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ASQ 509 General Meeting  

Mykonos Grill
121 Congressional Lane
Rockville, Maryland  20852

Mykonos Grill

Nov 15, 2012    6:00 pm - 9:15 pm (GMT -5:00) EST

ASQ Section 509
Washington, DC and Maryland Metro
Deming at the Department of Defense
D. Cragin Shelton
Information Security Engineer
Thursday, Novermber 15, 2012
At the
Mykonos Grill
Rockville, Maryland

Registration & Networking:  6:00 p.m.
Dinner: 7:00 p.m
General Announcements and Introductions:  7:45 p.m.
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Program:  8:00 p.m.
Adjourn 9:15 p.m.

The cost is $25 for members and students or $35 for non-members.
Registration: Please register here or by contacting Programs Chair Ron Kelley(). You may attend the presentation without charge (no dinner).
Program Summary:
Deming at the DoD: In the spring of 1988, W. Edwards Deming gave his four day Deming Seminar to a Department of Defense-only crowd at the Twin Bridges Marriott, across I-395 from the Pentagon. This was a key event in kicking off what became the Total Quality Management (TQM) effort across DoD. Lt Col D. Cragin Shelton attended this seminar from the National Guard Bureau. He will give his impressions of Deming over the four days, commenting on the DoD culture and the effects of Deming on about 2,000 Pentagon denizens. He will provide a high-view summary of the content of the week, with a few personal observations and comments thrown in.
Speaker Biographies:
D. Cragin Shelton is an information security engineer with a not-for-profit systems engineering company. He has worked with Department of Defense (DoD) information systems and networks since 1984. While on active duty he was responsible for several data systems at the installation and national level, supporting accounting and finance, personnel, and manpower management. Since retiring from the U.S. Air Force in 1997 at the grade of colonel, he has concentrated on information assurance aspects of DoD systems and networks. He is a member of the IEEE Computer Society, (ISC)2, ISSA, INCOSE, and AFCEA. Shelton is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He holds a BS in chemistry from Centenary College of Louisiana, earned a Master of Science in Systems Management (MSSM) from the University of Southern California, and, most recently, entered the graduate program in information assurance at Capitol College, Laurel MD. For fun, he runs off the sides of mountains.