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    Mr. Tracy Daubenspeck will moderate a panel of experts from industry and government addressing Technology Management. Technology Management includes efforts to encourage the development of mature technologies that can then be incorporated in DOD systems; the creation of technology and product roadmaps that integrate new and emerging technologies; and planning and implementation to deploy the new technology into our systems. This topic directly relates to the concepts of parts selection, DMSMS resilient designs, and strategic DMSMS management.

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    Tracy Daubenspeck 2024

    Mr. Tracy Daubenspeck

    Senior Consultant, Acquisition Logistics, Logistics Management Institute (LMI)

    Mr. Tracy Daubenspeck is a senior consultant in acquisition logistics at Logistics Management Institute (LMI) where he supports DOD in parts and obsolescence management, developing best practices, guidance, and policy. He retired as a civil servant from the United States Navy at NUWC Keyport in 2020 with 37 years of service. His involvement with the DMSMS community includes contributions to the development of SD-22, SD-26, and IEC 62402. Mr. Daubenspeck has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology. He is a certified Business Process Reengineering Practitioner, as well as a certified Project Manager. Tracy received the DMSMS Lifetime Achievement award in 2018 and was given the Superior Civilian Service award by the Navy in 2020. Mr. Daubenspeck has long supported local youth activities at youth camps, played guitar on worship teams, and enjoys fishing, boating, hiking, and kayaking.

     

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    Bourland

    Charles Bourland

    Vice-Chair for the U.S. chapter of the International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM)

    Mr. Charles Bourland has an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and a technical background in reliability and systems engineering. He has contributed to an increase in maturity level of proactive obsolescence management practices in his 8 years at L3Harris. Charles has presented at the Parts and Material Management Conference (PMMC), the AVCOM Obsolescence Working Group, and serves as the Vice-Chair for the U.S. chapter of the International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM).

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    Bolner

    Brent Bolner

    Acquisition Logistics Advisor

    Mr. Brent Bolner is the Acquisition Logistics Advisor in the Army Futures Command (AFC) Long Range Precision Fire (LRPF) team at Ft. Sill, OK, supporting the LRPF as the Army’s top modernization priority. He’s considered a DMSMS and Performance Based Logistics (PBL) Subject Matter Expert, and his career includes support of landmark DoD projects such as the Tomahawk Cruise Missile, Ship Shock Trials and Combat System Ship Qualification Trials (CSSQT) of the USS Mobile Bay (CG-53), and being a “plank owner” member of the design team for the USS San Antonio (LPD-17) Amphibious Assault Ship Class. He deployed to Afghanistan in 2013-2014 as a Navy Civilian and was awarded the Army Outstanding Civil Service Medal. Mr. Bolner is a published author and frequent contributor to defense magazines. His article “Supply Chain Risks and Solutions in the Adaptive Acquisition Framework” was included in the Jan/Feb 2023 edition of Defense Acquisition Magazine. Mr. Bolner received the DMSMS Lifetime Achievement Award in January 2023

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    TJ Zitkevitz

    Timothy “TJ” Zitkevitz

    LM Fellow, Lockheed Martin, IIOM President & US Chapter Chair

    Timothy “TJ” Zitkevitz is the lead systems engineer and LM Fellow with the Obsolescence Management Center of Excellence team that actively treats obsolescence risk on over 100 programs across Lockheed Martin. He has over 22 years of experience in systems engineering, obsolescence management, sustainment engineering, supply chain management, and product selection. Mr. Zitkevitz started his career managing large system activations with the Navy before moving to New Jersey and joining Lockheed Martin in 2007. There, he became the obsolescence lead for many in-house programs including Aegis, THAAD Surveillance, LRDR, and CANES. He has a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia, a Masters of Engineering Management from Old Dominion University, and a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management from Syracuse University.
     


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