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In Memory of 15 ASMC members killed in the Pentagon attack.  9/11/2001

    


 

April 2009 LUNCHEON MEETING

 

Sponsored by Washington Chapter
Corporate Members

 

 

Speaker:  Vice Admiral Lewis W. Crenshaw Jr. USN (Ret.)   [Bio]
Executive Director of the Defense and Intelligence sector of Grant Thornton Global Public Sector  [web site]
Topic:  Rules of Engagement for the Upcoming Battle of the DoD Budget!      (7.3MB)

     "In any conflict it is good to know the Rules of Engagement (ROE) before the conflict begins.  What are the ROE for the "Battle of the Budget" and are they changing?
     VADM Lou Crenshaw USN(Ret), will provide insights into the DoD budget process, past, present and future, that is sure to stimulate a lively conversation."

 

            Attendees earn 0.5 CPE.  

 

 

Vote for 2009-10 Chapter Officers:

        President, Vice President, Secretary

        Chapter Service Assistant Secretaries

 

 

 

 

 

PLACE:    Holiday Inn
2460 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22314

Map


Easy walk from Eisenhower Avenue Metro station (Yellow Line).

 

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DATE:     Wednesday, 15 April 2009
TIME:      Social 11:30,     Lunch 12:00
 

COST:

Advance
Reservation
Walk-in
Members       $10.001 $12.002
Non-Members $22.00 $24.00
 
1 Returns to $20 in June 2009
2 Returns to $22 in June 2009
 
Seating limited.  Please reserve early!
Advance payment not required, but a confirmed reservation is!
Lunch Menu: Choice of Entrée: TBD

Please download and post luncheon Flyer in your workspaces.      


All luncheon attendees will be entered in a raffle to win 2 certificates good for a future free luncheon admission.  One certificate is for the winner's own use and the other is for the winner to give to a potential new member.

 

The February Luncheon winner was:   Ms. Cynthia Chavez, ACSIM-Army Reserve Division

     


General Information:  For reservations contact your Service Assistant Secretary (by noon Friday, April 10th).  Please make checks payable to ASMC.   If it is necessary to cancel a reservation after the deadline, payment is not returned.  Civilians and military personnel of all ranks are eligible for membership and are welcome to attend.  Correct change or checks appreciated at the door.

 


Click on your service Rep to send email RSVP or call number provided.

   
Army Nicol Martin (703) 693-2684
Navy Veronica Trent (703) 693-0833
Marine Corps Myra Ragan (703) 692-5266
Air Force Tina Miller (703) 588-6371
Coast Guard Susan Connors (202) 372-3628
OSD/Defense Agencies Lucy Williams (703) 571-9183
DFAS Jacquelyn Kelley (703) 604-2143
Corporate/Retired Member Rep Kristin Hilbert (703) 326-1078
DIA

Steve Bucher

(202) 231-8820

Sponsorship of future luncheons:     

2009

Apr 15 Corporate
May 20 DFAS
Jun 15 USCG
Jul 13 USN
Aug 19 USA
Sep 16 USAF
Oct 21 OSD
Nov 18 USMC
Dec TBD DFAS
2010
Jan Corp
Feb CG
Mar NCR PDI
Apr Navy
May Army
Jun AF
Jul USMC
Aug DFAS
Sep OSD
Oct CG
Nov Army
Dec Navy

 


Vice Admiral Lewis W. Crenshaw Jr. USN (Ret.)

 Vice Admiral Crenshaw is the Executive Director of the Defense and Intelligence sector of Grant Thornton Global Public Sector with over 30 years of proven success in a broad range of leadership positions in organizations ranging in size from 300 to 12,000 people, culminating in assignment as the senior resource and requirements manager for the world’s largest maritime organization, the U.S. Navy.  He has extensive experience in reorganization and realignment of large organizations with emphasis on financial issues and cross-functional alignment.  During his service in the Navy he commanded a Medium Attack Squadron (VA-85), a Carrier Air Wing (CVW-1) and an Aircraft Carrier Battle Group (John F. Kennedy Strike Group/ Carrier Group SIX).   VADM Crenshaw is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School (USNTPS) where he has also served as an instructor.  He has been test project engineer at the Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River, MD.  As a Flag Officer, he specialized in financial operations and budgeting, serving 3 tours of duty in the Navy’s N-8 Programming and Budgeting Directorate, culminating his career as the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Resources, Requirements and Assessments (N8).  Additionally he served as the Commander of U.S. Navy Activities, Europe where he was responsible for all Naval Bases located in Europe.

 


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