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Appendix B Briefers to the Committee on Advancing Software-Intensive Systems Producibility SEPTEMBER 27-28, 2006, FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING Annmarie Bunts, Lockheed Martin Systems Integration Grady Campbell, Software Engineering Institute Larry Druffel, SCRA (retired) Robert Gold, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary for Science & Technology/Information Systems Ronald T. Kadish, Booz Allen Hamilton James Larus, Microsoft Research Robert Nesbit, MITRE Center for Integrated Intelligence Systems Linda Northrop, Software Engineering Institute Tom Rodgers, Lockheed Martin Walker Royce, IBM Andre van Tilborg, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary for Science & Technology/Information Systems JANUARY 17, 2007, WORKSHOP ON UNCERTAINTY AT SCALE Cynthia Andres, Three Rivers Institute Kristen J. Baldwin, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics Kent Beck, Three Rivers Institute Kris Britton, National Security Agency, Center for Assured Software Mary Ann Davidson, Oracle Corporation Joe Jarzombek, Department of Homeland Security Patrick Lardieri, Lockheed Martin Gary McGraw, Cigital, Inc. Richard W. Selby, Northrop Grumman Alfred Spector, * Google, Inc. John Vu, Boeing Werner Vogels, Amazon.com APRIL 24, 2007, THIRD COMMITTEE MEETING Thomas Blann, Office of the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation * As of November 2007. At the time of the workshop, Dr. Spector was an independent consultant. 26