Events and descriptions.
POC: Ann Saliski@(703) 247-2577
The theme of this year's symposium is "Reclaiming the Low Altitude Battlespace." Combat flight operations at low altitude pose special survivability challenges for aircraft. both manned and unmanned.
Aircraft Survivability 2003 will engage the manned and unmanned aircraft communities in discussions of the special challenges of low altitude operations, and increase awareness of survivability techniques and technologies. Attendees must be cleared at the secret/U.S. only level
November 4 Joint non-lethal weapons program industry Day Event #4420 Crystal City, Va.
POC: Naomi Mundy@(703) 247-9476
The joint non-lethal weapons program industry day will provide information on current and future military needs and requirements for the important, growing area of non-lethal weapons. This conference will provide an excellent opportunity for the exploration of requirements and developmental opportunities between service and industry representatives.
November 4-5 7th Annual Army Small Business Conference Event #4430 Mclean, Va.
POC: Phyllis Edmonson *(703) 247-2588
This conference is the only yeany event specifically aimed at all of the Army's small business contractors. It brings together leaders of the small business community, the Small Business Administration and the Army Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office to discuss timely topics, including recent changes affecting small businesses. Participants will include key Army decision-makers from the Pentagon, Army Materiel Command and field commanders who conduct acquisition.
November 17-19 41st NDIA targets, UAVs and Range Operations Symposium & Exhibition Event #4410 Palm Springs, Calif.
POC: Ann Saliski@(703) 247-2577
Exhibits: Dawn Harper * (703) 247-2584
This will be the 41st annual gathering of industry representatives and government officials involved in the fields of targets, UAVs and range operations. The theme for this year's symposium is "Contributions to Transformation.' Sessions will address such topics as 'Looking to the Future," "Test Requirements," "Ranges and Targets, and "UAVs and UCAVs." It will conclude with "Military Programs and Requirements."
November 17-20 3rd Annual Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Technology Conference & User Group Event #41 lO Oenver, Colo.
POC: Dania Khan@(703} 247-2587
This conference serves as the Forum for all industry and government organizations that are adopting CMMI. The conference will address such topics as "Transition to CMMI for SW-CMM and EIA/IS-731;" "Implementation Strategies;" "Assessment, Appraisal and Evaluation Methodologies," and "Lessons Learned." Tutorials and seminars also will be included. Last year's conference drew over 320 attendees from government and industry.
NOVEMBER 17-21 Defense Systems Acquisition Management (DSAM) Course Event #402A Orlando. Flu
POC: Angle Gress@(703) 247-2568
The Defense Systems Acquisition Management Course meets the needs of defense industry acquisition managers today's dynamic environment, providing the latest information related to acquisition policy, reform initiatives procedures and processes.
Students are industry program managers, assistant program managers, systems engineers, industry personnel serving on Defense Department Integrated Product Teams and other personnel that must interface with DoD program offices involved in program development and execution.
DECEMBER 1-4 USSOCOM CBRN Conference & Exhibition Event #4630 Tampa, Flo.
POC: Phyllis Edmonton * (703) 247-44
Exhibits: Derek Jenks * (703) 247-2582
NDIA is pleased to sponsor the U.S. Special Operations Command's Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Conference and Exhibition. The purpose of the conference is to develop an understanding of the requirements process for the development of CBRN equipment and training to meet the needs of the war fighter.
December 2-3 Homeland Security Roundtable Event #4680 Arlington, Va.
POC: Simone Baldwin * (703) 247-2596
This symposium will take a step back from the past 20 months of national homeland security efforts that included the implementation of new planning concepts and guidance, reorganization and integration of agencies, progress and challenges. This year, the focus will be on new intergovernmental and government/private sector challenges and the system implications that are involved. The expanded dimensions planned for homeland security create new concerns for government at all levels: further expansion of security measures into daily life; manpower, equipment and funding shortages; implementing information sharing, command and control systems, and strategic coordination across many autonomous entitles.
January 12-16 Defense Systems Acquisition Management (DSAM) Course Event #402E Dallas, Texas
POC: Angie Gress@(703) 247-2568
The Defense Systems Acquisition Management Course meets the needs of defense industry acquisition managers in today's dynamic environment, providing the latest information related to acquisition policy, reform initiatives, procedures and processes.
Students are industry program managers, assistant program managers, systems engineers, industry personnel serving on Defense Departments Integrated Product Teams and other personnel that must interface with DoD program offices involved in program development and execution.
How to Register: You can register for these events on the Internet at: www.ndia.org/events. Once you have found the event you would like to attend, you can reserve your space with your credit card or government purchase order.
For More Information on Events: If you have questions regarding NDIA events, please contact our Operations Department at (703) 522-1820. Please have the event number ready when you call. One of our meeting planners will be happy to assist you with all of your concerns.
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