Potomac Officers Club, the top membership organization dedicated to connecting and empowering executives within the government contracting (GovCon) community, hosted its Trusted Workforce Forum on Wednesday, June 16th.
The Trusted Workforce Forum showcased notable and influential leaders discussing the Trusted Workforce 2.0 efforts to reduce the security clearance backlog and strengthen national security.
William Lietzau, director of the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA), delivered the Forum’s keynote address. In his address, Lietzau discussed his vision for trusted workforce efforts, upcoming major initiatives and private industry’s role in developing secure workforces.
The Forum also hosted an expert panel moderated by Jeffrey Huth of TransUnion, featuring Heather Green of DSCA, Beth McGrath of Deloitte, David Buckley of KPMG Federal Services, Richard McComb of the Department of Homeland Security, Cindi Stuebner and Pegasystems and Mark Frownfelter of NCSC.
The Forum’s keynote address and informative panel conversations regarding the Trusted Workforce 2.0 framework, consolidating the security clearance process and fixing problems hampering the process of securing initial clearances and then transitioning cleared employees among different agencies.
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Mark your calendar for July 8th, when the Potomac Officers Club will host its 2021 Air Force Acquisition Forum. Do not wait to save your spot for this must-watch Forum. Visit PotomacOfficersClub.com to register for the 2021 Air Force Acquisition Forum on July 8th.
Darlene Costello, acting assistant secretary of the U.S. Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, will serve as keynote speaker. She will explain her perspective and priorities for the Air Force’s relationship with private industry and the accomplishments of the Air Force’s acquisition process and culture.