The Cross Domain Technical Forum (CDTF) scheduled for July 21-23, 2022 is postponed until June 27-29, 2023 because of the increased CDC COVID-19 Community Level in certain areas of Maryland.
All registrations for the 2022 event apply to the 2023 event.
Because much of the information shared at the CDTF is For Official Use Only or Controlled Unclassified Information, virtual options accessible to all attendees are limited.
After two postponements, the NCDSMO was very much looking forward to collaborating with the cross domain community in-person this year.
The NCDSMO continues to maintain and explore other channels for collaboration with the community. Please contact the NCDSMO at firstname.lastname@example.org
for questions or comments about CDTF or community engagement.
The NCDSMO is presenting a three-day forum that will focus on delivering information to attendees who work with cross domain technologies, services and solutions.
Presentations will discuss cross domain solutions, services and technologies, and what new challenges are arising in today’s rapidly changing environment.
Attendees will collaborate, build partnerships and advance their knowledge of cross domain technology.
For the past 11 years, the CDTF has successfully connected leading representatives from both Government and Industry to build partnerships
and collaborate on the advancement of technical knowledge and opportunities specific to the Cross Domain community. We are committed to this effort and look forward to your participation.
Workshop Classification: 7/19 and 7/20 (8AM - 4:30PM)-: UNCLASSIFIED, 7/21 (8AM - 2PM): SECRET
Clearance Requirements: No clearance is required to attend on Day 1 (July 19) or Day 2 (July 20). An active Secret clearance is required to attend on Day 3 (July 21).
To attend the classified day on July 21, U.S. citizens must hold (at least) an active Secret clearance and send their clearance information to JHU APL.
Those from DoD organizations should send their clearance information via the Defense Information System for Security (DISS) to SMO code 888984.
Attendees who cannot use DISS must complete a Visit Authorization Letter containing the information below.
Requests must be typed and on organizational/company letterhead.
This letter may be uploaded to JHU APL’s FedRAMP certified secure dropbox (https://jhuapl.account.box.com) or emailed using a password protected document to email@example.com.
(The password must be provided in a separate email or verbally by calling 240-228-5661.)
- Visitor’s full name (last, first, and middle), position, date and place of birth, citizenship, social security number, and email address
- U.S. citizens not born in the United States must also provide a copy of proof of citizenship with the request (i.e., U.S. passport, certificate of birth abroad, or naturalization certificate)
- Email addresses are being collected for each visitor to prepare for future e-check in notifications/capabilities
- Certification of the visitor’s DoD clearance level, date granted, and any special accesses (if applicable)
- Organization/company name, address, and telephone number, assigned DoD CAGE code (if applicable), and certification of the level of the facility security clearance
- Date or period during which the request is to be valid (i.e., 21 July)
- Name of person(s) to be visited (i.e., Christine Krider, JHU APL Conferences & Facilities Manager)
- Purpose and sufficient justification for the visit (i.e., to attend the Cross Domain Technical Forum on 21 July at the Kossiakoff Center)
- Authorizing individual signature and printed name (e.g. officer of the company, contract authority, person in a position of public trust). A visitor may not sign his/her own request and the signature cannot be typed.
FVEY partners (i.e., non-U.S. citizens) must send appropriate clearances through their embassy in the U.S. Such attendees should contact their embassies no later than 45 days before the event.
Audience: U.S. Government (USG), Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC) & Five-Eyes (FVEY) Partners (Australia, Canada, Great Britain and New Zealand) that work with Cross Domain Technology. Industry, Research and Academia that work with cross domain technology.
Who should attend?
Anyone from the US Government or Five Eyes Partner Governments (Australia, Canada, Great Britain and New Zealand) that works with cross domain technologies, or needs to know more about cross domain technology to accomplish their missions. Interested Industry, Research and Academia people may also attend.
There is no cost to attend the Cross Domain Technical Forum for US Government, US Military, and FVEY Partners (Canada, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand).
The attendee cost for contractors and industry partners is $225.
For questions, contact the NCDSMO at NCDSMO@nsa.gov.