The Washington Chapter
Honorable Dov S. Zakheim
0700-0800 Continental Breakfast 0800-0810 Opening Ceremony
George Asseng, Captain USCG,
Washington Chapter President
Presentation of Colors National Anthem Invocation,
Reverend Ireathea J. Hill,
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Occoquan,VA
Introduction of Keynote Speaker
by George Asseng, Captain USCG
The Honorable Dov S. Zakheim
Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer
0915-0930 Break, sponsored by 0930-1045
Business Modernization and Systems Integration (BMSI)
Ms. Elizabeth (Beth) McGrath,
Sustaining Transformation, a Corporate Perspective
Rob Fitzgerald, Executive Director Defense Programs, Defense Enterprise Solutions, Northrop Grumman IT
Beth A. Ewing, CCM, Relationship Manager, Federal Government Banking Division, Vice President, Global Government Group, Bank of America
Richard P. (Gus) Gustafson, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Financial Operations and Technology, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Financial Management and Comptroller, Headquarters U.S. Air Force
Mark Jendzejec, VP & General Manager Mission Support Systems, Defense Enterprise Solutions, Northrup Grumman IT
Norwood J. (Woody) Jackson, Jr., Managing Director, KPMG LLP
Col (Ret) Al Runnels,
CFO, Coalition Provisional Authority, Iraq
Topic: Transformation in Iraq
Transformation of DoD and DHS Personnel Systems Panel Discussion
Ms. Ginger Groeber,
OUSD, Personnel and Readiness, Civilian Personnel Policy
Ms. Kay Frances Dolan,
Department of Homeland Security
Mr. John Gage,
Mr. Mike Causey,
Senior Correspondent, Federal News Radio
1435-1450 Break 1450-1620
1) Lean Thinking / Six Sigma,
Mr. Jack Rouch
Acting Director, DFAS Internal Review
2) CDFM Training,
Mr. Richard J. Arns,
CDFM Instructor, USDA Graduate School
1620-1630 Wrap Up
Announce Raffle Winners
March 30, 2004
Continental Breakfast: 0700-0800
JW Marriott Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue
1331 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Washington, DC 20004
|(Near the Metro Center and Federal Triangle Metro Stops)|
Additional Community Service Project: “Presents for Patients.” When service personnel are injured in our wars, especially in Iraq and Afghanistan and flown to either Walter Reed or Bethesda Naval hospitals, they do not get to bring their personal belongings with them. So we will be collecting the following items or anything that compares to them: telephone cards, note cards & stamps, disposable cameras, and electric razors. Items need to be new. Please bring them to the February Luncheon or to the mini-PDI.
CPE: Qualifies for 8 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. NASBA Sponsor Registry No.106719. In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits have been granted based on a 50-minute hour.
Parking: Valet parking is $25, but several self-service parking garages are located in the immediate vicinity for $10+. Street parking is available if you look hard, cross your fingers and be prepared to walk some distance. Metro is the best transportation method. See "Directions" above.
|Early Bird||Late Registration*|
|Symposium Fees:||ASMC Member||$175||$200|
No Refunds Or Cancellations
After March 19, 2004; However, Substitution Will Be Allowed.
Payment By Credit Card or Check Must Accompany the DD 1556.
*Late Registration: 19
After 19 March registration will be on a space available basis.
Download Registration Form:
Ms. Maryla Engelking email@example.com (703) 602-4932
Submit Registration Forms to:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: (703) 607-0588 Mail: Washington Chapter
Attn: Mini PDI
P.O. Box 70776
Washington DC 20024
Corporate Booth Info:
Exhibitor spaces are 10' by 10' space without electrical power.
- $250 for our chapter members
- $300 for members of other chapters.
Booths are limited, so reserve one ASAP by contacting:
The Washington Chapter Mini-PDI is looking for volunteers to assist on several committees. Your assistance is requested either as a new volunteer or as a repeat committee member so the chapter can take advantage of lessons learned from last year and ensure the 2004 Mini-PDI is as well-executed as possible. We have immediate openings and need for volunteers on the following committees:
Request that all volunteers call or email Wayne Ebaugh at 703-607-2660, email email@example.com to identify which committees are desired. Any and all assistance is much appreciated.
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July 13, 2014