Mr. Paul P. Bollinger
Paul Bollinger became general manager of Government Solutions for Boeing Energy in August 2010. Boeing Energy is a division of Global Services & Support within Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS). Bollinger is responsible for Boeing Energy’s development of energy programs and services for federal, state and municipal government agencies, as well as other public entities.
Before joining Boeing, Bollinger served in several significant government service positions, beginning as special assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Installations, Environment & Logistics for the U.S. Air Force. In this role he had primary responsibility in the Pentagon for ensuring the success of the Air Force Synthetic Fuel Certification program. He also established the Alternative Fuels Certification Office at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Bollinger later served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy and Partnerships for the U.S. Army. In this role, he was the Senior Energy Executive responsible for the execution of the Army’s Energy Security Implementation Strategy. He also oversaw the $13 billion Residential Community Initiative that worked with the private sector to build and maintain 89,000 housing units for soldiers and their families.
In addition to his government work, Bollinger has 17 years of experience working for aviation associations, including various senior leadership positions at the American Association of Airport Executives, the Airport Consultants Council, the Airports Council International – North America, and the Air Traffic Control Association.
Bollinger’s private sector experience includes positions with AECOM, HNTB and SAIC. He also served as senior business development leader for major airport projects across North America, with a primary focus on program and construction management, systems integration and engineering.
Bollinger is an adjunct Senior Research Fellow at the National Defense University and serves on the Board of Directors of the Corporate Angel Network, and the Greater Washington Aviation Open.
He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and earned a Bachelor of General Studies Degree in aviation and business. He also earned a graduate certificate from George Washington University, and holds a 50gt Masters U.S. Coast Guard license.