“Insights into the Culture of the Department of Defense and Its Impact on Applied Research Requirements ” by Mr. Joseph Sinicrope
February 5, 2016 | 3:00 PM | EC Room 2300
Mr. Joseph Sinicrope serves as a Research Scientist for Florida International University’s Applied Research Center located in Miami, Florida. His primary areas of concentration for the Center are related to innovation, development, testing, evaluation and deployment of technologies in support of the Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management’s deactivation and decommissioning activities for the DOE enterprise, national labs, and private sector. He comes to the Center with tremendous depth and a wealth of leadership experience. Mr. Sinicrope served as an Intelligence Officer with the United States Marine Corps for 22 years, and was honored and privileged to command and lead organizations at various levels across the globe, to include Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn of Africa, Japan, Korea, SE Asia, and South and Central America as well as the Caribbean. He has extensive policy, strategy, and operational experience within the US Government Interagency on a wide array of security and defense related issues. Additionally, Mr. Sinicrope has served as the Project Lead for several multi-million dollar efforts in the acquisition and implementation of technology solutions designed to address complex, whole of government problem sets. He has consulted for private sector companies on executive leadership and organizational development as well as business development.
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This event is open to the public.
Refreshments will be provided