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U.S. Army Heat Center Heat Forum
Heat is a leading cause of death and injury to our soldiers. To provide an opportunity for leadership from across the DoD to share information on heat illness and injury prevention, The Army Heat Center at Fort Moore hosts the annual Heat Forum.
This one day event, supported by the Commanding General, features conference sessions in the morning and a live, outdoor demonstration in the afternoon. Expected in-person attendance is 200-250, with an additional 150-200 joining from the virtual platform. This is a great opportunity to network with leadership from across the Army Public Health community, as well as the day-to-day soldier and contractor occupants of Fort Moore.
2024 DoD Global Information Conference
The Department of Defense is sponsoring the 2024 DoD Global Information Conference. This will be an annual conference for leaders and other professionals from within the Operations in the Information Environment (OIE) community, to provide a unique opportunity for experts from across the U.S. combatant commands, military departments, OSD components, industry, academia, government, allies, and partner nations to find common cause and promote the best practices found among the various programs, tools, and capabilities so they may jointly address the successes, gaps, needs, and opportunities for OIE. Further, this event will cover topics important to the Principal Information Operations Advisor to the Secretary of Defense in the oversight of policy, strategy, planning, resource management, operational considerations, personnel, and technology development across all elements of the DoD’s OIE.The format for the 2024 DoD Global Information Conference will include briefings from various government entities, vendors and educational institutions. In addition to the sessions and content provided, displays from vendors will be available for demonstrations, information exchange and networking.
NLIT Summit 2024
Conference Dates: April 8-11, 2024 | Exhibit Dates: Set up April 8, exhibit hall reception evening of April 8, exhibit days April 9-10, 2024
Who provides our nation with its strategic scientific and technological capabilities?
It's a large, dedicated group of professionals at 17 Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratories. This elite group executes long-term government scientific and technological missions, often with complex security, safety, project management or other operational challenges. And once a year, these colleagues get together for the NLIT (National Laboratories Information Technology) Summit to discuss IT and cybersecurity issues that are unique to the national laboratory system.
A multi-day event, NLIT Summit facilitates an exchange of information management, best practices, strategies and methodologies. Each day consists of presentations, panel discussions, new equipment/technology demonstrations and information sharing.
The 2023 in-person NLIT Summit was a huge success, with more than 180 industry companies supporting and over 450 government affiliated lab attendees from across the DOE Complex. Past summits have included the following personnel:
To change the world's energy future, the DOE Laboratories will need to maintain its rapid-fire pace. They'll be looking for your products and services to help them. Don't miss out on this opportunity to meet these top DOE professionals face to face! Register now
PLEASE NOTE: Industry may NOT attend unless participating under one of the marketing service packages available from an FBC account representative.
DISA J6 Cyber Awareness Forum
Calling all technology providers! DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency), now called DISA J6, is hosting their quarterly Cyber Awareness Forum with an in-person opportunity for industry to present and network with the top DISA cybersecurity gate keepers.The theme for this event will be determined soon, but each forum is designed to help DISA J6 examine the agencies' cybersecurity readiness, learn better security practices, complete trainings, and look for new technologies to protect their cyberspace. Participation in this event is a must if you can help DISA J6 with any of the following:
DISA provides IT and secure communications services across the DOD and military service branches. It is in charge of the funding and personnel that offer most of the IT services for the Pentagon and other DOD offices inside the National Capital Region, and has superior mission- and budget-authority.
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