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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Training


Last Updated: 03/17/2009

Monday, April 6, 2009
7:30-8:30
Registration and Continental Breakfast: Meet & Greet
8:30-9:30

Administrator's Address
Mr. R.  Paul Ryan, Administrator
Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)


9:30-10:15

Plenary Session
Support for the Combatant Commands
Mr. Michael G. Knollmann
Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Joint & Coalition Operations Support), Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Advanced Systems & Concepts)

10:15-10:30
Break/Networking/Exhibits
10:30-11:15

Keynote Address
Rapid Response Programs for the Warfighter
Mr. Benjamin P. Riley, III
Director, Rapid Reaction Technology Office (RRTO), DDR&E, DoD 

11:15-12:00

Plenary Session
Support the Warfighter:
Collaborate with DoDTechipedia and DefenseSolutions

Panelists:
Mr. Christopher Thomas, Director, Component Information Support and Chief Technology Officer, DTIC
Mr. David A. Edwards, Open Business Cell, RRTO, DDR&E, DoD

12:00-1:00
Lunch with the Exhibitors: Meet & Greet
1:00-2:00

Plenary Session
Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), The New Marking System:  What's Ahead for DoD and DTIC?

Ms. Deborah Ross, Deputy Director, Information Security Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (HUMINT, Counterintelligence and Security) Security Directorate
Ms. Roberta Schoen, Director, Operations, DTIC


2:00-2:45

Plenary Session
Copyright and Fair Use for Government Purposes
Mr. Robert J. Kasunic, Principal Legal Advisor,
U.S. Copyright Office

2:45-3:00
Break/Networking/Exhibits
3:00-4:15

Plenary Session
The Power of Wikis:
Intellipedia, Diplopedia, and DTIC's New DoDTechipedia

Panelists:
Mr. Chris Rasmussen, Social Software Knowledge Manager & Trainer, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
Ms. Tiffany L. Smith, Project Lead, Diplopedia, Office of eDiplomacy, Department of State
Mr. Noel Dickover, Networks and Information Integration (NII)/DoD CIO
Mr. George Guy Thomas, Science & Technology Advisor, National Office of Global Maritime Situational Awareness, Department of Homeland Security

4:15-4:30
Announcements
5:00-6:00
Federal and Armed Forces Librarians Roundtable Event

This hour-long event is hosted by American Library Association's Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table (FAFLRT).  Ms. Nancy Faget, FAFLRT President, will explain the group’s efforts to inform library and information students about federal careers by sponsoring programs and a special Web site for postings about programs, internships, and practicums.  She will show the site and explain the need for mentors to respond to questions from students and graduates about federal career opportunities available Stateside and overseas.

 

6:00-
Dine Arounds (Sign up at the DTIC Exhibit for Dutch-treat dinners at Old Town restaurants)

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Tuesday, April 7, 2009
7:30-8:30
Registration and Continental Breakfast: Meet & Greet
8:30-8:45
Administrator's Message
Mr. R. Paul Ryan,
Administrator, DTIC
8:45-9:30
Keynote Address
What Do We Do About REALLY BIG Data Sets?
Dr. Andre van Tilborg
Deputy Under Secretary (DDR&E) Science & Technology, DoD 
9:30-10:30
10:30-10:45
Break/Networking/Exhibits
10:45-11:30

Plenary Session
DTIC Update

Ms. Helen Q. Sherman, Director, User Services, DTIC


11:30-12:00

Plenary Session
Emerging Technology: What is Cloud Computing and Should I Care?

Dr. Michael Piller, Innovation and Simulations Lab, Information Resources Management College (IRMC), National Defense University (NDU)
Dr. Robert (Rocky) E. Young, Information Operations and Assurance Department,
IRMC, NDU

 

12:00-1:15
Lunch: Meet & Greet
A buffet is available in the hotel. Lunch is on your own.
1:15-2:45

Plenary Session
Reaching Across Organizations with Virtual Worlds

Panelists:

Dr. Paulette Robinson, IRMC, NDU, Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds
Ms. Karen Cooper, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), Team Orlando Project
Mr. Derek Parks, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Mr. Eric Hackathorn, NOAA, SCILANDS (Second Life)
Mr. Kent Taylor, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) CIO, USDA/NDU Virtual Worlds Prototype

2:45-3:00
Break/Networking/Exhibits
3:00-4:00

Plenary Session
New Collaborations: A-Space, Bridge, and Aristotle

Panelists:
Rear Admiral Rosanne M. LeVitre, USN (retired), Vice President, Jasmah Consulting
Dr. Joe Sercel, Program Manager, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
Mr. Brian Doty, Chief, Technology Project Management, DTIC

4:00-4:30
Announcements

6:00-9:00

International Special Librarians Day Swing Dance and Book Drive

Come celebrate International Special Librarians Day with a live swing band and some participants dressed in period attire.

Download Swing Dance poster here. (Registration details on DC/SLA site.)

We will also be raising funds to send audio books (PlayAways) to soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Washington, DC Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (DC/SLA) in partnership with DTIC.


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Wednesday, April 8, 2009
7:30-8:30
Registration and Continental Breakfast: Meet & Greet
 
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8:30-10:00
8:30-10:00
FAST (Federal and Scientific Technical Libraries)
8:30-10:00
8:30-3:00
DTIC Online Usability Testing
10:00-10:15
Break
10:15-11:30
11:30-1:00
Luncheon

Speaker:
Mr. Steve Vogel, Veteran Military Reporter for The Washington Post and Author of The Pentagon, A History: The Untold Story of the Wartime Race to Build the Pentagon and to Restore It Sixty Years Later

1:00-2:15
 


2:15-3:15
3:15-3:45

Q&A and Wrap-up


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