2015 PRECISION STRIKE TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM (PSTS-15)

Precision Strike Priorities to Meet Global Challenges

Date: October 27-29, 2015

Location: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory | Laurel, MD 20723

Event #6PST - This symposium will be conducted at the SECRET//NOFORN Classification Level on all three days.


WHY ATTEND PSTS-15

Pleae click to the "worthy of your attention” Memo dated 23 SEP 2015 that the Deputy Secretary of Defense sent to the Secretaries of the Military Departments, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Under Secretaries of Defense, Commanders of the Combatant Commands and Directors of Defense Agencies to more actively participate in industry conferences as part of a broad effort to inject more innovation into weapons programs.

The Honorable Robert Work kicks off the Memo by stating “DoD participation in conferences and similar events is critical to our ability to share information and break down barriers that block innovation.” Mr. Work issued this new DoD Conference Guidance that updates current guidelines for conference approval to make participation “easier—not harder.

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Based on all that is going on the world today—from Iraq to Syria—to the Asia-Pacific, we are being presented with some of the most profound challenges that demand solving today, and that require the immediate creation of successful technological innovation and significant and lasting changes.

PSTS-15 will pursue many of these challenges by showcasing hot topic sessions including an Intelligence Assessment Update by DIA Analysts, a Leadership Panel on Technologies to Support Precision Engagement Requirements, a Technical Session on Technologies Needed for Future Surface Warfare Engagement, Technologies Ahead perspectives from National Labs, and Development of Breakthrough Technologies for National Security presented by DARPA to support our theme Precision Strike Priorities to Meet Global Challenges.

Further, keynote and featured speakers from the Congress, OSD, Services, USSTRATCOM, USSOCOM, NATO, Joint Staff, PEOs, DTRA, NGA, AFRL, Langley AFB, Army ARCIC, JHU/APL, and Industry will address numerous riveting topics during this important and engaging three-day classified symposium including focus areas reflected below:

• Congressional Perspectives—Keeping Our Asymmetric Edge
• Precision Strike Challenges• Innovations & Technologies for Precision Engagement
• Europe – North America Collaboration
• Challenges to Sustain Our Technological Edge
• Future Joint Force Development—Key Challenges
• Cyber Threat Concerns for Future Warfare Engagement
• Munitions Requirements Assessment to address Warfighters’ Needs
• Prototyping for Air Dominance for 2030+
• Sustaining America’s Precision Strike Advantage—Weapons Mix Re-think
• Use of Defense Consortia for Rapid Technology Development
• Offensive Anti-Surface Warfare (OASuW) Mission
• Targeting Support for Future Warfare Engagement
• Breakthrough Technologies for Air Superiority Mission
• Integrated Counter-WMD Engagement Enterprise (ICEE) Demo
• Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMTI)/Motion Intelligence
• Conventional Prompt Global Strike and Strategic ISR
• Strategic Challenges & Enduring Requirements of Deterrence
• Army Warfighting Challenges—emphasis on Precision Strike Capabilities
• Global Challenge of Preventing Nuclear War by Winning Wars That Count
• Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM)

Please click here to view/download/print the current agenda (PDF).

Please click here to view/download/print the brochure (PDF).


Special Award Ceremony: 7th Richard H. Johnson Technical Achievement Award

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Please make your plans NOW to join us for the 25th Annual SECRET//NOFORN Precision Strike Technology Symposium (PSTS-15).

This very popular and time-critical forum is one of the best technology symposiums of its kind. As the Defense Department concentrates on developing new operational concepts and new capabilities, the precision strike community is focused on identifying and defining Precision Strike Priorities to Meet Global Challenges.

From Iraq to Syria—to the Asia-Pacific, we are being presented with some of the most profound challenges that demand solving today, and that require the immediate creation of successful technological innovation and significant and lasting changes.

PSTS-15 will pursue many of these challenges by showcasing five hot topic sessions:

Five Hot Topic Sessions:

• Intelligence—U.S. Global Threats
• Technologies Panel—Precision Engagement Requirements
• Breakthrough Technologies—National Security
• Technical Focus—Technologies for Future Surface Warfare
• Technologies Ahead—National Labs

Featuring:

• Powerful Congressional/Kickoff/Keynote Addresses
• Dynamic Luncheon Speakers on Critical Challenges
• Vital Focus Area Experts
• Technical Achievement Award Winner

Riveting Focus Areas Include:

• Innovations & Technologies for Precision Engagement
• Technology Superiority Development
• Joint Experimentation Challenges
• Cyber Threat Concerns for Future Warfare Engagement
• Munitions Requirements Assessment—Warfighters’ Needs
• Prototyping for Air Dominance for 2030+
• Defense Consortia for Rapid Technology Development
• Offensive Anti-Surface Warfare (OASuW) Mission
• Electronic Warfare—Strategy, Operational Support & Security
• New Capabilities Development—Asia-Pacific AOR
• Conventional Prompt Global Strike
• Strategic Challenges & Enduring Requirements of Deterrence
• Strategic ISR and Targeting for Future Warfare
• Integrated Counter-WMD Engagement Enterprise Demo
• MTI Data Imagery Demo
• Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM)

SECRET//NOFORN Classification Level

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LOCATION

Download/Print/View Direction/Map (PDF) to the Kossiakoff Conference Center

Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory
11100 Johns Hopkins Road
Laurel, MD 20723-6099
Tel: (240) 228-5661

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LODGING:

PSA has reserved a block of rooms at the Sheraton Columbia Town Center hotel for this symposium.

SHERATON COLUMBIA TOWN CENTER HOTEL
10207 Wincopin Cir
Columbia, MD 21044 Phone:(410) 730-3900
Fax: 410) 730-1290
Reservations: 1-888-627-8318
Group Room Rate**: $102* single

* plus applicable taxes
**Hot breakfast buffet in Waterside restaurant for one person is included in the rate. Additional guests in the room are $9.95++/pp.

Cut-off date for discounted rate: Friday, September 25, 2015

When making reservations please reference “Precision Strike Association” (PSA/NDIA/2015 Precision Strike Technology Symposium) to obtain the special rate. Please call to make your reservations early. All rooms are on a first come first serve basis.

Each registrant is responsible for making his/her own hotel reservations. When making your reservation, indicate the room reservation is for the PSA - 2015 Precision Strike Technology Symposium.

Hotel room rates are subject to applicable state and local taxes and assessments which are currently 13%.

Individuals must make their room reservations directly by calling Sheraton Columbia Town Center Reservations Department directly at 410-730-3900 or 1-888-627-8318 to make reservations. Reservations must be made Friday, September 25, 2015. After that date, reservations will be accepted on a space available basis.

Hotel Guest Room Reservation Guarantee (deposit) & Cancellation (deposit refund) Policy

Individuals are responsible for guaranteeing their (his/her) own hotel reservations.

In order to guarantee a reservation for arrival, Sheraton Columbia Town Center must provide a major credit card. Guests may cancel up until 12:00 p.m. the day of arrival without penalty.

Hotel Guest Parking
Parking:
Complimentary parking is available.

Hotel/Ground Transportation

The Sheraton Columbia Town Center hotel will provide hotel shuttle bus transportation for PSA symposium attendees to and from the Kossiakoff Center at JHU/ APL according to the symposium schedule (TBD) and must be scheduled ahead of time with the Hotel.

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SECURITY REQUIREMENTS

Security Clearance submittal deadline has been extended to COB Wednesday, October 21, 2015.

All attendees must be U.S. Citizens holding a Secret or higher clearance.

• Visit requests must be submitted electronically via JPAS using SMO Code#: 888984, Cage Code 88898 by Monday, October 5, 2015.

• Enter “PSTS” in the phone field, POC: Angie DeKleine, CAE, CMM, CMP, CEM

Questions regarding security only:

Please call JHU/APL Visitor Control Directly: (240) 228-5661

Telephone: (240) 228-5661
JHU/APL—ATTN: Visitor Control
11100 Johns Hopkins Rd
Laurel, MD 20723-6099

If you do not have access to JPAS, please click here to download & complete the security clearance form.

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REGISTRATION

Register Now Online!

Regular registration fee deadline has been extended to COB next Friday, October 16th. Late registration fee period starts October 17th.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES
(COB 10/16) (On/After10/17)

Regular/ Late

  • Academia $375 / $450
  • Government $300 / $375
  • Industry NDIA Member and affiliates $950 / $1,025
  • Industry non-NDIA member $1,025 / $1,100

Registration information for this symposium will be made available late July/early August. Please bookmark & check back at http://www.precisionstrike.org.

Register for this conference online at http://www.precisionstrike.org. You will be directed to the NDIA registration web page. You will receive a confirmation via email after you use the CONFIRM button on the web page. When registering online, please review and change any necessary information then “submit” and “confirm” your entry. PLEASE make sure you check your account information for accuracy (i. e: spelling of name, address, company name, email address, phone number etc.).

Fax: Complete registration form with payment information and fax to 703-522-1885.

Mail: Complete registration form with payment to:
PSA - Angie De Kleine, CAE, CMM, CMP, CEM
Event #6PST
2111 Wilson Blvd., Suite 400
Arlington, VA 22201-3601

Acceptable forms of payment include: Checks (with mailed registrations); Credit cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express, Diners Club but not Discover Card.

Payment must be made at time of registration. Please register onsite after the deadline date. Non-member fee includes individual membership in PSA for a one-year period.

How to Register on-line for this Conference:

If you are a returning customer (if you have already visited our new Customer Portal website, using your previously assigned Customer/Membership ID number and verified and confirmed your password):

1. Please log-on under the conference web site: Http://www.ndia.org/meetings/6PST , and go to the “Registration” section to register. You will be directed to the NDIA registration web page.

2. You will receive a “Thank you for registering for 6PST Event Registration Confirmation, Invoice#” confirmation email immediately upon receipt of your payment online, so please ensure that your e-mail address is complete and accurate.

Please note: If you are registering another person or co-worker(s), (e.g. you are an Executive Assistant, the government agency credit card holder, etc.) you must enter their respective email address(es)/user and password(s) of each person(s) you are registering. You CAN NOT use your own Customer ID account profile to register another individual(s).

If you are registering multiple persons online (e.g., if you are registering your boss and/or co-worker(s), company/agency credit card holder registering several people, etc.), you must follow these steps to register each person:

1. You must “log-in” under each individual’s Customer ID and password login information.

2. You must then “Logout” (button found in top right corner of the registration page, in the red section, next to “NDIA web site” & “Contact Us”) after submitting each registration.

3. To log back in for each additional registration, please click the “Find an Event” (middle tab found on the left menu tab options), then type in “6PST” under “Title”, then click “Go”.

4. Please click the “Register Now” button on the right. Please log back-in to register the next individual (repeating the steps above).

If you are registering another person (other than yourself or are the credit card holder/purchasing agent) the invoice# confirmation email will be sent to the email address in the individual profile used when registering. Please check with that individual to make sure that they received the confirmation invoice# email.

If you do not receive an emailed confirmation with your invoice# after submitting your registration, your 2015 Precision Strike Technology Symposium (6PST) conference registration is incomplete and was not received by NDIA. Please call NDIA immediately at (703) 522-1820 for assistance.

If you are a new visitor, you will need to click to https://eweb.ndia.org/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx to “Create a New Account” or to “Verify your Account Status”, before registering on-line.

1. Either verify your account with your email address or enter your user name and password.

2. If a match is found and it is you, you can request a new password.

3. If your account cannot be verified, click “Create an Account Now”.

4. Enter all required information and click Continue.

5. If any required information is left out, you will be notified in red at the bottom of the screen near the cancel and continue buttons.

6. You will be sent an email from webmaster@ndia.org that contains your customer ID and password information.

7. Return to the link http://www.ndia.org/meetings/6PST from here, you can continue with the registration process.

If all required information is input correctly, you will see “Thank you for your registration!”. You are now logged in. Please feel free to explore all of the services available.

Suggestion: Please print the following steps before logging-in to register multiple individuals:

• You must “log-in” under each individual’s Customer ID and password login information.

• Once you have logged-into the registration page, you must answer the “how did you hear about this event?” and “registrant type” questions on the two pull-down tabs (select), in order for the “event fees” information to be displayed.

• From there you may select your registration fee category. Be sure to click “recalculate” before submitting your “payment information”.

• The invoice# confirmation email will be sent to the e-mail address in the individual profile used when registering. Please check with that individual to make sure that they received the confirmation email.

• You must then “Logout” (button found in top right corner of the registration page, in the red section, next to “NDIA web site” & “Contact Us”) after submitting each registration.

• To log back in for each additional registration, please click the “Find an Event” (middle tab found on the left menu tab options), then type in “6PST” under “Title”, then click “Go”.

• Please click the “Register Now” button on the right. Please log back-in to register the next individual (repeating the steps above).

You will receive a confirmation via email after you use the CONFIRM button on the web page. When registering online, please review and change any necessary information then “submit” and “confirm” your entry. PLEASE make sure you check your account information for accuracy (i. e: spelling of name, address, company name, email address, phone number etc.).

Fax:

Completed conference registration form with payment information and fax to 703-522-4656.

Mail: Completed conference registration form with payment to: PSA – attn: Angie De Kleine, CAE, CMM, CMP, CEM (Event #6PST/PSTS-15)2111 Wilson Blvd., Suite 400 Arlington, VA 22201-3601

Acceptable forms of payment include: Checks (with mailed registrations); Credit cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express, Diners Club but not Discover Card. Payment must be made at time of registration. A late fee of $75.00 will be added to any registration received after Friday, October 9, 2015. Please register onsite after the deadline date. Non-member fee includes individual membership in PSA for a one-year period.

This event is sponsored solely by The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), a non-profit, non- federal entity (NFE) and is eligible for participation and attendance by federal government personnel. Individual DoD Component commands or organizations are responsible for approving attendance of their DoD employees based on mission requirements and DoD regulations.

There is a possibility that registration may be closed early due to capacity limitations and that late and/or on-site registration may not be offered. We sometimes sell out and must close registration early; we strongly suggest you register early for this unique event. REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION e-MAILS

Once your on-line registration has been submitted, you will receive a “Thank you for registering for 6PST Event Registration Confirmation, Invoice#” confirmation email immediately upon receipt of your payment online, so please ensure that your e-mail address is complete and accurate. Please bring a copy of this confirmation with you to the conference to help avoid any possible delays at check-in.

• If you do not receive an emailed confirmation with your invoice#, please call NDIA immediately at (703) 522-1820 for assistance. The confirmation may have been filtered out as SPAM or the e-mail address you used may have been misspelled.

• If you are registering another person other than yourself (e.g. a co-worker, your boss, etc.), the invoice# confirmation email will be sent to the email address in the individual profile used when registering. Please check with that individual to make sure that they received the confirmation email.

• If you registered another person (e.g. a co-worker, your boss, etc.) on-line, the invoice# confirmation e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address of the person you registered. Please check with that individual to make sure that they received the confirmation e-mail.

• If you are registering another person (other than yourself or are the credit card holder/purchasing agent) on-line, the invoice# confirmation email will be sent to the email address in the individual profile used when registering. Please check with that individual to make sure that they received the confirmation invoice# email.

• WHEN YOU, OR YOUR ACCOUNTING REPRESENTATIVE/CREDIT CARD HOLDER/TRAINING OFFICER REGISTERS YOU FOR AN CONFERENCE OR EVENT ON THE NDIA WEBSITE, HE/SHE CAN PUT IN A SECOND E-MAIL ADDRESS TO RECEIVE A SECOND, ADDITIONAL COPY OF THE CONFIRMATION REGISTRATION E-MAIL RECEIPT.

• AS ALWAYS, THE ATTENDEE WILL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION E-MAIL TO HIS/HER OWN E-MAIL ADDRESS BY DEFAULT (TO E-MAIL ADDRESS IN THE ATTENDEE’S DATABASE RECORD).

Questions: If you are the credit card holder/purchasing agent and did not, or wish to receive a copy of the confirmation, please send an e-mail Association Service Center at webasc@ndia.org.

CANCELLATIONS, SUBSTITUTIONS AND REQUESTS FOR REFUNDS

All cancellations, substitutions, and requests for refunds must be done so in writing. Registrants who are unable to attend the conference must fax or email their cancellation or refund request on or before COB Friday, October 9, 2015, to the attention of: Angie De Kleine, CAE, CMM, CMP, CEM at (703) 522-1885, email: adekleine@ndia.org; or via e-mail Association Service Center at webasc@ndia.org.

NO refunds will be issued for cancellations received after 5:00 PM EST this date. A $75.00 administrative fee will be applied to ALL cancellations received before cob before Friday, October 11, 2015.

Refunds will not be issued for no-shows. If an attendee has not submitted payment for his/her registration, and does not attend the conference or cancel by the deadline, he/she will be invoiced for the balance due.

We do not issue refunds for the sole purpose of switching forms of payment; please be sure you are registering with the correct form of payment (a fee will be applied to those wishing to switch forms of payment).

This cancellation/refund policy applies to all attendees regardless of their method of payment, registration, and/or reasons for the cancellation.

Refunds are a two step process:

• 1st the registration cancellation refund paperwork is processed by the ASC registration department;

    • 2nd that paper work is then turned over to the Accounting department

• The refund process can take up to 5 to 14 business days to actually see the credit.

Substitutions are welcome!

Substitutions must be submitted in writing, by the original registrant, by faxing to 703-522-4656; or via e-mail Association Service Center at webasc@ndia.org. If requesting a substitution, please indicate if payment (if already received by NDIA) is to be transferred to the new attendee or refunded.

If submitting your cancellation/refund request by fax, please keep a copy of the fax confirmation receipt for your records.

Other acceptable forms of payment include: Checks (with mailed registrations); Government Purchase Orders; Credit cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express & Diners Club. We do not accept Discover Card.

Payment must be made at time of registration. Please register onsite after the deadline date. Non-member fee includes individual membership in PSA for a one-year period.

DISABILITIES

PSA supports the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Attendees with special needs (e.g. food allergies) should send an e-mail to PSA Headquarters ASC at webasc@PSA.org; or Angie De Kleine, CAE, CMM, CMP, CEM, at info@precisionstrike.org ; by Friday, October 13th, 2015. Please refer to meeting #6PST (PSA – PSTS-15).

ATTIRE

Appropriate dress for this Symposium is business attire for civilian and military Class A uniform for military presenters. Military attendees may wear the Uniform of the Day for their respective organizations.

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Lone-Star MSRC _Logo

Download/Print/View Sponsorship Form (PDF).

PSA will provide the benefits as indicated below under for the respective sponsorship opportunity indicated below.

If you would like to help support the 2015 PRECISION STRIKE TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM (PSTS-15), please fill-out and submit the Sponsorship form (pdf).

Continental Breakfast: (1: Thursday available) $1,750
(Tues. & Wed. breakfasts sponsored by Northrop Grumman)

Benefits:
• (1) Complimentary symposium registration*
• Placement of your company’s logo in the agenda handouts & proceedings
• Company description (200 words) in onsite agenda
• Signage outside the particular event sponsored
• Sponsor ribbon on badges

Lunch:
(1: Tues. available - $2,000)

• Wed - sponsored by Northrop Grumman;
• Thurs – sponsored by Orbital ATK

Benefits:
• (1) Complimentary symposium registration*
• Company logo and link to your company on event web site
• Placement of your company’s logo in the agenda handouts & proceedings
• Company description (300 words) in onsite agenda
• Signage outside the particular event sponsored
• Sponsor ribbon on badgesCoffee

Break: (4 available: Tues. p.m., Wed. a.m. or p.m., or Thurs. a.m.) $1,500

Tues. a.m. break sponsored by Kaman Fuzing & Precision Products.

Benefits:
• (1) Complimentary symposium registration
• Placement of your company’s logo in the agenda handouts & proceedings
• Company description (200 words) in onsite agenda
• Signage outside the particular event sponsored
• Sponsor ribbon on badges

Evening Reception: (Co-sponsored by Lone-Star & Monte Sano Research Corporation)
SMALL BUSINESS Investment: $500

Benefits:
• Company logo and link to your company on event website
• Placement of your company’s logo in the agenda handouts & proceedings
• Full page ad in onsite agenda/meeting packet
• Cash Bar
• Sponsor ribbons on badges

PSA SPONSORSHIPS SPECIFIC GUIDELINES

1.) The undersigned (“Sponsor”), by duly authorized representative, enters into this agreement with PSA/NDIA, to purchase a sponsorship at the above-listed symposium in exchange for the sponsorship listed above. PSA/NDIA will promote the Sponsor at the symposium in accordance with the sponsorship benefits outlined in Addendum A. PSA/NDIA, at the signing of this agreement, will project the quantity and quality of items necessary for the sponsored event, and said items will be provided by PSA/NDIA based upon said projections.

2.) In order to produce signage and promote your company in printed materials, Company must provide:a.) Logo in .EPS format to adekleine@NDIA.org with this signed formb.) Name of the one (1) individual for the complimentary symposium registration* to adekleine@ndia.org by Tuesday, October 6, 2015.c.) send applicable 200 or 300 word company description to adekleine@NDIA.org by Tuesday, October 6, 2015.* Small Business Evening Reception sponsorship option not eligible

3.) PSA/NDIA reserves the right to cancel the sponsored item or event. In the event of such cancellation, Sponsor will be notified in writing and shall receive a full refund. Parties agree that in the event of such cancellation, the Sponsor’s sole remedy against PSA/NDIA shall be the refund of monies paid by Sponsor to PSA/NDIA pursuant to this agreement.

4.) All returning Sponsors* (A returning Sponsor is defined as a company that sponsored the same event last year, but not necessarily the same item) will receive an opportunity of no more than 30 days after the event stages to renew this sponsorship agreement for the following year.This period gives all returning Sponsors the first refusal right for their sponsorship for the 30 days. After this period ends, the first right of refusal is terminated and the sponsorship becomes available on a first-come, first-served basis. Renewals may be subject to change in price and sponsorship benefits at the discretion of PSA/NDIA. *The “first right of refusal” cannot be used more than once (e.g. allowing a company to sponsor two years in a row), and a sponsor cannot sponsor the same event more than three (3) times in two (2) years.

5) Force Majeure Clause: PSA/NDIA shall not be responsible for a failure of performance of this agreement due to Act of God, war, disaster, strikes, civil disorder, government acts and or decisions, or other emergencies making it inadvisable, illegal or impossible to hold the event or deliver sponsorship benefits.

6.) Sponsor agrees to abide by official exposition rules and regulations (copies provided by PSA/ NDIA upon written request).

7.) A copy of this contract and any signatures herein shall be valid as an original.

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EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES

Download/Print/View Exhibit Contract Form (PDF).

"WHY EXHIBIT AT PSTS?

Don’t miss the opportunity to showcase your technology, innovations, and products. Providing the best equipment in the timeliest manner to our warfighters is what this symposium is all about. You will have the opportunity to put your product in the hands of the attendees at the PSTS-15 during this exhibition!

EXHIBITION SPACE:

Display space available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please refer to the exhibit hall diagram for exact display locations. Each 8’x8’ display wll consist of a 6’ table with two chairs. (Please note: ceiling height in the display area is 11.5’ from the floor). Exhibitors will also receive recognition in the onsite symposium brochure, attendee’s list and slide presentation shown at each break.

1. In order to produce the on-site symposium brochure, Company must provide:

a. Logo in .EPS format to adekleine@NDIA.org with this signed form

b. Name of the one (1) individual for the complimentary symposium registration* to adekleine@ndia.org by cob adekleine@NDIA.org by Tuesday, October 6, 2015.

c. 300 word company profile description to adekleine@NDIA.org by cob adekleine@NDIA.org by Tuesday, October 6, 2015.

2. PSA/NDIA reserves the right to cancel the symposium or event. In the event of such cancellation, exhibiting company will be notified in writing and shall receive a full refund. Parties agree that in the event of such cancellation, the exhibiting company’s sole remedy against PSA/ NDIA shall be the refund of monies paid the exhibitor to PSA/NDIA pursuant to this agreement.

3. Force Majeure Clause: PSA/NDIA shall not be responsible for a failure of performance of this agreement due to Act of God, war, disaster, strikes, civil disorder, government acts and or decisions, or other emergencies making it inadvisable, illegal or impossible to hold the event or deliver exhibitor benefits.

4. Exhibitor agrees to abide by official exposition rules and regulations (copies provided by PSA/NDIA upon written request).

EXHIBITION FEES:

  • PSA Members: $1,750 (Includes one symposium registration)

  • Non-Members: $2,000 (Includes one symposium registration)

  • PSA Small Business Members
    (1 Complimentary 8'x8' space with one (1) paid symposium registration)

  • Government & Military
    (1 Complimentary 8'x8' space with one (1) paid symposium registration)

Note to exhibitors: If you plan to attend the symposium, please complete your security request

Current Exhibitors include (a/o September 17th):

  • Aerojet Rocketdyne (#6)
  • L-3 Communications (#10)
  • Orbital ATK (#7)

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QUESTIONS?

Contact Angie DeKleine at info@precisionstrike.org or call (703) 247-2599