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Information Operations in the Pacific Theater

When:
Oct 22 - Oct 24

Symposium Agenda  |  Registration Fees  |  Symposium Location  |  Accomodations  |  Directions  |  Security  |  Sponsorships

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Information Operations in the Pacific Theater
October 22 - 24, 2013
Honolulu, HI 

 

PRESENTING SPONSOR

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SILVER SPONSOR

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SYMPOSIUM THEME

The changing face of the Pacific Information Environment.

SYMPOSIUM OBJECTIVE and BACKGROUND

The purpose of this symposium is to examine the contested and congested information environment across the Pacific Region and discuss how multinational information operations can help shape conditions for continued stability and peace within the region. The symposium will provide a venue for increased awareness of Asia-Pacific issues and an opportunity for networking, a multinational exchange of ideas, and partnership building within the region.

In 2011, President Obama directed his national security team to make America’s “presence and mission in the Asia-Pacific a top priority.” The Indo-Asia-Pacific stretches from California to India. It encompasses over half of the Earth’s surface and well over half of its population. This region is culturally, socially, economically, and geo-politically diverse. The nations of the Indo-Asia-Pacific include five of our nation’s seven treaty allies (i.e. Australia, Japan, Korea, Philippines, and Thailand), three of the largest economies in the world (i.e. U.S., China and Japan), and seven of the ten smallest (i.e. Tokelau, Niue, Tuvalu, Futuna, Nauru, Marshall Islands, Palau), the most populous nations in the world (i.e. China, India, and Indonesia), and the largest Muslim-majority nation (i.e. Indonesia). One-third of the world's bulk cargo and two-thirds of its oil shipments now pass through the Indian Ocean. Regional cooperation to ensure the safety and security of these vital trade routes will become increasingly important over coming decades. All these aspects, when you take them together, result in a unique strategic complexity. And this complexity is magnified by a wide, diverse group of challenges that can significantly stress the security environment. To be successful, we must thoroughly understand the constantly changing information environment and the people who comprise that environment. This symposium will examine the Indo-Asia-Pacific challenges, multinational partnerships, evolving concepts, and the means by which information is passed in the context of the information environment to explore options to help shape conditions for continued stability and peace within the region.

 

SYMPOSIUM AGENDA

Topics will include:

Asia-Pacific Challenges
Partnership Outreach
Information Activities in Support of Disaster Response Operations
Information Operations in the Pacific Region
Leveraging the IE as Allies and Partners in the Asia-Pacific Region
Nexus of Commerce, Diplomacy, Security, and Human Migration
Mapping the Human Terrain in Support of IO
Satellite Imaging of the Asia-Pacific Region
Modular and Scalable Intelligence Systems
Target Audience Analysis
Opinion Research for Business
HA/DR and Security
Addressing Information-Related Concerns in the Asia-Pacific Contested Areas

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL AGENDA

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Lt Gen Terry G. Robling, USMC
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific

MG Gary Beard, USA (Invited)
DCG USARPAC

MG William K. Fuller, USA
25th Infantry Division, U.S. Army Pacific

 

Please note that these speakers have been invited and confirmed, however, changing schedules and operational demands may prevent their attendance.

NOTABLE SPEAKERS

Lt Gen Robert Elder, USAF (Ret)
Research Professor, George Mason University; AOC President

Mr. Loren Johnson (Invited)
Head Analyst, PACOM JIOC

Brig Gen Edwin "Skip" Vincent, USAF (Ret)
Soft Power Solutions

Dr. Gerry Power (Invited)
Chief Research Officer, M&C Saatchi World Services

Please note that these speakers have been invited and confirmed, however, changing schedules and operational demands may prevent their attendance.

 

 

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REGISTRATION FEES

Full Symposium Fees:
AOC Member - Industry/Contractor - $950
Non-Member - Industry/Contractor - $1100
*Government - FREE
*Active Duty Military - FREE

* The military fee applies only to active duty military and the government fee applies to civilian personnel with a current government ID card. Military/Government ID cards must be presented at check in.

Symposium cancellations must be submitted in writing with a copy of your registration form on or before October 7, 2013; telephone cancellations will not be accepted. Cancellations may be faxed to (703) 549-2589 or emailed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Refunds will be issued minus a $75 administrative fee for all cancellations.

 

SYMPOSIUM LOCATION

The full symposium will be held at the Hale Koa Hotel. 

HALE KOA HOTEL
2055 Kalia Road
Honolulu, HI 96815 

Hale Koa Map

Hale Koa Parking Instructions

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NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

Monday, October 21
Welcome Reception
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 
Hilton Hawaiian Village

Tuesday, October 22
Networking Reception
sponsored by URS
4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Hale Koa Hotel

ACCOMODATIONS

The AOC has a room block at the Hilton Hawaiian Village hotel, next to the Symposium location.

Hilton Hawaiian Village
2005 Kalia Road
Honolulu, HI 96815

$177.00 + taxes and $15.00 resort fee per night

Must be made by October 14, 2013, based on availability
Cancellation less than 72 hours prior to arrival and no-shows will be assessed a one night's room rate to be paid by individual

Book online with code ASJ or call (808) 949-4321 and reference AOC Conference 2013

Rate includes: 
- Local, toll-free and credit card calls (no access fee)
- High speed internet access/WiFi access
- PlayStation 3 with unlimited movies and games
- Hawaiian cultural activities
- Fireworks Spectacular Tuesday evening at 7:45 p.m. at the Super Pool
- Dive-in movies on Wednesdays and Sundays at sundown

Hilton Map

Hilton Activities Brochure

Other recommended hotels:

Hale Koa Hotel
2055 Kalia Road
Honolulu, HI 96815

Embassy Suites Waikiki Beach Walk
201 Beachwalk Street
Honolulu, HI 96815
 

DIRECTIONS

Honolulu International Airport (HNL) to the Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel

Honolulu International Airport (HNL) to Hale Koa Hotel

Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel to Hale Koa Hotel (Directly next door, Hale Koa is to the left of Hilton if you are facing ocean)

 

SECURITY 

The full symposium will be UNCLASSIFIED. 

SPONSORSHIPS

Your company can have the opportunity to sponsor one of the symposium Receptions or many other options! 
Click here for the SPONSORSHIP CONTRACT and see below for pricing and inclusions.
Please contact Lauren Stewart for any questions. 

SPONSOR PACKAGE BREAKDOWN: Platinum Gold Silver Bronze
• Company logo in conference announcements and advertisements (flyers, emails, website, agenda, handouts) YES YES YES YES
• Company logo with hyperlink to your company site on the symposium web page YES YES YES YES
• Custom company Powerpoint slides displayed to attendees before start and during breaks (up to 3 slides) YES - - -
• Tabletop and chairs (where available)  1 1 1 -
• Complimentary attendee registration(s) 3 2 1 -
• Sponsorship/Co-Sponsorship of (1) Networking Reception, Luncheon, or Breakfast (where available) YES - - -
• Sponsorship/Co-Sponsorship of (1) Coffee Break                (where available) - YES - -
Pricing  $         7,500  $     5,000  $    2,500  $        500

 

 

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AOC supports the American with Disabilities Act of 1990. Attendees with special needs should contact the AOC at (703)-549-1600 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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