David J. Berteau is senior vice president and director of the CSIS National Security Program on Industry and Resources, which encompasses the entire range of national security programs, including defense policy and resources, homeland security, nuclear arms issues, the development-security interface, security economics, and defense and military strategy. He is also director of the CSIS Defense-Industrial Initiatives Group, covering defense management, programs, contracting and acquisition, and the defense industry. Recent projects include the CSIS study on U.S. forward presence in the Asia-Pacific region and presentations on the impact of sequestration on national security. In addition to CSIS, Mr. Berteau is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, a director of the Procurement Round Table, and a fellow of both the National Academy of Public Administration and the Robert S. Strauss Center at the University of Texas. Prior to joining CSIS, he was the faculty director of Syracuse University’s National Security Studies Program, and he has 15 years of senior corporate experience. He held senior positions in the U.S. Defense Department under four defense secretaries. Mr. Berteau graduated from Tulane University in 1971 and received his master’s degree in 1981 from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas.