Episode 12:

What does the CMMC Mean for Government Contracting? w/ Angela Dingle

“There’s a challenge in the supply chain. Adversaries are using these suppliers and manufacturers as a way to affect us militarily and to cut off our supply chains. And so that’s why CMMC is here.” Angela Dingle

By now you’ve seen it in all the papers, and we’ve been hearing a lot about it from Capitol Hill. 

We’re talking all about the release of the Cyber Security Maturity Model Certification, or CMMC. As much as we know about it, there are still a lot of unknowns about how it will all pan out, and the impact that it will have on businesses, specifically on small businesses. 

On this episode of What Lies Beneath?, we talk to Angela Dingle, President and CEO of Ex Nihilo Management. Angela is Certified in the Governance of Enterprise Information Technology (CGEIT), has 20+ years of experience in business leadership, cybersecurity, IT governance and risk management, and we talked all about: 

  • CMMC and the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) as a whole
  • CMMC and its impact on women owned small businesses
  • How women owned small businesses and 8As can use CMMC certification as a positive
  • Looking for more information on how to Cyber secure your enterprise? Check out Angela’s website.

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Guest Bio

Angela Dingle: President and CEO of Ex Nihilo Management, and chairman of the Board for Women Impacting Public Policy. Angela is Certified in the Governance of Enterprise Information Technology (CGEIT) with 20+ years of experience in business leadership, cybersecurity, IT governance and risk management. An award-winning business owner, Angela has managed the successful execution of government contracts valued at over $40 million.