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DR. JAMES GALVIN
Dr. Galvin leads the development and implementation of policies and procedures for small businesses to contribute to the $285 billion DoD industrial base. He works with the DoD Acquisition leadership, stakeholders across the government and industry to facilitate the acquisition of timely, innovative and cost-effective national security solutions through contracts with small businesses.
MS. ALICE WILLIAMS
Acting Deputy Director
Ms. Williams leads and manages DoD OSBP’s workforce initiatives, socioeconomic programs and multi-million-dollar Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) program. Prior to assuming her current position, she served as Director of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) OSBP. In this capacity, she was the principal advisor to the CECOM Commander (Major General), the Army Secretariat-level OSBP Senior Executive and the Small Business Administration (SBA) on all small business matters related to CECOM and a Command, Control, Communications, Computers Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) multi-billion-dollar acquisition program.
With more than 35 years of public service, Ms. Williams has held several key acquisition positions. She served as the Associate Director of the Army Contracting Command (ACC) OSBP, where she provided functional leadership and oversight to two major subordinate commands: the Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) and the Expeditionary Contracting Command (ECC) comprised of over 64 Small Business Specialists (GS-1102s) supporting Commanders from 103 Army Installations at both Contiguous- and Outside Contiguous-United States (CONUS/OCONUS) locations.
Ms. Williams served as a Contracting Officer with unlimited signature authority on several high-visibility/critical acquisitions such as the 9/11 Major Recovery, Presidential Inauguration Committee, Army Joint Chief of Staff Special Task Force, Spirit of America and presidential funerals. Her most notable recognitions include the Secretary of the Army Small and Disadvantage Business Utilization Award, Army Commander’s Award and the Army Superior Civilian Service Award.
A member of the Army Acquisition Corps (AAC) and National Contract Management Association (NCMA), Ms. Williams is Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III certified in Contracting. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management from National Louis University. Her professional education and training includes the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Acquisition Logistics and Technology (ASA ALT) Senior Leadership Development Program (SLDP) and University of Virginia, Darden School of Business Executive Leadership Program.
MR. THEODORE BUJEWSKI
At DoD OSBP, Mr. Bujewski is in charge of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) technology commercialization, the Indian Incentive Program (IIP) and cybersecurity.
Prior to coming to OSBP, Mr. Bujewski was Principal Director of the DoD Manufacturing and Industrial Base Policy (MIBP) office where he had oversight of all MIBP activities and programs. While at MIBP, Mr. Bujewski also had a wide portfolio of responsibilities focused on ensuring the security of supply of industrial resources. He was the Defense Production Act (DPA) Title I Program Manager responsible for ensuring DoD priority access on all DoD contracts and negotiating and maintaining security of supply arrangements with our allies. In addition to his DPA duties, Mr. Bujewski was the subject matter expert for cybersecurity, counterfeit parts, trusted suppliers, critical infrastructure, computer hardware and software, telecommunications and information technology.
Before coming to MIBP, Mr. Bujewski was Chief, Industrial Base and Supply Chain Management for human exploration at NASA. He provided supply chain management leadership, policy direction and coordination to all NASA human space flight programs. He was also the human space flight International Partnership Lead coordinating partnerships with space agencies around the world.
Before NASA, Mr. Bujewski worked at The Aerospace Corporation where he was a senior industrial policy advisor on staff to the Under Secretary of the Air Force. In this capacity, he led several efforts that culminated in the landmark Congressional reform of export controls. He also co-founded the Space Suppliers Council, an industry forum that provides input on supply chain issues to senior government leaders.
Mr. Bujewski holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, an MS in Computer Science from the University of California at Los Angeles, an MS in Operations Research from Case Western Reserve University and a BS in Applied Mathematics from Case Western Reserve University.
DR. RUBY CRENSHAW-LAWRENCE
Assistant Director, Strategic Communication, Advocacy and Outreach
Dr. Lawrence advocates to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of small business programs by collaborating with other DoD components, Senior DoD officials, other federal agencies, institutes of higher education and Congressional staff to maximize the contributions of small business in DoD acquisitions.
Dr. Lawrence was a Mentor-Protégé Senior Program. In this role, Dr. Lawrence assisted in the initiation and oversight of policy improvements and developments, program reviews and compliance as well as management of component activities participating in the program.
MS. KASEY DIAZ
Associate Director, Business and Financial Manager
Prior to joining DoD OSBP, Ms. Diaz worked in the private sector where she provided direct program management support for federal government small business policies and programs with the objective of maximizing utilization of small and disadvantaged small businesses.
Prior to providing programmatic and management support to the federal government, Ms. Diaz was instrumental in enhancing membership recruitment, retention and outreach and influential in all membership level activities as the Assistant Director for nonprofit associations. Ms. Diaz has more than 17 years of experience in technical, programmatic, administrative and management assistance in support of DOD as a subject-matter expert on small business and acquisition policies, procedures and related matters at the major command level. She has a BS in Biology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
MR. DAVID SIKORA
Acting DoD SBIR/STTR Program Administrator
Mr. Sikora administers DoD’s SBIR/STTR program. The mission of the DoD SBIR/STTR program is to help small business, non-profit organizations and research institutions quickly create and deliver cost-effective innovations that will sustain America’s technological superiority over adversaries.
Mr. Sikora also manages the Air Force Mentor Protégé program. The mission of the Air Force Mentor Protégé program is to develop small businesses through technology transfer that results in small business sources of supply and services for Air Force prime contracts and subcontracts.
Mr. Sikora previously served as the Air Force SBIR/STTR Program Manager. Mr. Sikora has a wealth of experience leveraging industry, academia and private sector research. Before entering government service, he worked as a design/project engineer in the paper machine and environmental equipment industries. Mr. Sikora received his BS in Engineering Technology from the University of Dayton and his MBA from Wright State University.