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Mr. Michael A. Daniels Mr. Daniels joined LMI’s Board in 2007. He is the former Chairman of Network Solutions, former Chair
Mr. Michael A. Daniels Mr. Daniels has served with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, on the United States Tra
The Honorable DouglasMr. Bereuter joined LMI’s Board in 2005. He is the former President of The Asia Foundation and a form
The Honorable DouglasMr. Bereuter holds a BA with honors from the University of Nebraska and has master’s degrees from H
Member General Dail joined LMI’s
Lieutenant General Robert T. Dail, USA (Retired) Board in 2009. He is the President of Supreme Group, USA, a global logistics
Member Before DLA, he (Retired)
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Lieutenant General Robert T. Dail, USA (Retired)
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The Honorable Nelson M. Ford former Under Secretary of the Army, joined LMI’s Board in January 2009 with his appointme
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Member Dr. Kelman joined LMI’s Board in 2009. He is the Weatherhead Professor of Public Management at Ha
Dr. Steven Kelman
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Dr. Steven Kelman
Member Mr. Krieg
The Honorable Kenneth J. Krieg joined LMI’s Board in December 2008. He runs Samford Global Strategies and is the former U
Member Before his
The Honorable Kenneth J. Krieg DoD affiliations, Mr. Krieg worked for International Paper for 11 years, most recently as Vic
Ms. PatriciaMember Ms. McGinnis joined LMI’s Board in 2004. She is Professor of Practice at Georgetown University’s Publ
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Member Jonathan Perlin, MD, PhD, MSHA, FACP, FACMI, joined LMI’s Board in 2007. He is the Chief Medical Of
The Honorable Jonathan B. Perlin
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The Honorable Jonathan B. Perlin
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The Honorable Jonathan B.Perlin holds a PhD with his MD as part of the Medical Scientist Training Program at Virginia Commo
Member General Raggio entered the Air Force in 1966 as distinguished President of Dayton Aerospace, joined
Lieutenant General Robert F. Raggio, USAF (Retired)General Raggio, theaExecutive Vice graduate of the Montana State Univer
Member General Raggio holds a BS in electrical engineering from Montana State University and an MS in joined
Lieutenant General Robert F. Raggio, USAF (Retired)General Raggio, the Executive Vice President of Dayton Aerospace, indust
f Network Solutions, former Chairman and CEO of Mobile 365, and former Chairman of the Northern Virginia Technology Counsel. He is a
s Agency, on the United States Trade Representatives International Investment Policy Advisory Commission, as a US National Commission
of The Asia Foundation and a former US Representative from Nebraska. Mr. Bereuter served 13 terms in the US House of Representatives
a and has master’s degrees from Harvard University in city planning and public administration.
me Group, USA, a global logistics services company headquartered in Reston, VA. He is the former Director of the Defense Logistics Agen
mand. He has commanded transportation units at every level, from platoon to corps, across the full range of Army combat capabilities.
master’s degrees from Boston University, the National Defense University, and the United States Army Command and General Staff College
January 2009 with his appointment as LMI’s 11th President. Before that, he was the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Manage
cturer of disposable medical products. During the 1990s, he was Chief Operating Officer of Georgetown University Medical Center.
has a master’s in education from the University of Delaware, and has completed additional professional training at the University of Penns
ssor of Public Management at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. In 1993–97, Dr. Kelman served as Administrat
king process. In 1996, he was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration. In 2001, he received the Herbert Roback
obal Strategies and is the former Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics. Before that, Mr. Krieg served as Sp
for 11 years, most recently as Vice President and General Manager of the Office and Consumer Paper Division. He holds a BA in history fr
e at Georgetown University’s Public Policy Institute and Advisor to the White House on presidential appointee leadership programs. She is
d Principal of the FMR Group, a public affairs consulting firm in Washington, DC. Her government service includes posts at the Office of M
College and an MPA from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
n 2007. He is the Chief Medical Officer and President, Clinical Services, for Nashville-based HCA, the nation’s largest private healthcare sys
n the Department of Veterans Affairs for the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). Prior roles in VHA included serving as the Deputy Und
aining Program at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Medical College of Virginia and an MS degree in health administration.
uate of the Montana State University Reserve Officer Training Corps program. He flew more than 150 combat rescue missions in the HH-4
ate University and an MS in industrial engineering from Purdue University.
ginia Technology Counsel. He is a former Senior Vice President of SAIC, where he identified and purchased Network Solutions and led tha
sion, as a US National Commissioner for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, as a senior White House Adv
n the US House of Representatives and for 20 years was a leading member of the House International Relations Committee, where he serv
tor of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), which provides the armed services and other federal agencies with logistics, acquisition, and te
ge of Army combat capabilities.
ommand and General Staff College.
of the Army for Financial Management and Comptroller. In 2005–06, he served as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army forFi
University Medical Center.
training at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Kelman served as Administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy in the Office of Management and Budget. He led adminis
1, he received the Herbert Roback Memorial Award, the highest award of the National Contract Management Association. Dr. Kelman hol
Before that, Mr. Krieg served as Special Assistant to the Secretary and Director for Program Analysis and Evaluation at the Department of
ivision. He holds a BA in history from Davidson College and an MPP from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
ointee leadership programs. She is the former President and CEO of the nonpartisan, not-for-profit Council for Excellence in Government.
e includes posts at the Office of Management and Budget, Department of Commerce, and Senate Budget Committee. She is a Fellow of th
on’s largest private healthcare system.
cluded serving as the Deputy Under Secretary, Acting Chief of Research and Development, and Chief Quality and Performance Officer. Dr
ombat rescue missions in the HH-43 helicopter from bases in Vietnam and Thailand. He also served in the Air Force Office of Legislative Lia
ed Network Solutions and led that company through one of the largest technology equity offerings in history.
tion, as a senior White House Advisor on International Technology, and as a Senior Advisor to the National Security Council.
elations Committee, where he served as Vice Chairman for 6 years and as Chairman of the Asia and Pacific Subcommittee and Europe Sub
s with logistics, acquisition, and technical services.
istant Secretary of the Army forFinancial Management and Comptroller. Before that, he was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health Budge
ement and Budget. He led administration efforts in support of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 and the Federal Acquisitio
ement Association. Dr. Kelman holds a PhD in government from Harvard University.
Evaluation at the Department of Defense (DoD) and was Executive Secretary of the Senior Executive Council.
ment at Harvard University.
cil for Excellence in Government.
t Committee. She is a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration.
uality and Performance Officer. Dr. Perlin had previously served as Medical Director for Quality Improvement at the Medical College of Vir
e Air Force Office of Legislative Liaison and directed the acquisition of several aircraft systems, including the F-22.
nal Security Council.
ic Subcommittee and Europe Subcommittee. Mr. Bereuter also served for 10 years on the House Intelligence Committee, retiring as its Vi
istant Secretary for Health Budgets and Financial Policy in the Department of Defense.
f 1994 and the Federal Acquisition Reform Act of 1995.
ment at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals.
gence Committee, retiring as its Vice Chairman.
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The Honorable Nelson M. CEO Ford joined LMI in 2009 as President and CEO. Prior to joining LMI, Mr. Ford was Under Secreta
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William B. Moore Dr. Moore manages the Infrastructure Management operating unit and is responsible for LMI's work in
Senior President, Resource Management
Donna Bennett Vice Ms. Bennett manages the Resource Management operating unit, leading LMI’s resource allocation, fin
Senior President, Logistics Management
Jeffery P. Bennett Vice Mr. Bennett manages the Logistics Management operating unit, directing studies and analysis that LM
Senior Vice President, Corporate Finance
Anthony J. Provenzano Mr. Provenzano has served as LMI's chief financial officer since 1989, responsible for all financial and c
Senior Vice Joining LMIGeneral Counsel, andresponsible Secretary affairs of the company. As corporate secretar
Manik K. Rath President, in 2005, Mr. Rath is Corporate for the legal
g LMI, Mr. Ford was Under Secretary of the Army. Previous to this position, he held several senior financial management positions in U.S.
nd is responsible for LMI's work in facilities and engineering management, environmental and energy management, organizational impro
ding LMI’s resource allocation, financial management, acquisition, technology assessment, and information practices. She joined LMI in 2
cting studies and analysis that LMI conducts for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, military services, and federal agencies. Formerly a
, responsible for all financial and contractual functions. He began his career at LMI in 1975 as a member of the research staff, following a
e company. As corporate secretary, he is responsible for coordinating meetings of the Board of Directors and recording the Board’s busine
ial management positions in U.S. Army and Department of Defense, including Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management
management, organizational improvement and human capital, intelligence programs, and health systems management. He is the senior ma
tion practices. She joined LMI in 2005 as Infrastructure Research Chair and Senior Fellow for the LMI Research Institute and the Infrastruc
and federal agencies. Formerly a Navy supply officer, Mr. Bennett also served in the Senior Executive Service at OSD Program Analysis an
of the research staff, following a 5-year term as an intelligence officer with the CIA. He departed LMI in 1979 to pursue a career in busine
s and recording the Board’s business. Before joining LMI, he was vice president, deputy general counsel, and assistant secretary of Alion S
Army for Financial Management and Comptroller. From 1997 to 2000, he was President and CEO of Clinipad, a manufacturer of disposab
management. He is the senior management contact for government officials with infrastructure management concerns. He was instrume
earch Institute and the Infrastructure Management operating unit. She is a retired federal senior executive with broad leadership experie
ervice at OSD Program Analysis and Evaluation as the Director of the Force and Infrastructure Cost Analysis Division. He earned a bachelor
1979 to pursue a career in business operations with two local government contractors, the System Planning Corporation and the Melpar
and assistant secretary of Alion Science and Technology Corporation. He also served on the board of directors and acted as secretary to t
nipad, a manufacturer of disposable medical products. Earlier in the 1990s, he was Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of G
ement concerns. He was instrumental in developing approaches for implementing the requirements of the Government Performance and
tive with broad leadership experience accumulated during her 35-year government career. Her final position was as the Commissioner of
ysis Division. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in operations resea
ning Corporation and the Melpar division of E-Systems. He returned to LMI in 1986 as special assistant to the chief financial officer and w
rectors and acted as secretary to two of Alion’s subsidiaries and was general counsel to one subsidiary. Previously, he was an attorney wit
r and Chief Operating Officer of Georgetown University Medical Center. In the 1980s, Mr. Ford was a partner with Coopers & Lybrand, pro
the Government Performance and Results Act, diagnosing the performance of government organizations and large-scale programs, impro
ition was as the Commissioner of GSA's Federal Supply Service, an organization of 3,000 associates that provided over $42 billion a year in
aster’s degree in operations research from the Naval Post Graduate School.
to the chief financial officer and was assigned responsibility for administrative operations. He received a bachelor of science degree in eco
Previously, he was an attorney with the law firms of McGuire Woods and Baker and McKenzie. The Washington Business Journal named h
rtner with Coopers & Lybrand, providing strategic and financial consulting services to a wide range of healthcare clients. During the 1970s
ns and large-scale programs, improving project management, and evaluating the risk associated with implementation of large projects. He
provided over $42 billion a year in essential supplies and services to Federal agencies worldwide. She served in this position from Septem
bachelor of science degree in economics from Fordham University in 1968 and an MBA from New York University in 1970.
hington Business Journal named him one of the "Top Washington Lawyers" in 2005. He has been admitted by the State Bar of Texas, Virgi
althcare clients. During the 1970s, he was the Executive Secretary of the Health Care Financing Administration and worked on health poli
plementation of large projects. He is also responsible for corporate business development resources and efforts. He received a bachelor o
rved in this position from September 2000 until she retired in July 2005. Prior to being named Commissioner, she served for six years as t
University in 1970.
ed by the State Bar of Texas, Virginia State Bar, and District of Columbia Bar Association, as well as several U.S. district courts and courts o
tration and worked on health policy matters in the Office of Management and Budget. Mr. Ford holds a bachelor’s degree in history from
d efforts. He received a bachelor of science degree from the United States Military Academy, an MBA from Drury University, a master of s
ioner, she served for six years as the Deputy Commissioner. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in economics and a Master’s in Business Admin
ral U.S. district courts and courts of appeals. He has a juris doctor and bachelor of arts from the University of Virginia.
bachelor’s degree in history from Duke University, and a master’s in education from the University of Delaware. He is currently on the B
m Drury University, a master of science degree in engineering from Pennsylvania State University, and a doctorate in civil engineering fro
and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Maryland. She received Presidential Rank Awards for Meritorious and D
ty of Virginia.
elaware. He is currently on the B
a doctorate in civil engineering from the University of Mary
ank Awards for Meritorious and Dist
Name Position Bio
P Ms. Ryan
Nora K. Ryanrogram Manager joined LMI in 2001 after working for more than 11 years in various supply chain and logistics
Distinguished Fellows General Kelly (ret.) joined LMI in 2005 after completing 35 years of service with the U.S. M
Richard L. Kelly Lieutenant
Distinguished Fellows Moose was a career member of the U.S. Foreign Service, where he attained the rank of C
George E. Moose Ambassador
Distinguished Fellowsis a nationally recognized expert in the field of energy economics. He joined LMI in 2000 afte
Michael E. Canes Dr. Canes
Distinguished Fellows joined LMI as a distinguished fellow in May 2009. Mr. Kunkel is a former Acting Assistant Se
Peter E. Kunkel Mr. Kunkel
various supply chain and logistics capacities. Her prior experience included inventory management and the scheduling of high-dollar part
5 years of service with the U.S. Marine Corps. His final assignment was as Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics. General Kelly p
e, where he attained the rank of Career Ambassador. His service with the U.S. State Department included assignments in Asia, Africa, the C
nomics. He joined LMI in 2000 after a distinguished career as vice president and chief economist of the American Petroleum Institute. His
nkel is a former Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management and Comptroller. He has also served in various capacitie
the scheduling of high-dollar parts with Caterpillar, analyzing and designing operationally sound intermodal rail and container port faciliti
tions and Logistics. General Kelly provides strategic advice to LMI’s corporate leadership, and he directly supports the LMI Research Institu
d assignments in Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, and Europe. He held appointments as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Benin (1983–86) a
American Petroleum Institute. His areas of expertise include energy economics, energy management, energy policy, environmental manag
as also served in various capacities at the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He is a former Marine and investment banker with the globa
odal rail and container port facilities for many of the major Class I railroads and U.S. port authorities, and leading a technical sales group fo
supports the LMI Research Institute and the Logistics Management operating unit. He is a key player in LMI’s corporate outreach to univ
he Republic of Benin (1983–86) and to the Republic of Senegal (1988–91). From 1991 to 1992, Ambassador Moose served as U.S. Alterna
ergy policy, environmental management, and environmental economics. He was a principal participant in the Defense Science Board’s 20
investment banker with the global investment banking firm, UBS. Mr. Kunkel has a BA in economics from Northwestern University and a J
d leading a technical sales group for supplier relationship management software at i2 Technologies. At LMI, Ms. Ryan has performed busin
LMI’s corporate outreach to universities, institutes, associations, and small businesses. In addition to his work with LMI, General Kelly ser
dor Moose served as U.S. Alternate Representative to the United Nations Security Council. In 1993, he was appointed Assistant Secretary
n the Defense Science Board’s 2008 study of Department of Defense energy strategy, and he is an officer in the U.S. Association for Energ
m Northwestern University and a JD from the University of San Francisco School of Law. He is a member in good standing of the New York
MI, Ms. Ryan has performed business and financial analyses of transportation and logistics processes and technologies, with clients that ra
s work with LMI, General Kelly serves on several corporate and advisory boards, including the Penn State Business School Board of Visitor
was appointed Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, a position he occupied until 1997. From 1998 to 2001, he was U.S. Permane
er in the U.S. Association for Energy Economics. Dr. Canes earned a BS in mathematics and an MBA from the University of Chicago, an MS
in good standing of the New York Bar Association.
d technologies, with clients that range from the U.S. Transportation Command to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and
e Business School Board of Visitors. His degrees include a BA in history, a BA in economics and business administration, and an MBA. He is
998 to 2001, he was U.S. Permanent Representative to the European Office of the United Nations in Geneva. Ambassador Moose is adjunc
the University of Chicago, an MS in economics from the London School of Economics, and a PhD in economics from UCLA.
ics and Space Administration and the Intelligence Community. In her role as the Program Manager for the Research Institute, Ms. Ryan ov
administration, and an MBA. He is a graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces (with distinction), and he has completed sever
eva. Ambassador Moose is adjunct professor of practice at the Elliot School of International Affairs, The George Washington University. H
nomics from UCLA.
he Research Institute, Ms. Ryan oversees the evaluation and funding of internal research projects, manages any Research Institute strateg
tion), and he has completed several executive education programs in corporate directorship and financial management. General Kelly is a
George Washington University. He serves on the boards of Search for Common Ground, the Atlantic Council, and Elderhostel. In June 200
ges any Research Institute strategic projects, oversees the publication of articles and papers submitted to journals and other pu
al management. General Kelly is a distinguished graduate of Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School and Penn State Univer
uncil, and Elderhostel. In June 2007, he was appointed by the White House to the board of directors of the U.S. Institute of Peace, where
to journals and other pu
Penn State Univer
the U.S. Institute of Peace, where he now s
Kostiuk, Pete, and Dou Long. "An Application of Real Options to Government R&D Portfolio Management." Proceedings of th
Hasan, Shahab. “Can NGATS Meet the Demands of the Future?” Journal of Air Traffic Control. January–March 2006.
Bratt, Gary M. "Prioritizing Industrial Chemical Hazards." Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Part A. June 11–25,
Glace, Jessica, Michelle Kordell, and Brian Mansir. "Defense Energy Support Center Develops Commercial Standard Enabling F
Management." Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research. March 2007.
ol. January–March 2006.
mental Health Part A. June 11–25, 2005.
s Commercial Standard Enabling Federal Biodiesel Use." DSP Journal. April/June 2005.
Mr. Scott Sklar April 8, 2011, Mr. Scott Sklar spoke to LMI about renewable energy systems that blend combinations of variou
On February 28, 2011, Dr. David Helms spoke to LMI about the evolution of health care coverage in the United Sta
Dr. David Helms http://www.lmi.org/About-LMI/LMI-Research-Institute-(1)/Distinguished-Speakers/Dr--David-Helms.a
On February 14, 2011, Mr. Randy Atkins came to LMI to kick off our 2011 Distinguished Speaker Series. Mr. Atkins
Mr. Randy Atkins http://www.lmi.org/About-LMI/LMI-Research-Institute-(1)/Distinguished-Speakers/Mr--Randy-Atkins.
On June http://www.lmi.org/About-LMI/LMI-Research-Institute-(1)/Distinguished-Speakers/Dr--Joseph-Kasput
Dr. Joseph Kasputys 9, 2010, Dr. Joseph Kasputys came to LMI as our final “revolution” speaker. Dr. Kasputys closed our series
On June Woolsey
Honorable R. James 30,2010, the Honorable R. James Woolsey came to LMI as part of our Distinguished Speakers Program. M
LMI was http://www.lmi.org/About-LMI/LMI-Research-Institute-(1)/Distinguished-Speakers/Mr--Tim-Hoechst.a
Mr. Tim Hoechst privileged to host Mr. Tim Hoechst, Chief Technology Officer for Agilex Technologies, who came to LMI Ju
On May 10, 2010, Ms. Kathleen Newland, Director of the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), gave a talk at LMI as pa
Ms. Kathleen Newland http://www.lmi.org/About-LMI/LMI-Research-Institute-(1)/Distinguished-Speakers/Ms--Kathleen-New
Krepinevich 2010, Dr. Andrew Krepinevich, president of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, cam
Dr. Andrew On April 28,http://www.lmi.org/About-LMI/LMI-Research-Institute-(1)/Distinguished-Speakers/Dr--Andrew-F--Kre
On April 6, 2010,
Ms. Johanna Nesseth Tuttle Ms. Johanna Nesseth Tuttle, vice president for strategic planning at the Center for Strategic and
On Steve Branham
RADM Admiral Tuesday, March 30, 2010, the LMI Research Institute welcomed Rear Admiral Steve Branham, commander of t
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2011 Radio Catherine Identification May-June 2011, Volume 43, Issue 3
Kelly, Patricia andFrequency Robertello Tags in Modern Distribution Processes
2011 “Vaccine Supply Chains Need To Be Better Funded
Health Affairs, June Cheyne
Judith Kaufmann, Miller, Roger, and James 2011, Vol 30, no. 6 And Strengthened, Or Lives Will Be At Risk”
2011 Further Phalanx, March 2011
Kuhn, George W.S. Considerations on Operations, Planning, and OR
2011 Jackson, Lee Defense Be Prudent Approach - April 2011
Fiscal Austerity May Transportation Journal, Nation's Infrastructure Demands Immediate Attention
2011 Attracting Strange Bedfellows: Climate 2011
Selman, John and MattThe Public Manager, Spring Users Reshape the Conversation
2011 Standardizing the Rapid Delivery of Program Journal, January/March 2011
Bunch, Trevor, Nate Minshew, and Roy Kinney Software to Warfighters
2011 The and Roger Lueken
Defense Standardization Program Journal,
Canes, Michael,Use of Geothermal Energy for Military Purposes January/March 2011
2011 Data and Denise Duncan
Defense Standardization Program Journal, January/March 2011
Stouffer, VirginiaStandards Landscape 101
2011 The High Cost of Technical Data Program Journal, January/March 2011
Stouffer, Virginia Dense Standardization
2011 Building Regulatory And Operation Flexibility Into Accountable Care Organizations and 'Shared Savings
Bertko, John M., Steven M. LiebermanJanuary 2011
2011 Perspectives on Maintenance:39 no. 1, of Highly2011
Erickson, Steve SOLE's Oracle Vol. Impacts January Intergrated Systems - Continued from Previous Issue
2010 U.S. Army AL&T Online, January 2010
Garner, Dave Warfighters Benefit from Swedish-Developed Radar Technology
2010 Patrick Coady, Clark Spencer,of Preventive Medicine, January 2010
American Journal et al.
Bratt, Gary,The Army Health Hazard Assessment Program's Medical Cost-Avoidance Model
2010 Kuhn, George Phalanx, March 2010
When Will Support Planning Finally Escape its 'Mass-Logistics' Past?
2010 Mansir, Brian DSP Journal, July-September 2010
Mitigating DoD's Acquisition Risks
2010 Defense AT&L, Management:
Oaks, DavidImproved End-of-Life CycleOctober 2010 Yesterday's Equipment Conserving Today's Dollars
2010 B. The Public Manager, Winter 2010
Waitt, ColinMeeting the Public's Demands: Renewing Performance Management
2010 Giverning Tangible Risk:New SCOR Model
Wilkerson, Taylor X-SCM: The The Science of X-treme Supply Chain Management, 2011
2010 Q&A with the Supply Chain Council
Wilkerson, Taylor ELInsights, October 1, 2010
2009 Managing Incentives for Green Vehicles 2008-09
Diamond, David The Public Manager, Winter
2009 The of Government Incentives for
Diamond, DavidImpact Energy Policy 37, March 2009 Hybrid-electric Vehicles: Evidence from U.S. States
2009 Army International Programs: A Win-Win
Army AL&T, April-June Mewett
Diamond, David, Keith Webster, Christopher J.2009 for the U.S. and Our Allies
2009 Evaluating Real Options for Mitigating
International Journal of Project Management, May 2009
Eckhause, Jeremy, Danny Hughes, Steven Gabriel Technical Risk in Public Sector R&D Acquisitions
2009 Developing RMS Partnership Newsletter, Cross
a Reliability Investment Lon February 2009
Forbes, Dr. James., Dr. David Lee, Andrew Long,Model
2009 A Multidisciplined Approach to TomProgram Journal, July/September 2009
Canes, Standardization Joseph
Hardison, Rob, MichaelDefenseLeo Plonsky,Fostering Adoption of Hydrogen Fuel Cells
2009 Assessing the Cost of Corrosion to the Aerospace Industry
Herzberg, Eric Corrosion Control in the Aerospace Industry, 2009
2009 Building a Wolfe, Robert Pokorny Program Journal, to the Warfighter
Kordell, Michelle, CliffBetter Tool to Deliver High-Quality ProductsOctober/December 2009
2009 Guarding Against Counterfeit Parts
Kumaran, Muthu, John Defense Standardization Program Journal, October/December 2009
2009 The Defense of NATO Standardization Journal, October/December 2009
Sinks, George Transformation Standardization Program and Interoperability: Challenges and Opportunities for D
2009 Greening Your Supply Chain
Wilkerson, Taylor Defense Standardization Program Journal, October/December 2009
2009 Using the Semantic Web for Interoperability and Chaotic Data
Defense Standardization Program Journal, July/September 2009
Wilson, Greg, Scott Streit
2008 Intransit Management: Its Time Steve Reynolds, et al.
AFLMA Year in Review 2007, Spring 2008
Blazer, Douglas, Tony Parrish, Bernie Smith, Has Come
2008 Fred Elam,Transportation Corps Professional Bulletin, Winter 2008
Brown, Jeff,Changing the Professional Bulletin to Meet the Needs of a Transforming Army
2008 Transportation Corps Regimental Bulletin,
Brown, Jeff The Regiment in the 21st Century: Where to Now? Summer 2008
2008 Transportation Corps Professional Bulletin, Winter 2008
Brown, Jeff The Transportation Corps Commemorative Print: Documenting the Turning Point in Modern Convoy P
2008 Transportation Corps Professional
Brown, Jeff The Transportation Theater Opening Element Bulletin, Winter 2008
2008 The Dialogue, March 4, 2008
Canes, Michael Peculiar Economics of Energy in Defense Operations
2008 Prospects for the US Motorand Power, April 2008
Canes, Michael Industrial Fuels Fuels Market
2008 DoD Proceedings of the U.S.
Christie, John on a Glide Path to Bankruptcy Naval Institute, June 2008
2008 Can DoD Bentley
Fuel Line, April 2008
Cornet, Jackie, JulianHelp Budding Biofuels Industry Grow?
2008 Waste New England the US Health Care February 2008
Delaune, Jules M. and Inefficiency inHealthcare Institute,System - Clinical Care: A Comprehensive Analysis in Supp
2008 Improving Physician Adherence to Clinical Practice Guidelines:
Delaune, Jules M. (Advisor) England Healthcare Institute, February 2008 Barriers and Strategies for Change
2008 How Many MoreEngland Healthcare Institute, February 2008 That Our Health Care System Can Do Be
Delaune, Jules M. New Studies Will It Take? A Collection of Evidence
2008 The of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane Incentives for Hybrids
Diamond, DavidImpact Journal of Public Transportation 11(4), Fourth Quarter 2008 in Virginia
2008 Durant, Ron UID Quarterly, Spring 2008
Transitioning Unique Identification to an Automated Serialized Item Management Information Capabil
2008 A CBM Environment as Enabled through the DoD Policies for Serialized Item Management (SIM) and It
Journal of the American Helicopter Society International, May 2008
Durant, Ron, Chris Sautter
2008 DeterminingLong Much to Invest in Reliability
Forbes, James, AndrewITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation , September 2008
2008 Building Acquisition Workforce to Meet Mission
Girovasi, Edward an The Public Manager, Winter 2007–08 Objectives
2008 A Defense AT&L, Sep-Oct 2008
Gracia, Jaime Game of Numbers: Building Strategic Partnerships with Industry
2008 Best Michael for Reliability Assessment and Verification
ITEA Journal Margaret Evaluation,
Long, E. Andrew,Practices J. Cushing,of Test andHockenberrySeptember 2008
2008 FOSE. The is Greener...
Lyon, Martin P. The GrassPublic Manager, Summer 2008
2008 Transforming the Military HealthFall 2008
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Miller, Roger E., Perry R. Cooper, Donald L. Faust, Daniel Kachenchai
2008 Ogan, Andrew Logistics Spectrum,
Greening Your Supply Chain July/September 2008
2008 Repair Douglas Transformation: Modifying the Supply
Parrish, Tony, and NetworkBlazer in Review 2007, Spring 2008 Chain
2008 Derivation of a Costof Cost Analysis and Parametrics, Spring 2008
Stouffer, Virginia Journal Factor for Electronic Data Dissemination: A Case Study
2008 Parental Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, U.S.
Widener, Anmarie Leave and Child Health: Assessing the Policy Implications for theSeptember 2008
2008 It's About Take Back Your of Parental Leave on Child Health
Widener, Anmarie Time: The ImpactTime Newsletter, March 2008
2008 Family-Friendly Public Manager, Winter 2007–08 II
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Wilkerson, Taylor The Sustainable the Green Supply April
2007 Reducing Aircraft Down for Lack of Parts with Sporadic Demand
Bachman, Tovey Military Operations Research 12(2), 2007
2007 Equipment Readiness in Review 2006, June 2007
Blazer, Douglas, Lori Jones
2007 Logistics Support: Relating Readiness to Summer
Blazer, Douglas, Lt. Col.Air Force Journal of Logistics,Dollars 2007
2007 DLA Capt. JohnForce Journal of Logistics, Fall
Air Flory, An Bowman
Blazer, Douglas, Forward Stocking:GaleEconomic Analysis 2007
2007 Transportation Corps Professional Bulletin, Winter 2007
Brown, Jeff Army Watercraft in a Joint and Expeditionary Army
2007 Study Oil & Gas Journal, October 8, 2007
Canes, Michael Forecasts US Fuel Demand for Next Decade
2007 Where is the U.S. Motor Fuels Market Headed?(EPRINC), August 2007
Canes, Michael Energy Policy Research Foundation
2007 Why Trade is the Wrong Policy Science & Public Policy, George C. Marshall Institute, July 2007
Canes, Michael Cap & Washington Roundtable onto Curb Greenhouse Gases for the United States
2007 Army Research, Development and Acquisition Projects in
Diamond, David, Rita Hassinger Magazine, July–September 2007 Support of NATO
2007 Procurement in a Network-Centric June 2007
Diamond, David RUSI Defence Systems, Environment: Speed Versus Diligence
2007 Sales Through
Defense AT&L, May/June the Defense Commissary System
Egan, Don, Robert Comer the DoD 5000 Process:2007
2007 M The Public Manager,
Farley, Robin anaging DoD in Fiscal Crisis Spring 2007
2007 Theodore Analysis Support for
Methods for Conducting Military Operational Analysis ISBN 0-930473-13-2, 2007
Fulk, David,Chapter 6, Lewis, Gloria Castro Acquisition: Part 1: Analysis of Alternatives
2007 Douglas Blazer, Major David Wall AF GSD Stock Fund
Answer? Managing the
Fulk, David,Is COLT the AFLMA Year in Review 2006, June 2007
2007 DoD CorrDefense, Summer 2007
Herzberg, Eric Releases Landmark Cost of Corrosion Study: Agency Completes Data Analysis for Study's First Pha
2007 Critical Capabilities Science Board 2006 Summer Study on
Williams, Defense Science Board Panel
Kelly, Richard, Michael Defenseand Enabling Technologies (Volume III) 21st Century Strategic Technology Vectors,
2007 Estimating Spare of Spacecraft and with Commonality and Redundancy
Kline, Rob, Tovey Bachman Parts Requirements Rockets, July–August 2007
2007 Transportation Corps Professional Bulletin, Winter 2007
Koch, BruceAnti-Terrorism and Force Protection Implications
2007 Methods for Conducting Military2007
ISBN 0-930473-13-2, Operational Analysis
Loerch, Andrew (ed.), Larry Rainey (ed.)
2007 Executive's The Public Manager, Fall 2007
Guide to Practical Computer Models
Loerch, Andrew G., Daniel T. Maxwell
2007 Parrish, Tony AFLMA 2006 Annual Contingency Operations
Sustainment: Transitioning from Report, June 2007
2007 Meghan The Public Manager,
Rasmussen,From Stovepipes to Networks Summer 2007
2007 Rath, Manik National Defense, July 2007
Mergers, Acquisitions Call for Added Scrutiny
2007 Interim Global Force Journal of Waugh, Supply Chain Management Hunter
Air Logistics Support Center Antoinette Briggs, Herbert Capabilities
Reynolds, Steven, Robert Ohnemus, Phillip Logistics, Winter/Spring 2007
2007 Resource Management, 3rd Quarter 2007
Romito, JoeBusiness Transformation and the Resource Manager
2007 Transforming Financial Management at Army Headquarters
Romito, Joseph Resource Management, 4th Quarter 2007
2007 A J. René van Dorp, Distribution with Power Tails and Methods 36(2), February 2007
Communications in Statistics—Theory
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Name Title Description
John Handy has been with LMI since
John HandyProgram Director, Health Systems Management 1982, and has spent the past 22 years working in healthcare. As le
Director, Center for Health Reform
W. David Helms, Ph.D. David Helms joins LMI January 1, 2011 as the director of its Center for Health Reform after a distinguis
Director, Center for Health Reform
W. David Helms, Ph.D. Dr. Helms is former president and CEO of AcademyHealth, the professional society for health services
Director, Center for Health Reform
W. David Helms, Ph.D. Dr. Helms also founded and directed the Alpha Center, where he was president from 1976–2000. The
Director, Center for Health Reform
W. David Helms, Ph.D. Dr. Helms received a doctorate in public administration and economics in 1979 from the Maxwell Scho
Tim Carrico spent 32 years within government in various aspects of information technology before join
Tim CarricoProgram Manager
Jim O’Keiff arrived at LMI in 1994 from the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and has 37 years of exp
Jim O'Keiff Program Manager
Sam Mallette Sam Mallette joined LMI in 1991, and has more than 25 years of experience in quantitative analysis an
Senior Tim Williamson joined LMI in 2006 following an extensive career successfully managing clinics, hospita
Tim Williamson Consultant
Consultant Siobhan Chambers came to LMI in 2007, and will work to increase the Center’s analytical capacity. Cha
Consultant Jeff Colaianni joined LMI in 1985, and brings 20 years of healthcare experience to the Center. Colaiann
Whitney OwenConsultant Whitney Owen joined LMI in 2006 and will work with the operations of the Center to identify potentia
Consultant Nate Shepherd arrived at LMI in 2009, from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International A
years working in healthcare. As leader of LMI’s Health Systems Management group, Handy advises federal healthcare organizations in th
or Health Reform after a distinguished career leading national health policy and research centers. He is widely recognized as a leading auth
ssional society for health services researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners that provides leadership, professional development, and
s president from 1976–2000. The Alpha Center was a nonpartisan, nonprofit health policy center that provided expert technical assistance
ics in 1979 from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.
nformation technology before joining LMI in 1998. He has ten years in healthcare experience at LMI, plus 23 years working at the Parklaw
al Center, and has 37 years of experience in healthcare, including continuous work since 1996 with the Medicare Managed Care Program,
erience in quantitative analysis and process improvement, 13 years of experience working with the Medicare program. He has developed
cessfully managing clinics, hospitals and regional health care delivery systems in the Military Health System (MHS). He has substantial exp
e Center’s analytical capacity. Chambers has worked with CMS, and has seven years of extensive experience in working with large databa
xperience to the Center. Colaianni is a former Army officer with seven years of experience as a medical logistician. At LMI he has been en
of the Center to identify potential opportunities, coordinate staff, work through contracting issues, and research the impacts of the ACA
hool of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, where he recently completed graduate work, concentrating on economic, sc
eral healthcare organizations in the areas of process improvement, medical logistics, policy analysis and development, organizational deve
widely recognized as a leading authority on improving America’s healthcare system.
p, professional development, and technical assistance to address the country’s healthcare challenges. During this time, he served as senio
ovided expert technical assistance, objective analysis and research, education programs, and facilitation services.
s 23 years working at the Parklawn Computer Center, a large main-frame government service bureau operated by the U. S. Public Health
Medicare Managed Care Program, Medicare Advantage (MA), and it predecessors. At LMI, he is deeply involved in the Centers for Medica
dicare program. He has developed extensive expertise in understanding and analyzing Medicare managed care benefits, costs, and service
em (MHS). He has substantial experience in policy analysis, strategy development, and program execution. Before joining LMI, he was th
ence in working with large databases, mainly in MS Access and SAS, and has logged significant time in SQL through a SAS interface. Chamb
logistician. At LMI he has been engaged in supply management policy for Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), specifically the manag
research the impacts of the ACA on the government healthcare system. She has previously worked with Health Affairs in the Departmen
rk, concentrating on economic, science, technology, and environmental policies. He has significant healthcare experience in the analysis o
development, organizational development, health economics, and information management. His group has helped the Departments of D
uring this time, he served as senior advisor to two national programs sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) that fun
perated by the U. S. Public Health Service. His work for LMI at CMS has included leading the HIGLAS financial system project; Medicare Co
nvolved in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ MA program. He led a series of studies that have recommended improvemen
d care benefits, costs, and service area information. He currently supports decision makers and operational managers at CMS with nume
ion. Before joining LMI, he was the Chief Operating Officer of a 12,500-person regional healthcare delivery system with a $1.4 billion budg
QL through a SAS interface. Chambers holds Masters of Engineering in Operations Research from Cornell University.
ense (OSD), specifically the management and reductions of non-demand based stockages at the wholesale level. He is currently developin
h Health Affairs in the Department of Defense identifying mission oriented task critical assets that are critical to the DOD health mission.
thcare experience in the analysis of large data sets and has supported CMS cost share and meaningful difference analysis. Shepherd holds
has helped the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs migrate from government-operated supply systems to a well-established co
hnson Foundation (RWJF) that fund research on healthcare financing and organization and provide support to states to tackle pressing hea
ncial system project; Medicare Contract Reform which included the acquisition of the Medicare Administrative Contractors and the imple
have recommended improvements to the health plan benefit review component of the program. His commitment to support the goals o
onal managers at CMS with numerous specially-requested managed care health plan analyses. He produces an annual Medicare managed
ery system with a $1.4 billion budget, ensuring resources were matched with healthcare needs of patients in 21 states; and was charged w
ale level. He is currently developing policy and requirements for Coast Guard and supply and maintenance systems. Previously, he manag
ritical to the DOD health mission. Owen has been working with USDA since 2006 on animal disease outbreak preparedness and response
fference analysis. Shepherd holds a Masters of Science in physics from the University of Utah, and a Masters of Public Administration in P
y systems to a well-established commercial infrastructure for both pharmaceutical and medical/surgical items. It has also recommended
ort to states to tackle pressing health coverage and access problems.
trative Contractors and the implementation of Medicare Part D, Prescription drugs; and is currently working on the integrated repository
ommitment to support the goals of this program which provides managed care services to over 10 million Medicare beneficiaries is ongoi
uces an annual Medicare managed care report detailing plan offering and cost data, impacts on enrollees and eligibles, and trends both n
ts in 21 states; and was charged with overseeing Graduate Medical Education programs at four hospitals and 25 feeder clinics. Williamson
ce systems. Previously, he managed the medical equipment program at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where he introduced a variety
break preparedness and response, and has worked with approximately 25 states in developing National Veterinary Stockpile (NVS) plans a
sters of Public Administration in Public Affairs from Princeton University.
items. It has also recommended to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) ways to revitalize its process for evaluating an
rking on the integrated repository of Medicare and Medicaid claims being built for Program Integrity.
n Medicare beneficiaries is ongoing. Prior to his position at Walter Reed, O'Keiff served in a variety of operational leadership positions in
s and eligibles, and trends both nationally and geographically. He has also conducted numerous studies for health- related government a
s and 25 feeder clinics. Williamson has been a policy analyst working in the headquarters of the Military Health System and later supporti
ter, where he introduced a variety of cost containment measures. He also served as inventory team chief at the medical depot in German
Veterinary Stockpile (NVS) plans and exercises. She plans exercises on simulated disease outbreak responses and running warehouses to
talize its process for evaluating and managing Medicare Advantage contracts that serve Medicare beneficiaries, while improving its under
perational leadership positions in military health care. He is a Certified Health Care Executive and holds a Masters of Health Care from Ba
for health- related government agencies including the development of a strategic plan for the stockpiling of childhood vaccines for CDC a
Health System and later supporting the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). He has evaluated the Medicare Advantage pr
ef at the medical depot in Germany. Colaianni holds a Masters of Art in Management from Central Michigan University.
onses and running warehouses to receive, inventory, store, and stage veterinary supplies for distribution into the field for vaccinations an
iciaries, while improving its understanding of the complex managed care marketplace. He leads an expanding practice focused on improv
a Masters of Health Care from Baylor University.
ng of childhood vaccines for CDC and an analysis of various distribution alternatives for medical supplies and pharmaceuticals within the V
uated the Medicare Advantage program – Part C—which pays health insurers to run a managed care plan for seniors at risk adjusted capi
n into the field for vaccinations and other animal disease response methods. Owen holds a Masters of Public Administration from the Ge
nding practice focused on improving the global health supply chain. Handy holds a Masters of Science in Engineering from the George Wa
and pharmaceuticals within the VA healthcare system. Mallette holds a Masters of Engineering and a Masters of Business Administration
an for seniors at risk adjusted capitated rate. Since joining LMI, he has also facilitated integrated product teams that developed action p
Public Administration from the George Washington University.
Engineering from the George Washington University
Masters of Business Administration from Co
teams that developed action p
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Infrastructure Condition Assessment Tool™
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Building Assessment Tool™
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y chain management, which integrates environmental management with traditional supply chain management. Environmental managers h
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n assurance programs by characterizing virtually all military, federal, and commercial assets supporting the military health system. It prov
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ement. Environmental managers have started using a life-cycle analysis approach to managing environmental impacts, and supply manag
nagers prepare and justify long-term budgets to fulfill those needs.
nvestment needed to obtain additional LEED credits. LEED is a voluntary, consensus-based national standard developed by members of t
the military health system. It provides vastly enhanced visibility of health resources.
managers with the information necessary to review all levels of performance—local, regional, and national—and make appropriate budge
des links and instructions for developing cost-effective watershed management projects to mitigate short- and long-term impacts to wate
mental impacts, and supply managers have found process improvements by breaking down barriers between supply chain and environmen
ndard developed by members of the U.S. Green Building Council.
nal—and make appropriate budget and management decisions.
rt- and long-term impacts to water and natural resources.
ween supply chain and environmental managers.