DOD Leaders to Appear at Installation Innovation

October 4, 2021

ADC continues to add new speakers and sessions for Installation Innovation Forum, taking place Nov. 1-3 in San Antonio, Texas.

Among the confirmed speakers from the Pentagon are:

  • Patty Barron, deputy assistant defense secretary for military community and family policy
  • Paul Cramer, performing duties of deputy under secretary for acquisition and sustainment
  • Vice Adm. Yancy Lindsey, commander of Navy Installations Command
  • Jack Surash, performing duties of assistant Army secretary for energy and sustainability

Check out the Installation Innovation Forum site for more speakers and to register.

Army photo of Surash by Marie Pihulic

October 4, 2021

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