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2011 JOINT MISSIONS CONFERENCE

“Bridging Technology Capability Gaps”,  A  Comprehensive Approach for a Whole of Government

Bloomington, IN
August 29 - 31, 2011

Agenda

TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 2011

 

Keynote Address: Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict Challenges

USSOCOM J7/9 Future Capabilities/Experimentation Challenges

 U.S. Army Special Operations Command Technology Challenges

 Overview, Objectives, and Technology Challenges of the Naval Postgraduate School Capability Based Assessments

 Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office and Rapid Technology Transition

  • Mr. Douglas Cavileer, Director, Operations Division, CTTSO

 Bridging Technology Capability Gaps – Opportunities with the Private Sector

  • Mr. Randel Zeller (SES), Director, Interagency Programs, Science & Technology Directorate, DHS

 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2011

 

Expeditionary Warfare Technology Challenges

 NAVSEA PEO-Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) Science & Technology Overview

  • Dr. Megan Cramer, Science & Technology Lead, NAVSEA PEO-Littoral Combat Ships (LCS)

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Technology Challenges

CGCYBERCOM Challenges

U.S. Coast Guard Lethal/Non-Lethal Technology Challenges

  • LCDR Kenneth Nagie, USCG, Use of Force Division Chief, Office of Specialized Capabilities CG-721, HQ USCG

Challenges and Escalation of Forced Technology Investment Areas

  • Mr. John Keenan, Science & Technology Program Manager, Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate

Military 2 Market (M2M) – Commercial Applications for Military Projects Through a Technology Transfer Initiative

  • Dr. Michael Goldsby, Professor, Entrepreneurship and Director, Entrepreneurship Center, Miller College of Business, Ball State University
  • Mr. Brian Geiselhart, Center Coordinator, Entrepreneurship Center, Miller College of Business, Ball State University

 

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