July 2019 SAME Kittyhawk Post Luncheon

Abstract – The National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC), headquartered at Wright-Patterson AFB (WPAFB), is the Air Force’s service intelligence center serving national missions.  NASIC plans to expand and renovate sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF), collateral, and unclassified space to better accomplish its mission.  Come join a presentation to learn of facility requirements and strategies supporting the center mission.

 

Bio

David J. Bek is the Director of Facilities and Logistics for NASIC, WPAFB, OH. He is responsible for partnering with our 88th Air Base Wing (ABW) host and the Intelligence Community to provide NASIC facilities and logistics strategic planning, engineering, design, programming, procurement, construction and maintenance of NASIC's Intelligence Production Complex, which houses over 4,000 personnel and consists of 916,000 square feet of facilities valued at over $1.1 billion. He also oversees procurement authority for $3.2 million worth of supplies annually and the management of $45 million worth of equipment.  David is civil engineer with a master’s degree in engineering management, and licensed engineer in the state of California.  He is a 37 year career Air Force public servant, retired colonel of the US Air Force Reserves, and a former president of the Panama City Society of American Engineers (SAME) post.

 

Thanks to everyone for attending Mr. Bek's presentation!