presents a training conference: Gain insight on current programs within RDECOM. Turn to page 4 for details.7th AnnualCBRNe Defense TMNew Advances in Prevention, Protection and ResponseFocus Day: January 30, 2012Main Summit: January 31-February 1, 2012Washington, DC Area Join the discussion with key decision makers including: Dr. Robin A. Robinson Director & Deputy Assistant Secretary HHS/ASPR/BARDA Colonel William Barnett, USAGet critical information on CBRNe Joint Requirements Office for CBRN Defense Randolph Layethreat prevention: Deputy Director, Engineering Directorate, Edgewood Chemical Biological Center RDECOM• Gain updates from JPEO-CBD, FEMA and BARDA LTC John Ryan Bailey, USA Product Manager (SFAE-CBD-GN-W)• Understand emerging technologies in support of Product Manager Consequence Management CBRNe prevention, protection and response Glenn E. Lawson, Ph.D., USA Director, Futures Acquisition (Acting) JMP P• Analyze the latest in vaccine development JPO-CBD LTC David P. Hammer, USA• Identify current efforts in response to Medical Service DoD Product Manager for the Joint Vaccine non-traditional threats Acquisition Program Chemical Biological Medical SystemsMedia Partners: 1-800-882-8684 • www.CBRNEvent.com
7th Annual CBRNe Defense Promoting Advances in Prevention, Protection and Response January 30, 2012 – February 1, 2012 | Washington, DC Area Who You Will Meet CBRNe remains high on the list of DoD and DHS priorities. Looming terror IDGA’s CBRNe Defense Conference is the threats and the potential consequences of a CBRNe attack threat make it home of military personnel, vendors and an issue that has entrenched itself as a part of the current operating academia who aim to defend America’s armed environment. This environment calls for the DoD and DHS, as well as state forces and civilians who are in danger of CBRNe attack. You will have the opportunity to interact and local law enforcement, to be kept up to date on the latest prevention, and network with senior level professionals from detection and reactionary measures. Whether it’s a threat to us or our the following fields and responsibilities: assets, here or abroad, it’s critical that we stay one step ahead of those • Nuclear and Chemical Defense who want to do us harm. • Biological Defense The 7th Annual CBRNe Defense Conference will bring together • CBRNe Testing and Response government, military and industry leaders who have the unenviable task of • Combat Development preparing for and preventing attacks. They’re coming to discuss the latest in • Future Development detection technologies, reactive measures and the importance of inter- • Requirements and Operations agency cooperation at the federal, state and local levels. • Homeland Security Operations IDGA’s CBRNe Defense will deliver the insights and contacts you • Counter and Non-proliferation need to support your CBRNe mission. • Research and Development • Weapons of Mass Destruction Register now to learn what your peers are doing in terms of response, preparedness, incident management, threat reduction and medical countermeasures. If you’re a member of this community, you won’t want to miss this important annual event. Don’t delay – register today by visiting www.CBRNEvent.com or by calling 1-800-882-8684. About IDGA: The Institute for Very Respectfully, Defense & Government P.S. Seating is lim Advancement (IDGA) is ited and a non-partisan the event will sell- information based organization dedicated to the out. Call promotion of innovative ideas in public service us today at 1-800- and defense. We bring together speaker panels 882-8684 comprised of military and government Inessa Mayzelshteyn professionals while attracting delegates with decision-making power from military, government and defense industries. In addition to our live events, IDGA also offers an online community dedicated to providing defense Join us on http://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostPopular=&gid=2479269 industry professionals with breaking news, business opportunities, introductions, podcasts, videos, webinars, articles, and presentations from Become our fan on at www.facebook.com/IDGA.org key industry leaders. Members of our online community are able to extend their live event experience and interact with the defense industry Follow @IDGA Insight on http://twitter.com/#!/idgainsight by leveraging the opportunity to network, share ideas, best practices, and business solutions. Join our community today at www.idga.org.2 Log on to www.CBRNEvent.com or call 1-800-882-8684 to register today
CBRNE Focus Day Monday, January 30, 2012Sign up for this in-depth and interactive focus day examining the latest technologies and best practices insupport of CBRNe Defense8:45am Registration & Coffee 9:15am - 10:45am Biosurveillance Computational Methods Computational Methods for Bio Surveillance Biosurveillance has been primarily based on PCR detection, intelligence gathering • Data intensive computing for analysis of multiple real-time data streams, and analysis. With the increasing potential for terrorist engineered threats, and the genomic and transcriptomic analysis of environmental samples, social network computational means to detect both natural and synthetic threats, this initiative analysis, sensor network integration, spatial analysis and visualization, agent- requires experts in related capabilities, both biological and computational. These based simulation. experts must consider existing and proposed methods for computational biosurveillance in order to accomplish their goals. How you will benefit: • Understand how computational data is transcribed for use in the field What will be covered: • Gain an understanding of computational and biological methods used for bio • Current initiatives aimed at providing an integrated view of the state of the art, surveillance identify technical challenges and develop a vision for the future of computational biosurveillance. Dr. Robert Cottingham Group Leader, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Biosciences Division Biological and Environmental Sciences Directorate Oak Ridge National Laboratory CBRN DEFENSE DETECTION 10:45am - 12:15pm Research and Development in Combating Terrorism Research and Development for Combating Terrorism Requirements at Home and Abroad The mission of the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO) is to How you will benefit: identify and prioritize the needs of the interagency community charged with • Identify requirements to combat terrorism combating terrorism. They incorporate available expertise and experience from • Understand how the CTTSO provides solutions to warfighters, first responders government, commercial, private and academic sources throughout the United and other front-line users as rapidly as possible States and the world. This session will cover the research and development efforts as well as the transition from prototype to technology. Gabe Ramos Deputy Director Technical Programs What will be covered: Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO) • Delivering capabilities to those on the front lines through rapid research, development, test, evaluation and operational support • Current and future R&D initiatives in detection, decontamination, protection and information resources12:15pm – 1:15 pm Lunch 1:15pm – 2:45pm Countering Explosive Threats Explosive Threats, Technologies & Techniques in Counter Terrorism The most widely used and therefore the most significant threat for Counter- • Effective explosive detection programs Terrorism and security professionals worldwide is exactly the same as it was centuries ago: explosives. The threat compounds and methods of delivery have How you will benefit: evolved over time, as have the technology and techniques to detect them. In many • Gain insight into the evolved size, scope and detection of explosives respects, it is a high-tech game of cat and mouse. This session will provide an • Listen to the development of new and novel technologies and methods as understanding of the past, present and future direction of explosives and applied to counter-terrorism detection programs. • Get an understanding of various detection programs and how they vary according to the mission What will be covered: • The evolution of explosives John Avolio • Trace and bulk explosive detection CBRNe Government Consultant and Researcher 2:45pm - 4:15pm Contract Engagement Doing Business with the ASPR The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response was created How will you benefit under the Pandemic and All Hazards Preparedness Act. ASPR focuses on planning • How to effectively engage with the Government and response. The office provides federal support in order to augment state local • Learn where we are unsuccessful in working with our customers, what should capabilities during an emergency or disaster. be done differently and how can we improve our interactions and communications What will be covered: • Effective process for securing contracts from the government. Glynis Fisher • The development of the ASPR and an overview of the offices that report to ASPR Contracting Officer Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority ASPR3 Get your ALL ACCESS PASS at www.CBRNEvent.com or call 1-800-882-8684 today!
Main Summit Day One Tuesday, January 31, 2012 7:30 Registration and Coffee 1:30 CBRN Medical Countermeasure Development: Novel Approaches Developed by BARDA • HHS roles and responsibilities in CBRN medical preparedness 8:30 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks and response • Current and future BARDA CBRN medical countermeasures programs 8:45 Proving CBRNe Technology Solutions for the • The Integrated National Biodefense CBRN medical Warfighter and Homeland countermeasures portfolio • Overiew of the ECBC Dr. Gerald Kovacs • Understanding the infrastructure and workforceKEYNOTE Director, Division of CBRN Countermeasures Biomedical • Briefing on core capabilities and future initiatives Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), U.S. Randolph Laye Dept. of Health and Human Services Deputy Director Engineering Directorate Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, RDECOM 2:15 Biological and Chemical Defense Strategies • Prevention and protection • Effective response and recoveryMarine Corps CBRN Initiatives 9:30 Protecting Warfighter from CBRN Threats • Heighten threat awareness • Requirements for shield protection Lance Brooks • Flame and thermal protection as applied to armor applications Program Manager • Current and future program overview Chemical and Biological Research & Development Office CWO3 Wesley W. Hofferek, USMC Science & Technology Directorate Family of CBRN Defense Systems Department of Homeland Security Shield Team Lead Marine Corps Systems Command 3:00 Networking Break 10:15 Networking Break 3:45 A Resource for the CBRN Defense and Homeland Security Communities 11:00 Meeting the Multi-Faceted Needs of Force • Supports the CBRN Defense and Homeland Security Protection Communities – DOD, Federal Agencies, Contractors, State & • Challenges that lie in agency coordination Local Governments and Emergency RespondersForce Protection • Developing core requirements for multiple agencies and • Addresses the full range of CBRN Defense and Homeland CBRNIAC departments Security scientific and technical information • Enhancing detection technologies • Offers a technical inquiry service and maintains a reference • Meeting the objectives of protecting the force collection of over 200,000 items James King Colonel William Barnett Deputy Director Joint Requirements Office for CBRN Defense Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Information Analysis Center (CBRNIAC) 11:45 Paving the Way Forward for Chemical and Biological Protection and Hazard Mitigation 4:30 Medical Countermeasures Dispensing During • Strategies for integrating chemical and biological protection Catastrophic Events into the duty uniform • Emergency Use Authorization: The use of unapproved vaccines • Focusing on the growing need for respiratory protection in during an emergency ballistic helmetsKEYNOTE • Solutions for providing medical countermeasures • Outlining the current overall understanding of requirements for • Medication dispensing protection and hazard mitigation • Facilitate the transition of technologies into future acquisitions Elin A. Gursky, M.Sc., Sc.D. (CTR) Glenn E. Lawson, Ph.D., USA Senior Advisor Director, Futures Acquisition (Acting) HHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and JMP P Response (ASPR) JPO-CBD Office of Policy and Planning (OPP) Division of Medical Countermeasures Strategy and Requirements (OPP) 12:30 Networking Lunch Medical Countermeasures Preparedness Policy (MCPP) 5:15 End of Day One 4 Register Early and Save! Visit www.CBRNEvent.com for more information!
Main Summit Day Two Wednesday, February 1, 2012 7:30 Registration & Coffee 12:30 Networking Lunch 8:30 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks 1:30 Moving to the “Left”: Bridging the Great Divide Between Data and Information • Dispelling the myth of ‘data fusion’ as it exists today 8:45 New Directions for Development of CBRN • Discussion of data formatting to make it useful to any end user Medical Countermeasures • Presentation of options for solutions and proof of concept for • Lessons learned from CBRN medical countermeasures discussionKEYNOTE • Preventing and responding to threats Cathy Cleland, Ph.D. • The way forward for public health emergencies and CBRN Program Manager – Chemical and Biological Research agents Intelligence, Defense, and Counterterrorism Dr. Robin A. Robinson Global Security Directorate Director & Deputy Assistant Secretary Los Alamos National Laboratory HHS/ASPR/BARDA 2:15 Measurements and Standards to Support 9:30 Joint Product Manager Consequence Optimized Trace Explosives Detection Management Program & PortfolioJPdm CM Program Overview • Introduction to trace explosives detection technology • Overview of the JPdM CM program • Strategies for effective sampling of explosive residues • Status of the Common Analytical Laboratory System (CALS), • Optimization and evaluation of trace detection systems the Unified Command Suite (UCS) and other programs • The need for standards in trace detection • Strategic vision for the Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) Life • Transitioning laboratory research to the operational Cycle Management Program and the COTS Modernization environment Process Greg Gillen, Ph.D. Lt. Col. John Ryan Bailey, USA Surface and Microanalysis Product Manager (SFAE-CBD-GN-W) Science Division Product Manager Consequence Management National Institute of Standards 10:15 Networking Break 3:00 Networking Break 11:00 Overview of Joint Vaccine Development within 3:45 Chemical Weapon Detection DoD Biodefense • Overview of chemical threats • Overview of the seven vaccines currently managed within the • Point and area detection methods DoD portfolio Integrated solutionsVaccine Development • • Update of products that are in material solution analysis, tech John Avolio development, engineering and manufacturing CBRNe Government Consultant and Researcher production/deployment and sustainment • Where applicable product information will be linked to other federal agencies initiatives that are linked or supportive 4:30 End of Summit Lt. Col David P. Hammer, USA Medical Service DoD Product Manager for the Joint Vaccine Acquisition Program Chemical Biological Medical Systems 11:45 National Integration Center’s CBRNE Prevention “Outstanding conference, and response Capabilities covering a broad variety of CBRN topics!” • Understanding the National Response Framework • Overview of current and future projects Director Biodetection, Northrup GrummanFEMA • Prevention and response for the unexpected Michael Forgy Branch Chief, National Integration Center NIMS Implementation Branch at US Department of Homeland Security 5 Log on to www.CBRNEvent.com or call 1-800-882-8684 to register today
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