This dynamic and exciting session focuses on the DOD transition and collaboration from war-time business systems and processes to leveraging lessons learned, technology, and capabilities applied to rapidly changing post-war global scenario. The DOD Joint Contingency Contracting System (JCCS) at the Defense Logistics Agency is poised to further support emergency response, humanitarian assistance, and expeditionary efforts within DOD and partner with other agencies with an overseas presence. Take part in a discussion of how to leverage DOD contingency capabilities and expand them meaningfully to other agencies who work in similarly dynamic and time-sensitive environments. The session will also highlight the challenges of international contracting with host nation vendors, operating with poor infrastructure and rotating team assignments.
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Martina Johnson, PM
Recorded at World Congress 2013
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