Michael Davenport, Booz Allen SVP, to Moderate Panel During Potomac Officers Club’s Weaponizing Data Across the Digital Battlefield Virtual Event

Michael Davenport, Booz Allen SVP, to Moderate Panel During Potomac Officers Club’s Weaponizing Data Across the Digital Battlefield Virtual Event
Michael Davenport SVP Booz Allen Hamilton

Michael Davenport, a senior vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton, will moderate the expert panel during Potomac Officers Club’s Weaponizing Data Across the Digital Battlefield Virtual Event on Aug. 11th.

Click here to register for the Weaponizing Data Across the Digital Battlefield Virtual Event.

Davenport leads Booz Allen’s Army command, control, computers, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C5ISR) business. He brings more than 25 years of experience in managing and leading complex C5ISR programs and teams to Potomac Officers Club’s virtual event. 

The organizations that he’s developed engineering and software solutions for include: U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command C5ISR Center Program Executive Office Command Control Communications-Tactical Program Executive Office Intelligence Electronic Warfare & Sensors. 

Prior to his current role with Booz Allen Hamilton, Davenport led the company’s network engineering team, where he designed and implemented solutions for military satellite communications and software-defined radio networks for the Air Force and Navy.

As the U.S. Army continues to evolve to meet the demands of emerging technology and the changing defense landscape, challenges arise in combat. Innovation requires speed of integrating and exploiting innovative technology into the digital battlefield through investments such as open architecture, DevSecOps, next generation governance and converged data platforms. 

Davenport will utilize his knowledge acquired from his career in the public sector to foster conversation revolving around intel and operation mission capabilities, the challenges and priorities of data in warfare and how defense has evolved from the traditional standards to meet the demand of emerging technologies. 

The event will also feature BG Rob Collins, program executive officer for Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) with the U.S. Army and MG Peter Gallagher, director of the Network Cross-Functional Team with the U.S. Army, who will serve as keynote speakers. 

Do not miss this must see event. Click here to register for the Weaponizing Data Across the Digital Battlefield Virtual Event to learn more about defense operations as technology and the defense landscape continue to evolve.

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