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Branding Opportunities Deadline: October 1st
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Christopher (Chris) A. Paczkowski

Director, PEO Transport Directorate
Defense Information Systems Agency


Chris A. Paczkowski is the director of the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Program Executive Office Transport. In this position, he integrates network planning and execution of the global Defense Information System Network (DISN) providing the global long-haul transport for the Department of Defense’s Information Network (DODIN).
The DISN is a multiple billion-dollar global enterprise infrastructure to assure information superiority in direct support to the president, secretary of defense, joint chiefs of staff, combatant commanders, DOD components and other mission partners. The DISN is comprised of optical, aerial, and undersea transport infrastructure, satellite communication gateways, DOD internet access points, internet protocol backbone networks -- to include non-classified IP router network and secret IP router network -- and the command-and-control systems managing it all.
Prior to his current role, Paczkowski was the chief of the National Leadership Command Capabilities services. There, he was responsible for the technical and programmatic leadership of DISA’s classified voice, video, data, and infrastructure that support senior leadership communications, continuity of operations, continuity of government, and nuclear command, control, and communication across the DOD, federal government, and mission partners.
As the chief of the Cyber Situational Awareness and Analytics division at DISA, he was the DOD enterprise provider of cyber situational awareness infrastructure for information sharing, collaboration, and analytic solutions for DODIN and defensive cyber operations. In addition to situational awareness infrastructure, he maintained a collaborative DOD cyber analytic development environment that provided enterprise analytics for DODIN and defensive cyber operations.
Paczkowski received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester and holds a master’s degree in systems Engineering of Computer Based Systems from George Mason University. He is also a 2017 graduate of the Federal Executive Institute’s Leadership for a Democratic Society.


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