October 18, 2005
1900 N. Fort Myer Drive
Arlington, VA 22209
AFEI, through its partnership with the DoD CIO Office, presents another industry day in the series of meetings between DoD and Industry on helping to implement a net-centric DoD.
Priscilla Guthrie, Deputy ASD (NII), Deputy DoD CIO
Dan Risacher, Office, Assistant Secretary of Defense (NII), Deputy CIO
Panel – How are Vendors Providing Data-Centric Capability?
Moderator: Jim Sheperd, VP, Research; AMR Research
Steve Michael, VP, DoD and Intelligence; SAP Public Services
Jack Pellicci, Senior VP; Oracle Corp
Panel – How are Systems Integrators Building Data-Centric Capability?
Moderator: Chris Panaro, Advisor; DoD Enterprise Software Initiative
Dan Gutierrez, Federal SAP Practice Director; CSC Federal Consulting Group
Rick Burnett, VP Public Sector ERP Lead; IBM
Tim Meyer, Managing Director, BearingPoint
John Keane, Partner and Federal Practice Enterprise Applications Leader, Deloitte
Todd Cameron, Senior Executive, Government Operating Group; Accenture
Panel - How are DoD ERP Projects Implementing Data-Centric Capabilities?
Moderator: Michael Hennessy, Deputy Aviation Value Chain Manager; Naval Air Systems Command
Robert Hairfield, Technical Director; GFEBS
Phil Stiles; Program Manager; Navy ERP
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DoD is spending billions of dollars over the next 10 years to field modern ERP systems to replace outdated, custom software for the logistics, finance and personnel functions of the Department. These new ERP systems are required to comply with the DoD Net-Centric Data Strategy, and provide broad data access to DoD users.
The purpose of this meeting is to explain how the DoD plans to do just that. You will hear from DoD leadership, leading ERP software companies, top systems integrators under the DoD Enterprise Software Initiative and DoD program officials to understand the full picture of what it takes to support this transformational process.
The DoD Data Sharing Directive (DoDD 8320.2) requires un-metered discovery access to data without proprietary client-side software or hardware, or the need for licensed user-access. To accomplish this DoD plans to leverage net-centric technologies (e.g., service-oriented architecture and Web Services) to expose data assets to the DoD Enterprise, based on community of interest-developed data schema and business rules.
This is major, transformational change in the way DoD shares information.
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