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Appendix B Workshop Agenda Wednesday, October 11, 2000 7:15 am 8:00 8:15 Registration and Continental Breakfast Welcome-Tom Cooper, Universal Technology Corporation, Committee Chair Session 1: Past, Present, and Future of Specifications and Standards Chair. Tom Cooper Past DoD/NMAB Involvement with Materials/Processes Specifications and Standard e-Jerry Persh, Zimmerman Associates, Inc.' and Institute for Defense Analyses 8:45 Defense Standardization Program, MiTSpec Reform, and Nongovernment Standards-Steve Lowell, Defense Standardization Program OJfice 9:15 9:45 10:00 Issues Affecting New DoD Programs-Gary R. Aciams, Aeronautical Systems Center, Wright-Patterson AFB Break NDIA Specs and Standards Symposium Summary-Tim Guil1tiams, Boeing 10:30 Panel Discussion with the Speakers of Session 1 Session 2: Company, Commercial, and Military Specifications Chair. Bob Steffen 1:00 Strategies for Adopting Commercial Standards in Defense Procurement: A View from ASTM-Kitty Kono, ASTM, Washington, D. C. 1 1:30 Noon The SAE-AMS Specification System-Gary Pollak, AMS Program Manager, Society of Automotive Engineers Lunch 1:00 Issues Related to Qualified Product L~sts-Arshadt Hafeez, Performance Review Institute 43

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44 Impact of Acquisition Reform on DoD Materials anal Processes Specifications and Standards 1:30 AIA Early Warning Project Group-Dennis Evans, Pratt & Whitney anal Chairman of EWPG 2:00 Panel Discussion with the Speakers of Session 2 2:30 Break Session 3: Implementation Issues Government Agencies' Perspective Chair. Dalte Moore 2:45 3:15 NASA Implementation of Commercial Specifications-Mark Shuart, NASA Langley FAA Perspectives: Barriers and Recommendations for Adoption of Commercial Materials and Processing Standards-Larry Bcewicz, FAA NRS (Composites) 3 :45 Space Implementation-Dave Davis, Directorate of Systems Acquisition, Space ant! Missiles Center, Los Angeles Air Force Station 4:15 Pane] Discussion with the Speakers of Session 3 4:45 Break 5:00 Reception Thursday, October 12, 2000 7:30 am Continental Breakfast Session 4: Implementation Issues DoD Agencies' Perspective Chair. Harold Griffin S:00 8:30 Air Force Implementation of Commercial SpecificationsitR. Scott Kuhnen, ASC/AFRL Engineering Standards Office, Wright-Patterson AFB Navy Implementation of Commercial Specifications-Bob Prine, Naval Air Systems Command 9:00 Acquisition Reform from an Army Airworthiness Perspective-Kirit Bhansali, ARDEC, U.S. Army Aviation and{ Missile Commandt, Redstone Arsenal 9:30 Army Land Systems Implementation of Commercial Specifications- Marta Tomkiw, Interoperability Engineering and Stanalardization Team, Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM)

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Appendix B. Workshop Agenda 10:00 Break 10:15 Panel Discussion with the Speakers of Session 4 Session 5: Implementation Issues Original Equipment Manufacturers' Perspective Chair. Samuel Garbo 10:45 Overview of OEM Implementation Issues-Robert Schafrik, General Electric Aircraft Engines 1 1:15 Boeing Implementation of Commercial Specifications-Keith Porter, Boeing 1 1:45 Commercial Specifications at Lockheed Martin: Implementation Issues and a Proposed Plan for National Standards-Ceci! Schneidler, Lockheed! Martin Aeronautics Company 12:15 pm Lunch 1:00 Pane] Discussion with the Speakers of Session 5 Session 6: Implementation IssuesSupplier and Manufacturer Perspective Chair. Ernest Piisila 1:30 A Material Supplier's Perspective on the Implementation of Commercial Specifications-Milt Miiner, Alcoa, Inc. 2:00 2:30 Implementation of Commercial Specifications: A Manufacturer's Perspective-Randy Kanaby, Rolis-Royce Allison Break 2:45 Panel Discussion with the Speakers of Session 6 Session 7: Conclusion Chair. Tom Cooper 3: 15 Open Discussion 3 :45 Concluding Remarks-Tom Cooper, UTC, Planning Group Chair 4:00 Adjourn 45

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