Cyber Supply Chain Committee

The Supply Chain Committee’s goal is to facilitate industry, government, and academia interaction in policy, legislative, legal and technical areas directly related to increased resiliency and protecting against supply chain cyber threats and vulnerabilities.  Such interaction is intended to promote the development of a secure, resilient and reliable supply chain and to provide for an exchange of information and views between industry, academia, government and military representatives.  The effective cooperation between these groups is essential to establish and maintain U.S. superiority in supply chain cyber security.

Co-Chairs

Jeff Chang, Principal Information Assurance Engineer and Supply Chain Cybersecurity Officer, Lockheed Martin,  jeff.f.chang@lmco.com

Trey Hodgkins, Chief Executive Officer, Hodgkins Consulting, LLC, trey@hodgkinsconsulting.com

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Jeff Chang
Jeff is a Principal Information Assurance Engineer and Supply Chain Cybersecurity Officer within Lockheed Martin. He has 30 plus years of experience in Information Assurance and Technology, Supply Chain Management and Operational Improvement.  By working closely with Corporate Information Security, Programs, Buyers/Subcontract Administrators, Lockheed Martin Suppliers and Exostar (3rd party secured acquisition portal provider), Jeff has been able to formulate an integrated Supply Chain Cyber Risk Management framework to manage Supply Chain cyber risks while ensuring Supply Chain compliance with internal acquisition procedures as well as FAR and DFAR regulations and NIST SP 800-171 requirements. 

Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Long Island University and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership and Strategic Change from University of Denver.  Jeff is also a trained Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt.

Trey Hodgkins
Trey Hodgkins is the CEO and President of Hodgkins Consulting, LLC and is focused on supporting information technology hardware, software, services and solutions providers in the public sector. Trey offers strategic planning, business development and policy and advocacy on issues and topics related to innovative IT products and services.

Previously, Trey served as the Senior Vice President, Public Sector at the Information Technology Alliance for Public Sector or ITAPS, a division of ITI, where he managed a team of professionals responsible for all advocacy, public policy and business development activities for companies facing the public sector market. The Public Sector team at ITAPS was focused on National Security, Homeland Security & Federal Law Enforcement, Federal Civil and State & Local and Education Technology market verticals. Additionally, the team monitored and engaged as needed on all legislative, regulatory and executive branch proposals impacting procurement policy at the Federal and State & Local levels.

Trey has over 33 years in the Federal, State and Local government arenas, with more than half of that time focused on information technology contracting in the public sector. He has served as a staff aide in the Louisiana State Legislature, as a Federal Liaison at the National Rifle Association; Assistant Director for Legislative Affairs at the American Textile Manufacturers Institute, Manager of Governmental Affairs at the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association, Director of Government Relations at the Association of Old Crows and as a Senior Vice President at TechAmerica.

Trey holds two bachelor’s degrees - in Political Science and History – from Louisiana State University and a Master’s degree in Legislative Affairs from The George Washington University. He also holds a Certification as an Association Executive from the American Society of Association Executives.

Trey has been awarded the prestigious Fed 100 Award for his work on IT procurement reform and is a member of the Procurement Round Table.