AFCEA International Chapter News
HAWAII CHAPTER CHAPTER - Sep 10, 2019

Optimizing Coalition Interoperability

Col. Glen M. Genove, USAF, is the deputy chief information officer and chief, C4 Strategy, Integration, Resources and Requirements Division, Headquarters U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii. He is responsible for C4 support across the largest regional combatant command enabling joint and coalition operations. In this capacity, he leads U.S. Indo-Pacific Command's (USINDOPACOM's) digital strategy, technology roadmap, C4 resourcing and requirements programs supporting 375,000 joint warfighters at the headquarters, four component commands, four subunified commands and all joint task forces. Additionally, Col. Genove manages a $58 million information technology portfolio and oversees USINDOPACOM's cybersecurity, information and knowledge management, and command records programs to optimize operational effectiveness and efficiency throughout the full range of military operations.

Event Photographs:

Attendees of the September event prepare to hear the guest speaker's presentation.
Attendees of the September event prepare to hear the guest speaker's presentation.
Linda Newton, chapter executive vice president, opens the September event.
Linda Newton, chapter executive vice president, opens the September event.
Speaker Col. Glen M. Genove, USAF, deputy chief information officer and chief, C4 Strategy, Integration, Resources and Requirements Division, Headquarters U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii, presents on optimizing coalition operability at the September event.
Speaker Col. Glen M. Genove, USAF, deputy chief information officer and chief, C4 Strategy, Integration, Resources and Requirements Division, Headquarters U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii, presents on optimizing coalition operability at the September event.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Christine Lanning
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