ACT I Exec Ron Poussard to Chair NDIA’s Small Business Division

Ronald Poussard
Ronald Poussard

Ron Poussard, executive vice president for business development and contracts for Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, will serve as chairman of the National Defense Industrial Association’s small business division.

Poussard leads ACT I’s business pursuits and contracts with the Defense Department, U.S. allies and industry and is previously a director of the U.S. Air Force’s small business office.

He also served as director of contract and grants policy at NASA, where he oversaw the agency’s contract cost and price analysis, federal acquisition regulation affairs and defense acquisition regulatory functions.

The 12-year Senior Executive Service member was also the director of the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle Should Cost Review, program executive officer for combat and mission support services at the Air Force and deputy director of defense procurement and acquisition policy.

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