Combining a background in United States Army information technology with proven business management skills, Christina Kauffman currently serves as Capture Manager for Lockheed Martin Enterprise Information Technology Solutions based in Alexandria, Virginia. Due to an Information Technology Agency (ITA) Enterprise Transport Management contract won by Christina Kauffman in November 2009, Lockheed Martin continues to provide enterprise transport management and security services to the Pentagon. Her success owes much to a familiarity with United States Army information security systems based on 10 years of service to various United States Army Corps of Engineers divisions. Before joining Lockheed Martin, Christina Kauffman worked as the Chief of the Performance and Acquisition Division as well as Regional Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Ms. Kauffman held the position at the headquarters in Washington, D.C., from September 2006 until August 2007. During this period, she monitored and assessed selected service providers’ quality of services against performance standards under the government’s competitive sourcing policy and lent technical support to the Continuing Government Organization (CGO). Christina Kauffman also worked to set up performance goals and developed acquisition requirements for the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ information technology and information management services. Between 2000 and 2006, Christina Kauffman was employed as Regional Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers North Atlantic Division in New York. Her responsibilities in this role included quality assurance, capital planning, investment control processes, strategic communications improvement, and administration for Regional Business Center and Information Resources Management Programs. Christina Kauffman earned this position after nearly three years serving as the Chief of Information Management at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers district in Philadelphia where she had received a Special Act or Service Award, the third of her career.