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ISG Wins Second SECDEF Award

Posted: April 26, 2021
Emily Bruza

The Institute for Security Governance (ISG) was awarded the 2020 Secretary of Defense Award for Sustainment Training, Advice, and Assistance of Foreign Military Forces for the second year in a row.

ISG’s Jordan Project, working side-by-side with the Jordanian military, facilitated the development and implementation of approved DOTMLPF-P solution recommendations to modernize their logistics enterprise, improve lifecycle sustainment programs to ensure a high return on investment from U.S. security assistance investments, and enable the Jordanian militaries’ logistics systems to integrate effectively with U.S. and NATO-led sustainment operations. ISG’s innovative approaches and direct involvement with logistics leaders, staffs, and organizations throughout the Jordanian military have produced a number of swift changes that generated immediate, significant cost savings while simultaneously improving the integration of logistics functions with a key U.S. partner.

The ISG Jordan team, headed by Regional Program Lead Mark Huber, includes: Jay Hall, Don Baker, Chris Snyder, Rich Treadway, Terrence Kilgore, Tom Traaen, Chris Copple, Bernie Jacques, Chuck Hudson, Cait Brett, Danna Alberts, and the late Mike Wilmer. This award is a result of several years of ISG supporting the Jordanian MoD and Services that have significantly advanced the strategic interests of the United States.