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Dan Depompei

Manager, Navy Business Develoment

DRS Power Technology

DRS Power Technology

Background Information

Employment History

Co-Chair
Submarine Industrial Base Council

Product Development Manager
Dresser-Rand Company

Affiliations

Board Member
Marine Machinery Association

Web References (5 Total References)


The Submarine Industrial Base Council

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Two co-chairmen serve as national spokespeople for the group: James Jelinek, President and CEO of Flo-Tork, Inc. in Orville, Ohio and Dan DePompei, Marketing and Sales Director of DRS Power Technology in Fitchburg, MA.


Board

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Daniel A. DePompei Vice President DRS Power Technologies Inc.


Submarine Industrial Base Council

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Dan DePompei, Product Development Manager of Dresser Rand Company


Dan DePompei, co-chairman of ...

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Dan DePompei, co-chairman of the Submarine Industrial Base Council, compared the delay's impact at EB and Newport News to an earthquake.

"But it's the tsunami that affects the rest of us," he said, referring to the more than 5,000 suppliers that provide parts and services for the Virginia-class program. "When you get down to the smaller businesses, some of which are really small businesses, it's very difficult to rebound."
For some, a large share of their profits depends on that work, he said. EB would have placed purchase orders worth at least $150 million next year for parts for the submarine with long lead times.
...
DePompei said he understands that other defense manufacturers are facing the same hardships as submarine suppliers but the SIBC wants the Pentagon to make the "right cuts" to lower the budget. The council's goal is to educate policymakers and the public about the nation's ability to design, build and maintain submarines.
"The Virginia-class program is recognized and documented as the most successful government program in decades," he said, referring to the leaders in the Defense Department who have praised the program as a model for efficient acquisition.
As the submarine suppliers lose revenue they had projected on the basis of the Navy's original plan to buy two submarines in 2014, they may, in turn, raise the price of the submarine parts and services they are selling and reduce labor costs by laying off personnel, DePompei said.
"The significance of that is these cutbacks would be felt in all 50 states because the suppliers are in all 50 states," he added.


Dan DePompei, co-chairman of ...

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Dan DePompei, co-chairman of the Submarine Industrial Base Council, compared the delay's impact at EB and Newport News to an earthquake.

"But it's the tsunami that affects the rest of us," he said, referring to the more than 5,000 suppliers that provide parts and services for the Virginia-class program. "When you get down to the smaller businesses, some of which are really small businesses, it's very difficult to rebound."
For some, a large share of their profits depends on that work, he said. EB would have placed purchase orders worth at least $150 million next year for parts for the submarine with long lead times.
...
DePompei said he understands that other defense manufacturers are facing the same hardships as submarine suppliers but the SIBC wants the Pentagon to make the "right cuts" to lower the budget. The council's goal is to educate policymakers and the public about the nation's ability to design, build and maintain submarines.
"The Virginia-class program is recognized and documented as the most successful government program in decades," he said, referring to the leaders in the Defense Department who have praised the program as a model for efficient acquisition.
As the submarine suppliers lose revenue they had projected on the basis of the Navy's original plan to buy two submarines in 2014, they may, in turn, raise the price of the submarine parts and services they are selling and reduce labor costs by laying off personnel, DePompei said.
"The significance of that is these cutbacks would be felt in all 50 states because the suppliers are in all 50 states," he added.

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