Cameron Oskvig a professional engineer with experience in the planning, design, construction, and management of constructed infrastructure. In the role of Federal Facilities Council director, Mr. Oskvig supports the annual technical program identified by the cooperative association of 24+ federal agencies whose mission is to identify and advance technologies, practices, and policy for the improvement of federal facilities from planning through disposal. As the Director of the Board on Infrastructure and the Constructed Environment (BICE), Mr. Oskvig executes the BICE study program addressing questions of technology, science, and public policy applied to the relationship between the constructed and natural environments and their interaction with human activities.
Prior to the Academies, he worked as a consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton providing program-level asset management services for federal clients. His focus areas were facilities management, advanced data analytics, strategic asset management, portfolio decision analytics, economic business case analysis, and facility performance measurement.