OSD Manufacturing Technology Office
Acting Director, DoD Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) Program
Office of the Secretary of Defense

Taking over the program in April 2016, Ms. Frost is the Director of the DoD ManTech Program.  In this capacity, she helps coordinate collaboration across the Military Services and Agencies to reduce the acquisition, supportability, manufacturing, and repair cycle times costs of defense weapon systems.  Ms. Frost is also responsible for the Office the Secretary of Defense ManTech (OSD ManTech) Program which helps meet cross-cutting defense manufacturing needs and stimulate the early development of manufacturing processes and enterprise business practices to achieve cost-effective solutions that enable our warfighters.
Mr. Keith DeVries
Deputy Director, Office of the Secretary of Defense Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) Program
& Acting Program Manager, Manufacturing Education and Workforce Development

Mr. DeVries is the Deputy Director of the DoD ManTech Program.  In this capacity, he represents the Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD) ManTech program as Principal to the Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel (JDMTP) and oversees specialized investments in high-priority technology areas such as Hypersonics and Sustainment technologies as well as close coordination with the MII and MSTP programs to improve efficiencies across the ManTech authority.  Prior to serving as Deputy, he program managed the Manufacturing Science and Technology Program (MSTP) element within OSD ManTech.
Mr. Justin McRoberts
Program Manager, Manufacturing Science and Technology Program (MSTP)
Office of the Secretary of Defense

Mr. McRoberts currently provides program management to OSD’s joint-service Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) program, providing investment into industry and government partners to transition prototype technologies to manufacturing-scale sufficient to address fielding demands and ensure an asymmetric technical advantage for our warfighters.  The diverse MSTP portfolio addresses needs across DoD and technology domains, advancing DoD’s critical technology areas and driving down acquisition and sustainment costs for fielded and next-generation technologies.
Program Manager, DoD Manufacturing Innovation Institutes (MII) &
JPEO Armaments and Ammunition Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Office of the Secretary of Defense

Mr. Luckowski is an Advanced Manufacturing Associate at the Combat Capabilities Development Command Armaments Center, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.  His primary role is to support OSD ManTech as the program manager for the DoD MIIs.  As government program manager for the Institutes, Mr. Luckowski works on behalf of the DoD ManTech Program to provide guidance and direction on the strategy for long-term engagement with the nine DoD MIIs and their ecosystems, which cover a spectrum of technologies from additive manufacturing to integrated photonics.
Service Manufacturing Technology Program Leadership
Dr. Timothy L. White
Program Deputy, Manufacturing Technology & Technology Maturation Initiative
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology

Dr. Timothy L. White serves as the Army Manufacturing Technology (ManTech) & Technology Maturation Initiative (TMI) Program Deputy in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research & Technology (DASA R&T) where he provides oversight and execution for technology maturation and manufacturing efforts.  As part of his responsibilities, he represents the Army interests for the Joint Capability Technology Demonstration (JCTD) program and serves as the Army Principal for the Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel (JDMTP) on behalf of the DASA(R&T).  

Navy ManTech
Mr. Neil Graf 

Manufacturing Technology Competency Lead / Program Officer
Office of Naval Research, U.S. Navy

Mr. Neil Graf serves as a Program Officer for the Office of Naval Research’s ManTech program, where he has overseen the Composites Manufacturing Technology Center (CMTC) since 2005. He coordinates the overall Navy ManTech program and serves as the portfolio lead for each of the Navy ManTech platform Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) for the platforms in the current investment strategy including the F-35 and various ship and submarine platforms. Mr. Graf also serves as the current overall chair of, and Navy principal representative for, the Joint Defense Manufacturing Technology Panel (JDMTP).

Air Force ManTech
Dr. Charles Ormsby
Chief, Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies Division, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate
Air Force Research Laboratory

Dr. Ormsby is chief of the Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies Division, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory. He leads the Air Force’s $139 million annual investment in Manufacturing Technology, which seeks to increase producibility and reduce manufacturing cost and risk for technology insertion into Air Force weapon systems. He also provides execution oversight of $2.2 billion in the Defense Production Act Title III program, which establishes, modernizes, and maintains critical industrial capabilities for the Department of Defense.
Mr. David M. Koch
Director, Research & Development, Enterprise Service Activity
(J68) Information Operations
Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)

Mr. Koch leads the Defense Logistics Agency’s Logistics Research and Development program managing an annual budget valued over $100M. He maintains oversight of programs focused on castings, forgings, batteries, additive manufacturing, military uniforms, combat rations, micro-electronics, energy, storage and distribution, and other areas charged with fostering innovation in logistics and supply chain management. He also manages the strategic and technology accelerator teams in coordination with R&D.