Providing big-picture perspective
Agency Representatives support the FLC’s mission, encourage lab participation in Consortium activities, and serve as institutional links between the FLC and their respective agencies.
These representatives provide FLC’s leadership and staff with a big-picture perspective on issues affecting the federal labs within each agency. They make the FLC aware of changing agency missions and priorities, and help the Consortium adapt as needed to accommodate and support those changes.
Agency Reps are eligible to vote in FLC elections, which can involve electing new Executive Board members or approving changes to the Consortium bylaws, policies and procedures. Agency Representatives are also eligible to run for national and regional FLC offices. They play a valuable role in supporting federal technology transfer as it pertains to an agency’s broader mission and vision.
The FLC's Agency Representatives are:
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
Department of Defense
Phuong Kim Pham, Ph.D.
Director, Technology Transfer and Commercial Partnerships, Technology Industrial Innovation Base, Science and Technology Futures, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering
Quanita D. Bost
Defense Information Systems Agency
Director of Labor Management
Office of Naval Research (ONR)
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
National Security Agency (NSA)
Robert J. Bolluyt
Director, Technology Transfer & Intellectual Property
Defense Health Agency (DHA)
Department of Energy
Department of Health and Human Services
Marie Christine (Kiki) Reames
Department of Interior
US Geological Survey
Department of Transportation
Central Intelligence Agency