MT. LAUREL, NJ / October 31, 2005 / PRICE Systems' president and managing member Anthony DeMarco has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). Serving a two-year term as the Board's 2nd vice president, Mr. DeMarco will assist with directing NDIA programs and activities. He will also serve as liaison with local government agencies and personnel to facilitate development of the national defense industrial base in the Delaware Valley.
NDIA provides individuals from academia, government, the military services, small businesses, prime contractors, and the international community the opportunity to network effectively with the U.S. government/industrial complex. The association's membership base consists of over 1,200 corporate members and more than 39,000 individuals representing the entire spectrum of the national defense and industrial base. NDIA traces its history to the American Defense Preparedness Association (ADPA) founded in 1919 and the National Security Industrial Association (NSIA) founded in 1944.
Mr. DeMarco has been a pioneer in cost forecasting and analysis technology critical to government/industrial program management for more than two decades. Among numerous career accomplishments, he has been a recipient of the Freiman Award, the highest honor bestowed by the International Society of Parametric Analysts (ISPA), and has served on NASA's International Space Station Management and Cost Evaluation Task Force. He has led PRICE Systems both in its former incarnation as a division of Lockheed Martin and since its inception as a successful independent company in 1998.