DoDs Stephanie Possehl to keynote at PLM Road Map & PDT 2022
The presentation will reflect on the US Department of Defense's Digital Engineering Strategy released in 2018.
The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering's (OUSD R&E) Digital Engineering, Modeling and Simulation (DEM&S) organization is at the heart of the US Department of Defense's (DoD) digital transformation to effectively leverage data to design, develop, deliver, operate, and sustain complex systems. The mission of DEM&S is to advance the state of engineering practice and engineering enablers to support lifecycle activities and digital transformation across the DoD. This keynote presentation will reflect on the Digital Engineering Strategy released in 2018. Additionally, it will describe digital engineering, modeling and simulation, as well as data-centric initiatives that have occurred since the Digital Engineering Strategy's release, which include current departmental efforts to achieve the strategy's vision. Finally, it will identify opportunities for the future as we focus on governmental, academic, and industry efforts to more rapidly deliver solutions to the warfighter.
PLM Road Map & PDT 2022 will focus on the interests of the PLM Professional. With this in mind, our agenda offers a mix of reports and case studies from industry experts covering technologies, processes, and people. PLM Road Map & PDT 2022 will highlight the role of PLM in enabling holistic and sustainable Digital Transformation. Presentations will investigate where PLM has been successful and why. Additionally, we will consider the positioning of PLM within the enterprise.
In addition to the event in May, CIMdata and Eurostep will collaborate to bring PLM Road Map EMEA and PDT Europe to Gothenburg, Sweden, in October.
For more detail on the agenda, please visit https://www.cimdata.com/
About Ms. Stephanie L. Possehl
Ms. Stephanie Possehl is the Acting Deputy Director for Engineering (DD, ENG) and Director of Engineering Policy and Systems within the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering. She serves as the Department of Defense's Chief Engineer for Advanced Capabilities. She sets engineering policy for the DoD, focusing on embracing modern engineering best practices and driving technical rigor. She also leads DoD-wide communities of practice dedicated to advancing engineering practice and championing efforts such as digital engineering, modular open systems approach, and many traditional specialty engineering focus areas. She leads mission integration management and supports Major Defense Acquisition Programs through engineering and test assessments. She is the functional leader for the Engineering & Technical Management and Test & Evaluation acquisition workforces. She also has responsibility for the Joint Hypersonics Transition Office and Strategic Intelligence Analysis Cell.