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Dickey Rounsaville

Transport Plans Branch Chief
Defense Information Systems Agency

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Mr. Rounsaville is chief for the Transport Services Plans Branch in the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Transport Services Directorate.
In his current position, Mr. Rounsaville plans and orchestrates the resourcing and sustainment activities required to evolve the global Network Infrastructure supporting the Department of Defense. He synchronizes capability delivery across a myriad of Transport Services projects delivering the warfighter terrestrial and transport services, enabling warfighters to connect and access mission resources from any device, anywhere on the globe. He also serves as the Co-Lead for the Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) Transport Working Group.
Mr. Rounsaville has served in many capacities with varying degrees of leadership since he came to DISA in 2011. He was the Deputy Program Manager for DISA’s MultiNational Information Services (MNIS) managing coalition services to include All Partners Access Network (APAN), Combined Enterprise Regional Information System (CENTRIXS), Combined Federated Battle Laboratories Network (CFBLNet), Pegasus the Virtual Data Center (VDC) and the Coalition Mission Network Transport (CMNT) before transitioning these services to the Air Force in 2019. Mr. Rounsaville also served in the DISA Command Center for five years.
Prior to his arrival at DISA, Mr. Rounsaville was assigned as a Computer Scientist and Project Manager at the Joint Systems Integration Center, USJFCOM, where he initiated, planned, and executed Command and Control (C2) and Intelligence projects. Mr. Rounsaville also served in the Air Force for 21-years as a communications officer and a missile facilities specialist on the Minuteman Weapons System.

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