VP, Department of Defense (Multi-Domain Operations) for TRECIG, LLC 

Daniel is a career IT professional with over 20 years of work at the tactical, operational and strategic levels of the Department of Defense (DoD).  He possesses extensive knowledge of how IT systems support every facet of the DoD ecosystem to include medical, logistics, intelligence and other combat functions.    

Daniel has been involved in a number of transformative efforts for the Army to include validation of the initial Stryker vehicle concept during the Arrowhead Lightning series of exercises, integration of on the move capabilities within the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical architecture, establishment of the first Multi-Domain Task Force, and developing a new communications suite for the service’s current and future watercraft fleets. 

Daniel’s latest DoD experience included duties at the United States Army Pacific Futures Division as a member of the Remote Autonomous Vehicle Enabled Network-Multi-Domain program. He worked extensively with various Science and Technology related entities throughout DoD that were focused on developing DoD’s current Joint All Domain Command and Control ecosystem.  Simultaneously, Daniel played a key part in planning United States Army Pacific exercises and synchronizing Indo-Pacific Command’s information technology requirements with the greater DoD enterprise.   

Daniel holds a Master of Science degree in IT Management and various IT related certifications.