Special Presentations in the Engagement Theater on the Exhibit Floor, In the 900/1000 Aisle

 

Tuesday, May 10
   
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Fleet Forces Command
COMSECONDFLT Headquarters Consolidation

RDML Scott Craig, USN, U.S. Fleet Forces Command

   
11:00 a.m. - Noon

Fleet Forces Command
Introducing Capabilities to the Fleet

Mr. Steve Cade (SES) and Mr. Alex Urrutia      

   
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Joint Forces Command

JFCOM Disestablishment: Functional Review & Way Forward

RDML Ted Carter, USN, Commander, Joint Enabling Capabilities Command

Mr. Chuck Bradbury, Chief, Plans and Programs Division, Joint Enabling Capabilities Command

   
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Coast Guard Atlantic Area Command

Coordinated Support for the Safety and Security of the Maritime Domain

RADM James A. Watson, USCG, Deputy Commander, USCG Atlantic Area Command

RADM Watson will describe the Coast Guard Atlantic Area responsibilities, assets, partnerships, 2010 highlights, maritime border challenges, and role in the Cooperative Strategy for the 21st Century.  The 2010 highlights include leading roles for the Deepwater Horizon response, the Haiti Earthquake response, African maritime law enforcement deployment, Joint Canadian/US Arctic deployment, Joint Interagency Task Force South counterdrug and numerous other planned and unplanned maritime operations.

   
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Coast Guard Atlantic Area Command

Overview of the U.S. Coast Guard Deployable Operations Group

CAPT Keith Smith, USCG, Commanding Officer, Maritime Security Response Team

CDR Aaron Roth, Operations Officer

Mr. Dan Moose, Technical Director

Overview of the USCG Deployable Operations Group and it's Deployable Specialized Forces' capabilities and contributions to Coast Guard and Joint Operational Commanders.

   
   
Wednesday, May 11
   
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Air Combat Command

Mobility Enabled Operations

Mr. Jason Howe, ACC/A6T, Chief Technology Office – Strategic Analyst

Mobile communications is growing at a faster pace than ever seen in IT. What are the driving forces and how can DoD realize value beyond email and a phone call?

   
11:00 a.m. - Noon

Air Combat Command

Mission Systems Integration (MSI) and Mission Alignment

Mr. Jason Howe, ACC/A6T, Chief Technology Office – Strategic Analyst

As the communications community struggles with an increasing number of projects, how do we ensure the shrinking workforce targets key initiatives in an integrated portfolio? MSI builds an integrated approach from the Strategic Plan to implementable IT projects.

   
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Joint Forces Command

JFCOM Disestablishment: Functional Review & Way Forward

RDML Ted Carter, USN, Commander, Joint Enabling Capabilities Command

Mr. Chuck Bradbury, Chief, Plans and Programs Division, Joint Enabling Capabilities Command

   
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Air Combat Command

Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC)

Squadron Leader Joe Rushton, Chief Technology Office – Engineer

Increasing Warfighter effectiveness through the unification of disparate forms of communication is the challenge. Is it possible to increase both effectiveness and efficiency with the transition of UCC? The challenge is building an integrated strategy to unify voice, video, and data services while simplifying its delivery and reducing costs.

   
4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Supreme Allied Commander Transformation

MEDACTool

RDML Bruce Doll, USNR, Senior Health Care Executive, U.S. Navy Medical Advisor, Allied Command Transformation (NATO)
Command Surgeon, Joint Forces Command

Focus is on a medical development tool designed to enhance awareness of the environment for MilCiv interaction.

   
   

Thursday, May 12

   

10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Supreme Allied Commander Transformation

ACT Briefing Framework For Collaborative Interaction

Dr. Eric Pouliquen

Under the Framework for Collaborative Interaction (FFCI)  the primary aim is to enable collaborative work to be carried out in a non-procurement manner between ACT and industry, to effectively leverage the expertise each party brings to Alliance capability development efforts.

   
11:00 a.m. – Noon

Headquarters, Marine Corps Information Technology (IT) Deep Dive

Participants may include:        
BGen Kevin Nally 

Ms. Robin Thomas

Almost a year ago the C4 Department at Headquarters, Marine Corps embarked on path of continuous process and performance management improvement. This effort, known as the IT Deep Dive, brought in a top tier consulting firm to provide independent and unbiased assessments of current performance across several IT areas, e.g., Governance, Human Capital, Equipment Sourcing, etc. This initial assessment provides a baseline from which the C4 Department can make better use of limited resources to manage and improve performance, and ultimately, provide better support to the warfighter. The panel will discuss the IT Deep Dive background, assessment planning, methodology, execution and follow-on activities. Ample time will be allotted for questions from the audience.