Nov. 21, 2019
Strategy-Driven Defense Services for Supporting the Future Force
The National Defense Strategy outlines technologies and capabilities required to deter aggression and defeat U.S. adversaries in the decades ahead. What technologies and capabilities related to defense services should DoD develop or maintain organically, source commercially, or leverage through public-private partnerships to integrate with and support and sustain the future force and contractor capabilities?
Objective: This session will address recent developments and how DoD is working closer with industry to rapidly deliver new capabilities to the warfighter.
William Bray , Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation
Dr. Craig Robin , Senior Research Scientist, Technical Center, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command
Jennifer Santos , Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Industrial Policy
The Honorable Gabe Camarillo, Vice President of Strategy and Planning, Defense Systems Customer Group, SAIC (moderator)
The Honorable Veronica Daigle , Assistant Secretary of Defense for Readiness
Solutions for Sustaining Deployed Forces
Sustaining deployed forces remains a challenge for our military services as they execute their missions around the world. These missions require support from the private sector, host nations, Reserve components, etc.
Objective: This session will address DoD and contractor solutions for sustaining deployed forces, including a focus on planning and developing needed contractor capacity.
William Moore , Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Army (G4)
VADM Luke McCollum , Chief of Navy Reserve
LTG Darrell K. Williams , Director, Defense Logistics Agency
The Honorable Allie Coetzee Leslie (moderator)
Closing Keynote Address
The Honorable Alan Shaffer , Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment