Conference to Explore Maritime Security & Domain Awareness
/EIN News/ Los Angeles, July 31, 2009 – The Association of Naval Aviation, in association with Technology Training Corporation, will host a conference on the latest Maritime Security & Domain Awareness Threats & Opportunities, in San Diego, CA, September 30th to October 1st, 2009.
The conference brings together senior experts from the Department of Defense, Commerce, Treasury, State, Justice, the legal community, and aerospace and defense industries. They will examine the current status and future directions of potential defense export control reforms and modernization, including key issues associated with end-use, jurisdiction, dual use, and deemed exports. They will also discuss special challenges associated with the control of communications, computers, nuclear, space and other sensitive technologies. In addition, speakers will address best practices in licensing and compliance and provide blueprints for setting up global export control and compliance programs.
Highlights will include presentations by the Rear Admiral Terrence McKnight, Commander, Combined Task Force 151, US Navy 5th Fleet; Rear Admiral Vic See, USN (ret), Senior Vice President, Integrity Applications Inc; Ms. Julia Gourley, US Arctic Official, Office of Ocean and Polar Affairs, US Department of State; Rear Admiral Christopher Ames USN (ret), Vice President, Business Development, General Atomics; Captain Dane Egli, USCG (ret), Senior Engineer, Integrity Applications, Inc.; Mr. Lennis Fludd, Chief of Staff, Office of Global Maritime Situational Awareness; and many others.
WHAT: Maritime Security & Domain Awareness Conference
WHEN: September 30 – October 1, 2009
WHERE: Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, 1380 Harbor Island Drive, San Diego, CA 92101; 619.291.2900 / 800.325.3535
For more information or to register for the conference, please call Dana Marcus, at (310) 563-1223, or email [email protected].
To investigate exhibiting or becoming a corporate sponsor call Mr. Marcus Min at (310) 563-1210 or email [email protected].