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    We regularly employ a risk-based approach to manage operations and processes, but what exactly does "risk-based approach" mean when it comes to DMSMS and Parts Management?  Our panel will share perspectives on leveraging guidance to increase awareness of what, how, who, where, when and why when it comes to this topic!

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    David Locker

    David Locker

    David Locker has served as a components engineer supporting Army aviation and missile programs for over 35 years.  He has participated in numerous efforts to develop, document, and implement best practices for assuring electronics reliability, such as in MIL-STD-11991, and as a member of industry standards bodies and consortiums including Society of Automotive Engineers, International Electrotechnical Commission, IPC, JEDEC, iNEMI, Aerospace Vehicle Systems Institute, and Center for Advanced Vehicle and Extreme Environments Electronics. 

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    Daphne Henry

    Daphne Henry

    Ms. Daphne Henry works in the Manufacturing Electronics & Technology Division of the Combat Capabilities Development Command, Aviation & Missile Center (CCDC AvMC) as the Obsolescence Subject Matter Expert (SME) & Obsolescence Best Practice Lead matrixed to G-3, Supply Chain Management Directorate at Headquarters Army Materiel Command (AMC).  Her previous experience includes serving as an Obsolescence Engineer for the Apache Project Office, Propulsion Integrated Product Team Lead for the Hydra Rocket System, and Executive Officer for the CCDC AvMC Engineering Directorate.  Before joining civil service, she worked in the automotive industry for over 15 years in Manufacturing Engineering and Project Management roles.  Ms. Henry has a bachelor's in electrical engineering technology from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa and a master's in manufacturing management from General Motors Institute (aka Kettering University) in Flint, Michigan.

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    Dustin Padilla

    Dustin Padilla

    DMSMS System Lead, NAVSEA

    Dustin Padilla is a DMSMS System Lead at NAVSEA NUWC Keyport. He has worked in DMSMS Management for 7 years and currently supports the NAVSEA PEO USC Proactive DMSMS Program across multiple Surface Ship Classes, Program Offices, and Warfare Centers. Prior to supporting DMSMS, he was a Lead Electronics Technician supporting the MK-30 Anti-Submarine Warfare Target training missions at the Pacific Missile Range Facility NUWC in Kauai, Hawaii. He graduated from DeVry University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering.

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    Fernando Browning

    Mr. Fernando C. Browning

    Plans and Programs Engineer for the Engineering, Technology & Technical Policy Division at Headquarters (HQ) Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC)

    Mr. Fernando C. Browning is a Plans and Programs Engineer for the Engineering, Technology & Technical Policy Division at Headquarters (HQ) Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC). He serves as the Air Force lead for DMSMS and Department of the Air Force lead for Deficiency Reporting, Investigating and Resolution (DRI&R) efforts, acting as a technical/functional lead. He’s also led efforts to develop, implement, and improve Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) engineering support for logistics processes, policy, & tools and technology. Fernando has served as the Air Force lead for Parts Management and as the executive officer for the Director of Engineering and Technical Management, and Chief Engineer (CE) of AFMC.


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