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Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development Appendix B Meetings and Participating Organizations MEETING 1 MARCH 30-31, 2010 THE KECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. Evaluation of USAF Preacquisition Technology Development Dr. Steven Walker, Senior Executive Service, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Science, Technology, and Engineering, Washington, D.C., SAF/AQR DoD Requirements 101 Colonel Wayne McGee, USAF, Chief, Integration Division, Headquarters, Washington, D.C., A5RP Acquisition 101 Mr. Jeffery R. Shelton, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary, Acquisition Integration, Washington, D.C., SAF/AQX AoA Process Introduction and Analysis of Alternatives for Recapitalizing the U.S. Air Force KC-135 Aerial Refueling Tanker Fleet Dr. Michael Kennedy, Senior Economist, RAND Corporation
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Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development National Research Council Pre-Milestone A and Early-Phase Systems Engineering Report General Lester Lyles, USAF (retired), Independent Consultant, The Lyles Group, Virginia Development Planning (DP) Brigadier General Dwyer L. Dennis, USAF, Director, Intelligence and Requirements Directorate, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio DoD/Air Force Competitive Prototyping Dr. Clarence Gooden, Deputy Chief, Engineering and Technical Management Division, SAF/AQRE DoD/AF Acquisition Laws, Regulations, and Policies Mr. Richard Fowler, Program Learning Director (Acquisition Law), Defense Acquisition University MEETING 2 APRIL 21-22, 2010 THE KECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. PPBE Executive Training: Course for the National Research Council Committee on Air Force Pre Acquisition Technology Development Colonel Thomas Thurston, USAF (retired), Program Manager, PPBE Processes and Training Programs, Science Applications International Corporation GAO Observations of Preacquisition Technology Development Practices Mr. Michael J. Sullivan, Director, Acquisition and Sourcing Management Team Mr. Bruce H. Thomas, Assistant Director, Acquisition and Sourcing Management Team Ms. Cheryl K. Andrew, Senior Analyst, Acquisition and Sourcing Management Team Capabilities Integration Directorate and Cyber Acquisition Strategy Dr. Charles Kelley, Director, Capability Integration, Electronic Systems Center, Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, ESC/XR
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Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development Congressional Panel Discussion Mr. Peter Levine, General Counsel for the Senate Armed Services Committee, United States Senate Ms. Betsy Schmid, Professional Staff Member, Senate Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Defense, United States Senate Pre-Systems Acquisition Lieutenant General Richard M. Scofield, USAF (retired), Independent Consultant ASC/XR DP Discussion Colonel Edward M. Stanhouse, USAF, Director, Requirements and Capabilities Integration, Aeronautical Systems Center, ASC/XR SMC/XR Development Planning Colonel Donald E. Wussler, Jr., USAF, Director, SMC Developmental Planning, Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, California, SMC/XR System Engineering within Defense Research and Engineering Mr. Stephen P. Welby, Director, Systems Engineering, Office of the Secretary of Defense SITE VISIT MAY 3, 2010 AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE DAYTON, OHIO Sponsor Discussion of Study Scope and Expectations Dr. Steven Walker, Senior Executive Service, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Science, Technology, and Engineering, Washington, D.C., SAF/AQR
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Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development MEETING 3 MAY 12-13, 2010 THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES WASHINGTON, D.C. Skunk Works Technology Development: Approaches and Issues Colonel Neil Kacena, USAF (retired), Vice President, Advanced Development Programs Deputy, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Rapid Acquisition: JIEDDO Best Practices Mr. Mitchell A. Howell, Senior Executive Service, Deputy Director, Rapid Acquisition and Technology, JIEDDO Preacquisition Technology Development Ms. Dawn Meyerriecks, Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Acquisition and Technology Technology Development: Best Practices Mr. A. Thomas Young, Executive Vice President (retired), Lockheed Martin Development Planning Initiative Within DoD The Honorable Zachary J. Lemnios, Director of Defense Research and Engineering Rapid Prototyping at Scaled Composites Mr. Douglas B. Shane, President, Scaled Composites, LLC AFRL Perspective on Improving Technology Development and Transition Dr. Michael A. Kuliasha, Chief Technologist, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio SITE VISIT MAY 14, 2010 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND ENGINEERING WASHINGTON, D.C. Air Force Systems Engineering Colonel Shawn Shanley, USAF, Chief, Engineering and Technical Management Division, SAF/AQRE
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Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development SITE VISIT JUNE 1, 2010 AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE DAYTON, OHIO ASC Involvement in Applied Technology Councils (ATCs) Mr. Gerald L. Freisthler, Senior Executive Service, Executive Director, Aeronautical Systems Center Colonel Arthur F. Huber, USAF, Vice Commander, Aeronautical Systems Center MEETING 4 JUNE 7-8, 2010 THE KECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. Dragon Eye—A Small UAV from a Paper Sketch to an Operational System in 30 Months Dr. Francis J. Klemm, Superintendent, Tactical Electronic Warfare Division, Naval Research Laboratory Approaches to Rapid Acquisition of Revolutionary and Evolutionary Space Systems Capabilities Dr. John P. Schaub, Superintendent, Spacecraft Engineering Division, Naval Research Laboratory Transitioning Technologies into Enduring Solutions Mr. Daniel G. Wolfe, Chief Executive Officer, Universal Solutions International, Inc. The Role of MISSLEs in the Acquisition Process Dr. Raymond R. Buettner, Jr., Director, Field Experimentation, Naval Postgraduate School Improving Technology Development in Cyber: Challenges and Ideas Dr. Jon Goding, Principal Engineering Fellow, Raytheon Information Technology Acquisition Major General Paul F. Capasso, USAF, Director, Network Services, Office of Information Dominance, and Chief Information Officer
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Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development 3M Innovation Story Mr. Thomas Gehring, Program Manager, 3M Industrial and Transportation Business Sierra Nevada Corporation: A Commercial Space Company Case Study: Modular, Rapid, Repeatable Mr. Mark Sirangelo, Corporate Vice President, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Space Systems Group Remarks to the National Research Council Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development Study Panel Mr. Benjamin P. Riley, Principal Deputy, Rapid Fielding Directorate, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering SITE VISIT JUNE 11, 2010 HOUSE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE WASHINGTON, D.C. Congressional Views Toward Air Force Technology Development Mr. Douglas Roach, Professional Staff Member Mr. John Oppenheim (GAO Detailee) Ms. Lynne Williams, Professional Staff Member Mr. Timothy McClees, Professional Staff Member Mr. John Sullivan, Professional Staff Member Mr. William Ebbs, Professional Staff Member SITE VISIT JUNE 11, 2010 AIR FORCE RESEARCH LABORATORY WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE DAYTON, OHIO Discussion of USAF Science and Technology (S&T) Vision and Related Issues Major General Ellen Pawlikowski, Commander, Air Force Research Laboratory
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Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development SITE VISIT JULY 6, 2010 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND ENGINEERING WASHINGTON, D.C. Views on Technology Development Mr. Steven Munday, Policy and Program Analyst, SAF/AQRS Mr. Jerry Lautenschlager, Deputy Chief, Strategic Planning Branch, SAF/AQRS MEETING 5 JULY 7-8, 2010 THE KECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. Writing Meeting SITE VISIT JULY 15, 2010 AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE DAYTON, OHIO Perspectives on 6.4 Technology Development Funds; USAF S&T Strategy; Current DoD Competitive Prototyping Policy; Leadership Development; and the Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act of 2009 General Donald Hoffman, Commander, Air Force Materiel Command Mr. Gregory Garcia, Deputy Director, Intelligence and Requirements Directorate, Air Force Materiel Command Lieutenant Colonel Bill Gideon, USAF, Executive Officer, AFMC/CCE SITE VISIT JULY 27, 2010 DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY WASHINGTON, D.C. Perspectives on Technology Development for Future Weapon Systems Mr. Ellison Urban, Director, Adaptive Execution Office
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Evaluation of U.S. Air Force Preacquisition Technology Development SITE VISIT JULY 29, 2010 OFFICE OF STUDIES AND ANALYSES, ASSESSMENTS, AND LESSONS LEARNED HEADQUARTERS U.S. AIR FORCE WASHINGTON, D.C. Perspectives on Prioritization and Allocation of Air Force Research Funding and the Tie Between Research and Development and Future Force Structure Requirements Dr. Jacqueline Henningsen, Director, Office of Studies and Analyses, Assessments, and Lessons Learned COMMITTEE CONFERENCE CALL AUGUST 10, 2010 Debriefings of Recent Committee Site Visits MEETING 6 AUGUST 24-26, 2010 J. ERIK JONSSON CENTER WOODS HOLE, MASSACHUSETTS Writing Meeting