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U.S. - UK - CANADA TRILATERAL SYMPOSIUM

“Promoting Defense and Security through Trade and Cooperation”

Arlington, VA

2 October 2009

 
Agenda

 

Friday, October 2, 2009

WELCOME

         Rear Admiral (Rtd.) Rees Ward, Chief Executive (A|D|S)

 

PANEL DISCUSSION: GLOBAL ECONOMIC CONDITIONS EFFECTS ON THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY

         Ian Milne, Vice President, UK and Scandanavia, Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems International (NGESI)

         Mr. Grant Rogan, Chairman & CEO, Blenheim Capital Partners

         Mr. Marc Whittingham, President, Canadian Commercial Corporation

 

NEW U.S. ADMINISTRATION AND U.S. LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

         Mr. Pete Steffes, Vice President, Government Affairs, NDIA

         Mr. Anthony Aldwell, Deputy Director, Defense Technology Security Administration

 

FUTURE OF DEFENSE PROCUREMENT: U.S., CANADA, UK VIEWS

         Mr. Gary Blasser, Assistant for Legislative Matters and Senior Procurement Analyst, Office of the Director, Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy (DPAP), Contract Policy and International Contracting (CPIC) Directorate

1.        Defense Acquisition Guidebook - Program Management

2.        Future of Defense Procurement

3.        Principles and Procedures (US)

4.        The Defense Acquisition System - Overview

         Mr. John Neri, Director General, International and Industry Programs, Department of National Defence

 

 

PANEL DISCUSSION: HOMELAND SECURITY- WAYS THE U.S., UK, & CANADA CAN WORK TOGETHER TO SHARE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

         Mr. Stephen Dennis, Technical Director, Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency, Science & Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

         Ms. Terry Shear, UK Trade & investment, British Embassy Washington, DC

 

CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES FOR TRADE: ITAR, UK/U.S. DEFENSE TRADE TREATY, DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPE

         Mr. Michael Bell, Export Controls Consultant, BAE Systems PLC

         Mr. Stan Jacobson, Business Development Manager, Lockheed Martin Canada

         Mr. George S. (Sam) Sevier, Senior Advisor, MK Technology

 

FUTURE OF TRANSATLANTIC COOPERATION: GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE

PANELISTS:

         Mr. Pierre Lagueux, Senior Partner, CFN Consultants

         Mr. Martin Neill, Counsellor (Defence Equipment), British Embassy Washington, DC

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