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AOC Industry Partner Project

April 11, 2019 | Washington, D.C.


Event Synopsis

This is a two-part event comprised of a congressional panel discussion and Industry Solutions Forum (ISF). Registration is for attendance to one or both parts. Please see the descriptions below for more information.


Open to government, military, and industry.  No fee to attend. The event is unclassified and open to the public.  Online registration is now closed. On site registration will be available.

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Part I

Congressional Panel Discussion (0830-1000, in 2168 Rayburn House Office Building)

"Winning the EMS: Assessing the Future of USMC SIGINT" will bring together senior leaders from the USMC to share perspectives and discuss developments in Information Warfare (IS) and the integration of SIGINT, EW, and CO. The panel is hosted by Rep. Paul Cook (Col., USMC Ret.), CA-08, whose district includes the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center and the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command at Twentynine Palms, and he is a member of the House Armed Services Committee.


Mr. D. Guy Jordan, Assistant Director for Intelligence, Headquarters, USMC

Col Randolph Pugh, Commanding Officer, USMC Intel Schools

Col Dave Burton, Program Manager, Intelligence Systems, USMC

Maj Christopher Passerella, EW/SIGINT Plans & Policy Branch, HQMC Intelligence Department


Part II

Industry Solutions Forum (0900-1400 in the Rayburn Foyer)

Immediately following the panel discussion, the SIGINT IPP will hold an Industry Solutions Forum to provide attendees, and military and government leaders the opportunity to see first-hand what industry can offer to advance the SIGINT capability and technology requirements of the USMC.


Thank you to the following partners for making this event possible:


Exhibit/Partnership Opportunities

The ISF offers an exhibit opportunity to help your company be recognized as a leader in providing SIGINT solutions for our military forces.  The Rayburn Foyer, located on the 1st Floor of the Rayburn House Office Building provides an open exhibit and networking area with plenty of room for up to 20 exhibits (standard 6’ banquet table).  Larger displays may be approved on a case-by-case basis if space is available.  Exhibiting at the ISF not only allows companies to showcase their products to event attendees, but also to Members of Congress and congressional staff during a busy mid-week legislative session day.  The following opportunities provide for interested sponsors to demonstrate their products and/or address the audience in attendance. Please contact Ken Miller ( for exhibiting and IPP sponsorship.

Tabletop/Lounge - $950

-Table top or other display for the duration of the ISF from 0900-1400

-Listing of company name/logo listed as exhibitor on all applicable ISF-related promotional materials, including invitations to Capitol Hill

-Listing of company name/logo listed as exhibitor on all applicable ISF-related promotional materials

-Brief company summary in post-event report


Event Partner - $2500

-Priority choice of table or other display for the duration of the ISF from 0900-1400 on April 11

-Dedicated space in post-event report

-Listing of company/logo on all ISF onsite event signage

-Automatic event partnership an free attendance to all future 2019 IPP events and activities

-Invitation to exhibit during applicable 2019 SIGINT IPP events

-Listing of company/logo on all IPP promotional material, IPP event information, and IPP core deliverables    


Rayburn House Office Building 
50 Independence Ave, SW
Washington, DC 20024


With over 13,000 members internationally, the Association of Old Crows is an organization for individuals who have common interests in Electronic Warfare (EW), Electromagnetic Spectrum Management Operations, Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA), Information Operations (IO), and other information related capabilities. The Association of Old Crows provides a means of connecting members and organizations nationally and internationally across government, defense, industry, and academia to promote the exchange of ideas and information, and provides a platform to recognize advances and contributions in these fields.