US Army INSCOM announces 2017 Industry Day
The U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) announced on January 6 that it is sponsoring a full-day CLASSIFIED event dedicated to strengthening partnerships between INSCOM and industry for future mission success at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) Allder Auditorium, Springfield, Virginia, March 10, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Focusing on the event’s theme, “Increasing Intelligence Readiness by Partnering with Industry,” Maj. Gen. Christopher Ballard, INSCOM commanding general, will kick off INSCOM Industry Day by providing insight into the command’s strategic and operational objectives and highlight areas for collaboration focusing on today’s complex intelligence and security environment.
“The event is an outstanding opportunity to bring together industry partners to discuss INSCOM’s way ahead, priorities, key upcoming requirements, and critical capability gaps for which we need industry’s help to produce innovative solutions,” said Robert Adams, chief, INSCOM Command Services Office.
The event is also an opportunity to continue a productive relationship with current industry partners while simultaneously establishing new partners to help the command achieve its stated goals.
Industry Day is specifically aimed to enhance dialogue with private sector partners to assist INSCOM’s support to global operations and strengthening the Army’s global intelligence foundation. INSCOM will have a question/answer panel where selected panel members will directly answer industry partner questions.
Additional information, including registration details, is available at: https://www.inscom.army.mil/Contracting/industry.aspx.