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Other Transaction Authority (OTA)/Rapid Acquisition Panel

  • Room: Oglethorpe Ballroom A-E
Thursday, August 22, 2019: 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM

Speaker(s)

Moderator (confirmed)
Gary Martin
President, GPM Consulting
former Deputy Program Executive Officer for Command, Control, Communications -Tactical (PEO C3T)
Panelist (confirmed)
John T. "Jack" Dillon
Cyber Lead
Army Rapid Capabilities Office
Panelist (confirmed)
Jason Dirner
Architecture Team Lead for the Intel Technology and Architecture Branch
U.S. Army Capabilities Development Command C5ISR Directorate
Panelist (confirmed)
COL Kevin Finch, USA
Program Manager for Electronic Warfare and Cyber
PEO-Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (IEW&S)
Panelist (confirmed)
William "Bill" Sverapa
Senior Management Consultant, Wsverapa Consulting LLC
former Deputy Program Executive Officer for Command, Control, Communications -Tactical (PEO C3T)

Description

Recommended for Acquisition Training

This session focuses on Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) and new contract vehicles that have not been presented in this format at other venues or conferees.  Attendees will learn that on May 14, 2020 the Defense Security Service (DSS) and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) awarded an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) for nearly $75 million. The objective with the OTA contracting vehicle is to "integrate new bold and transformational approaches from the National Background Investigation Service (NBIS) architecture and take the next step with technology to integrate and align others mission" as stated by Terry Carpenter, PEO for NBIS.  Panel members will address acquisition opportunities to meet new Army capabilities, rapid acquisition, and Electronic Warfare and Cyber acquisition initiatives.

Attendees will gain a greater appreciation for changes within the acquisition community that allow industry solutions to be rapidly addressed and approved, thus enabling solutions to be provided to warfighters to meets current needs and requirements.


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Recommended for Acquisition Training