Agile; DevSecOPs; Software Support. These terms strike fear in many product support professionals. Well, fear no more. During this session we are going to bring in a practitioner and expert to discuss these topics. This is one you will not want to miss.
Description of Series:
Has it been a while since you earned your advanced/level III certification in Product Support? This Webinar Series focuses on what's changed from the old DoDI 5000.02, Operation of the Defense Acquisition System, to the new DoDI 5000.02, Operations of the Adaptive Acquisition Framework. Additionally, we'll address the new DoDI 5000.91, Product Support Management for the Adaptive Acquisition Framework. Come to one or come to all nine 90-minute lessons. Each lesson will include 15 minutes of silent work followed by a facilitator who will poll and help summarize the key points. Additionally, each session will include a speaker on applying the topic with an open Q&A period for attendees. Each live session will be worth 1.5 CLPs. A final open office hour event will cap the 2023 version of the Product Support Delta Course.
Senior Product Support personnel who have previously completed LOG 350 or LOG 3500 and have earned their Level III or Advance Tier DAWIA certification in life cycle logistics.
Jason HamiltonDirector, Logistics and Sustainment Center DAU
Dr. Jason Hamilton joined the DAU faculty in October 2015 through October 2020 as a Professor of IT with a Software Sustainment and Sustainment Engineering focus. In this capacity, Jason created curriculum and taught several courses. In October 2020, Jason was selected as the Director, Acquisition Logistics and Product Support at MCSC, serving as the senior Acquisition Logistician in the Marine Corps until October 2022. Jason recently returned to DAU as a Logistics Professor and works as an Adjunct professor for George Mason University teaching Supply Chain Management and Public Sector Operations
Jason Hamilton was raised in Fort Collins, Colorado. In 1989, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserve to serve as an Air Control Electronics Operator. Upon his graduation from Colorado State University in 1994 he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant and served as an Air Defense Control Officer. In 2003, while deployed to the Middle East, Captain Hamilton was selected to attend Naval Postgraduate School, where he received an MBA in 2004. Upon his assignment to Marine Corps Systems Command in January 2005, Major Hamilton was assigned as a Project Officer for the Combat Operations Center (COC) an ACAT III C2 program.