NDIA Space Division Elects SEI Chief Engineer to Executive Council

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June 22, 2011—Dewanne Phillips, acting Intelligence Community chief engineer, Acquisition Support Program, was recently selected to join, as a voting member, the Executive Council and Board of Directors of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Space Division. The Executive Council and Board of Directors provide critical insight into national space strategies and policy matters. 

The NDIA Space Division provides an ongoing network for communications, opinions, and various viewpoints with the government on space-related topics through meetings, conferences and research to carry out its mission. The Space Division works jointly with other NDIA chapters, the DoD, and other government agencies that are involved with space-related activities. NDIA works collaboratively with industry partners, professional societies, universities, and other groups that share a similar belief in meeting its mission objectives. 

Phillips has more than 28 years of experience as a software program manager and system engineer managing, developing, and testing both large and small systems in all stages of a program’s life cycle. She has provided trusted on-site advice to government organizations and other federally funded research and development centers for all software system engineering disciplines during her assignments at program offices in the Boston; Los Angeles; and Washington, D.C., areas. Phillips has been with the SEI for seven years and currently leads several engagement efforts in the Intelligence Community.

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