The Spring Intelligence Symposium will be held 18-19 April 2018 at the NGA Campus East in Springfield VA. This event is coordinated by the AFCEA Intelligence Committee and features thought provoking sessions with some of the most forward thinking experts from academia, industry and U.S. Intelligence Community.
Threats to the nation continue to evolve and new levels of collaboration are required to assess and understand them as well as to architect to better meet them in the future. This event is the place to do that. Attending requires at TS/SCI clearance.
The agenda is incredible. Sessions include a keynote by the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Sue Gordon, where she will provide her context on on the future of the intelligence community, her views on technology and operational capabilities needed now to meet the challenges of today, the need to improve digital capabilities and go-fast in all the above.
Sessions include deep dives into regional and transnational threats, new information sources, ways to better leverage the revolution in space, the needs of the new national defense strategy, IC Technical and Technology Modernization, and ways to help the community achieve in its many mission areas overall.
Please review the agenda and if you have a TS/SCI clearance consider attending. This is a tremendous opportunity for government thought leaders to get updates from peers from across the agency nad a great opportunity for cleared leaders in industry to better learn what is needed from our IC.
For more and to register see: The Spring Intelligence Symposium
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