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JULY 17-19

Transition Planning for CMMI Workshop

Event #211C

Seattle, WA

Regular Registration Rates:

Industry $410

Government $380

AUGUST 5-8

The workshop provides streamlined, practical guidance, based on the activities of the SEI's Technology Transition work, and the CMMI Transition Workshops. Class interaction allows participants to learn from each other, and grexercises provide an opportunity to apply learning to specific situations. The workshop allows participants to understand the basics of being leaders of CMMI-based change, and to work effectively and efficiently to plan and manage CMMI-based change projects.

2002 Department of Defense Personnel Recovery Conference

Event #2040

Arlington, VA

Regular Registration Rates:

Member $620

Non-Member $670

Government $450

Allied/Coalition Govt $455

AUGUST 19-22

This conference, chaired by the Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) and the U.S. Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM), will build upon the successes of previous conferences and continue increasing the awareness of personnel recovery requirements. The objective is to stimulate an exchange of ideas that will frame the Department of Defense (DoD) strategy for personnel recovery. Conference participants will examine personnel recovery issues, discuss their current status, and find solutions for those requiring resolution at the DoD, Service or Combatant Command level.

5th Annual Testing & Training Symposium & Exhibition

Event #2070

Orlando, FL

Regular Registration Rates:

Member $605

Non-Member $660

Gov't/Allied Gov't/ Academia $505

Non-Member Allied $665

AUGUST 19-22

This Symposium is dedicated to the development of 21st Century partnerships among government, industry and academia in the areas of defense related testing and training. It will focus on the training, readiness and testing communities and their role in meeting the challenges on the aftermath of September 11, 2001.

7th Annual Joint Services Pollution Prevention & Hazardous Waste Management Symposium & Exhibition

Event #2400

AUGUST 20-22

The 2002 theme, "Working Together for a Cleaner Future" relates to the combined efforts of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and stare environmental agencies to implement essential pollution prevention/hazardous waste management objectives.

CADD/GIS - 2002 Geospatical Technologies Symposium & Exhibition

Event #2350

San Antonio, TX

Regular Registration Rates

Industry $595

Academia: $595

Govt/Allied Govt: $245

Student: $50

This year's event is unique in that the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the CADD/GIS Technology Center have combined tradeshows and are holding side-by-side conferences. Uniting the two expositions is a convenient way for those interested in both areas to shop, learn and network under one roof.

AUGUST 19-23

The Defense Systems Acquisition Management Course (DSAM)

Event #202D

Minneapolis, MN

Tuition

Industry: $1,490

The Defense Systems Acquisition Management Course is structured for industry acquisition managers in today's dynamic environment, providing the latest information related to acquisition policy, reform initiatives, procedures and processes. This course is taught by the Defense Systems Management College. The target audience is industry program managers, assistant program managers, systems engineers, industry personnel serving on DoD Integrated Product Teams, and other personnel that must interface with DoD program offices involved in program development and execution

SEPTEMBER 15-19

2002 Joint Undersea Warfare Technology Fall Conference "Transformation and Innovation in Undersea Warfare"

Event #2240

Groton, CT

Regular Registration Rates:

Member: $550

Non-Member: $590

Government: $410

This Conference is Classified Secret- Noforn Both government and Industry will find the benefits of this fall's Joint Undersea Warfare Technology vastly rewarding. The conference features a day and a half-long plenary session led by senior key naval officials and a day and a half of technical sessions, with topic areas focusing on undersea sensors and vehicles, aviation USW, and C41 & combat systems. We hope to see you this September.

SEPTEMBER 19-23

The 19th Annual Worldwide Chemical Conference

Event #2300

Fort Leonard Wood, MO

Regular Registration Rates:

Member: $420

Non-Member: $520

Gov't/ Academia: $220

U.S. Active Duty Military: $85

Allied Member: $420

Non-Member Allied: $525

The annual worldwide chemical conference is the preeminent chemical and biological conference held in the United States and includes attendees from 15-20 foreign government/industries. Held annually at the home of the U.S. Army Chemical School, this conference offers a series of interactive presentations addressing the specific need of warfighters in the areas of operations, training, doctrine and readiness. Industry and government exhibitors will highlight the newest chemical and biological defense technologies and applications.

SEPTEMBER 23-27

20th International Symposium on Ballistics

Event #2210

Orlando, FL

Regular Registration Rates:

Member: $860

Non-Member: $860

Gov't/Allied Gov't/ Academia: $860

Non-Member Allied $860

The objective of the 20th International Symposium on Ballistics is to focus on potential technical advances and breakthroughs in the 21st century in the general areas of interior ballistics, launch dynamics, extetior ballistics, projectile and warhead design, vulnerability, modeling an simulation, and wound ballisties. The symposium is an opportunity for ballistics scientists, engineers and others to report, share and discuss current research and advances in ballistics and visions of the future.

SEPTEMBER (TBA)

Combat Vehicles

Event #2660

Fort Knox, KY
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