Date: Tuesday, 12 July 2022
Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm (Eastern Time)
In this second episode of Hacking Program Management, we are addressing the unyielding demand to secure program data, especially sensitive technology, from entities that do not support U.S. or our allies' National Security interests. Professor Dave Riel addressed this issue in a recent Acquisition Magazine to add program security to the Iron Triangle of "cost schedule, & performance" in a way that is balanced against the current three legs of the Iron triangle.
To read the article,
Dr. Steven Moore, Professor of Program Management, DAU
Steve leads the curation and presentation of various topics of interest to members of the Program Management community with a specific emphasis on “hacks” the PMs can use to make their life easier and lower stress. Each session will provide at least one “hack” that will be highlighted during the webcast and documented in the minutes.
In his “day job,” Steve teaches ACQ 2030, ACQ 315, and PMT 3600 – all three of the Instructor-Led Training (ILT) required courses for the new BtB Practitioner and Advanced certifications. Steve is also the Course Manager for the BtB required PMT 3500, “Business Aspects” on-line course and the Mid-Atlantic Regional lead for ACQ 315, “Understanding Industry.”
Mr. David Riel, Professor of Program Management, DAU
Since January 2010, Dave Riel has served as Professor of Acquisition Management with the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) providing mission assistance to program offices and teaching the next generation of DoD acquisition professionals the ins and outs of the defense acquisition business. Prior to working with DAU, Dave served 20 years with the USAF, primarily as an engineer and program manager. After retiring from active duty in 2006, Dave worked with L3 Communications/Waco, TX for 4 years as Senior Manager for Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement before joining DAU.
Dr. Paul Shaw, Professor Cybersecurity, DAU
Former Navy Technical Authority and Program Manager for the Navy Data Environment. Former Navy Command and Control (C2) Functional Area Manager (FAM) Lead and Functional Data Manager (FDM). Served as the Navy's C2 portfolio manager for OPNAV N2/N6. Retired Navy Reserve Captain after 30 years to include five recalls. Mobilized to serve as Afghanistan Theater Lead for Persistent Ground Surveillance Systems (PGSS) in 2011. Works with Acquisition Commands to evaluate Systems Security Engineering and Threat-based Engineering. Doctor of Science in Cybersecurity, five Masters Degrees, & various professional certifications.
Who should attend:
Program Managers, Contracting and Acquisition Professionals