1 Mission and Charter CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE ACQUISITION INITIATIVES FORUM (CBDAIF) John V. Wade, CBDAIF Co-Chairman
2 CBDAIF Charter Review, discuss, and recommend initiatives in the area of acquisition excellence. Examine industry and government practices that impact the acquisition of goods and services that support the DoD efforts related to chemical and biological defense.
3 CBDAIF Mission Statement Develop and encourage the use of innovative procurement and acquisition procedures for supporting and acquiring chemical and biological defense program (CBDP) related goods and services in order to better meet the needs of all stakeholders in the process.
4 CBDAIF Operation Formed from NDIA Corporate Membership consisting of team members representing ten various segments of the industrial base Permanent members include: JPEO Chemical Biological Defense Special Assistant to JPEO CBD for Current Acquisitions Special Assistant to JPEO for External Affairs Director, DTRA-CB (JSTO) Vice President of Operations, NDIA Director, RDECOM Acquisition Center
5 Industrial Sectors Represented Remedial Construction & Non-Stockpile Detection Operations & Maintenance Protective Equipment Filter Technology Decontamination Small Business Systems Integration Medical/Pharmaceutical Surety Laboratories Professional Services
6 Terms and Procedures Corporate representatives will hold senior positions in their respective organizations (usually VP or senior) Representatives will serve for 2 years with approximately half the representatives being rotated each year Representatives represent their respective Sectors in an unbiased manner, not their corporations
7 Terms and Procedures (cont) JPEO-CBD and Vice President, NDIA will appoint an industry Co-Chairperson who will serve for 2 years after serving one year as a representative Industry Co-Chairperson will be responsible for providing a recorder / secretary for his/her term. CBDAIF will meet at the call of the JPEO CBD. Topics of interest will be solicited from members, and interested government agencies. Subcommittees will be formed as necessary to evaluate specific topics.
8 Current Industry Membership Industry Sector Remedial Construction and Non-Stockpile Detection Operation and Maintenance Protective Equipment Filter Technology Decontamination Small Business System Integration Medical/Pharmaceutical Surety Laboratories Professional Services Co-Chairman Co-Chairman Emeritus Representative John Ferriter, SAIC Bill Gural, General Dynamics Joe Pecoraro, Parsons Gary Dunn, Avon Protection David Yokota, Honeywell Tim Henry, Bracco Diagnostics Barry Corona, Production Products Claudia Randolph, ITT Corp Mark Logomasini, SAFC-Pharma David Mangino, CUBRC, Inc Nicole Funk, Booz Allen Hamilton John Wade, Battelle Vince Nardy, Hunter Defense Tech. Rotate September 2010
9 Current Government Membership Government Representative BG Jess Scarbrough COL Michael O Keefe Mr. Dennis Longo Mr. Larry Wakefield Mr. Douglas Bryce Mr. Gary Olejniczak NDIA Representative BG Dean Ertwine MG Barry Bates (Ret) Mr. Michael Dauth Affiliation JPEO CBD Acting Director, DTRA RDECOM Acquisition JPEO-CBD, External Affairs DPEO for CBD, JPEO CBD Director Systems Acquisition, JPEO CBD VP Army Sector, Battelle Eastern S&T VP Operations Director, Operations
10 Sector Companies Sector Representatives have a list of Sector Companies in which to receive feedback on topics as well as solicit subject matter for the forum Help Update & Maintain!!! Sector Companies are typically contacted Quarterly for their input We Value your Input, please engage!!! Sector Company lists are maintained by NDIA and are updated as companies are added or change GIGO!!! Interested in becoming sector Company Contact your appropriate Sector Representative(s), John Wade, and/or Mike Dauth at NDIA
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