Discussion with The Hon. Sean Stackley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy

January 7, 2015 - 11:00 am

1030 15th Street, NW, 12th Floor (West Tower)
Washington, DC
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED. You may watch this event live on Wednesday, January 7th by clicking the link below. 


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Discussion with The Hon. Sean Stackley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisiton

A DISCUSSION WITH
The Hon. Sean Stackley
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for
Research, Development, and Acquisition
US Department of the Navy

INTRODUCTION BY
Arnold Punaro
Chairman
National Defense Industrial Association

MODERATED BY
Steven Grundman
M.A. and George Lund Fellow
Atlantic Council
 

The Atlantic Council is pleased to announce that Sean Stackley, the US Department of the Navy's assistant secretary for research, development, and acquisition, will give an Atlantic Council Defense-Industrial Policy address at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 7th, at the Atlantic Council's headquarters.

The Hon. Sean Stackley is the US Navy's acquisition executive and is responsible for the research, development, and acquisition of Navy and Marine Corps platforms and warfare systems which includes oversight of more than 100,000 people and an annual budget in excess of $50 billion. Previously, he served as a professional staff member of the Senate Armed Services Committee where he was responsible for overseeing Navy and Marine Corps programs, US Transportation Command matters and related policy for the Seapower Subcommittee. He also advised on Navy and Marine Corps operations and maintenance, science and technology, and acquisition policy.

The Defense-Industrial Policy Series is a platform for senior government executives in defense and aerospace to address the public policies that shape these industries' markets. By engaging the perspective of government leaders about issues at the interface of defense ministries and industries, the series aims to cultivate a constituency for practical solutions to these problems.



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