It is with sincere regret that NDIA must cancel the C4ISR Breakfast, 492A, scheduled to take place on October 3, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, VA due to the inability of the speaker, Mr. Hari Bezwada, CIO, PEO EIS, to attend in light of the recent government shutdown.
All registration fees will be refunded in full. We sincerely thank you for your interest in this event and hope you will participate in future C4ISR events. We apologize for this inconvenience.
The C4ISR Division is comprised of two committees: C4 and Intel. The focus of the two committees is on OSD and Defense Intelligence at the Operational and Tactical Levels as follows:
C4 Committee provides a forum for industry and government to address:
-secure information sharing environment
-trusted information networks and collaboration among those involved
-joint network operations
-data strategy and data movement architectures
-enhanced knowledge management and decision support systems
-actionable situation awareness
Intelligence Committee provides a forum for industry and government to address:
-intelligence collection and analysis
-MASINT programs and delivery systems
-SIGINT and imagery (video) collection and dissemination
-INTEL Fusion Centers
Mr. Hari Bezwada was appointed Chief Information Officer, PEO EIS, in November 2010. Mr. Bezwada is responsible for and ensures cyber security awareness and compliance, advance technology assessments and standardization, strategic planning and architecture consistency among the more than 60 DoD and Army acquisition programs across the PEO EIS-supported Mission Areas.
Mr. Bezwada also served as the PEO EIS Portfolio Integration Officer (PIO) for Communications, Computing Infrastructure and Enterprise Services until October 2011, managing over 800 military, civilian, and contractor staff around the world that executed over $2 billion per year.
Prior to joining PEO EIS, Mr. Bezwada served as the Director for Information Technology Project Office-Pentagon Renovation, where he was responsible for a $2 billion renovation and modernization of the Pentagon’s information technology systems and infrastructure (29 IT disciplines) as part of the overall Pentagon Renovation effort. He also held extensive leadership positions with United States, United Kingdom, French, and NATO joint tri-service program offices that developed nuclear, anti-jam, benign survivable communication systems.