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ATB | Finding the Needle: Tackling Complex Problems Through Global Trade Flow Analysis

ATB | Finding the Needle: Tackling Complex Problems Through Global Trade Flow Analysis In-Person / Online

Date:
Thursday, July 25, 2024
Time:
10:00am - 11:00am Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Reading Room - HCHB RM 1894
Audience:
All Department of Commerce Staff

Kevin smiling directly at the camera wearing a navy suit and a light blue tie.Join us for a presentation by Kevin Coyne, Director for the Office of Technology Evaluation within the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).

Mr. Coyne will share his experiences and insights into how his office utilizes various data sources and tools to deliver meaningful facts to inform BIS export administration regulatory policy. He will discuss data storytelling as a way of building a compelling narrative based on complex data and analytics. He will explore this data storytelling through a series of examples on open-source Russian Transshipment activities, expansion of Global AI Data Centers, and trends in Quantum Computing.

About Mr. Coyne: Kevin Coyne serves as the Director for the Office of Technology Evaluation within the Bureau of Industry and Security. In this role, Kevin leads the Department of Commerce’s teams performing emerging technology analysis, advanced data analytics, and foreign technology availability analysis with a focus on dual-use export controls of U.S. vital national security technology interests. Prior to joining the Bureau of Industry and Security, Kevin worked at the Department of Defense, Ernst & Young (EY), and served as a U.S. Army Aviation Officer (Black Hawk Pilot with 1000+ flight hours). He is a multiple recipient of the Department of Commerce’s Gold Award, the Department of Defense’s Meritorious Civilian Service Medal, and the Department of Army’s Bronze Star, Air Medal, and Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster. Kevin holds graduate degrees from Columbia University, the Darden School of Business and the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia, and an undergraduate degree from Villanova University. He feels extremely fortunate to work with a dedicated team of mission-driven professionals at the Bureau of Industry and Security.

About Around the Bureaus: This series showcases the diverse work of Department of Commerce employees, breaks down silos, and encourages cross-bureau collaboration. If you would like to participate in a future presentation, please reach out to the library for more information.

Registration is required. There are 50 in-person seats available. There are 9,851 online seats available.

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