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Mission Engineering and Analysis, and Integration and Interoperability 2017

This event has been granted NAVSEA attendance approval

Dates: 25 Apr 2017 - 26 Apr 2017
Conference Venue: Day 1 - University of Mary Washington, Dahlgren Campus; Day 2 - Aegis BMD Facility, Dahlgren, VA

Space is limited; register today!

Come hear keynote speaker Congressman Rob Wittman, Chairman of the Seapower and Projection Forces Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee, provide a "Capitol Hill Perspective of 355 Ship Navy Pitch and Budget Topline" on April 25!

Mission Engineering is an emergent discipline in which system-of-systems engineering tools and practices are used to understand, model, analyze, architect, design and manage complex missions as end-to-end mission threads, across the entire doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities and policy (DOTMLPFP) spectrum. Navy initiatives in Integration and Interoperability strive to deliver combat capabilities that are efficient, effective and affordable.

The Mission Engineering and Analysis and Integration and Interoperability Conference is a two-day forum for the discussion of current Department of Navy and Department of Defense initiatives to apply Mission Engineering principles to a variety of Surface Warfare initiatives to enable combat capabilities that are integrated and interoperable.

This unique two-day event is being held in partnership between the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division and the American Society of Naval Engineers.  The first day will be unclassified at the University of Mary Washington, Dahlgren Campus and the second day will be classified at the Aegis BMD Facility, Dahlgren, VA.  Please note, registration for the event does not guarantee access to the second day.  Visit authorization requests must be submitted for the 2nd day.

Visit Authorization Requests/Letters (VAR/VAL) for 2nd/classified day April 26th
All incoming VARs for Dahlgren shall be sent to the Security Operations Center / Dahlgren via JPAS (SMO CODE DDAAUD) or fax: (540) 663 - 6472 at MDA AB, Dahlgren, VA. POCs for the event are either Deltra Davis at 540-663-1888 or Jacqueline Brice at 540-663-1860; email: MDAvisitorcontrolincomingDLG@MDA.mil.