The 33rd Annual National Test & Evaluation Conference will be held May 15-17 at the Holiday Inn Solomons Conference Center, Solomons MD. The 2018 conference will focus on the improvement of T&E in our defense and homeland security acquisition systems specifically, “Faster, cheaper, high quality testing to support the rapid deployment of technology to the warfighter.”
In order for our country to remain the world’s finest fighting force, we need to rapidly generate and sustain a strategic advantage over our adversaries. The Department of Defense is taking steps towards this through reorganization and process reform to speed up the development and deployment of technologically superior weapon systems. What is Test & Evaluation’s role in all of this? How can we help?
During this conference, senior Acquisition, Science & Technology and T&E leaders will present their views on the challenges ahead along with ideas on how Industry and Government can partner together to achieve success.
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