Register Now: 2014 Air Force ISR Industry Day

February 26, 2014

Chantilly, VA

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This website was for the first Air Force ISR Industry Day that occurred on May 23, 2012.

The conference agenda and online registration will be available soon.

Questions?  703-631-6219  

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UNCLASSIFIED BRIEFINGS:

Lt Gen James- Air Force ISR in a Changing World

Unclassified version of SecAF ISR Review

Maj Gen McCasland's ISR Industry Day Briefings

Mr. Randy Walden's brief is available on-demand from charise.fuller@pentagon.af.mil.

 

On the AFISRA SIPRNET ISR-CART website:

http://isr-cart.afisr.af.smil.mil/templates

* Secret briefings

* ISR-CART database

* ISR-CART registration information

 

Overall USAF POC:

 Capt Jim Morford

 703-695-0310

 James.Morford@pentagon.af.mil

Any industry inquiries regarding specific programs should be directed to one

of the following POCs in SAF/AQI: 

Maj Charise Fuller, (571)256-0108, charise.fuller@pentagon.af.mil 

Maj Rich Beckman, (571)256-0144, Richard.beckman@pentagon.af.mil

Mr. Craig Hayes, (571)256-0125, craig.hayes@pentagon.af.mil

For inquiries regarding AF ISR Gaps/Needs:

Contact Air Force ISR Agency A5/8/9

(210)977-5408


Memo to Industry!

On May 23, 2012, AFCEA Intelligence and the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), Headquarters U.S. Air Force will present a classified forum examining the state of ISR in the U.S. Air Force and among its mission partners.

This is a must attend event with a line-up including General Philip Breedlove, Vice Chief of Staff, USAF, conference host Lt Gen Larry James, USAF, Deputy Chief of Staff for ISR; Lt Gen Charles Davis, USAF, Commander, Electronic Systems Center; Mr. Randall Walden, Director of Information Dominance Programs, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisitions; Maj Gen Robert Otto, USAF, Commander, Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Agency, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas; and Brig Gen Burke "Ed" Wilson, USAF, Director, Air Component Coordination Element Air Forces Cyber.

Air Force contributions to global situational awareness in the form of integrated air, space and cyber ISR operations, as well as analysis and dissemination of data, increasingly will require industry’s focus on technology development and delivery of ISR capabilities. Speakers in this one-day, classified conference will cover current Air Force ISR development, fielding, and funding strategies as well as future requirements.  In addition, they will highlight initiatives to increase Air Force ISR capabilities, the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System, ISR and the cyber fight, the ISR requirements and acquisition process, and more!  The day will conclude with a panel featuring the day’s speakers addressing questions from the audience. 

Attendees will gain a greater understanding of Air Force ISR, plus a sense of where the private sector can best contribute to global situational awareness across the spectrum of international security demands, including peacetime surveillance and deterrence, counterterrorism, and joint combat operations.

We look forward to seeing you at Air Force ISR Industry Day 2012!

Sincerely,
 

Lt Gen Bruce Wright, USAF (Ret.)

Vice President, C4ISR

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Conference Co-Chair and Member of the AFCEA Intelligence Committee

Brig Gen Neal T. Robinson, USAF (Ret.) 

Director, Business Development

Oracle Corporation (National Security Group)

Conference Co-Chair and Member of the AFCEA Intelligence Committee