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NDIA events & Calendar.

Chapter events

JANUARY

8 San Diego Monthly Luncheon

San Diego, CA

FEBRUARY

12 San Diego Monthly Luncheon

San Diego, CA

14 Greater Los Angeles Chapter West Coast Dinner

Beverly Hills, CA

24 Rocky Mountain Luncheon

Colorado Springs, CO

MARCH

12 San Diego Monthly Luncheon

San Diego, CA

24 Rocky Mountain Luncheon

Colorado Springs, CO

APRIL

1 Tennessee Valley Chapter Southeastern Software Engineering Conference, Van Braun Center

Huntsville, AL

8-10 Michigan Chapter Logistics Symposium

Troy, MI

9 San Diego Monthly Luncheon

San Diego, CA

16-17 Greater Hampton Roads & Michigan Chapters TACOM Petroleum & Water Systems Symposium (PAWS)

Norfolk, VA

22 Iowa-Illinois Chapter Symposium "Transformation in Manufacturing"

Davenport, IA

28 Rocky Mountain Luncheon

Colorado Springs, CO

MAY

6-8 Michigan Force Projection IV Symposium

Tacoma, WA

10 Central Florida (co-sponsors) Armed Fortes Day

Orlando, FL

FOR MORE DETAILS

For more information on chapter events, contact Molly Flanagan at (703) 247-2563 or by e-mail at: mflanagan@ndia.org or browse our Web site: www.ndia.org and click on Event Calendar

affiliate events

APRIL 28-30

7TH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION ON DEFENSE AND SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES AND SPECIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM

Brno, Czech Republic

APRIL 29-MAY 1

ITEC 2003

London, England

www.itec.co.uk

FOR MORE DETAILS

Contact NTSA at: (703) 247-9471 or visit our Web site: www.trainingsystems.org

APRIL 16-17

NETWORK-CENTRIC OPERATIONS

Sheraton Premiere Hotel

Vienna, VA

SEPTEMBER 23-26

ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION EXPO

Sheraton Premiere Hotel Vienna, VA

Contact Nicole Peterson at: (703) 2479474 or visit our web site at www.afei.org

JANUARY 22

WINTER ROUNDTABLE

Crystal Forum, Crystal City, VA (#3PW)

APRIL 29-30

ANNUAL PROGRAMS REVIEWu EVENT #3PPR

Scott Hall, Howell Auditorium, Defense Acquisition University, Fort Belvoir, VA

OCTOBER

PRECISION STRIKE TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM

The Kossiakoff Conference Center, John Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD

Contact Leslie Mueller at: (301) 475-6513 or e-mail precisionstrike@earthlink.net
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JANUARY 26-28

Tactical Wheeled Vehicles

Event #3530

Monterey, CA

Regular Registration Fees:


Members $645
Non-Members $725
Government $415
Non-Member Allied - Govt. $420
Member Allied - Industry $650
Non-Member Allied - Industry $745


Description

This is the only annually held conference that is specific to the military's Tactical Wheeled Vehicle community. It has historically brought Department of Defense representatives, prime contractors, subcontractors, and their suppliers together to discuss present and future wheeled vehicle requirements for all services. It has afforded an atmosphere for open discussions between the customers and the suppliers based on the needs of the military users. The information presented is valuable to program managers, engineers, planners and marketers. In addition, open discussions will be invaluable to DoD planners and program managers. The theme is" Tactical Wheeled vehicles: Delivering the Vision."
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FEBRUARY 11-13

14th Annual SO/LIC Symposium

Event #3880

Washington, DC

Regular Registration Fees:


Members $680
Non-Members $725
Government $525
Non-Member Allied - Govt. $730


Description

The objective of the symposium is to address the readiness and transformation of SO/LIC forces as they engage combatants across the spectrum of conflict in the 21st Century The symposium will emphasize the important role played by industry in meeting the new DoD objectives and provide ample opportunity for industry and government to directly exchange news and information. Subject matter experts will be provided for all seminars and products, systems and services from most of the principal industries serving the SO/LIC community will be on display in the exhibitor's section. The knowledge and ability to address critical topics of the day by our assembly of subject matter experts should make the symposium a seminal SO/LIC event well worth attending.
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FEBRUARY 11-13

Munitions Executive Summit

Event #3650

Washington, DC

Regular Registration Fees:


Members $610
Non-Members $660
Government $370
Non-Member Allied $665


Description

This summit will bring together representatives from the services and industry in a forum to address and debate these and other essential questions for the munitions base and for our national defense.

* Where are the required technologies?

* Can the existing munitions base conform to support these future rounds?

* Will there be an evolutionary transition or must a new base be established?
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FEBRUARY 14

Chemical/ Biological Executive

Roundtable Breakfast

Event #330A

Fairview Park Marriott

Falls Church, VA

Regular Registration Fees:


Members $50


Description

This session will focus on Chemical -- Biological Defense. Dr. Anna Johnson-Winegar, Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (Nuclear Chemical Biological), the primary sponsor, will be the Keynote Speaker.
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FEBRUARY 19

Technical support Working Group - Advanced Planning Briefing
to Industry

Event# 3090

Washington, DC

Regular Registration Fees:


Government/Academic $50
Industry $60


description

The mission of the Technical Support Working Group (TSWG) is to conduct the U.S. National Interagency Research & Development (R&D) Program for Combating Terrorism. The Requirements Briefings will specify needs identified by multiple agencies to be satisfied through commercial development.
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FEBRUARY 24-27

Test & Evaluation Conference

Event #3910

Victoria, B.C.

Regular Registration Fees:


Government/Academic/Allied $615
NDIA Member Industry $675
NDIA Non-Member Industry $730
NDIA Non-Member Allied $735


description

History has repeatedly taught us that test and evaluation tends to be inadequate and often delayed until problems are beyond a simple fix. Test and evaluation has a legitimate and important place at the defense acquisition table. This Summit's theme focuses on the issue of moving Defense Test and Evaluation from being perceived as ADDING programmatic risk, to a process which actually REDUCES the risk.
FEBRUARY 26-26

Space Policy & Architecture Symposium

Event #3340

Falls Church, VA

Regular Registration Fees:


Member $445
Non-Member $520
Government $325


description

This symposium is intended to provide a forum for the shareholders (Office of the Secretary of Defense, services, policymakers, operators, users, and industry) to discuss, debate and develop current and future directions for operations to, in and through space. NDIA is sponsoring the Symposium in conjunction with Air Force Headquarters, Directorate of Space Operations and Integration. The theme is 'Report to Shareholders -- Progress and Promise.
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MARCH 3-6

19th Annual National Logistics Conference & Exhibition

Event #3730

New Orleans, LA

Regular Registration Fees:


Government $530
NDIA Member $655
NDIA Non-Member $710
Allied Industry NDIA Non-Member $715


description

As the DoD is being transformed and the Homeland Defense Department established, Logistics processes must be adapted to support evolving joint and coalition missions. This requires new ideas, processes and systems to support our military personnel and weapon systems to be better, faster and more efficient. In partnership with industry, each of the services and our allies are addressing this global challenge. This conference provides the forum to share ideas between senior military and industry leaders in logistics.
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MARCH 4-6

4th Annual Science & Engineering Tech Conference

Event #3720

Charleston, SC

Regular Registration Fees:


Industry NDIA Member $555
Industry Non-NDIA Member $605
U.S. Gov't/Academia/Allied Gov't $465
Non-NDIA Allied Industry $610


description

The approach of capabilities based forces combined with information superiority and the effects of precision weapons will enable U.S. military forces to utilize flexibility in responding to a variety of circumstances created by the action of currently undefined threats. Accelerating the transition of technology into operational capability is essential to the warfighter. This conference will provide the opportunity for industry, academia, and DoD to assess needs, challenges and opportunities in this new era of undefined threats.

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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