Defense Spending Effect on the United States:
How does Defense Spending affect the Economy and Health of the State?
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Based on the amount of time the United States has spent in war, we question whether or not the money spent in war is profitable for the country. We will cover the amount of defense spending throughout the years based on state of war and see how it affected the economy and health of the state. We will then discuss what the data suggested and the ramifications of those outcomes.
About the Presentor:
John Callender is a Business Systems & Data Analyst in Treasury at Snap-on Incorporated who specializes in integration of information technology into business processes and procedures. He worked for the Department of Navy for three years where he honed his global project management skills as he worked to revamp the entire intranet for Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC). Currently, he is pursuing IT consulting and a new venture to create a data management framework to increase master data accuracy.
John graduated from University of Wisconsin – Parkside in May 2010 with two bachelor’s degrees: Management Information Systems Concentration in Project Management and Business Management Concentration in General Business Procedures. He earned his CompTIA Security+ Certificate in May 2011 and earned the Department of Defense IT Acquisition Level II Certification in 2013. He will be graduating from University of Wisconsin – Parkside with his Master of Business Administration (MBA) Summa Cum Laude in May 2014.
Wednesday, March 19th, 20145:45 Registration/Networking6:15 Dinner7:00 Program $00 per RAKE member$10 per non-member$00 per full-time student Infusino’s Banquet Hall 3201 Rapids DriveRacine, Wisconsin