NDIA Headquarters Staff
Procurement Executive Committee (PEC)
This Committee functions as the executive body of the Procurement Division and will determine the Division's objectives, policies, and major courses of action and means of implementing such objectives and policies. This is an elected body.
John Russell, Northrop Grumman Corporation
Vice Chair: Paul Pompeo, Arnold & Porter
Contract Finance Committee (CF)
This Committee focuses on the many constantly evolving pricing, costing, and financial aspects of government acquisition. Acquisition activities relating to financial management, financial accounting, auditing, cost allowability, cost reporting, contract pricing, financing, profits, payments, and disbursements are subject areas of concern, reaction, recommendation, and follow-up for this committee.
Vice Chair: Robin Schulze, Ernst & Young
- Chair: Paul Matt Popham, Leidos
Contract & Acquisition Management Committee (CAM)
This Committee monitors those aspects of government acquisition dealing with the solicitation process, contract negotiation, and the administration and close-out of government contracts.
- Chair: Paul Bailey, CH2M Hill
Vice Chair: Jay Heath, Northrop Grumman Corporation
This committee acts on legal issues facing government contractors, including statutes, regulations, court decisions, and federal agency policies related to the affairs of the association generally and to the federal acquisition and procurement process more specifically.
Vice Chair: Michael Anstett, Fried Frank
- Chair: William Colwell, Northrop Grumman Corporation
The Government Property Management Systems Committee is responsible for providing in-depth analysis on the impact to industry stemming from proposed laws and regulation changes, legislative proposals, and Government internally issued guidance, instructions and policies affecting member companies.
- Chair: Pam McFarland, Raytheon Company
- Vice Chair: Harry Campagna, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co.
Industrial Security Committee (ISC)
This Committee represents member companies in all matters regarding industrial security. It is responsible for monitoring all security matters relating to the Defense Industrial Security Program (DISP), special access programs, and other activities which affect national security programs and corporate assets.
Mitch Lawrence, USIS
Vice Chair: Richard Lawhorn, L-3