program, directed the Advanced Precision Strike Demonstration Program, and was the systems architect for the advanced warfighting experiments that transformed the Army to a digitized force. He currently serves on the Army Science Board and two Defense Science Board panels. He is a past member of the federal and DOD CIO Councils, DOD’s Military Communications-Electronics Board, Microsoft’s Global Executive Roundtable, Dell’s Platinum Council, the Bay Area Regional Technology Alliance, the National Science Center Advisory Board, the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California, and the California Information Technology Commission. In addition he served previously as a member of the NRC Committee on Strategies for Network Science, Technology, and Experimentation. Mr. Campbell is a graduate of the Army’s Command and General Staff College and the Naval War College. He earned an MBA with a computer science concentration from Texas Tech University.


Dawn C. Meyerriecks,1 Co-Chair, has provided senior leadership business and technology consulting direction to government and commercial clients. This includes competitive intelligence and landscape, product and service futures and marketability intersection, smart sourcing, and evolving technical and business best practices. In addition to consulting, she serves on a number of government and commercial advisory boards, including the STRATCOM C2 Advisory Group, the NSA Advisory Board, the Defense Science Board, Cranite Advisory Board, and the SunFed Advisory Board. From 2000 to 2006, Ms. Meyerriecks served as the senior vice president for product technology at AOL. While at AOL, she was responsible for full life-cycle development and integration of all consumer-facing AOL products and services, including the relaunch of aol.com, AOL Instant Messenger, and the open client platform. Prior to AOL, she worked for nearly 10 years at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), where she was the chief technology officer and technical director for the Joint Interoperability and Engineering Organization (JIEO). Her last assignment was to charter and lead a new Global Information Grid (GIG) Enterprise Services organization. Ms. Meyerriecks worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a senior engineer and product manager before her tenure at DISA. In addition to being named the Government Computer News Department of Defense Person of the Year for 2004, Ms. Meyerriecks has been honored with numerous other awards, including InfoWorld 2002 CTO of the year; Federal Computer Week 2000 Top 100; InfoWorld 2001 CTO of the year for the government sector; the Presidential Distinguished Service Award, November 2001; the Senior

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Dawn Meyerriecks resigned from the committee in September 2009 upon her appointment as Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Acquisition and Technology.



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