Eric Gentsh of LMI Takes Part in DHS Public-Private Partnership Program

LMI_logoLMI participated in a Department of Homeland Security tabletop exercise intended to forge public-private partnerships related to the agency’s goals and programs.

Eric Gentsh, program director for logistics analysis at LMI, represented the nonprofit organization at the 2014 Quadrennial Homeland Security Review event, which was co-hosted by LMI-supported Business Executives for National Security, LMI announced Monday.

Gentsch discussed his own federal contracting experience and how procurements fit into the agency’s overall strategy.

During the exercise, the participants talked about how to refine frameworks as part of efforts to build partnerships between public organizations and private stakeholders.

Attendees used a situational manual and cross-functional groupings as they sought to apply their expertise in engagement archetypes, areas intended for private-public partnerships to coalesce.

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