Welcome to the INCOSE-Orlando Chapter!

The mission of the Orlando chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is to drive success in engineering programs for engineering organizations in industry, academia, and government and drive up the capabilities of its professionals including top executives and practicing engineers.

We host monthly presentations offering a topic that supports the goals for acquiring dramatic speed, precision, interoperability, and innovation using systems engineering and other practices.

Our Chapter Presentations are open to the professional community in Central Florida (with RSVP). The event begins with a free buffet dinner as a courtesy to our guests and members followed by one or two presenters who represent local organizations. The goal is to share knowledge, techniques, and success stories to drive improvement in product delivery throughout our community.

Our meetings occur on the second Wednesday of each month starting at 530pm at Rocket Technology HQ, which houses our INCOSE-Orlando office, at 13501 Ingenuity Drive, Suite 232, Orlando, Florida 32826.

Please check our calendar for the latest meeting date and topic.


Chapter Events

March 08, 2023


INCOSE-Orlando Presentation: Coming Cybersecurity Mandates and Solutions
Securing the Software Supply Chain with Human Performance and Interoperability



Date and time

Wed, March 8, 2023, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM EST


INCOSE-Orlando HQ @ One Resource Square Building-Rocket Technology Offices (In-Person Ticket)
13501 Ingenuity Drive #Suite 232 Orlando, FL 32826 (or request an Online Teams Ticket)

About this event


Section 4 of Presidential Executive Order 14028 on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity describes new requirements for “Enhancing Software Supply Chain Security for Human Performance.” It calls for more transparency and controls to resist and prevent software supply chain vulnerabilities and malicious attacks. This includes the requirement for creating a Software Bill of Material (SBOM) for all applications and the deployment of automated tools that check for known and potential vulnerabilities and remediate them. Unfortunately, many agencies have not updated their vulnerability management technology or software. Without a blueprint and process for their software supply chain, government agencies and integrators lack visibility and a decision support system to identify exploitive vulnerabilities and the ability to rectify them then. At this session, you will identify and rectify software supply chain vulnerabilities quickly and efficiently. With Executive Order 14028 requiring a minimum standard of care that includes itemizing the Software Bill of Materials, we can begin our journey to better outcomes.


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Chapter News


November 2022: ITSEC 2022 was a Success! We plan to do it again in 2023.

With our active booth manned by members, we achieved closer ties to UCF, Team Orlando, industrial firms, and professionals. Soon after, a number of new contacts joined INCOSE-Orlando, bringing us up to over 160 dues-paying members!


July 2023: Hawaii

"Book 'em Danno!"

Orlando Chapter Leadership

PresidentLink Parikh
Vice President/President ElectJudd Cheatwood
SecretaryIan Phillips
TreasurerBecky Matz
Past PresidentMark Sellers
Tutorials/Development Committee ChairEd Smith
Director at LargeLinda Britt
Director at LargeTom Herald
Director at LargeEd Smith
Director at LargeWalter Hammond
Contact: Link Parikh, President

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