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United States scheduled to host the 2008 NATO Standardization Conference.

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Standardization Conference will be held Sept. 15-18, 2008, in the Washington D.C., metropolitan area. In conjunction with the NATO Standardization Agency and Allied Command Transformation, the United States will co-host this exclusive conference, which brings together practitioners from North America and Europe to present new approaches and ideas for standardization within NATO, to foster integration of the latest developments in allied transformation, and to facilitate the practical application of standardization in support of the NATO Alliance.

The content that will be presented at this conference is most suitable for Department of Defense military personnel and civilian employees, as well as DoD contractor personnel from NATO member countries who are required to have a fundamental knowledge of current and future NATO standardization activities. The conference is also of benefit to representatives from civilian standards developers who would like to gain more knowledge of standardization as it relates to future cooperative agreements with NATO.

Attendance is limited and may be subject to eligibility requirements. For information about registration, registration fees, and hotel accommodations, contact the Defense Standardization Program Office at 703-767-6872 or visit <>.
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Title Annotation:Conferences, Workshops & Symposia; North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Publication:Defense AT & L
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2008
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