The Space Warfighting Industry Forum (SWIF) team continues to monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Currently, the SWIF is scheduled to occur as published. The health and safety of our event participants, members, and partners remains our top priority and we are committed to following the guidelines and precautions as outlined by the CDC.
NDIA is fully prepared to adjust any and all plans if the situation changes. We are following – and will remain in compliance with – all city, state, and federal guidelines. If the direction from the federal, state, or local official public health authorities does changes between now and the conference, we will adhere to that guidance and act upon it immediately and will update everyone.
The NDIA team recognizes the importance of convening the national security and defense communities to promote the best policies, practices, products, and technology for warfighters and others who ensure the safety and security of our nation. Thank you for continuing to support and we hope to see you soon.
For more information and updates from NDIA about COVID-19, please refer to the NDIA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update Page.
SAVE THE DATE!
In collaboration with USSPACECOM, join us in Colorado Springs, CO August 19 – 21, 2020 for the Space Warfighting Industry Forum (SWIF). This first-ever event focused on space as a warfighting domain will bring together leaders, policy makers, and practitioners of space dominance capabilities from across government and the military, academia, and industry. With the re-establishment of USSPACECOM and the birth of the United States Space Force driving renewed focus on space capabilities, you won’t want to miss out on this foundational forum discussing domain and command priorities and resourcing needs, operational concepts, and policy requirements in unclassified and classified settings.
*Please note: This event is open to the press on the unclassified days only.
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