Winning the EMS: The Future of Army SIGINT
AOC Industry Partner Project
July 18, 2018 | Washington, D.C.
The event will study how the Army is prepared to fight in the EMS across the Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF), specifically discussing SIGINT/EW/CO requirements, training, and organization. The Army is making significant progress, but there remain key challenges to address and opportunities on which to capitalize to have a decisive advantage in future warfare. This two-session event, featuring a congressional panel discussion and an Industry Solutions Forum, will draw leadership and expertise from the US Army Intelligence Center of Excellence (ICOE), the Cyber Center of Excellence (CCoE), the PEO Intelligence Electronic Warfare and Sensors (IEW&S), and the defense industry. The session is a "Widely Attended Event" and open to military, government, and industry. Free attendance with registration.
Open to government, military, and industry. No fee to attend. The event is unclassified and open to the public.
Congressional Panel Discussion (0800-1000, in 2043 Rayburn House Office Building)
The Panel Discussion is hosted by Rep. Jody Hice (GA-10), a member of the Congressional Electronic Warfare Working Group. This session will feature a keynote speaker and panel to discuss developments in the integration of SIGINT, EW, and Cyberspace Operations, as well as the US Army SIGINT Strategy.
LTG Scott Berrier
Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2
LTG Stephen G. Fogarty
Commanding General, US Army Cyber Command
MG Robert P. Walters, Jr.
Commanding General, Army Intelligence Center of Excellence
MG John B. Morrison, Jr.
Commanding General, US Army Cyber Center of Excellence
BG Jennifer Buckner
DCS G-3/5/7 Cyber Directorate (DAMO-CY)
Mr. Alex Cochran, DISL
Senior Cryptologic Advisor, Army INSCOM
*Speakers confirmed as of July 13. Please check back for updates!
Industry Solutions Forum (1030-1330, Capitol Hill Club, Eisenhower Room)
Immediately following the Congressional Panel Discussion, the AOC will host a separate Industry Solutions Forum (ISF). This session will feature an industry showcase (available to sponsors), a networking reception, and a brief program.
Mr. Kevin Sherman, SES
Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
Thank you to the following sponsors for making this event possible:
The ISF offers two sponsorship opportunities to help your company be recognized as a leader in providing SIGINT solutions for our military forces. The venue offers five lounge areas (sofa, coffee table, and two chairs) and can accommodate up to five table tops (standard 6’ banquet table). The following opportunities provide for interested sponsors to demonstrate their products and/or address the audience in attendance. Please contact Ken Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) for exhibiting and sponsorship.
Tabletop/Lounge - $500
-Choice of table or lounge for duration of the ISF
-Opportunity to show case product/service during reception (3-5 minute pitch)
-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
-Choice of table/lounge OR brief welcome address (3-5 minutes) during ISF reception
-Listing of company/logo on all event promotional material
-Listing of company/logo on all ISF onsite event signage
-Dedicated space in post-event report
-Complimentary upgrade to Gold Sponsorship (for the price of Silver Sponsor) of the AOC SIGINT IPP for one year (to date), which includes:
-Automatic event partnership of future events
-Company logo on SIGINT IPP core deliverables
-Company logo on all IPP-related products and announcements
-Free (1) admission to all future IPP and AOC Advocacy events, including roundtables, seminars and presentations.
Rayburn House Office Building
50 Independence Ave, SW
Washington, DC 20024
Capitol Hill Club
300 First Street SE
Washington, DC 20024