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Curtis Spencer

Curtis Spencer gave the very first live update, to then CBP Commissioner Robert Bonner, on devices/systems to secure the supply chain in March of 2002, right after 9/11 at the COAC’s first sub-committee on Securing the Supply Chain, which was formed after the crisis.  Spencer is CEO of Bloodhound Tracking Device, and has with over 45 years’ experience in Customs security, US Customs regulatory and security processes via ocean and rail/truck transport.

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William Anderson

William Anderson has 40 years of experience as an expert in Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance with many years of operational missions during both peacetime and wartime.  Mr.  Anderson’s non-operational experience includes business development and business strategy planning and execution, technical requirements definition, architecture design, system planning and development, systems integration, and system enhancements and upgrades.

Mr. Anderson’s experience includes work at NASA as the Subject Matter Expert with regard to specific and unique policies and operational concerns; WB-57 high altitude scientific research aircraft for the integration and testing of various multiple intelligence, cutting edge sensor payloads and communication systems.

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Jason Soloff

Jason Soloff has over 25 years’ experience in space, communications, sensing, instrumentation, and aeronautics technology development, integration, and operations across government, academia, and industry. Mr. Soloff served multiple assignments with NASA and was frequently seconded to other government organizations within the DoD and IC, where his positions included assignments as a staff engineer in the Microwave & Communication Systems Branch of the Goddard Space Flight Center, the Senior Communications and Networks Engineer of the Avionics Systems Division of the Johnson Space Center, and as the lead of the Avionics & Communications Office for the Constellation Program with responsibility for the design and implementation of the United States’ next generation space communications networking architecture.

Mr. Soloff led NASA’s technical development of Disruption Tolerant Networking including working with the international community (CCSDS, IEEE, IETF) to achieve international interoperability standards for DTN and the replacement of the International Space Station payload network with a DTN-based architecture. Mr. Soloff’s final Civil Service assignment was as NASA’s Chief Engineer for Space Systems Protection where he defined and led the Agency’s effort to identify, analyze, and mitigate malicious risk resulting from today’s hostile counterspace, cyberspace, and non-state actor adversarial environment. Mr. Soloff’s flight missions include LRO, GPM, MMS, MSL (“Curiosity”), TDRSS, and multiple Space Shuttle and ISS payloads.

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Steve Schellenberg

Steve Schellenberg, VP of IMS Worldwide, was selected to the team for Operation Safe Commerce for newly formed DHS , and detailed a complex General Motors supply chain, covering over 16 different custody transfer points in 5 different countries to assist DHS and CBP in understanding how multi-country supply chains work.

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