Joseph A. Carnevale

Senior Defense Advisor

655 Fifteenth Street, NW, Suite 225    
Washington, DC  20005  

t 202.772.5578  
f 202.783.6947

jcarnevale@balljanik.com

 

“I strive to be the U.S. Navy's and Coast Guard’s go-to person when it comes to private industry input on ship maintenance and ship building issues.”

Joe Carnevale represents clients before Congress and federal agencies, applying more than 30 years of experience in ship design, defense acquisition and procurement, construction and life cycle support. He provides clients with direct marketing support, helping them access programs and navigate the acquisition process. A retired Rear Admiral, Mr. Carnevale is well known in the ship building and ship systems communities and maintains excellent contacts in the public and private sectors. He also organizes the leading national industry conference on ship repair.

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“I strive to be the U.S. Navy's and Coast Guard’s go-to person when it comes to private industry input on ship maintenance and ship building issues.”

Joe Carnevale represents clients before Congress and federal agencies, applying more than 30 years of experience in ship design, defense acquisition and procurement, construction and life cycle support. He provides clients with direct marketing support, helping them access programs and navigate the acquisition process. A retired Rear Admiral, Mr. Carnevale is well known in the ship building and ship systems communities and maintains excellent contacts in the public and private sectors. He also organizes the leading national industry conference on ship repair.

After earning his bachelor’s degree, Mr. Carnevale joined the Navy and participated in combat operations in Vietnam. He participated directly in the construction of six different ship classes, was Executive Assistant to an Assistant Secretary of the Navy, a Program Executive Officer and then a Director of Fleet Maintenance for the Commander, Fleet Forces Command.  He was promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral (lower half) in 1998.

Mr. Carnevale is a member and past president of the American Society of Naval Engineers and a past member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Corporate Visiting Committee.  He is the 2013 recipient of the Marine Machinery Association’s Jack Flannigan Award, and he was awarded the prestigious American Society of Naval Engineers 2013 Frank G. Law Award for his outstanding comittment to the ASNE.

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Education

M.S. Naval Architecture & Marine
     Engineering, Ocean Engineer’s
     Degree, 1980
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

B.S., Chemical Engineering, 1971
University of Massachusetts

Honors

2013 Marine Machinery Association’s Jack Flannigan Award

 

2013 American Society of Naval Engineers Frank G. Law Award

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