Lawrence J. Delaney, Co-Chair, is currently a private consultant. He retired as the executive vice president of operations and president of the Advanced Systems Development Sector of Titan Corporation. Previously he held distinguished positions with Arete Associates, Inc.; Delaney Group, Inc.; BDM Europe; and the Environmental and Management Systems Group at IABG. He was also the Acting Secretary of the Air Force and served as the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, as well as the Air Force’s service acquisition executive, responsible for all Air Force research, development, and acquisition activities. He provided direction, guidance, and supervision of all matters pertaining to the formulation, review, approval, and execution of acquisition plans, policies, and programs. Dr. Delaney has more than 41 years of international experience in high-technology program acquisition, management, and engineering, focusing on space and missile systems, information systems, propulsion systems, and environmental technology. He served as a member of the National Research Council’s (NRC’s) Board on Army Science and Technology and chaired the NRC’s Air Force Studies Board. He is currently vice chair of the Army Science Board.
Collin A. Agee is the senior advisor for intelligence community engagement in the Office of the U.S. Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (G-2). Previously he served for 2 years at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) as the agency’s senior official for future systems, after joining NGA as the deputy director for Future Warfare Systems in January 2009. He was previously the Army G-2’s senior intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) advisor. In 2008, he deployed to Baghdad as Deputy CJ2 Forward, the senior military intelligence officer in the U.S. Embassy, where his duties included providing intelligence to the Multinational Force-I staff, as well as conducting strategic intelligence engagement with the Iraqi intelligence services and senior Iraqi government officials. He previously served as the Army’s director for ISR integration for 2 years, following 4 years as a contractor for Booz Allen Hamilton in support of Army G-2 as a member of Task Force Actionable Intelligence in the ISR Integration Directorate and the Army Intelligence Master Plan, where he was a co-author of the Army Intelligence Transformation Campaign Plan. His tenure was highlighted by the conceptualization and implementation of the Actionable Intelligence Initiative, also known as Focus Area 16. He commanded Headquarters Company in the 125th Military Intelligence Battalion, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, and the Los Angeles Recruiting Battalion. Mr. Agee has a master’s in military arts and science from the School for Advanced Military Studies and is a graduate of the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Postgraduate Intelligence Program. He is a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s Intelligence Committee and the Executive Committee for the Military Intelligence Corps Association.