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GOVERNMENT AND MILITARY AGENCIES Department of State (DOS) Department of Defense (DOD) Joint Chiefs of Staff (Logistics Directorate, J-4) Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO) US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) Air Mobility Command (AMC) Military Sealift Command (MSC) Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) Army G-4 I Force Projection & Distribution US Army Materiel Command (AMC) US Marine Corps (USMC) I Deputy Commandant for Installations & Logistics (I&L) US Marine Corps (USMC) I Marine Corps Logistics Command (L01) US Navy (USN) I OPNAV N-4 Navy Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) AF/A4/7 | A-4L | Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) Department of Transportation (DOT) Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) US Coast Guard (USCG) I USCG Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) General Services Administration (GSA) CORPORATE MEMBER HONOR ROLL Chairman's Circle PLUS Chairman's Circle Sustaining Members Regional Patrons NDTA DIRECTORY NDTA Headquarters Staff Board of Directors and National Officers NDTA Regional Organization--Presidents, State & Chapter Presidents, and Young Leaders Representatives June 2017 | Volume 44 Special Section, Defense Transportation Journal

The Almanac edition of the Defense Transportation Journals published each year to present current information about the leading organizations in the military, government, and commercial transportation, logistics, and passenger travel industries. It also provides a detailed review of the National Defense Transportation Association and its officers, committees, and chapter structure. Requests for advertising information and additions, corrections, and suggestions for improvement should be directed to the Managing Editor.

This section is composed of submissions received from the departments, agencies, and corporations as made in a formal request from NDTA. Some entries may reflect the previous year's submissions or verbiage from a respective website if no responses were received prior to our print deadline. NDTA retains the right to edit text, without changing meaning, to make the submissions fit the allotted spaces. All information is published accurately to the best of the NDTA's knowledge.

Department of State (DOS)

www.state.gov

The Honorable Rex W. Tillerson

Secretary of State

KEY PERSONNEL

David Rodriguez

Director, Office of Logistics Operations

703-875-4269 * rodriguezd4@state.gov

Scott A. Tiedt

Director, Transportation & Travel

Management Division

202-663-0901 * tiedtsa@state.gov

Charles Olden

Chief, Transportation Operations Branch

202-663-0902 * oldencw@state.gov

Tricia Hoover

Chief, Transportation Management Branch

202-663-0903 * hoovertl@state.gov

Mark Dellinger

Chief, Travel Management & Transportation

Analysis Branch

202-663-0909 * dellingermd@state.gov

Nicky Frantz

US Despatch Agent, Baltimore, Maryland

410-631 -0044 * frantzna@state.gov

Daniel Coker

Director, Regional Logistics Centers Division

703-875-5236 * cokerdj@state.gov

Ben Sherrill

Director, European Logistics

Support Office (ELSO)

32-3-540-2015 * sherrillbd2@state.gov

Bernard Thompson

US Despatch Agent, New York

732-855-8880 * thompsonbl@state.gov

Ray Schoenberg

US Despatch Agent, Seattle, Washington

206-764-3805 * schoenbergrf@state.gov

Maureen L. Gabbard

US Despatch Agent, Miami, Florida

305-640-4574 * gabbardml2@state.gov

Luis E. Carpio

US Despatch Agent, Brownsville, Texas

956-982-3916 * carpiole@state.gov

The Secretary of State is the President's principal foreign policy advisor and is responsible for the formulation of foreign policy and the execution of approved policy. The Secretary has responsibilities, by virtue of law or Executive Order, with respect to such matters as international educational and cultural affairs, information activities, foreign assistance, food for peace, arms control and disarmament, supervision of programs authorized by the Peace Corps Act, social science research, immigration, and refugee assistance.

The Secretary has authority and responsibility to the full extent permitted by law for the overall direction, coordination, and supervision of interdepartmental activities of the United States government overseas. This authority includes continuous supervision and general direction of Peace Corps programs, economic assistance, military assistance, military education and training, and military sales programs.

The primary mission of the Office of Logistics Operations is to provide transportation (Freight Forwarding/Customs House Brokerage) and logistical support for the Department's Embassies, Branch Offices, Missions, Consulates, US Liaison Offices, and various other field offices throughout the world. The Office of Logistics Operations also supports approximately 30 other US government civilian agencies including several Foreign Affairs Agencies (i.e. United States Agency for International Development [USAID], Peace Corps [PC], Foreign Agricultural Service [FAS], Foreign Commercial Service [FCS], and Arms Control and Disarmament Agency [ACDA]).

Department of Defense (DOD)

www.defense.gov

The Honorable James N. Maitis

Secretary of Defense

James A. MacStravic

Performing the Duties of Under

Secretary of Defense for Acquisition,

Technology & Logistics (AT&L)

Kristin K. French

Acting Assistant Secretary of

Defense for Logistics & Materiel

Readiness (L&MR)

The mission of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Logistics and Materiel Readiness is to provide globally responsive, operationally precise and cost-effective joint logistics support for the projection and sustainment of America's warfighters. One of the top priorities of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology & Logistics), is supporting forces who are engaged in Overseas Contingency Operations, which includes timely and reliable logistics support. The Department continually strives to improve the efficiency of its logistics processes, organizations, and systems-while maintaining readiness and ensuring effective support for America's warfighters. The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and Materiel Readiness established four logistics goals:

* Ensure effective logistics support for current operations;

* Ensure effective management of contractors;

* Integrate life cycle management principles into DOD and Service acquisition, and implement product support assessment recommendations;

* Integrate supply chain operations that effectively support warfighters and are efficient from source of supply to point of consumption.

Two key elements of the DOD logistics enterprise--Transportation Policy and Supply Chain Integration--are highlighted herein.

TRANSPORTATION POLICY (TP)

Adam Yearwood

Performing the Duties of Deputy Assistant

Secretary of Defense (Transportation Policy)

571-372-5215 * DSN 372

adam.t.yearwood.civ@mail.mil

COL Todd Burnley, USA

Assistant for Deployment and Distribution

571-372-5211 * DSN 372

Lt Col Ed Hogan, USAF

Assistant for Air Transportation Policy

571-372-5213 * DSN 372

edward.t.hogan2.mil@mail.mil

Ron Black

Assistant for Surface Transportation

571-372-5219 * DSN 372

ronald.l.black10.civ@mail.mil

Steve Lord

Logistics Management Specialist

571-372-5214 * DSN 372

stephen.f.lord.civ@mail.mil

The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Transportation Policy (DASD [TP]) serves as principal advisor for establishing policies and providing guidance to DOD Components for effective and efficient use of government and commercial transportation resources. Transportation Policy is also responsible for distribution (including force movement) policies. Key functions of the DASD (TP) are:

* Develop transportation, distribution, and force movement policies and provide analysis, advice and recommendations to ensure cost effective joint logistics support to the warfighter;

* Coordinate and negotiate with federal departments and inter-agencies regarding transportation and distribution related matters and initiatives that support the national security strategy;

* Ensure that the Defense Transportation System (which is comprised of both DOD-owned and contracted commercial resources) is effective in providing end-to-end support to the warfighter-especially in using commercial transportation resources during peacetime and contingency operations and in optimizing distribution cycle times;

* Collaborate with the Commander, US Transportation Command as the Distribution Process Owner (DPO), and the DPO's distribution partners to support distribution and process improvement initiatives;

* Promote coordination, cooperation, and mutual understanding between DOD, Congress, and the commercial transportation and third party logistics...

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