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Please Mark Your Calendars! The Department of the Air Force ( DAF ) intends to sponsor a hybrid Strategic Development Planning & Experimentation ( SDPE )/Transformational Capabilities Office ( TCO ) and Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability ( AFWIC ) Strategy Interchange Meetings (SIMs) during the week of 19-22 April 2021. This technology engagement will be arranged in a hybrid setting, conducting the Plenary Session virtually, followed by face-to-face dialogue between the government experts and the industry participants. The venue for the one-on-one sessions will be the General Jacob E. Smart Conference Center, Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. Details and instructions for the virtual portion and directions to the Smart Conference Center will be provided in subsequent updates on the Defense Innovation Marketplace site. https://defenseinnovationmarketplace.dtic.mil/
The April event will be structured to provide industry with insight into ongoing Capability Development Activities, SDPE Experimentation Campaigns, AFWIC ’s vision of strategic engagements with industry, as well as, proposed experimentation pathfinders and watch-list efforts. The technical agenda will also provide senior leader level insight ranging from visionary outlooks to diving into specific topics of high level interest supporting our nation’s warfighters. Additional details for the technical agenda are being developed and will be shared as soon as practical.
business community together to connect and collaborate. This enables the
opportunity for small business innovation to quickly deliver advanced
technologies to the Air Force.
About the event: Join us for a two-day event that explores the policies, opportunitiesand activitiesthat attract, educate and retain quality students from high school through college for careers in microelectronics and related disciplinesin the United States.
Why should you attend?
By attending, you’ll have opportunity to:
•Engage withdiverse stakeholders across universities, industry, the Department of Defense and U.S. Air Force
•Form alliances in a venue for shaping organic partnerships to advance microelectronics priorities
•Build buy-in from stakeholders who shape and inform the framework of the U.S. microelectronics strategy
•Secure funding and in-kind arrangements through partnerships for internships, fellowships and post-education jobs
•Help make theU.S. microelectronics strategysuccessful by supporting its mission, visionandcritical success factors
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Hosted by Jobs Ohio in Partnership with DDC, TeamNEO and NASICA
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