NDIA’s Integrated Program Management Division (IPMD) has announced its new Division Chair, Neil Albert, who will launch this October webinar by going over the “State of the IPMD.” Following this executive update, David Tervonen from the Office of Acquisition, Analytics, and Policy (AAP) and Daniel Goldsmith from the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) will lead their own office- and agency-specific discussions accompanied by informative slides.
Don’t miss this key opportunity to join the IPMD and fellow industry and government leaders for this webinar. It is sure to provide direct access to important information and updates related to program management within the defense industrial base.
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