Steering Committee


Members


Don Fenhagen, Chairman

Don FenhagenDon Fenhagen is a Partner with IBM Corporation. He is the lead Client Partner responsible for IBM’s Department of Homeland Security business and serves as the Senior Location Executive for the IBM Baltimore and Central Maryland IBM offices. His responsibilities for DHS include all business between IBM and DHS, client relationships, customer satisfaction, profit and loss commitments, marketing, new business pursuits and partner relationships. He has been with IBM since 2004 and has a broad experience working across industries and services lines in both the public and private sectors. His 15 years with IBM include leadership in complex program management, solution delivery, sales and business development, product development, client relationship management, mergers and acquisitions and developing new markets.

He holds multiple patents in analytics and has authored publications focused on asset management, data sharing and predictive analytics. His industry expertise includes customers within of the Department of Homeland Security, State and Local Governments, Transportation, Department of Defense and Utilities. He is an active participant in the Homeland Security community through multiple DHS industry organizations including serving as the steering committee chair of the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable. He also supports continuous volunteer opportunities including P-Tech Baltimore, Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, the Affirm, and Boy Scouts of America.

Mr. Fenhagen possesses an International Executive MBA from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Science in International Business from the College of Charleston in South Carolina.

He is married to Sarah Fenhagen and has three boys, George (8) Sam (6), and Hank (2) who reside in their hometown of Baltimore, MD. In his spare time, he enjoys spending quality time with his family, playing golf and basketball and rooting for the Baltimore Orioles and Ravens.

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Paul L. Anstine

Paul L. Anstine Paul L. Anstine currently serves an Associate Strategic Account Executive with Leidos. In this capacity, he is responsible for providing insight into the Department of Homeland Security Enterprise with a focus on transportation and border security.

Prior to joining Leidos, he was the Staff Director for the House Committee on Homeland Security’s Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security where he advised Chairman Michael McCaul and other Members of the Committee on border, visa, immigration, supply chain and maritime security policy.

Mr. Anstine began his government service in 1997 by joining the United States Marine Corps. His military service included two tours in Iraq with the 1st Marine Division.

Mr. Anstine holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Politics from Pennsylvania State University and Masters of Arts Degree in Government from Johns Hopkins University.

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Pam Carpenter

Pam Carpenter currently serves as the Business Development Manager within the Adobe Public Sector organization. In this role, Pam works with the team to pursue large government programs to ensure the Adobe Enterprise solutions are involved in strategic government initiatives.

Pam has spent more than 20 years in the software industry working in senior level business development and alliance roles for IBM, webMethods, and Macromedia prior to Adobe. In this role, Pam has established extensive senior level relationships within the top system integrator and indepenedent software vendors involved with the federal government.

Pam holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delaware.

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Curtiss Steiner
Curtiss Steiner

Curtiss W. Steiner is an MSSSI Vice President for the U.S. Federal Markets Division of Motorola Solutions, Inc. responsible for all Federal Law Enforcement and Intelligence Community accounts. Curt has more than thirty years of executive management in various disciplines and positions in sales, finance and marketing experience. In his role as Vice President, Curt is responsible for the development and execution of sales and distribution and customer satisfaction strategy and manages a team of individuals charged with delivering innovative, mission-critical communications solutions.

Curt Steiner has risen steadily through the management ranks since joining Motorola in 1984, culminating in his appointment as a Vice President in 2014.  His ability to culminate customer relationships, anticipate customer requirements and respond quickly and efficiently to customer needs has been integral to his success. Curt is a frequent panelist at industry events and associations and leverages his relationships within the law enforcement and intelligence communities to stay abreast of his customers’ dynamic requirements.

Curt Steiner earned his MS in Computer Information Systems from Boston University with a specialty in Information Assurance.  He holds MS in Administration (MSA) in Business Administration from Central Michigan University and also holds a Masters of International Relations from The George Washington University in Washington D.C. Curt received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Susquehanna University. He is a native of the Philadelphia area, currently lives in the greater Washington D.C. area, and is married with two children.

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Scott P. Recinos
Scott P. Recinos

Program Director, Infrastructure, Energy & Environment Mr. Recinos is currently LMI’s Market Lead for their Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) contracts. Program Director for their Infrastructure, Energy and Environment program. He is an experienced (25+ years), multidiscipline professional with extensive expertise and experience in border security, civil engineering, program and project management and construction management. Mr. Recinos is a registered Professional Engineer, Program Management Professional and Project Management Professional.

From 2009 until present, Mr. Recinos has personally supported U.S. Customs and Border Protection as their chief engineer for the Program Management Office responsible for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of Border Patrol’s border security tactical infrastructure including over 650 miles of border fencing and multiple platforms of detection technology. Mr. Recinos directs and oversees the engineering planning and design of Border Patrol’s multibillion-dollar tactical infrastructure portfolio including managing the development and maintenance of Border Patrol’s design standards for tactical infrastructure (TI). Mr. Recinos is a trusted advisor to CBP senior leadership.

Since September 2018, Mr. Recinos has also served as LMI’s Program Manager for their Acquisitions Program Management & Technical Services support services contract to U.S. Border Patrol’s Program Management Office Directorate, which is responsible for the entire life cycle management of Border Patrol’s border security technology and tactical infrastructure.

Mr. Recinos holds Masters and Bachelors degrees in Civil Engineering

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Heather Reilly
Heather Reilly

Heather Reilly is a Principal within Deloitte Consulting LLP and has supported the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for over 15 years. Heather serves as the Lead Client Service Partner of the U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) Account, and also serves as the Lead Consulting Partner for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In these roles, Heather advises federal clients on strategy, business process transformation, change management, and IT governance in order to support their missions. Under Heather’s leadership, these account teams deliver innovations, solutions, and capabilities that support legitimate travel and trade, improve security at our borders, and streamline activities and processes across the immigration ecosystem. As a leader of these accounts, Heather promotes collaboration and capability sharing with other Deloitte member firms to transfer leading practices and approaches delivered to our CBP, USCIS, and ICE clients to organizations around the world.

Heather serves as Deloitte’s Government and Public Services (GPS) Alliances Leader, helping our public sector teams to build meaningful partnerships with key alliances to bring the next generation of innovative solution to our GPS clients. In developing GPS Alliances go-to-market approaches, she partners closely with Deloitte National Ecosystems & Alliances leaders to ensure coordination with National strategy. Heather also serves as the Subsector Leader for the DHS accounts where she promotes integration of client solutions and methodologies in the space and collaboration across four account teams comprised of over 1,200 practitioners.

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Jeremias Alvarez
Jeremias Alvarez

Jeremias is a Managing Director at Guidehouse in the National Security Sector working in the areas of strategy and transformation, program and project management, human capital, and agile technology development. At Guidehouse, he works across the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with a focus on the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Prior to joining Guidehouse, Jeremias was a senior business transformation consultant at IBM Global Business Services, where he also supported emergency management strategy and transformation initiatives throughout FEMA. He began his career as a Presidential Management Fellow (PMF), managing large policy, regulatory and social science research projects at the Farm Credit Administration (FCA) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Jeremias holds a Master of Public Affairs from The University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish/International Business from St. Edward’s University. He also holds a PMP, CSM, and CCPM certifications.

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Dale Lehman
Dale Lehman

Dale Lehman is Vice President with AECOM where he is the corporate business line leader for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) programs. He has supported several DHS components including Science and Technology Directorate, National Protection and Programs Directorate (now Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency), FEMA, US Coast Guard, US Customs and Border Protection, and US Transportation Security Administration.

Mr. Lehman has been engaged in the homeland security and emergency management market for more than 30 years. In addition to his work directly for DHS, he has also provided similar support to state and local government agencies and clients. Mr. Lehman directs infrastructure recovery, preparedness planning, exercises and training, hazard mitigation, response planning, hazard assessment, risk assessment, and temporary housing in the emergency management sector. He also provides support for critical infrastructure protection, check point and baggage security screening, and border security.

He is a member of several professional societies including the Association of State Floodplain Managers where he serves on the Foundation Board of Directors, and the National Emergency Management Association.

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Roger Wells

Bio Coming Soon.

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Marc A. Arigo
Marc A. Arigo

Cyber Solutions Leader
Rotary and Mission Systems

Marc Arigo is the Cyber Spectrum Convergence Leader for the Communications Portfolio within the Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems line of business. He is responsible for a portfolio of strategic business objectives that deliver a wide array of communication capabilities in support of national requirements. This portfolio enables full spectrum and cyberspace operations, improves weapons systems cybersecurity, and defends networks, platforms, systems, and information from cyber attacks.

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Michael Saunders
Michael Saunders

Michael Saunders is Senior Director, Strategy and Business Development for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) at General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT). He is responsible for DHS client and partner relationships, strategy, and new business development. He also serves as the GDIT Account Executive for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

Prior to his current position, Michael held multiple roles involving operations, product marketing and business development at General Dynamics Mission Systems, including: Director of Strategy for the Platform Security Solutions Business Area; Director of Strategy and Business Development for the Defense and Homeland Security Solutions Business Area, and; Director, Homeland Security Strategic Initiatives. He is a member of the Airport Consultants Council
(ACC) Security Committee and the Steering Committee for the Washington Homeland Security Roundtable.

Prior to joining General Dynamics in 1998, Mr. Saunders was a Director of Online Product Development for the Thomson Corporation in Herndon, Virginia. Before joining the Thomson Corporation in 1995, Mr. Saunders was a Senior Manager for Ernst & Young LLC where he managed enterprise system development programs and business transformation initiatives for clients in the manufacturing, insurance and health care industries. Mr. Saunders has also held engineering and management positions with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and Lockheed Martin. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering.

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Jeremy Turner
Jeremy Turner

Vice President – Managed Programs
VF Solutions, a division of VF Imagewear, Inc.
Nashville, TN

21 years experience in developing and managing complex uniform programs for DHS and other entities
9 years experience in Accounting and Finance. Certified Public Accountant - Inactive.

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Martin Mackes
Martin Mackes

Martin Mackes is the Chief Delivery Officer (CDO) of E3 Federal Solutions. He brings over 25 years of federal contracting experience, more than half of which have been focused within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Mr. Mackes is responsible for leading all aspects of E3's delivery organization, including service delivery, client satisfaction, program and project management resourcing, and program and project management standardization. His organization includes DHS, Defense, Intelligence Community, and Civilian Agencies. Additionally, Mr. Mackes supports the overall strategy and growth of E3.

Prior to joining E3, Mr. Mackes supported several federal clients, including DHS, U.S. Army, Social Security Administration, Department of Energy, Internal Revenue Service, National Institutes of Technology, and other civilian and defense markets. He has been recognized throughout his career as a leader in strategy, business growth, management, and delivery to mission-critical programs.

Mr. Mackes holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Old Dominion University.

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Having the opportunity to discuss small business procurement ideas and challenges with key decision makers in OSC - who are actively seeking real world inputs from small businesses such as ours - has been refreshing and rewarding.

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