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The Intent and Expectations of DoD’s Newly Released Interim DoDI 5000.02

Program Code: 170096
Seminar Date: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Start Time: 12:00 PM EST
Registration fee: $189.00

On November 25, 2013, the undersecretary of defense (acquisition, technology, and logistics) released an interim revision of the Department of Defense Instruction (DODI) 5000.02, "The Operation of the Defense Acquisition System." This is the first revision in the Instruction since 2008 and represents a renewed emphasis on tailoring the process based on the unique aspects of the program, and also on gaining early understanding of the key program requirements and the maturity of the key supporting technologies. The revision further formally integrates key elements of the "Better Buying Power" initiatives. Overall, the theme of the revised Instruction is to provide a structure for improving the efficiency and productivity of defense spending. 

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Glen PhillipsGlen Phillips, PMP
ASI Government 
Glen Phillips has over 25 years of acquisition program management experience primarily within the department of defense.  During that time he has managed major and less than major weapon system development efforts; been responsible for resources and budgets for major US Air Force test ranges and facilities; and served as a faculty member and department chair at the Defense Acquisition University (DAU).  While at DAU he was responsible for course development and teaching in a variety of earned value management and acquisition program management classes.  While at DAU and since his retirement from the Air Force and joining Acquisition Solutions, Glen has provided consulting services to many defense and civilian federal agencies regarding acquisition program management, earned value management, acquisition strategy development, and project planning and scheduling.  Since joining ASI Government, Glen has developed ASI’s the “Essentials of Earned Value Management” course and co-developed the “Integrated Project Planning” course.

 Teri TaylorTeri Taylor
 ASI Government
Teri Taylor is the Director of Client Solutions with ASI Government’s Knowledge and Learning Products (K&LP), responsible for engaging the clients in various facets of the Virtual Acquisition OfficeTM and Applied Learning Online (ALO).  Prior to joining ASI Government 12 years ago, she was a federal contracting officer. She has more than 15 years of experience in acquiring primarily multi-million-dollar operations and maintenance service contracts to support highly sophisticated research laboratories. Teri’s experience includes developing performance-based work statements and statements of objectives, conducting workload analyses to determine program needs, performance incentives and facilitating work sessions and conferences to maximize program success. 

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