Security Clearance Information
The 2022 JADC2: All Domain Warfare Symposium is classified as SECRET REL FVEY. Please read the Security Clearance information below. NOTE: Clearance will NOT be able to be checked onsite. To ensure you are not denied entrance to the classified sessions, please submit your paperwork by Thursday, June 30, 2022.
The classified sessions (July 12 - 13, 2022) will have limited capacities. Attendance is on a first-come, first-served basis to attendees that register for the event AND submit their clearances.
During registration, each attendee will be issued a symposium badge that must be worn during the event. Please be prepared to present a valid picture ID.
Please note: If attending the classified sessions, all attendees will be required to provide proof of vaccination due to venue requirements. Negative tests or proof of antigens will not be accepted; no exceptions.
The deadline to submit your paperwork for security clearance is Thursday, June 30, 2022.
All visit requests will be submitted via the Defense Information Security System (DISS). Symposium attendees should coordinate their clearances with their respective Security Manager/Facility Security Officer as appropriate. If your visit request cannot be submitted via DISS, you can submit it via secured fax (703-983-1299). Whether you submit via DISS or fax, your request should include:
SMO Code: 7L030
Duration of Visit: July 12 – 13, 2022
Purpose of Visit: NDIA – JADC2 Domain Warfare Symposium
MITRE Technical POC:
Note: If you are having issues submitting your paperwork, please contact the MITRE at 703-983-7777
Please ensure that you provide your full legal middle name and that your company is the same as what will show with your DISS. Please also make sure to enter the correct dates, year, and location. Your clearance may not be approved if there is a mismatch.
Attendees will not be allowed to take briefcases, bags, electronics, devices or other personal property into auditoriums excluding woman's handbags; however, handbags will be inspected upon entry into all classified sessions. An electronic device is defined to include cell phones, two-way radios, AM/FM radios, personal digital assistants (PDAs) such as tablets, palm pilots, Fitbits, Smart Watches, and blackberries; laptop computers, cameras; video/audio recording equipment, pagers, and any other transmitting devices.