DSI Human Performance & Biosystems Summit 2021
The Team Behind the Warfighter
Health and Human Performance
KBR is a proud sponsor and presenter at the third annual Defense Strategies Institute Human Performance & Biosystems Summit.
KBR’s Health and Human Performance (HHP) team is focused on maintaining warfighter readiness to ensure mission success during operations in austere settings with environmental extremes. KBR’s expertise in human performance optimization spans all operational domains: land, air, sea and space.
KBR currently addresses HHP needs of the warfighter and their families at a variety of locations both inside and outside of the U.S. Through our $500 million Preservation of Force and Family contract, we deliver specialized occupational, behavioral and physical training for the U.S. Special Operations Forces.
For more than 50 years, KBR experts have also provided leading human performance research and development support to NASA. This currently includes our $1 billion HHP contract at Johnson Space Center. Our principal areas of expertise focus on life sciences, space medicine operations, laboratory management, and more. Work is conducted at various NASA testing sites throughout the world.
KBR Government Solutions U.S. operates in 45 global locations and has more than 18,000 employees. We are recognized as a leading provider of specialized solutions in engineering as well as scientific and technical services to the Department of Defense, NASA, and commercial customers.
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Learn how KBR’s Health and Human Performance professionals optimize resilience and establish best practices throughout all missions and terrains as they relate to the mind, body and soul. Click here to register.
About Daria Putzier:
- Senior Program Manager within KBR’s Science and Space business unit servicing Department of Defense HHP initiatives
- 22+ years of experience supplying global healthcare planning and operations in garrison and tactical OCONUS and CONUS operations
- Responsible for the management of large-scale, complex healthcare programs globally for the Office of the Surgeon General /U.S. Army Medical Command and U.S. Army Special Operations Command
- Retired U.S. Army Colonel after serving for 27 years