Meritorious Service Medal.Dr. Mohamed RedaDr. Mohamed Reda is the Chairman of Allied Soft Group Switzerland, Chairman and CEO of Allied SoftEgypt, AITS Egypt, Education Pro Active Group, Data Pro, and Allied Consultants. Due to his professionalbackground and business network in Egypt as IT industry leader he has been elected as: Chairman ITEC(Information Technology Export Community) and Chairman of IT Committee of EBA (Egyptian BusinessAssociation). In addition, he is the board member of The Egyptian British Business Council, The EgyptianCanadian Business Council, The Egyptian Indian Business Council; board member of the GROW IT pro-gram and Export rebate program in Egypt at ITIDA (the Information Technology Industry DevelopmentAgency). After studying at Cairo University, Economics and Political Science, he earned his PhD in Artifi-cial Intelligence, CM, Pennsylvania, USA. He started his carrier with Westinghouse Corporation in USA. In1990 he started the Allied Group until now.
  14. 14. Stephen M. RyanStephen M. Ryan is considered one of Washington’s premier crisis management, ethics and governmentcontracting attorneys.Mr. Ryan is a partner and head of the Government Strategies and Government Contracts PracticeGroups in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP. Steve is based in the Washington, D.C. office.The Firm has 15 offices, including the major U.S. cities and Shanghai, Brussels, London, and other foreignoffices. He provides lobbying, litigation and counseling services for the information technology com-munity. He is an expert in government contract law, and litigates such cases. He has broad experiencein addressing the combined legal, political and press-related challenges stemming from Congressionaloversight and investigation.Steve has experience in all branches of the U.S. Government. He served as General Counsel to theU.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, chaired by the Honorable John Glenn, concentrat-ing on the Committee’s work in government procurement of information technology, the work of theInspectors General, and other procurement-related activity. Steve served as Deputy Counsel of thePresident’s Commission on Organized Crime, directing investigations against La Cosa Nostra and othercriminal groups during the Reagan Administration. He also served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney inWashington, D.C., prosecuting criminal cases. Steve served as an advisor to the Latvian, Polish andother Eastern European governments after Soviet rule ended. He served as the law clerk for the Honor-able Robert A. Grant, U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Indiana.Steve earned his J.D. from the Notre Dame Law School and his B.S. from Cornell University, and practicesin the District of Columbia.Richard A. SpiresChief Information OfficerDepartment of Homeland SecurityIn this position Mr. Spires is responsible for the department’s $6.4 billion investment in Information Tech-nology (IT). He leads and facilitates the development, implementation, and maintenance of the de-partment’s IT architecture. Mr. Spires is the chairman of the DHS Chief Information Officer Council andthe Enterprise Architecture Board. He strongly supports the Secretary’s goal of unifying and maturingDHS–one DHS, one enterprise, a shared vision, with integrated results-based operations. Mr. Spires alsoserves on the Federal CIO Council, where he chairs the Best Practices Committee and co-chairs theFederal Data Center Consolidation Initiative.Mr. Spires held a number of positions at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) from 2004 through 2008. Heserved as the Deputy Commissioner for Operations Support, having overall responsibility for the keysupport and administrative functions for the IRS, to include IT, Human Capital, Finance, Shared Services,Real Estate, and Security functions. Prior to becoming Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Spires served as theIRS’ CIO, with overall strategic and operational responsibility for a $2 billion budget and a 7,000-personModernization and Information Technology Services organization.
  15. 15. Donald W UpsonPartner: Upsonvito, LLCDonald W Upson is a founding partner of UpsonVito, a marketing firm specializing in the governmenttechnology and management sectors, and in assisting companies and governments in acquiring andutilizing information and communications technologies to meet government challenges and improveservice delivery.UpsonVito organizes the government technology sector’s premier annual policy conference, CES Gov-ernment, which is held annually in partnership with International CES. The firm also manages the Gov-ernment Business Executive Forum, an elite organization of business executives whose primary businessinterest is the government technology and management arena.For more than three decades Upson has held senior management positions in government and privatesector organizations. He served as Virginia’s first Secretary of Technology, staff director of what now isthe House Government Reform and Oversight Committee and chief of staff to former New York Con-gressman Frank Horton (R-NY)Lieutenant General Michael A. vaneDeputy Commanding General, Futures and Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center, U.S. ArmyTraining and Doctrine CommandLieutenant General Vane assumed duties as Deputy Commanding General, Futures and Director of theArmy Capabilities Integration Center on 20 August 2007 after serving on the Joint Staff as the Vice Direc-tor for Force Structure, Resources, and Assessment (J8).In this position he is responsible to the Commanding General, TRADOC, for the design, development,and integration, into a joint warfighting environment, from concept to capability, all aspects of theFuture Force.Lieutenant General Michael A. Vane graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Pointin 1975 and was initially commissioned as a signal officer. He transitioned to Air Defense Artillery wherehe has commanded at all levels, from platoon, battery, battalion, brigade, Air and Missile DefenseCommand (AAMDC), and as Commanding General, US Army Air Defense Artillery Center and Fort Bliss,Texas.In over thirty years of active duty, he has also held various positions of responsibility in the force devel-opment community serving within the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), as part of the ArmyStaff, and most recently on the Joint Staff.
  16. 16. His unique assignments include serving as: Aide-de-Camp to the Supreme Allied Commander, Europeduring Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm; Commander of the 4th Battalion, 3d ADA (Bradley/Stinger Fighting Vehicle-BSFV), 3d Infantry Division (Mechanized), Germany; Commander of the 11th AirDefense Artillery Brigade, Third US Army, Fort Bliss, Texas; Commanding General, 32nd AAMDC at Fort Bliss,and as Director for Doctrine, Concepts and Strategy for TRADOC.Barry C. WestExecutive vice PresidentSE Solutions Inc.Barry West is a senior-level executive with over 25 years of IT experience.Prior to joining SE Solutions, Mr. West’s government career highlights include service as CIO to the US De-partment of Commerce, FEMA and the National Weather Service. He also held senior technology man-agement positions at GSA and Census, and he is a United States Air Force veteran.West served two terms as president of the American Council on Technology where he represented theUnited States at international technology forums and symposiums. In addition, Mr. West is an adjunct pro-fessor for the at the graduate school of the University of Maryland where he also sits on the advisory board.Gina Abercrombie-WinstanleyDeputy Coordinator, Program DirectorateOffice of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism, United States Department of StateMs. Abercrombie Winstanley is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service with the rank of Minister-Counselor and she serves as one of our Nation’s top counter terrorism officials.Minister-Counselor Winstanley joined the Foreign Service in 1985 and served as Consul in Baghdad,before being posted to Jakarta and Cairo. She then served as Special Assistant for Middle Eastern andAfrican Affairs to Deputy, and later, Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger. After a year of advancedArabic, she served as Political Officer at the Embassy in Tel Aviv with responsibility for the Gaza Strip.Before her posting as Director of the Office of Egypt and the Levant under the Bureau of Near EasternAffairs where she handled the countries of Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, and Jordan, she served as Chairwomanfor Middle East Area Studies at the Foreign Service Institute--the premier training facility for U.S. Diplomats;as Consul General in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Policy Advisor to the Director of the Near East–South AsiaCenter for Strategic Studies at the Department of Defense; Senior Advisor for Middle Eastern Affairs atUSUN; Director for Near East South Asian Affairs with responsibility for the Arabian Peninsula at the NationalSecurity Council of the White House; and Director for Legislative Affairs, also at the NSC. Her career alsoincludes service on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee under then-Chairman Joseph Biden.
  17. 17. Registration ListFirst name Last name Company TitleFirst Name Last Name Company TitleGina Abercrombie-Winstanley Department of State Deputy Coordinator for Programs, Policy and BudgetHoward Ady CGI Federal Vice PresidentManish Agarwal Attain CTOMichael Agrillo OnPoint EVPMichael Alcorn ATA, U.S. Department of State Program ManagerRalph Alexander Lattice IncorporatedRobert Allen Trustwave Government Solutions, Account ExecutiveKirit Amin State Department CIO for CAKen Ammon Looking Glass CEOWes Anderson Microsoft General ManagerBrad Antle Salient Federal Solutions, Inc. President & CEOAnne Armstrong 1105 Government Information PresidentCharles R. Armstrong U.S. Customs & Border Protection Assistant CommissionerCurt Aubley Lockheed Martin VP, CTONigel Ballard Intel Federal Marketing ManagerAlan Balutis Cisco Systems, Inc. Director and Distinguished FellowTony Bardo Hughes Network Systems Asst VP, Government SolutionsGreg Baroni Attain, LLC Chairman and CEOJulie Barth SAIC Business Development ManagerRay Baxter Qwest Government Services, Inc. DirectJennifer Berman MicroTech, LLC Director of SalesTony Blair IBM Account ExecutiveJim Blanco JAB Solutions PresidentMark Borkowski US Customs and Border Protection Assistant CommissionerSteve Boyd UpsonVitoTeresa Bozzelli Sapient Vice PresidentBarbara Ellen Bridges Par Excellence PresidentMatt Brooks Capgemini Government Solutions National Security BD Senior ManagerChris Brown IBM DHS Solutions SpecialistPaul Brubaker Cisco Systems Senior DirectorLisa Bruch Qwest Government Services, Inc. Regional Vice President Govt SalesPaul Burgess Lattice Incorporated CEODennis Callahan General Dynamics Information Technology Sr. Director, Business DevelopmentGreg Callen Daston Corporation Senior Vice PresidentTeresa Carlson Microsoft Corporation VP, US FEDERAL SALESShawn Carroll Qwest Government Services Director, EngineeringWilliam Carroll SiloSmashers Senior Vice President, Strategic ProgramsPeter Cevenini Cisco Systems, Inc Education LeadScott Charney Microsoft Corporation Corporate Vice President, Trustworthy ComputingDaniel Chun Occam Solutions PresidentCharles Church Sevatec VPRoseanne Cinnamond Vion Corporation Director Of Marketing And ProposalsJoy Cioci Joy Cioci, LLC CEOCurt Clifton Dickstein Shapiro LLP Senior Legislative AdvisorDonald Codling F.B.I. Senior AgentJohn Coe Booz Allen Hamilton Senior AssociateBill Cole The Coleman Group, Inc. Chief Operating OfficerChris Cole Blackstone Technology Group Senior ManagerBelinda Coleman Coleman Group Inc, The PresidentMarcus Collier General Dynamics Information Technology Senior VPLynne Corddry Red Hat, Inc VP Business Development PSMelvin Cordova Defense Intelligence Agency Sr. Technology Transfer OfficerThomas Cowell IBM Software ManagerKathleen Cowles LGS DirectorMartin Cummings Daon VP, Strategic Market DevelopmentClint Cunningham US Army MajorJeremiah Cunningham Technical Communities Vice PresidentBrett Davis Microsoft Account ExecutiveJeannemarie Davis Commonwealth of Virginia DC LiasonThomas Davis Deloitte Director, Federal Government RelationsWayne Davis Qwest Dir Business DevelopmentFrank Deffer DHS-OIG AIG for Information Technology AuditsAmir Dehdashty HUGHES SENIOR SALES DIRECTORJon DeLapp CIBER Dir. Business Development DHSTim Dowd TPD Consulting LLC PrincipalCyril Draffin Northrop Grumman Vice President, Homeland SecurityPaul Druckman Accenture Vice President, DHS Business DevelopmentMichael Edrington Defense Media Activity Deputy Director, DIMOCCarrie Edwards White and Partners Executive Vice PresidentMarlin Edwards Jr. ManTech International Corporation Vice PresidentRobert Effinger US Army Division Chief, S&T Div, ARCICRobert Efrus Van Scoyoc Associates Vice PresidentBob Elfanbaum Asynchrony Solutions General ManagerSteve Elfanbaum Asynchrony Solutions President
  18. 18. Jon DeLapp CIBER Dir. Business Development DHS Tim Dowd TPD Consulting LLC Principal Registration List Cyril Paul Draffin Druckman Northrop Grumman Accenture Vice President, Homeland Security Vice President, DHS Business Development Michael Edrington Defense Media Activity Deputy Director, DIMOC Carrie Edwards White and Partners Executive Vice President First name Last name Company Title Marlin Edwards Jr. ManTech International Corporation Vice President Robert Effinger US Army Division Chief, S&T Div, ARCIC Robert Efrus Van Scoyoc Associates Vice President Bob Elfanbaum Asynchrony Solutions General Manager Steve Elfanbaum Asynchrony Solutions President Jerry Elmquist Qwest Business Development Manager Richard Erredge US Air Force Reserve Commander, 934 Communication Flight Michael Everitt CGI Federal Director - Business Development David Fairchild Criterion Systems VP Business Development Christopher Felix Verizon Wireless Vice-President ñ Federal Government Sales & Operat kenneth folderauer TW Telecom Vice president - Public Sector Jane Forman CACI Senior Vice President Chris Fountain Secure Info President and CEO Mike Fox Attain, LLC VP and Chief Strategy Officer Jim Fraley ReliaSource Vice President Tom Frana ViON Corporation President and CEO Brent Franzel Cardinal Point Partners Principal Marshall Frith ManTech International Corporation Project Manager Nathalie Garcia Department of National Defence Joint Operations 2 Public Affairs Regina Gibson OnPoint Consulting, Inc. Vice President, Business Development Victor Giordano Digital Management Vice President Allen Golland DRS Technologies CIO Christopher Goode Akin Gump Policy Advisor Diana Gowen Qwest Sr. Vice President Government SalesIvette Ivette Granier-Smith Granier-Smith Project Performance Corporation Project Performance Corporation President PresidentAndrew Andrew Gravatt Gravatt National Defense University, iCollege National Defense University, iCollege Department Chair Department ChairBrenton Brenton Greene Greene Telcordia Telcordia President - Advanced Technology Solutions President - Advanced Technology SolutionsLloyd Lloyd Griffiths Griffiths George Mason University George Mason University Dean DeanVince Vince Gwiazdowski Gwiazdowski Northrop Grumman Northrop Grumman Director DirectorBrett Brett Haan Haan Deloitte Deloitte Principal PrincipalCarol Carol Haave Haave Xceedium Xceedium Advisor AdvisorKevin Kevin Hair Hair SRC, Inc. SRC, Inc. Vice President Vice PresidentWoody Woody Hall Hall General Dynamics Information Technology General Dynamics Information Technology CIOCIOMatt Matt Harcourt Harcourt Lexis Nexis Lexis Nexis VP, Strategic Alliances VP, Strategic AlliancesTimTim Hartman Hartman Government Executive Media Group Government Executive Media Group GlennGlenn Hazard Hazard Xceedium Xceedium CEO CEOGillian Gillian Heltai Heltai Comscore Comscore Director DirectorMike Mike Hettinger Hettinger Grant Thornton Grant Thornton Executive Director Executive DirectorThomas Thomas Hewitt Hewitt Hewitt Consulting Hewitt Consulting President PresidentJimJim Huske Huske Graduate School Graduate School Chief of of Staff Chief StaffDarrell Darrell Issa Issa USUS Congress Congress Congressman CongressmanSuzie Suzie Jaworowski Jaworowski White and Partners White and Partners Vice President Vice PresidentBrian Brian Jenkins Jenkins Rand Corporation Rand Corporation Senior Advisor Senior AdvisorFinFin Johnson Johnson Ahtna Facility Services, Inc. Ahtna Facility Services, Inc. Security Division Manager Security Division ManagerGilGil Johnson Johnson LGS LGS Deputy Operations Deputy OperationsJohn John Johnson Johnson Deepwaterpoint Deepwaterpoint Parner ParnerRick Rick Jones Jones Cisco Cisco Director, Strategic Relations Director, Strategic RelationsKenneth Kenneth Kaizer Kaizer Lattice Government Services Lattice Government Services President PresidentGoldy Goldy Kamali Kamali FedScoop FedScoop Founder FounderEllis Ellis Khan Khan Booz Allen Hamilton Booz Allen Hamilton Regional Manager Regional ManagerJason Jason Kimrey Kimrey Intel Corporation Intel Corporation Director, Intel Federal Director, Intel FederalLawrence Lawrence Knosp Knosp LGB & Associates, Inc LGB & Associates, Inc Executive VPVP and COO Executive and COORyan Ryan Kociolek Kociolek CSC CSC Director, Business Development Director, Business DevelopmentEvan Evan Kohlmann Kohlmann Global Terror Alert Global Terror Alert President PresidentMichael Sunnie Michael Sunnie Kpullum Kpullum Immigration Department Immigration Department Administrative Assistant Administrative AssistantPaul Paul Krein Krein Deloitte Consulting, LLP Deloitte Consulting, LLP Specialist Leader Specialist LeaderElizabeth Elizabeth Krowne Krowne Krowne Cosulting, LLC Krowne Cosulting, LLC CEO, Owner CEO, OwnerBrooke Brooke Kyle Kyle NetApp NetApp Account Executive Account ExecutiveAlan Alan Lawrence Lawrence Cisco Systems Cisco Systems Senior Director - Strategic Programs Senior Director - Strategic ProgramsIanIan Liddell-Grainger Liddell-Grainger UK Parliament UK Parliament Member of of Parliament Member ParliamentKristen Kristen Lillard Lillard Blackstone Technology Group Blackstone Technology Group Senior Manager Senior ManagerGary Gary Loyd Loyd Centurion Research Solutions, LLC Centurion Research Solutions, LLC CEO CEOThanh Thanh LuuLuu ManTech International Corporation ManTech International Corporation Program Director Program DirectorSerge Serge Matta Matta Comscore Comscore Executive Vice President Executive Vice PresidentJack Jack Maykoski Maykoski Graduate School Graduate School Director, New Program Development Director, New Program DevelopmentBernard Bernard McMc Monagle Monagle Verizon Wireless Verizon Wireless Verizon Wireless Director Federal Government Data Verizon Wireless Director Federal Government DataPatrick Patrick McCollum McCollum Army GoGo Mobile Army Mobile Senior Technical Engineer Senior Technical EngineerRayRay McDuffie McDuffie Dell Dell Director, Strategic Programs Director, Strategic ProgramsDale Dale Meyerrose Meyerrose Cyber Integrated Solutions Cyber Integrated Solutions VPVP GM & & GMLuisa Luisa Miller-Hughley Miller-Hughley Alcatel-Lucent Alcatel-Lucent Director, Data Solution Sales Director, Data Solution SalesDebbie Taylor Debbie Taylor Moore Moore CyberZephyr CyberZephyr CEO CEO
  19. 19. Registration ListFirst name Last name Company TitleSusan Morrison Capgemini Government Solutions Business DevelopmentCharles Mudd SiloSmashers PresidentChris Munley Booz Allen Hamilton PrincipalBrian Murphy Cyber-Ark Software Federal Account ExecutiveKelli Murphy UnisysEarl Noble US Army ColonelEngineer Roien Noori Black Eagle Road Building and Construction Company Request Construction and Logistic Projects OffersJim Nordhausen Mainline Information Systems Account ExecutiveMatt OFlynn Fidelis Security DirectorJesse OGorman Blackstone Technology Group Partner/Managing DirectorSteve OKeeffe OKeeffe & Company Founder & PrincipalBryant Ong AKO IT SpecialistMichael Peacock Peacock PresidentDavid Peed Ciena Vice PresidentJoseph Pendry General Dynamics IT Director of Marketing & CommunicationsGreg Peratt Panasonic Solutions Company Director, Video SolutionsRick Perry ARRAY Information TechnologyAnne Petera Lockheed Martin Director, Homeland Security ProgramsChas Phillips Phillips Consulting PresidentSterling Phillips GTSI CEO & PresidentKevin Plexico Input Vice President Chief Technology OfficerJeff Posey Emtec FederalStephen Power VMwareNitin Pradhan Transportation Department Chief Information OfficerJohn Przysucha Deep Water Point PartnerMatthew Pushkin Endgame Systems SVP and General Manager, FederalTom Ragland CACI Sr. VPMohamed Reda ITEC (IT Export Community of Egypt) DoctorJeff Remington Albuquerque Police Department LieutenantTarik Reyes Northrop Grumann Director of Business DevelopmentAndrew Robinson ICF International Senior VPPaul Robinson Defense Media Activity DAMSODan Roche DirectorRaymond Roman Defense Media Activity Operations OfficerAndrew Romanyk Romanyk Consulting Corp President & CEOJohn Rothenberger SE Solutions PresidentWilliam Rucker Trustwave Vice President, Government SolutionsJan Ruderman Panasonic Solutions Company Vice President, Government SalesDonna Ryan CGI Federal Senior Vice PresidentSteve Ryan McDermitt Will & Emery Partner, Director of Government Strategies and CoTony Sacco SAIC VP, EAGLE Program ManagerTim Schmidt Department of TransportationRich Schneider DRS Technologies CFOMark Schwartz U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services Chief Information OfficerMark Schwartz U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services Chief Information OfficerRaj Shah Sapient Government Services DirectorSudhakar Shenoy IMC, Inc. Chairman and CEODwight Z.K. Sheriff Government of Sierra LeoneDavid Silverberg DHS EditorJohn Simmons Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP Senior AdvisorHilery Sirpis Government Executive Media Group Vice PresidentChristian Smith Highland Technology Services Inc. VP OperationsJulie Smith Microsoft Corporation Events Marketing ManagerPaul Smith Red Hat, Inc VP & GM Public SectorTim Smith On Point Vice PresidentRob Spanswick Microsoft Corporation Federal ATU ManagerRichard Spires DHS CIOChristopher Steinbach The Newberry Group, Inc. Chairman & CEOCurt Steiner Motorola Sales DirectorRon Stroman Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Staff DirectorHaywood Talcove LexisNexis CEOGreg Taylor Qwest Government Services, Inc. Director - DoD SalesKris Teutsch Microsoft Corporation General Manager, NSGMark Tomizawa Peak Performance Networks FounderLen Trammelle NCI Information Systems, Inc. SVP - OperationsKyle Tucker PM NES / PM APC Assistant Project ManagerChristopher Turner A1C Partners, LLC Managing PrincipalDon Upson UpsonVito PartnerSarah Upson UpsonVitoMichael Vane US Army Lieutenant GeneralWray Varley Qwest Director Advanced Programs, DHS & DoJSteven Vito UpsonVito PartnerRichard Weeks Cyber-Ark Software VP Business DevelopmentBarry West SE Solutions Senior Vice President
  20. 20. Mark Tomizawa Peak Performance Networks FounderLen Trammelle NCI Information Systems, Inc. SVP - OperationsRegistration ListKyleChristopher Tucker Turner PM NES / PM APC A1C Partners, LLC Assistant Project Manager Managing PrincipalDon Upson UpsonVito PartnerSarah Upson UpsonVitoFirst name Last name Company TitleMichael Vane US Army Lieutenant GeneralWray Varley Qwest Director Advanced Programs, DHS & DoJSteven Vito UpsonVito PartnerRichard Weeks Cyber-Ark Software VP Business DevelopmentBarry West SE Solutions Senior Vice PresidentTony West Emtec Inc. Sr. Account ManagerBob Williams NetApp Federal Programs, DOJ/FBIBurl Williams ITG Integration Technology Group Business DevelopmentJim Williams Daon SVP, Global Professional ServicesDiane Winchell Qualcomm Incorporated Sr. Dir. Strat. Dev.Mark Wohlgemuth INPUT Strategic Business Development DirectorBill Womack Deloitte Senior ManagerMark Woody Lattice Government Services Senior AssociateTeresa Wysor eIQnetworks Regional Sales Manager FederalDavid Yang Sapient Government Services DirectorAustin Yerks CSC President, Business DevelopmentDendy Young McLean Capital, LLC Managing PartnerDavid Zeppieri Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) Chief Information OfficerMarc Zuffa SAIC Vice President, Business DevelopmentJoe Zuramski ReliaSource COO
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