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NDIA LSC’s Dr. Joe Michels selected by Alabama Lt. Gov Kay Ivey
Dr. Joe Michels, P.E, C.P.L.. managing principal at Solomon Bruce Consulting LLC, has been selected by Lt. Gov Kay Ivey, Chairperson of the Aerospace States Association and Lieutenant Governor of Alabama, to introduce the Research and Development Investment Perspective Session discussion panels at the National Aerospace Foreign Direct Investment Exposition at the Century City Hyatt Hotel in Los Angeles, California on 26 October 2015. This conference, held in Los Angeles, has over 24 states participating and over 70 foreign companies representing aerospace interests throughout the world attending. Over 400 attendees are anticipated at this first annual conference held in conjunction with the United States Department of Commerce.
Solomon Bruce Consulting LLC is an international engineering/management consulting practice with offices in Fort Worth, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah. Specializing in Supply Chain Management, Executive Career Development and Government Contractual matters, Solomon Bruce Consulting is recognized nationally and internationally as a leader in the solution of tough, knotty problems which cause senior executives to lay awake at night.
Joe Michels is a retired Air Force Senior Officer and has served as the Dean of the School of Systems and Logistics at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Dayton, Ohio as well as the Dean of the College of Business at Montana State University-Billings, Billings, Montana. He is registered professional engineer in the states of Texas and Montana and is a Certified Professional Logistician by SOLE- The International Society of Logistics.
Raytheon IIS Hiring
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Raytheon Opens STEM Exhibit at Perot Museum in Dallas
Exhibition inspires kids using math and science
A science of syncopation display is one of 40 modules at 2theXtreme: MathAlive!, an interactive exhibit that just opened at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Kids can change the compostion of songs and hear how math changes the music they love. They can also design their own skateboards, build videogames, edit an animated movie and enjoy dozens of other experiences designed to encourage a love of science, technology, engineering and math – the disciplines known collectively as STEM.
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Dallas Association of Old Crows is newly revitalized!:
Jim Bauer, an NDIA LSC board member, is leading the charge for this energetic group. Your NDIA LSC Chapter President, Mike Dietz, attended their first meeting in Garland last Tuesday, Sept 30, and it was a very interesting and engaging group. They cover a wide array of areas, including Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA), so be sure to check them out!
Defense Systems Acquisition Management (DSAM) Course:
DSAM Course Link
Recently, our Chapter (Immediate Past) President, Mant Hawkins, presented a scholarship to TCU Cadet Phillips.
On April 15, our Chapter (Immediate Past) President, Mant Hawkins, presented a scholarship to TCU Cadet James Liu at the TCU Army ROTC End-of-Year Award Ceremony.
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Ohio STEM Call-to-Action
NDIA and AIA are offering a meeting on April 8-9 for representatives from interested states to learn from the Ohio STEM Learning Network, STEMx, and AIA/NDIA’s seven years of experience in facilitating meetings of stakeholders to generate connections and collaboration. For more information, please see the flyer here:
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NDIA Board Members in Action:
Recently, Wayne Trimmer, past chapter president, was spotted by the Dallas Morning News talking to Jose Octavio Tripp, the Consul General De Mexico.
I am providing, for your information, the latest Department of Defense DD1414 report, Base for Reprogramming Actions for Fiscal Year 2013. It is expected that DoD will use this information to execute anticipated sequester cuts. The report, required by the current year’s defense appropriations measure, lists the fiscal year 2013 amounts that Congress appropriated for the Pentagon’s 2,500 programs, projects and budget activities, and shows how much each will be reduced by the automatic spending reductions that took effect March 1. While not in the most user friendly format, we wanted to provide details that many companies have been looking for. As we receive more specific and definitive information, we will pass that along. Please click on the following link for the DD1414 Report:
Download/Print/View the report
Lawrence P. Farrell Jr.
President’s Report Military Services Budget Impact
Legislative and Federal Issues Update
Carter Memo on FY13 Budget Uncertainty
Air Force FY13 Near-Term Actions to Mitigate Sequestration Impacts_7Jan2013 (1)
AF Sequestration Plan Feb 2013
Army Risk Mitigation in Face of Fiscal Uncertainty 01 16 13 SecArmy pdf
Local Contractor News:
Raytheon is moving its Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) Business Office to McKinney, TX DBJ: Raytheon Moving CA Headquarters to McKinney
On April 11, our Chapter President, Mant Hawkins, presented a scholarship to TCU Cadet Karl Bjorn
And on April 25th, a Chapter Director, Art Hawkins, presented a scholarship to (Wing Commander) Cadet Alexandra Bissey at TCU ceremony
Lenn Vincent Email to NDIA Chapter Presidents about DAU Courses
2013 DAU Senior Level Course Listing 12-01-12
PMT-401 Brief – Industry – Jan 2012
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