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2022 Annual Conference Speakers

Gabe Camarillo
Under Secretary of the Army
The Honorable Gabe Camarillo was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on February 3, 2022 and sworn in as the 35th Under Secretary of the Army on February 8, 2022. As the Under Secretary of the Army, he is the Secretary of the Army’s senior civilian assistant and principal adviser on matters related to the management and operation of the Army. He is also the Chief Management Officer of the Army.
  Robin Carnahan
Administrator, U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)
Robin Carnahan currently serves as the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). As Administrator, she is working to empower GSA career professionals and build on the agency’s efforts to deliver the best value in real estate, acquisition, and technology services to the government and American people.
  Charlie Cook
Founder of The Cook Political Report, Political Analyst for the National Journal
Charlie Cook is widely regarded as one of the nation’s leading authorities on U.S. elections and political trends. Charlie founded the independent, non-partisan Cook Political Report in 1984, serving as Editor and Publisher until August 1, 2021 when Amy Walter took over those roles, ownership and management of the venerable newsletter. Charlie will remain as a contributor to the renamed “Cook Political Report with Amy Walter.” In addition to lecturing, Charlie will continue to write his weekly column for National Journal and serving as a political analyst for both National Journal and for NBC News. Cook is also a co-author of the 2020 and 2022 editions of The Almanac of American Politics.
  Jeffery A. Anderson
Deputy Chief, Programs Integration Division, Directorate of Civil Works, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Jeff Anderson, as the Deputy in the Programs Integration Division, is responsible to assist the Chief in the development, defense, and execution of the approximately $7 - $8 billion annual U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) Civil Works (CW) Program. The Corps CW Program provides the nation’s coastal and inland navigation channels; structural and non-structural flood damage reduction projects; and environmental restoration projects. The Corps lakes and reservoirs also provide water supply, recreation and hydropower in addition to their primary flood control and navigation purposes. The Corps also provides natural disaster response services to FEMA and manages the waterways regulatory program.
  Randall Burke
FAA Logistics Center Program Director, U.S. Department of Transportation
Randall “Randy” Burke was selected as the Director ATC Facilities and Engineering Services effective 6 June 2021.  He is one of the principal advisors to the Vice President, Technical Operations on air navigation facilities, services and infrastructure.  Mr. Burke executes his mission through a multi-layered, geographically- dispersed organization with a combined staff of over 1600 employees. Mr. Burke served as the Director Technical Operations Central Service Area from March 2020 through May 2021 and as the Director of the FAA Logistics Center from December 2016 through February 2020.  Prior to joining the FAA, Randy acquired over 29 years of aviation experience including 26 years as a US Air Force maintenance and logistics officer.   After leaving the USAF in 2013, he was the Vice President of Operations and Accountable Manager for a privately held LLC, leading a team responsible for inspection, repair, material management and production support of propeller systems for a worldwide customer base.

  Chris Hamm
Director, GSA FEDSIM
Chris Hamm is the Director of FEDSIM. Chris leverages 21 years of experience in managing complex acquisitions and project delivery to provide innovative solutions for FEDSIM clients. His organization manages over 1% of federal discretionary spending. Chris serves as GSA’s Acquisition Innovation Advocate and leads GSA’s implementation of Commercial Solutions Opening. He was recognized as one of the “FED100” by Federal Computer Week. He serves on the board of the American Council for Technology (ACT-IAC) and Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA).
  Barbara Morton
Deputy Veteran Experience Officer, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs 
Barbara C. Morton assumed her current duties in July 2016 as Deputy Chief Veterans Experience Officer, Veterans Experience Office (VEO), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). In this role Barbara co-leads VEO, the Secretary’s customer experience (CX) insight engine supporting and enabling the Department in providing the highest quality experiences in the delivery of care, benefits and memorial services to Service members, Veterans, their families, caregivers and survivors. Barbara is responsible for building a lasting CX capability at VA and sharing best practices across sister Federal Agencies, including The Customer Experience Cookbook, which serves as a CX practitioner’s guide to stand up and mature customer experience capabilities in government. She is a recipient of the 2021 Service to the Citizen Award for Government Executive of the Year (2021), 2019 Service to the Citizen Award and the 2019 Gears of Government President’s Award for her role in transforming VA’s capabilities to provide Veterans with an excellent customer experience.
  Steven Nickle
Executive Director, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Procurement)
Mr. Steven Nickle currently serves as the Executive Director, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Procurement) in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition). He is a senior subject matter expert for procurement policy and acquisition related business systems that support the operation of the Department of the Navy's worldwide, multibillion dollar acquisition system. Mr. Nickle is a principle advisor to the Navy Acquisition Executive for all procurement matters and also services as the Navy's Senior Services Manager.
  Kimberly Patrick
Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator, Office of Mission Support, Environmental Protection Agency

Kimberly Patrick is a native Washingtonian and a proud product of the DC Public School System. She is a 1993 graduate of Spelman College with a Bachelor of Science degree in physics, where she was a NASA Women in Science and Engineering Scholar. Ms. Patrick received her Juris Doctorate in 1996, from the Howard University School of Law. Kimberly began her legal career with EPA in the Office of Administration and Resources Management (now the Office of Mission Support), Office of Grants and Debarment as Debarment Counsel, where she protected the government’s business interest by initiating suspension and debarment actions, and negotiating settlement agreements, including settlements in excess of 1 million dollars. In June 2015, Kimberly was appointed to the Senior Executive Service, as the Director of EPA’s Office of Small Business Programs. In this role, Kimberly’s effective advocacy and management continued to ensure the agency’s success with small business utilization. In November 2016, Kimberly accepted the position as Director of the EPA's Office of Acquisition Solutions (OAS), and the Agency's Senior Procurement Executive (SPE). In this capacity Kimberly served as the Chair for the Agency’s Procurement Equity Workgroup, the Agency’s Senior Accountable Official for Supply Chain Risk Management, and the Senior Accountable Official for EPA’s Made-in-America implementation. In 2021, Kimberly was the recipient of the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Service, recognizing her career of leadership and service to EPA. On February 28, 2022, Kimberly became the Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator for the EPA Office of Mission support, continuing her commitment and service by providing leadership to the Agency’s information technology, human resources, facilities, contracting, and grants programs. 
  Bajinder Paul
Deputy Chief Information Officer (DCIO) for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Bajinder Paul serves as the Deputy Chief Information Officer (DCIO) for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).  In this role Mr. Paul leads the operational components of OCIO that include enterprise services end user support, network and infrastructure services, and OCIO resource management.  Mr. Paul has more than 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors with providing strategic and operational leadership in leading large, complex information technology (IT) organizations, programs, infrastructure and investments. He also has a solid reputation in reducing operational costs, while enhancing the customer/user experience.
  Pete Perez
Chief of Engineering and Construction, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Pete G. Perez is the Chief of Engineering and Construction Division for the US Army Corps of Engineers.  As Chief of E&C he serves as the technical director for engineering policies and procedures for all Military and Civil Works Programs. He is responsible for providing technical engineering policies and procedures for all Military and Civil Works Programs. In addition, he will serves as the National Dam Safety Officer with responsibility of ensuring public safety and flood management control across the United States. Prior to his current assignment Perez  was the Division Programs director for the Southwestern Division in Dallas Texas, managed the operations of the Regional Business Center and oversaw three divisions: the Business Technical Division, Business Management Division, and Business Resources Division. He was the lead liaison on efforts between regional boards and functional boards synchronizing activities with a particular focus on regional issues.
  Jaclyn Rubino
Executive Director, Strategic Programs Division, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Jaclyn Rubino serves as the Executive Director of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Strategic Programs Division (SPD) within the Office of the Chief Procurement Officer (OCPO) where she oversees the Department’s Category Management and Industry Engagement efforts. Ms. Rubino is a recognized leader in Category Management across the Government where she is widely sought after for her strategies and accomplishments in driving more efficient buying behaviors. In February 2016, Ms. Rubino was named by the Office of Management and Budget as the first Government-wide Security and Protection Category Manager responsible for developing and implementing government-wide strategies that align with established category management principles and methodologies. 
  Laura Stanton
Assistant Commissioner, Office of Information Technology Category, Federal Acquisition Service, U.S. General Services Administration
Laura Stanton is the Assistant Commissioner for the Office of Information Technology Category (ITC), in GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS). The Federal Acquisition Service provides buying platforms and acquisition services to Federal, DoD, State, and Local governments for a broad range of items from office supplies and motor vehicles to information technology and telecommunications products and services. As an organization within FAS, ITC provides access to a wide range of commercial and custom IT products, services, and solutions. 
  Simchah Suveyke-Bogin
Chief Customer Experience Officer, Office of Customer Experience, Departmental Administration, United States Department of Agriculture
Simchah Suveyke-Bogin joined USDA in May of 2020 as Chief Customer Experience Officer for the Office of Customer Experience. Armed with experience leading the Customer Experience Center of Excellence of the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Technology Transformation Services, Ms. Suveyke-Bogin previously helped implement user-centered practices and innovative solutions across the Government. More importantly, she helped spearhead changes that are still in place across USDA today.
Guy Torres
Deputy Chief Procurement Officer, Internal Revenue Service 
Guy Torres is the Deputy Chief Procurement Officer for the Internal Revenue Service, where he provides executive leadership and direction on all matters relating to the day to day operations of Procurement programs for the IRS, including planning, direction, coordination, and control. He oversees 400 plus Procurement personnel nationwide and the agency's annual contract obligations of over $3.5 billion. Additionally, he is responsible for the IT contractual commitments of Treasury Departmental Offices and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Guy is an influencer and trailblazer in the federal acquisition space. He brings over 25 years of success in leading people, driving results, and fostering a culture of inclusion, accountability, and employee recognition.  A strong proponent of innovation, Guy seeks new and efficient ways to meet the changing mission requirements while complying with federal acquisition mandates. 
  Michelle Amante
Vice President of Federal Workforce Programs, Partnership for Public Service
Michelle Amante currently serves as the Vice President of Federal Workforce Programs for the Partnership for Public Service.  In this role, she works with agencies to research and find solutions to challenging human capital issues such as employee engagement, workforce planning and talent recruitment and development. Before coming to the Partnership, Michelle served as the Director of the Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance and worked in public sector consulting for Deloitte in their Labor and Workforce practice.  She has deep experience in project management, systems integration, business process transformation and employee engagement.
  Dr. Reeshad Dalal
Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, George Mason University
Dr. Dalal is a Professor of Industrial and Organizational (I-O) Psychology at George Mason University. He received his Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology (with a minor in quantitative psychology) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2003, following which he spent four years as an assistant professor at Purdue University before joining Mason in August 2007.
  Dr. Alexander Alonso
Chief Knowledge Officer, SHRM
Alexander Alonso, PhD, SHRM-SCP is the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM's) Chief Knowledge Officer leader research, insights, and innovation functions, as well as the SHRM Foundation. His works have been recognized for their contribution to real-world human capital issues. They include being recognized with SIOP’s 2007 M. Scott Myers Award for Applied Research in the Workplace for developing the federal standard for learning and development of healthcare providers; a 2009 Presidential Citation for Innovative Practice by the APA for developing a competency model for team triage in emergency medicine; and the 2013 SIOP Distinguished Early Career Contributions for Practice Award for extensive applied research on the link between human resource management and organizational sustainability. Throughout his career, he has published works in peer-reviewed journals, authored several chapters on community-based change initiatives in workforce readiness, and authored books like The Price of Pettiness and Defining HR Success: A Guide to the SHRM Competency Model in Practice. Alex also serves as a columnist analyzing major trends in the workforce for TIP and HR Magazine. He has served on several professional society boards including for SIOP and the Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitan Washington Area. He is a Fellow of SIOP.  
  Lori Bertman
Co-Founder and Board Chair Emeritus, Center for Disaster Philanthropy 
Lori J. Bertman is president and CEO of the Baton Rouge-based Irene W. and C.B. Pennington Foundation, Louisiana’s largest private family foundation. She is the co-founder and board chair emeritus of the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP). Lori also serves as the board president of the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Alliance. Lori is widely recognized as a noted expert and innovative thinker in the field of disaster philanthropy. Following Hurricane Katrina, Lori organized local and national philanthropic resources to raise more than $40 million in funds for recovery. She was not new to the field: Lori founded Bertman + Associates, a philanthropy and fund development consulting firm in 2001 and, prior to that, she created the first donor services department for the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, where she managed more than 150 donor-advised funds. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a master’s degree from Louisiana State University.
  Babs Doherty
President and CEO, Solerity
As CEO & President of Solerity, Mrs. Doherty oversees and supports all facets of the organization and sets the strategic direction of the company. Solerity provides reliable and cost-effective solutions to meet demanding customer requirements in the areas of Systems & Software Engineering, Data Analytics & High-Performance Computing, Cyber Security & Cloud Migration, Acquisition, Financial Management, & Program Support. Prior to Solerity, Mrs. Doherty was the founder of Eagle Ray, Inc., acquired by Solerity in 2020 to expand its capabilities and accelerate growth within the Intelligence Community. Eagle Ray, Inc. offered mission-focused solutions and performance improvement to agencies in the Intelligence Community and the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.  
  Martha Dorris
Founder and CEO, Dorris Consulting International
Martha is currently the Founder of a consultancy that focuses on improving the lives of citizens through transforming government services. Leveraging her knowledge of government and expertise in citizen services and customer experience, Dorris Consulting International (DCI) works with governments and industry to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of government to deliver outstanding services to employees, citizens and businesses. To improve the sharing of best practices and assist in the creation of a customer/citizen-focused culture, Martha created the Service to the Citizen Awards that recognizes champions of change in service delivery.  She is the host of the only government customer experience focused podcast called "The CX Tipping Point" and publishes a monthly "Citizen Services Newsletter."  She is also the Founder of the Public Service Leadership Academy where she is providing leadership training and coaching to the next generation of leaders.  Martha is currently part of the US Cyber Challenge Team to identify and train 10,000 of the next cybersecurity workforce. Martha speaks regularly on government customer experience (GovCX) topics and is an expert on GovCX. She held leadership positions in the International Council for Technology in Government and the American Council for Technology (ACT) for many years. She created the ACT-IAC CX Community of Interest and the Professional Services Council's (PSC's) vision team on GovCX.  Martha has been recognized for her work through numerous awards.
  Susan Gabay
Managing Partner, Houlihan Lokey
Ms. Gabay is a Managing Director in Houlihan Lokey’s Aerospace, Defense & Government practice, overseeing the firm’s government services and defense technology clients. She has 20 years of Wall Street and investment banking experience focused primarily on advising middle-market companies in the aerospace, defense, and government services markets. Over the course of her career, Ms. Gabay has completed more than 50 M&A transactions. She is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office.
  Aimee Ghosh 
Counsel, Pillsbury
Aimee Priya Ghosh is counsel in the Washington, D.C. office of Pillsbury, a leading international law firm. As part of Pillsbury’s Public Policy practice, she provides strategic counsel on federal and state government affairs strategy, regulatory obligations, legislation, and rulemaking. Nationally ranked by Chambers USA for Government Relations, Aimee has developed and led legal, advocacy and communications initiatives for Fortune 500 companies, utilities, national trade and member associations, energy developers, banks, and professional sports teams. Since enactment of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Aimee has spearheaded the firm’s working group to identify and monitor infrastructure and funding opportunities for clients across industries. She has recently been advising on infrastructure funding program announcements and other key developments for businesses to remain at the forefront of new project planning over the coming years. Aimee also played a key role in the launch of Pillsbury’s American Infrastructure Investment Resource Center and is a regular contributor on infrastructure-related policy and legislative updates.  
  Andy Green
Executive Vice President of HII, President of HII's Mission Technologies Division
Andy Green is executive vice president of HII and president of HII’s Mission Technologies division. Named to this position in 2016, he is responsible for HII’s national security solutions in the areas of C5ISR; cyber, EW and space; fleet sustainment; LVC solutions; nuclear and environmental services; and unmanned systems. Green previously served as corporate vice president of strategy and corporate development and as vice president, component manufacturing, where he directed the manufacture of major components used in the construction of aircraft carriers and submarines. He joined HII in 2011 as corporate vice president of investor relations, where he was responsible for the company’s relationships with Wall Street analysts and shareholders. 
  Kathy Conrad
Director, Accenture Federal Services, Digital Government 
Kathy Conrad is director of Digital Government at Accenture Federal Services. She leads digital government strategy and growth for Accenture Federal Services, focusing on how Accenture can deliver digital services and emerging technologies that transform government to be more customer-centric, data-driven, and efficient. A trusted executive with more than thirty years of public and private sector experience, Conrad is a proven leader, problem solver and strategist skilled at tackling high-impact, complex challenges. She is an innovation catalyst and coalition builder, with keen insight and a deep knowledge of government technology and digital service programs and policies.
  Kathleen Flanagan
President & CEO, Abt Associates
Kathleen Flanagan is president and chief executive officer of Abt Associates. She assumed the position on October 1, 2009, after a distinguished career working across the broad range of markets and policy areas that reflect the company's business today. Flanagan joined the company in 1983 as a policy analyst in the Health Area. In 1989 she became managing vice president of the company's Labor Economics Research Area, overseeing research on workforce development and income security programs. In the mid-1990s she launched the International Workforce and Education Practice, winning projects from clients including the U.S. Agency for International Development, World Bank and U.S. Department of Labor. In 1998, she launched the company's Housing and Community Revitalization practice and built a team of more than 75 researchers and technical assistance staff working on affordable housing and community development policies at the federal, state and local levels. In 2005, she was named group vice president for social, economic, and health policy.
  Mark Lee
Executive Vice President, Public Sector Lead, ICF
Mark leads our team that supports public sector clients by providing advisory and implementation services in various fields, including health, technology, social programs, communications, and cybersecurity.
Previously, Mark served as a business development leader for our public sector business and led our disaster management division. Prior to this, he led our climate, sustainability, environmental health, and surface transportation businesses. He has experience supporting a wide range of clients in addressing environmental, health, regulatory, information technology, and policy challenges. Mark was recognized by WashingtonExec as a Top Public Sector Leader to Watch in both 2020 and 2021.
  Sherean Miller
Managing Partner, FMP Consulting
Sherean Miller is a Managing Partner at FMP Consulting and has over 22 years of proven leadership and expertise in human capital consulting. She has a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from George Mason University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University. Sherean provides consulting services to federal and private sector clients to help implement a multitude of human capital solutions in the areas of strategic human capital planning, human resource solutions and organizational effectiveness. She has also worked extensively across on many projects that have involved strategic workforce planning, HR technologies and tools, competency validation and analysis, career development, organizational assessment and organizational development. Sherean has authored book chapters and articles on topics related to human capital and was named the George Mason University IOPSA Distinguished Master’s Alumni in 2009.
  Zachary Parker
President, CEO, and Board Director, DLH
 Zachary “Zach” Parker has served as DLH’s president, chief executive officer, and board director since 2010. Mr. Parker has spearheaded three strategic acquisitions during his tenure, expanding DLH’s service portfolio to include a broader range of technology-enabled Federal services and public health capabilities through the integration of Danya International, Inc. in 2016, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc. in 2019, and Irving Burton Associates, LLC in 2020. Prior to joining DLH, Mr. Parker held leadership roles within Northrop Grumman Corporation, VT Group, GE Government Services (now Lockheed Martin), and VSE Corporation. He has served on the boards of various joint ventures, companies, and associations. He is active in both professional and community associations, having served as co-chair of the Department of Defense/Industry Partnership Executive Council, and as a committee leader with National Defense Industry Association and the American Society of Naval Engineers. He is an active member of the Washington, D.C.-based Professional Services Council, the Government Affairs Council, and the Veteran Affairs Task Force. He has implemented initiatives with both the House and Senate Armed Services Committee. In 2002, Mr. Parker received the honor of congressional “Business Man of the Year.” In 2007, 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc., inducted him into the organization. He remains active in various “Hope for the Warrior” mentoring programs.
  Pete Petitt
Managing Director, New Ventures Group, Aon 
Pete focuses on client coverage and business origination across Aon’s Transaction Liability, Special Opportunities and Intellectual Property Solutions practices. He partners with the Aon network to bring targeted 
solutions to clients around engagement themes ranging from transaction execution, financial management and IP strategy.  Pete joined Aon in 2019 following 20 years of investment banking and corporate development experience. As a banker he focused on M&A advisory and capital markets origination with leading technology-focused firms including Stifel, Cowen and Robertson Stephens. Pete also served as VP Corporate Development for RPX Corp, a patent risk management firm based in San Francisco, where he focused on structured patent acquisitions, strategy, M&A and investor relations.
  PV Puvadda
CEO, NetImpact Strategies
PV is well known as one of the most influential and recognizable leaders in federal technology and brings 30+ years of industry success across both public and private sectors to accelerate NetImpact’s Digital Transformation strategy. Prior to joining NetImpact in February 2021, PV served as the President of Unisys Federal, a Washington Technology Top 50 government contractor and led its significant organic revenue growth during 2014 to 2020. He established Unisys’ prominence as one of the top four digital transformation companies as rated by global industry analyst firm IDC, and was instrumental in guiding it through a successful $1.2B sale in March 2020. PV has been an active industry leader and served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of two leading government trade associations, Professional Services Council (PSC) (2018 – 2019) and the Industry Advisory Council (IAC) (2006 – 2008). He is a four-time Fed 100 Award recipient, six-time Wash100 Awardee, the Fed 100 Industry Eagle Award recipient for 2015, and Northern Virginia Technology Council’s (NVTC’s) 2010 CTO of the Year.
  Jeff Shen
President, Red Team Consulting 
Jeffrey Shen is the President at Red Team Consulting and brings over 20 years of proven leadership and expertise in federal contracting, corporate strategy, and business development. Since joining the company in 2006, Mr. Shen has been responsible for developing the company’s corporate growth strategy and ensuring successful delivery and profit and loss of all supported programs. His career in management and consulting includes working with U.S. corporations and public sector clients in the areas of capture management, strategic planning, and acquisition planning. He has delivered business strategy and technology solutions to the U.S. Federal government and Fortune 500 companies worldwide on contracts totaling over $30 billion. He regularly works with senior government executives and acquisition officials and has been a featured speaker at various summits and conferences in the past on topics such as Acquisition Strategies, Proposal and Capture Management, and Business Development.
  Carey Smith
President and CEO, Parsons
As the president and chief executive officer of Parsons Corporation (NYSE: PSN), Carey is responsible for the company’s strategy, growth, business execution, and global operations. Parsons is headquartered in Centreville, Va., operates globally in 26 countries with ~16,000 employees, and creates the future of national security and global infrastructure to deliver a better world. Carey joined Parsons in 2016 as president of the Federal Solutions business. She was promoted to chief operating officer in 2018, and president and chief operating officer in 2019.  During this time, Carey operationalized the company’s business segments, merged the federal and critical infrastructure functions, enhanced organic top and bottom-line growth across both segments, drove the acquisition identification and integration of six companies (Williams Electric, Polaris Alpha®, OGSystems®, QRC® Technologies, Braxton Science and Technology Group, BlackHorse Solutions), and helped take the company public. She was unanimously elected chief executive officer of Parsons Corporation by the board of directors and appointed to the position in July 2021.  
David Berteau
President and CEO, Professional Services Council
Mr. Berteau became the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Professional Services Council (PSC) on March 28, 2016. With more than 400 members, PSC is the premier advocate of and resource for the federal services industry. As CEO, Mr. Berteau focuses on legislative and regulatory issues related to government acquisition, budgets, and requirements by helping to shape public policy, leading strategic coalitions, and working to improve communications between government and industry, focusing on outcomes and results for the government. Prior to PSC, Mr. Berteau was confirmed in December 2014 as the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and Materiel Readiness. He oversaw the management of the $170 billion in Department of Defense logistics funding. Previously, Mr. Berteau served as Senior Vice President and Director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). His research and analysis covered federal budgets, national security, management, contracting, logistics, acquisition, and industrial base issues.
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