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- Paul Stockton Managing Director, Sonecon, LLC; Former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Security and America's Security Affairs (2009-2013)
- David Berteau [Burr-tow] C.E.O., Professional Services Council; Former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and Materiel Readiness, U.S. Department of Defense (2015-2016)
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