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1 Defense Logistics and Materiel Readiness Summit Maintaining Support for Continued Global Operations May 22-23, 2012 Mary M. Gates Learning Center, Alexandria, VA Featured Speakers Include: Sue Dryden, SES, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Materiel Readiness John Johns, SES, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Maintenance Policy and Programs Gary Motsek, SES, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Program Support VADM Keith Lippert, USN (Ret), Chief Strategy Officer, Accenture National Security Services Dr. Steve Butler, Executive Director, Air Force Materiel Command RADM Kathleen Dussault, USN, Director of Logistics Programs and Corporate Operations, OPNAV N41 MajGen Charles Hudson, USMC, Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command Logisticsandreadiness.dsigroup.org

2 Defense CUSTOM SOLUTIONS Logistics and Materiel Readiness Summit Today s armed services and defense agencies are faced with continued and globally dispersed operations. The necessity for materiel readiness and reliable logistics support are critical to maintaining the effectiveness and safety of our Armed Forces. Across the Logistics community the challenge exists to sustain forward operating Commands and Organizations with limited resources. Policy leaders are working diligently to create strategies that address the warfighter s needs and tasking Defense Support Agencies to do more with less. Logistics has evolved significantly since initial operations began in Iraq and Afghanistan. Efficient use of resources and process improvement technologies are no longer simply prudent, but necessary for continued sustainment. Everything from the precise mobility of personnel and materiel to extended asset tracking at forward bases must be leveraged to meet the needs of the Department. DSI s Defense Logistics and Materiel Readiness Summit benefits: The Wounded Warrior Project (a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides services and programs to severely injured service members) visit: -ORwww.woundedwarriorproject.org for more information About the Venue In the heart of historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, just minutes from Ronald Reagan National Airport and downtown Washington, DC, the Mary M. Gates Learning Center provides a comfortable and convenient space for community leaders, members and partners to come together for collaboration and innovation. For more information on venue, hotel, and lodging visit: logisticsandreadiness.dsigroup.org Covering two stories with more than 8,000 square feet of meeting space, the Mary M. Gates Learning Center offers an environment to network and collaborate.

3 SUMMIT AGENDA DAY ONE Tuesday, May 22, : 00-9:00 Registration and Light Breakfast Reception Open 9:00-9:15 Chairman s Opening Remarks Col Bob Danko, USMC (Ret) Senior Associate Command Strategies 9:15-10:00 Lifecycle Management Solutions and PBL for Improved Affordability -Reducing O&S costs throughout the lifecycle -Planning for and achieving consistent system readiness -Improving program oversight and support for critical initiatives Sue Dryden (Confirmed) Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Materiel Readiness 10:00 10:30 Networking Break 10:30 11:15 Maintenance Policy in Support of Affordable Solutions Across the Supply Chain -Military and industrial base maintenance policies and updates -Distribution of maintenance workloads between the public and private sectors -Updates on depot and field level maintenance components John Johns, SES (Confirmed) Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Maintenance Policy and Programs 11:15-12:00 Supporting and Contingency Program Management, Planning and Operational Execution in the Department of Defense -Operational logistics and support to Geographic Combatant Commands -Update on federal regulations regarding the use of Private Security Contractors (PSCs) in overseas operations Gary Motsek, SES (Confirmed) Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Program Support 12:00-1:15 Networking Lunch 1:15 2:00 Sustaining Army Forces Now and in the Future: US Army Forces Command Initiatives to Ensure a Global Ready Force Guy Beougher, SES (Confirmed) Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics US Army Forces Command

4 SUMMIT AGENDA DAY ONE 2:00-2:45 Innovation in Distribution Plans, Policies, and Programs at SDDC in Support of Global Warfighter Readiness -Bringing together the Materiel Enterprise with the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise -Alignment of Army Watercraft, Joint Logistics Over the Shore Forces, and theater/ port opening forces to USTRANSCOM, with Army forces aligned under SDDC -Ensuring future initiatives are complementary to Army end states and that Army forces are optimally supported. Michael Williams, SES (Confirmed) Deputy to the Commanding General Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command 2:30 3:15 Networking Break 3:15-4:00 Logistics and Sustainment Initiatives to Enable Continued Operational Readiness for the USMC -Maintaining fielded weapons systems, support services and supplies -Sourcing from the best commercial, organic and/or DoD providers -Enhancing the Marine Corps ability to execute and sustain its war fighting competency MajGen Charles Hudson, USMC (Confirmed) Commanding General Marine Corps Logistics Command 4:00 4:45 DLA Priorities to Support a Ready Global Force in an Austere Fiscal Environment -Ensuring DLA's goals, processes and performance are synchronized with the needs of the warfighter -Promoting stewardship of taxpayer funds -Providing the best services and products to the DoD through competitive sourcing Redding Hobby, SES (Confirmed) Deputy Director, J3 Defense Logistics Agency 4:45 End of day 1

5 SUMMIT AGENDA DAY TWO Wednesday, May 23, : 00-8:00 Registration and Light Breakfast Reception Open 8:15-8:30 Chairman s Opening Remarks Jeffrey Miller Vice President, Defense Supply Chain Solutions Accenture Defense and Public Safety 8:30-9:15 Cost Reduction at the DoD -ERP Implementation -Inventory Reduction -Supply Chain Analytics VADM Keith Lippert, USN (Ret) (Confirmed) Chief Strategy Officer Accenture National Security Services 9:15-10:00 AFMC Strategic Initiatives to Maintain Materiel Readiness of the US Air Force -Development and transition of technology to provide war winning capabilities to the warfighter -Cradle to grave maintenance of US Air Force assets -What the stand-up of AFLCMC means for the US Air Force Dr. Steven Butler, SES (Confirmed) Executive Director Air Force Materiel Command 10:00-10:30 Networking break 10:30-11:15 CASCOM Initiatives to Ensure the Sustainment Capabilities of the US Army Future Force -CASCOM and the Sustainment Center of Excellence s core competencies and function - New concept development, requirements determination, and capabilities integration William Moore, SES (Confirmed) Deputy to the Commanding General Combined Arms Support Command 11:15-12:00 Leveraging Today s Technology and Analytics To Optimize O&M Cost Performance Col Edward Mays, USMC (Confirmed) Assistant Commander, Acquisition Logistics and Product Support Marine Corps Systems Command

6 SUMMIT AGENDA DAY TWO 12:00 1:15 Networking Lunch 1:15-3:00 PANEL Service Logistics Policies and Programs in Support of a Ready Global Force This panel will focus on the policies and programs being developed by each of the Services to ensure the needs of the individual services are being met as well as the joint force in support of global operational readiness. Panel Moderator: Mr. Paul Mann, SES (Confirmed) Assistant Director, Land Warfare and Munitions, OUSD (AT&L) Panelists: Kathleen Miller, SES (Confirmed) Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics G-4 Dee Reardon, SES (Confirmed) Deputy Director of Logistics, Deputy Chief of Staff, A4/7 RADM Kathleen Dussault, USN (Confirmed) Director, Logistics Programs and Corporate Operations Division, OPNAV N41 3:00 3:30 Networking Break 3:30-4:15 Transforming a Complex Global Enterprise: Operations Research and Management Innovation for the US Army s Logistics System -Applying advanced analytics to US Army materiel enterprise challenges -Linking operational, technical, educational, scientific, and analytical communities to sup port innovative change Greg Parlier, PH.D, PE (Confirmed) Colonel, US Army, Ret 4:15 5:00 Leveraging Advanced AIT Solutions for Improved ITV -Global asset tracking and web-based Radio Frequency In-transit Visibility (RF-ITV) services through the upgrade, implementation, and maintenance of the RF-ITV system -Radio frequency ITV-II updates -Multi-national information sharing by the DoD with NATO and Coalition partners LTC Cary Ferguson, USA (Confirmed) Product Manager PM J-AIT 5:00 End of Conference

7 SUMMIT AGENDA DAY TWO This Summit will bring together Senior-level professionals from government agencies, contractors and technology service providers with the following responsibilities: Supply Chain Management Materials Management Operations Contract Management Procurement Reset Manufacturing Mobility solutions Program Management Lead Sponsor: Gold Sponsor:

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