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OSD’s Frank DiGiovanni Confirms as GameTech Keynote Speaker
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The National Center for Simulation (NCS) announced that Frank C. DiGiovanni, Director, Training Readiness and Strategy, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Readiness), is confirmed as the Government Keynote for this year’s GameTech Conference: Thrills to Skills, April 17-19, at the Caribe Royale in Orlando, Fla.
“We are pleased to add Mr. DiGiovanni to our list of distinguished speakers,” stated Tom Baptiste, NCS President/Executive Director. “Mr. DiGiovanni is a passionate advocate for the power of simulation and its impact on warfighter readiness. And he is well aware of the emerging technologies that are featured each year at GameTech and the opportunities they bring for new and innovative training and simulation solutions. He is a welcome addition to the speaker lineup and we look forward to his keynote address.”
DiGiovanni is responsible for policy and oversight of military training readiness and capability modernization, the Department’s Combatant Commander Exercise Engagement and Training Transformation and the sustainment of military training ranges. He also oversees the development of Live, Virtual and Constructive Training Standards and Architectures, Advanced Distributed Learning Initiatives, the creation of a “virtual world” training capability, Service Institutional training, Service advanced digital training instrumentation, and multi-level security training architectures.
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