2021 Pacific Operational Science & Technology (POST) Conference
3/8/2021 - 3/11/2021
Theme : Overcoming Regional Security Challenges through Collaborative Technology Engagement
Event Type : Conference, Virtual Meeting
Event Code : 1540
Join NDIA and the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command in 2021 for the first-ever virtual Pacific Operational Science & Technology (POST) Conference as we examine regional security challenges and collaborative technology engagement in the S&T community. This virtual conference will feature:
- DoD opportunities for joint research, development, and experimentation
- Collaborative engaging workshops
- Unique networking opportunities for government and industry attendees
- A full industry showcase of industry companies*
- Opportunities to meet with the USINDOPACOM S&T Office (If you would like to virtually meet with Dr. George Ka'iliwai III, USINDOPACOM J8 Director, during POST, please contact Maj Dowd (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Maj Meyer (email@example.com) by March 3, 2021 to submit a request).
POST 2021 brings together senior U.S. Department of Defense leaders from the Services and Agencies, senior leaders from the international Science & Technology community, industry executives and engineers, university representatives, and scientists to collaborate on how we can contribute to peace and stability in the Indo-Asia Pacific region through science and technology. This virtual conference serves as the leading forum for understanding operational issues in the region and for technology providers to recommend solutions to these challenges—all from the convenience of your home or office!
Schedule of Events:
- Thursday, March 4, 2021 - Invite Only Session
- Monday, March 8 - Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Open Sessions
- Wednesday, March 10 - Thursday, March 11, 2021 - Closed Sessions (Security clearance required). Note: In order to attend the closed sessions, you MUST register by COB EST on March 4th to allow time to complete the security process.
Please note: POST 2021 is open to the press ONLY on Monday, March 8, and Tuesday, March 9.
Top organizations in attendance include**:
|Australian Department of Defence||Northrop Grumman Corporation|
|Defence Science & Technology Group||Office of Naval Research|
|Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)||Raytheon Missiles & Defense|
|Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)||Raytheon Technologies|
|Idaho National Laboratory||Sandia National Laboratories|
|Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory||Sierra Nevada Corporation|
|Lockheed Martin Corporation||Special Operations Command Pacific|
|Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company||The Boeing Company|
|Los Alamos National Laboratory||The MITRE Corporation|
|Marine Corps Forces Pacific||U.S. Army Engineer Research Development Center|
|Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific||U.S. Army Pacific|
Numbers and organizations are based on 2020 conference attendance.
NOTE: NDIA does not sell attendee lists with contact information to third parties. Please be aware that any solicitations you receive claiming to have this information are phishing scams. If you receive any solicitations of this nature, please contact an NDIA team member.
*The industry showcase is a separate event to POST 2021 and is hosted exclusively by NDIA. USINDOPACOM does not support or endorse the industry showcase event.
**USINDOPACOM does not support or endorse any of the organizations in prior attendance.
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