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Defense Intelligence Agency Conference Focuses on Role of Acquisition in Countering Global Threats
April 9, 2009
What: The Defense Intelligence Agency will hold an acquisition conference in San Antonio, Texas, April 14-16, 2009. The conference will bring together members from the defense, acquisition, and national intelligence communities; industry and trade partners; and members of academia. The theme of the conference is Enabling the Defense Intelligence Enterprise through Acquisition Excellence and the focus will be on knowledge sharing, problem solving, and the important role that acquisition plays in the overall intelligence mission.
During breakout sessions, attendees will be able to discuss issues and solutions, learn tools of the trade, obtain an overview of the new initiatives and technologies driving the industry, and much more.
Who: Keynote Speaker DIA Director U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Ronald L. Burgess, Jr.
When: Tuesday, April 14, 2009, 8:30 AM
Where: Crown Plaza Hotel Riverwalk
111 Pecan Street East
San Antonio, TX, 78205
Onsite POC: Chief of Public Affairs Donald L. Black
For a complete agenda, list of conference topics, and registration and hotel information, visit: http://www.diaacquisition.com.
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