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Nolan Sklute

CAO and General Counsel

Enterra Solutions LLC

HQ Phone:  (215) 497-3100

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Enterra Solutions LLC

17 Blacksmith Road - Suite 200

Newtown, Pennsylvania,18940

United States

Company Description

About Enterra Solutions, LLC:Enterra Solutions is an information technology firm which specializes in the application of technology platform based upon an artificial intelligence (AI) and a rules-based ontology to solve the complex business problems of commerc...more

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Enterra Solutions :: The leader in Enterprise Resilience Management Solutions

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Nolan Sklute
Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel


Enterra Solutions :: The leader in Enterprise Resilience Management Solutions

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Nolan Sklute
Enterra Solutions :: The leader in Enterprise Resilience Management Solutions Sklute served as the Chief Counsel for what was then Air Force Logistics Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio - a multibillion dollar logistics organization with over 80,000 civilian employees. While in this position, he was also assigned as the Commander of the Air Force Contract Law Center which, among other functions, was responsible for representing Air Force interests in administrative proceedings before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals. He also served as the Director of Air Staff organizations responsible for providing legal support in all civil litigation involving the Air Force, including such areas as contracts, environmental, utilities, torts, and labor-management relations. Following his retirement from the Air Force, Gen. Sklute engaged in the private practice of law focused exclusively on federal government contracts, where he represented the interests of federal government contractors before administrative tribunals, primarily in bid protests, claims, and a variety of business issues. Gen. Sklute holds a B.A. from Union College in Schenectady, New York, and a J.D. from Cornell Law School. He received his LLM in Government Contracts from George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the National War College and the Armed Forces Staff College. Among his civic and professional activities, Gen. Sklute serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Judge Advocates Association and is a trustee of the Air Force Judge Advocate General School Foundation. He is also a member of the Cornell Law School Association, the Air Force Association, and the National War College Alumni Association.


Enterra Solutions :: The leader in Enterprise Resilience Management Solutions

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Nolan Sklute
Enterra Solutions :: The leader in Enterprise Resilience Management Solutions Sklute served as the Chief Counsel for what was then Air Force Logistics Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio - a multibillion dollar logistics organization with over 80,000 civilian employees. While in this position, he was also assigned as the Commander of the Air Force Contract Law Center which, among other functions, was responsible for representing Air Force interests in administrative proceedings before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals. He also served as the Director of Air Staff organizations responsible for providing legal support in all civil litigation involving the Air Force, including such areas as contracts, environmental, utilities, torts, and labor-management relations. Following his retirement from the Air Force, Gen. Sklute engaged in the private practice of law focused exclusively on federal government contracts, where he represented the interests of federal government contractors before administrative tribunals, primarily in bid protests, claims, and a variety of business issues. Gen. Sklute holds a B.A. from Union College in Schenectady, New York, and a J.D. from Cornell Law School. He received his LLM in Government Contracts from George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the National War College and the Armed Forces Staff College. Among his civic and professional activities, Gen. Sklute serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Judge Advocates Association and is a trustee of the Air Force Judge Advocate General School Foundation. He is also a member of the Cornell Law School Association, the Air Force Association, and the National War College Alumni Association.


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Nolan Sklute, the former top military lawyer in the Air Force, says, "If they are talking to the JAGs only about superficial matters -- that indicates that this is form rather than substance, and nobody (in the administration) learned any lessons" about leaving the JAGs out of the loop.


Opinion - Nat Hentoff: Military lawyers vs. president - sacbee.com

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Nolan Sklute, the former top military lawyer in the Air Force, says, "If they are talking to the JAGs only about superficial matters -- that indicates that this is form rather than substance, and nobody (in the administration) learned any lessons" about leaving the JAGs out of the loop.


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