NAVSUP IT Summit Summary Report
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This report summarizes the 2004 Naval Supply System Command IT Community Appreciative Inquiry Summit held at the National Convention Center in Lansdowne, Virginia, March 1-4, 2004.
Ms. Ruth Sanders, NAVSUP CIO, welcomed us and provided an overview of our work for the next four days. She welcomed and acknowledged the many people from different communities who were there to support our efforts. She talked about what was to come in the next few days, and described how she was confident about our ability to make significant change during our time together. Finally, she introduced the theme of the Summit and encouraged us to give our best efforts to our work over the next three days. Dr. Frank Barrett of the Naval Postgraduate School provided an overview of the way we would work during the next four days. He challenged us to find common ground, to focus on what we already do well, and to think forward to action.
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