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IDGA’s Maritime Homeland Security Summit is a forum on the many changing requirements and challenges of maritime security. The audience will be comprised of senior level professionals from the military, government agencies, contractors and technology service providers.

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  1. 1. Get the Latest Update on Coast Guard Acquisition Priorities! See Page 5 for Details… 7th Annual MARITIME HEAR IMPORTANT PRESENTATIONS HOMELAND FROM: ADM Patrick Walsh, USN Vice Chief of Naval Operations SECURITY Gen. Gene Renuart, USAF Commander, USNORTHCOM and NORAD ADM James Stavridis, USN April 27 – 30, 2009 TM Summit Commander, US Southern Jacksonville, FL Command ADM Harry Ulrich, USN (Ret.) Executive Vice President, Enterra Building Partnerships Solutions for Maritime Security RADM Gary Blore, USCG Assistant Commandant for Acquisition and Chief Acquisition and Enhanced Officer, US Coast Guard Anh Duong, SES Domain Director, Borders & Maritime Security Division, DHS Science and Awareness Technology Directorate Port of Jacksonville Tour Sponsors See page 3! DON’T MISS YOUR BEST OPPORTUNITY DON’T MISS YOUR BEST OPPORTUNITY OF THE YEAR TO: OF THE YEAR TO: Hear the Coast Guard’s current acquisition priorities and the • impact on the maritime community Media Partners Engage in the public-private joint effort to improve Maritime • Domain Awareness Receive detailed updates and implementation strategies for • critical capabilities See Page 7 for Early Registration Discounts
  2. 2. Who you will meet: IDGA’s Maritime Homeland Security Summit, (MHS) brings together 7th Annual departmental policy makers, uniformed MAR ITIME H OMELAND service leaders, academia, law enforcement, and industry partners to exchange and share best practices and opportunities to improve the security of SECURIT Y Summit our Nation's maritime borders. TM Review issues-at-hand, discuss options, Dear Colleague, and integrate solutions affecting maritime security. You will have the Maritime leaders agree that the recip unique opportunity to interact and e for a safe and secure maritime dom ain relies on network with senior-level professionals interdependent partnerships and coor dination between agencies, industry, from the Coast Guard, Customs and vendors and academia. Border Protection, Transportation Capitalize on the shared expertise in the many organizations vest Security Administration, Department of ed in a secure maritime domain at the Maritime Homelan Energy, Department of Defense, and d Security Summit. senior industry executives: If you have The Maritime Homeland Security one of the following positions you can’t Summit is the year’s most important maritime event designed to bring all stake holders together in afford to miss this year’s event: one place. At the 2009 event you will hear about successful initiatives, ground-breaking capabilitie s, and senior level policy guideline s to improve the safety Account Manager and security of international trade • , maritime borders, and ports. Agency Department Head • Agency Director The 2009 Maritime Homeland Secu • rity Summit will provide you with : Assistant Agency Director All stakeholder perspectives and uniq • • ue experiences to enhance maritime security and Border Security domain awareness • Best practices for determining and Business Development Manager • • defeating small vessel threats Interagency investment strategies Deputy Sector Commander • • and alignment for greater intelligen ce fusion and information sharing Director of Marketing • Strategies and successful partnershi • Director of Security • ps for enhanced Maritime Domain Awareness to combat piracy, terrorism, and smug Division Head • gling C4ISR • Now in its seventh year, IDGA’s Mar Cargo and Container Screening itime Homeland Security Summit • provides a forum for senior level Government and Milit ary officials, industry partners, and Capabilities Development • the academic community to align shared goals, showcase new technology, and define the way forw Chief of Planning • ard. Chief of Prevention • Take the time now to block off Apri l 27-30, 2009 in your calendar, and Chief of Response • reserve your place among your peers and key leaders in the maritime community. Register your Engineer • self and your team today call Joe Manthey 416-597-4733 or Sign Homeland Security Industry Manager up before February • 27 to save with the early bird disco unt pricing. Intelligence Analyst • National Defense • I look forward to meeting you in April ! Naval Intelligence • Officer in Charge V/R, • Operations Officer • PS: New for 2009: Sessions Port Director • Port Operations e US • Designed Specifically for th Port Security Officer • Principal • Coast Guard! Look for the Thomas Engelman Research and Development • Program Director Sector Commander • symbol on Pg 4 and 5. Senior Associate • Special Agent-in-Charge • Team Lead • Technical Director • Vice President of Homeland • Security/Border Protection “Excellent USCG Mission and Strategic Presentation” –Transport Canada “Excellent info. Nicely Done!” -RADM Jim Olson, USCG (Ret.) “Excellent/inspirational presentation” –Gary Merrick, Booz Allen Hamilton To Register call Joe 416-597-4733 or 2
  3. 3. Pre-Conference Workshop and Pre-Conference Workshop and Port of Jacksonville Tour Port of Jacksonville Tour Monday, April 27, 2009 This workshop and site tour will provide you with hands-on port security training combined with an expertly guided tour of the Port of Jacksonville. A classroom style training session will provide you with the most up-to-date information for effective and cost-efficient security planning. The workshop also features an exclusive briefing from the senior director of security at JAXPORT on innovative security initiatives and technology. The director of port operations and security will take you on a guided tour of the Port of Jacksonville. See first-hand how security enhancements unique to JAXPORT facilitate increased trade while safeguarding the community and the nation from potential threats. 9:00 am Hands-on Training and Planning Session Port Facility Security Planning and Risk Assessment How you will benefit: This session marks the national release of a comprehensive Be ahead of the curve on training practices • seaport security training system. The eight courses and over 500 Leverage this one-stop resource • lessons have been recently approved by the USCG, MARAD, and FEMA, and they are freely available in both instructor-led and Web-based formats. The quot;enginequot; behind the courses is a Session Leaders: learning management system that enables users to securely create Dr. A. Aubteen Darabi, Associate Professor and Leading and maintain training records online for easy access and Research Scientist, Florida State University reporting. Workshop participants will learn about system Judd Butler, Port Security Project Manager, Center for National components, how to gain access, and how to plan training for Security Training and Research, The Learning Systems Institute certification, professional development, performance drills, and Florida State University individual performance improvement. CAPT Fred Wilder, USCG (Ret), Florida State University, Learning Systems Institute Center for National Security Training and What will be covered: Research Balancing the demands of security and commerce • Meeting requirements of MTSA, 33CFR, SafePort Act, and TWIC • Managing information for compliance and readiness • Creating proactive training plans • 11:00 am JAXPORT Security Briefing Port of Jacksonville Security Initiatives Briefing The Port of Jacksonville contains some of the most unique and Session Leader: advanced security measures in the country. Prior to taking the Chris Kauffman, Senior Director Terminal Operations and tour of the port, this security briefing will provide you with an Seaport Security, Jacksonville Port Authority overview of current security measures and future initiatives as the port expands significantly. Lunch 12:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Exclusive Site Tour of JAXPORT Port of Jacksonville Tour The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) is an independent largest container port, moving the equivalent of nearly 800,000 agency of the City of Jacksonville (FL). JAXPORT owns three cargo twenty-foot cargo containers annually through its facilities. Port port terminals and one passenger cruise terminal along the St. expansion now underway is projected to grow JAXPORT into the Johns River in Northeast Florida. These facilities comprise Eastern seaboard's third largest container port by 2015. approximately 1,500 acres of land and include the Blount Island Marine Terminal, the Talleyrand Marine Terminal, the Dames Point This tour will visit JAXPORT’s Blount Island terminal and newly Marine Terminal, and the JAXPORT Cruise Terminal. Seaport opened TraPac container terminal featuring state-of-the-art security activity at these facilities support more than 45,000 jobs in the enhancements and facilities. Jacksonville area and creates an economic impact of more than $2.6 billion annually for the region. JAXPORT is a major diversified Tour led by: port: it is the nation's No. 1 port for trade with Puerto Rico by Chris Kauffmann, Senior Director Terminal Operations and both volume and dollar value; it is the nation's second busiest Seaport Security, Jacksonville Port Authority automobile handling port, moving more than 600,000 cars, trucks and other vehicles annually; and it is the nation's 13th Transportation provided To Register call Joe 416-597-4733 or 3
  4. 4. MAIN CONFERENCE DAY 1 Tuesday, April 28, 2009 7:00 Registration & Coffee 10:45 Implementing the Small Vessel Security Strategy • Adopting a strategy developed from the small vessel stakeholder recommendations 7:45 Welcome & Opening Remarks from Sector Jacksonville • Tailoring effective education, communication and coordination with the stakeholders • Implementing national and international standards for risked based, threat CAPT Paul Thomas, USCG, Commander, Coast Guard Sector reducing measures Jacksonville Robert Gauvin, Technical Advisor, Office of Vessel Activities, CG-543 8:00 United States Coast Guard Priorities for Maritime Homeland Security 11:25 United States Navy Support for Maritime Domain Awareness • Navy global operations to enhance MDA RADM Robert Branham, USCG, Commander, Coast Guard District 7 • Current technology and capability requirements • Interagency coordination strategy and information sharing objectives 8:40 Building Public/Private Partnerships for Expanded Global Maritime Domain Awareness Wendy Kay, SES, Senior Director for Intelligence, Office of the Deputy Under • Building a “global sea traffic control system” Secretary of the Navy Morning Keynote Remarks • Creating a trusted electronic repository of global traffic monitoring data • Enhancing stakeholder cooperation and trust for robust domain 12:05 The Changing Arctic Landscape and Impact to the Maritime Community awareness • Controlling anticipated ship traffic through the Bering Strait Environmental • Leveraging increased MDA to combat piracy, terrorism, and smuggling • Expanding search and rescue operations Impact • Technology to enable dynamic policy management to establish • Identifying new risks and response policies transparency and security across the global supply chains Dana Goward, SES-Director, Assessment, Integration and Risk Management, CG-51 ADM Harry Ulrich, USN (Ret.), Executive Vice President, International Security Affairs Practice, Enterra Solutions LLC 12:45 Lunch Afternoon Keynote 9:20 GMAII Priorities, Programs, and Needs for Enhancing Maritime 1:45 Coast Guard Capabilities Development Priorities Domain Awareness RADM Wayne Justice, USCG, Assistant Commandant for Capability, US Coast Guard • National MDA assessment and interagency investment strategy • Expanding the global maritime intelligence community of interest 2:25 Industry Capability Response • Enterprise architecture and agency mission alignment • Industry development in support of government priorities RADM Richard Kelly, USCG, Director, Global Maritime and Air • Closing vital capability gaps Intelligence Integration • Advancing the maritime security mission Charles S. Bowers, III, President, Frequentis Defense, Inc 10:00 Networking and Refreshment Break Concurrent Afternoon Tracks-bring a team and maximize your learning! Track A Track B Case Study: DOT’s MarView 2:45 DOT’s Marview Environment in Support of the Maritime Interagency Coordination Activities in Support of Intelligence Information Sharing Transportation System Integration • Providing a comprehensive collection of vessel tracking information • Expansion efforts and capabilities of the National Maritime Intelligence through Automated Identification System (AIS) and Voluntary Observation Center Ships (VOS) program • Strategic ONI goals for maritime intelligence collection and information • Real-time tracking of vessels and information on waterways and facilities sharing • Geospatial information on the MTS and Intermodal Transportation John Plude, Assistant Director for Global Maritime Intelligence Integration, Owen Doherty, Director, Office of Security, DOT Maritime Administration Office of Naval Intelligence International Cooperation 3:25 Risk Management and Resource Allocation for Megaports Initiative: Protecting the World's Shipping Network from Maximize Limited Maximum Safety and Security Dangerous Cargo and Nuclear Materials Resources • Using limited resources effectively • Deterring terrorists from using the world's seaports to ship illicit materials • Provide a survey of the approaches and methods to RBRA (risk-based • Detecting nuclear or radioactive materials if it shipped via sea cargo resource allocation) • Interdicting harmful material before it is used against the U.S. or one of our • Provide a set of principles for employing RBRA approaches and methods allies CAPT Paul Szwed, USCG D.Sc, Head, Department of Management and William E. Kilmartin, Megaports Program Manager, Office of the Second Line Professor of Decision Sciences, U.S. Coast Guard Academy of Defense, National Nuclear Security Administration U.S. Department of Energy 4:05 Networking and Refreshment Break Networking and Refreshment Break 4:35 Collaboration In Space For International Global Maritime Awareness Building Effective Law Enforcement Partnerships Technology Breakthrough • Using commercial satellite technology for global maritime • Using collaborative approaches to capitalize on the expertise which exists in the awareness many organizations vested in a secure maritime domain • Automate processing to minimize manpower • Engaging stakeholders in partnerships that achieve both security and economies • Increase areas of surveillance of scale • Using Case studies and research on current private-public sector initiatives Guy Thomas, Science and Technology Advisor, Office of Global emphasizing collaborations in homeland security Maritime Situational Awareness Dr. Kenneth Christopher, D.P.A., Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator, Criminal Justice Department, Park University 5:15 Case Study: Using the Maritime Homeland Security Operational Planning Misdeclared Cargo: Safety Concern or Terrorist Threat System (MHS OPS) for Improved Asset Scheduling • The dangers of misdeclared cargo • Using MHS OPS for effective Coast Guard and Navy asset coordination • Misdeclared cargo as a tool for terrorism • Optimizing the deployment of tactical forces for highest priority missions • Current efforts to improve the trend of dangerous cargo transportation • Translating strategic level maritime guidance into tactical level operations Captain James McNamara, President, National Cargo Bureau CAPT Patrick Trapp, USCG, Commander, Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads 6:00 Cocktail Reception Sponsored by General Dynamics Note: Sessions were researched and designed to address the particular needs of 4 To Register call Joe 416-597-4733 or the Coast Guard. All conference delegates are invited to attend these sessions
  5. 5. MAIN CONFERENCE DAY 2 Wednesday, April 29, 2009 platforms and mission systems necessary to be the preeminent service for 7:00 Registration & Coffee maritime safety, security and natural resources stewardship 7:45 Welcome & Opening Remarks RADM Gary Blore, USCG, Assistant Commandant for Acquisition & Chief Acquisition Officer, USCG 8:00 US Naval Strategy for Maritime Security • US Navy efforts to improve safety and security of the world’s trade routes Morning Keynote 11:25 Research and Development of Innovative Capabilities in Support of from piracy and terrorist threats Maritime Domain Awareness Research, Development, and Capabilities for • Defining the Navy’s role in MDA and maritime security • Pervasive surveillance and reconnaissance capability developments • Sensors and data collection improvements ADM Patrick Walsh, USN, Vice Chief of Naval Operations Improved Maritime Security • Enabling increased port security and resiliency of operations 8:40 USSOUTHCOM Objectives to Enhance Maritime Domain Awareness Combatant Commander Perspective Dr. Michael Bruno, Feiler Chair Professor and Dean, School of Engineering and Regional Security and Science, Stevens Institute of Technology • Collaborative efforts to improve understanding Coast Guard of the maritime environment and enhance Acquisition Priorities 12:05 Tools and Technologies for Improving Maritime and Border Security safety and security • Improving detection, tracking, and identification of all threats along the Interagency cooperation efforts and best practices including a look at the • maritime border highly successful JIATF-South Wide-area surveillance from the coast to beyond the horizon; port and • US SOUTHERN Command AOR maritime security strategy • inland waterways region – Technology to detect, ID, and track • Data fusion and automated tools for command center operations ADM James Stavridis, USN, Commander, US Southern Command Enhanced screening and examination by non-intrusive inspection • 9:20 NORAD and USNORTHCOM Efforts in Support of Maritime Security and Anh Duong, SES, Director, Borders & Maritime Security Division, DHS Science Homeland Defense and Technology Directorate Gen. Gene Renuart, USAF, Commander, USNORTHCOM and NORAD 12:45 Lunch 10:00 Networking and Refreshment Break CBP/Coast Guard Partnership 1:45 Enhancing CBP/Coast Guard Cooperation: Sector Jacksonville’s Joint 10:45 Coast Guard Acquisition Transformation and Major Programs Overview Maritime Advance Scheduling and Targeting Team • Coast Guard's Acquisition Directorate and the Commandant's vision to Establishing protocols to jointly screen inbound vessels • create a model for mid-size federal agency acquisition and procurement Case Study • Leveraging each agency’s expertise by fully integrating Coast Guard vessel • Review of the $27 billion investment portfolio that includes more than 20 screening processes with CBP vessel and air vetting practices major projects that deliver platforms and mission systems to the Coast CAPT Paul Thomas, USCG, Commander, Sector Jacksonville Guard's operational forces • Modernization and recapitalization to ensure that the Coast Guard has the Richard Quinn, Jacksonville Area Port Director, United States Customs and Border Protection Concurrent Afternoon Tracks-bring a team and maximize your learning! Track A Track B Shipping Industry Perspective 2:30 Leveraging Commercial Partnerships for Enhanced Global Case Study: Rescue 21 Maritime Security: An Industry Perspective • Using Rescue 21 for dramatically reduced search and rescue times • Current state and future trends of global maritime commerce • Capabilities for improved reliability, redundancy and continuity of operations • The commercial maritime industry’s perspectives on maritime security CAPT Lisa Festa, USCG, Project Manager, Rescue 21 • How industry could assist in maintaining maritime security and awareness • The future of government and commercial partnerships in the maritime domain CAPT Gordan E. Van Hook, USN (Ret), Senior Director for Innovation and Concept Development, Maersk Line, Limited 3:10 MDA and OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) Successful Detection and Interdiction Strategies: Case Study of • How COTS technology such as CATE mitigate risks CG Sector Miami • How Data Fusion and Sense Making are evolving • Use of Force program overview and successful interdictions How Space based assets can support MDA Intelligence driven detection strategies • • Increasing MDA through interagency coordination-Hawkeye, Terma • Mr. Tan Lye Huat, Program Manager, Defence Science and Technology Rada, and AIS MOU Agency Singapore CAPT Christopher Roberge, USCG, Deputy Sector Commander Coast Guard Sector Miami 3:50 Networking and Refreshment Break Networking and Refreshment Break TWIC Implementation 4:20 TWIC Implementation and Lessons Learned US Navy PEO C4I Program Support for MDA • Lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid in TWIC implementation • Collecting & disseminating data from & to the tactical edge Case Study • How TWIC improves safety and security at port facilities • Capabilities for enhanced vessel tracking • Next steps after TWIC implementation • Automated monitoring, anomaly detection, and alerting systems Joseph Lawless, Director of Maritime & Bridge Security, Andy Farrar, Special Assistant to the PEO for Maritime Domain Massport Awareness, PEO C4I, US Navy 5:00 Funding and Grant Opportunities for Regional Security Efforts Assessing the USCG Biometrics-at-Sea Project: Lessons Learned • Securing PSGP funds to assist ports in enhancing maritime domain awareness and Current Implementation Efforts • Enhancing risk management capabilities to prevent, detect, respond to • Initial results of the Biometrics-at-Sea program and recover from attacks involving improvised explosive devices • Increasing maritime domain awareness through the positive • Training and exercises and Transportation Worker Identification identification of those we interdict Credential (TWIC) implementation • Mobile solutions for biometric collection and analysis CAPT John Cameron, USCG (Ret), President, Tradeworthy, Inc. Dr. Thomas Amerson, Project Lead, Biometrics-at-Sea 5:40 End of Main Conference Note: Sessions were researched and designed to address the particular needs of To Register call Joe 416-597-4733 or 5 the Coast Guard. All conference delegates are invited to attend these sessions
  6. 6. Post-Conference Security Planning Workshops Thursday, April 30, 2009 Since the passage of the Maritime Transportation Security and This interactive workshop series will draw attention to the most SAFE Port Acts, significant progress has been made towards common security planning hurdles and how they have been overcome. preventing and responding to potential emergencies at our Don’t miss the opportunity to hear best practices from your peers Nation’s ports. Despite notable advancements, security planning and community stakeholders on: remains an ongoing challenge. As risks change and threats evolve, Obtaining funding and grants for critical security initiatives • preparation and planning remain the most effective tools for Preparing and conducting port security exercises • prevention and mitigation. Supporting facility security plans • Post-Conference Security Planning Workshops 8:00 am Enabling Rapid Infrastructure Recovery and Resumption of Trade Resilience for Maritime Transportation Systems: Dispelling the Myths; Exploring the Truths Typology of MTS vulnerabilities through cause-and-effect analysis • Maritime Transportation Systems (MTS) function in a socio- Typology consequences through studying economic and social • technological environment, that operates through a complex effects of disruptive incidents network of enterprises, each abiding by various sets of processes MTSoS resilience strategies: infrastructural adaptability, systems • and interacting with a variety of physical infrastructure and a redundancy, SoS and network-centeric systems management, myriad of equipment and technologies. In that sense, each one effective governance, participatory leadership, re-routing plan in of these components of MTS has the characteristics of a system the face of disruption, etc. and their collaboration in a collective community with a major An introduction to resilience management: implementation and • purpose of its own, making the entirety of MTS a System of contingency plans, resource management, financial resiliency, Systems (SoS). Many works have been done on systems design systems control strategies, etc. aspects of MTS, yet the idea of approaching the complex system of maritime transportation from a SoS point of view to address How you will benefit the issue of resilience in the system has been untouched. This An introduction to the usefulness and value of systems thinking • workshop will engage the participants and experts of the tools for defining emerging challenges in systems (e.g. SoS). maritime domain in an effort to provide insight into the study of A fundamental understanding of resilience; what it is and what • resilience for Maritime Transportation System of Systems (MTSoS). it is not. Using tools and methodologies from systems thinking, we will An introduction to the challenges and opportunities of resilience • dispel the myths and explore the truths of resiliency for MTS so as as it applies to MTS. to define a system’s vulnerability against potential disruption, and Provided with knowledge and tools to transfer an • its adaptive capacity in recovering to an acceptable level of service understanding of resilience in both education and research. within a reasonable timeframe after being affected. Session Leaders: What will be covered: Mo Mansouri, Ph.D. Definitions of resilience and characteristics of resilient systems • Roshanak Nilchiani, Ph.D. and SoS Brian Sauser, Ph.D. A network-centric approach to resilient MTS • Stevens Institute of Technology, Center for Secure and Resilient A holistic approach to MTS resiliency by explaining the bowtie • Maritime Commerce model and using Systemic Diagrams (Systemigrams) 11:00 am Lunch will be Served Proven Training Exercise Port Security Response Training and Drill: The “Trojan Horse” Exercise exploit opportunities for developing innovative security techniques. All owners of ships over a certain size or otherwise designated by the USCG, Captain of the Port, and all operators of port facilities Session Leaders: as designated, are required to perform exercises and drills of the CAPT Joseph Ahlstrom, USMS, Professor of Marine security plans that the law requires them to have in place. Transportation, SUNY Maritime College The Trojan Horse Exercise is a public-private collaborative forum in Dr. Larry Howard, Executive Director, Trojan Horse Exercise which all participants can meet their legal obligations to exercise SUNY Maritime College their security plans, identify best practices in security training, and 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm Obtain Increased Federal Funding for Security Port-Wide Planning and Strategic Risk Management security and business continuity/resumption of trade planning In order to receive FY 2009 PSGP funds, port areas are required to develop or have in place an approved Port-Wide Risk How you will benefit: Management/Mitigation Plan. Ports are also encouraged to Learn what needs to be included in a strategic plan to obtain • develop a Business Continuity/Resumption of Trade Plan. maximum grant funding Close gaps in the existing structure by instituting systems of • Each port area has unique individual needs and tested experience prevention, protection, and preparedness about how to best reduce risk within its region. This session Align specific grant-funded security projects under this and • provides lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid in developing the future year PSGP awards port-wide risk assessment, risk management and mitigation plan, Take home a plan for infrastructure recovery and resumption of • and trade resumption and resiliency plan. trade What will be covered: Session Leaders: How effective port security planning improves safety and • CAPT John Cameron, USCG (Ret.), President, Tradeworthy Inc. security and allows for increased federal funding CAPT Paul Szwed, USCG D.Sc, Head, Department of Using a strategic, risk based approach for resource allocation to • Management and Professor of Decision Sciences, U.S. Coast maximize funding effectiveness Guard Academy Risk-mitigation strategies to achieve sustainable port-wide • To Register call Joe 416-597-4733 or 6
  7. 7. Sponsorship Opportunities Register Email, Are Available! Phone, Fax Why Sponsor or exhibit at the Maritime Homeland Security Summit? IDGA sponsorships and exhibits are an excellent opportunity for your Email: company to showcase its products and services to a highly targeted, senior-level military audience. IDGA helps companies achieve sales, Phone: 416-597-4733 marketing and branding objectives by setting aside a limited number Fax: 416.598.7934, 24 hours a day of event sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all of which are tailored to help your company maximize its exposure at the event and reach key decision-makers in your field. Military, Government & Academia Pricing Register and Pay Register and Pay Register and Pay Pricing by February 27 by March 27 after March 27 Venue and Lodging: Pre Conference $500 $500 $500 Workshops and See for venue information Port Tour Main Conference $799 $899 $999 Port of Jacksonville Tour Post Conference $500 $500 $500 Workshops Port of Jacksonville Tour – The Jacksonville Port Authority Super Pass - All 4 $1,699 $1,799 $1,899 See page 3 for details! Days The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) is an international trade Industry Pricing seaport in Northeast Florida. Companies doing business at Register and Pay Register and Pay Register and Pay Pricing Jacksonville's seaport employ more than 7,000 workers and support by February 27 by March 27 after March 27 an additional 43,000 jobs in Jacksonville. Pre Conference $650 $650 $650 Workshops and The vision of the Jacksonville Port Authority is to be a major economic Port Tour engine in Northeast Florida by continuing to be a premier diversified Main Conference $1,299 $1,399 $1,499 port in the Southeastern United States, with connections to major Post Conference $650 $650 $650 trade lanes throughout the world. Workshops Super Pass - All 4 $1,999 $2,199 $2,299 For more information on JAXPORT, please visit Days Team Discounts* About IDGA Number of Attendees Savings of: 3 to 4 10% The Institute for Defense & Government Advancement 5 or more 15% (IDGA) is a non-partisan information-based organization * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public with any other discount. service and defense. We bring together speaker panels comprised of military and government professionals while attracting delegates with decision-making MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA power from military, government and defense industries. For more A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by information, please visit us at credit card payment at the time of registration. * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6%sales tax. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase Sponsors Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 10709.004 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshments, and detailed conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. Please refer to for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy Media Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. Partners ©2009 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IDGA. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. To Register call Joe 416-597-4733 or
  8. 8. REGISTRATION CARD ❑ Yes, please register me for 7th Annual MARITIME HOMELAND SECURITY Summit TM ❑ Conference ONLY ❑ Conference plus Port of Jacksonville Tour and Workshop ❑ Conference plus Security Planning day ❑ Super Pass (All 4 days) See Page 7 for pricing details. Your customer registration code is: TLM/JM When registering, please provide the code above. Salutation/Rank________________________Name_____________________________ Job Title_______________________________________________________________ Unit/Division____________________________________________________________ Organization____________________________________________________________ Approving Manager______________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City__________________________________State______________Zip___________ Phone________________________________Fax_______________________________ E-mail__________________________________________________________________ ❑ Check enclosed for $_________ (Payable to IDGA) ❑ Charge my __Amex __Visa __Mastercard __Diners Club Card #____________________________________Exp. Date___/___ ❑ Please keep me informed via email about this and other related events. 10709.004/D/AK Get the Latest Update on Coast Guard Acquisition Priorities! 7th Annual See Page 5 for Details… MARITIME HOMELAND Sponsors SECURITY April 27 – 30, 2009 Summit TM Jacksonville, FL Building Partnerships Media Partners for Maritime Security and Enhanced Domain Awareness