TECHINT 2016

Chantilly, Virginia
Tuesday, December 06, 2016
TECHINT 2016
Tuesday, December 06, 2016 - Thursday, December 08, 2016

Engility Heritage Conference Center
4803 Stonecroft Boulevard
Chantilly, Virginia 20151
United States

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TECHINT 2016
Advanced Technical Capabilities
Applying Science and Innovation to the Threat

December 6-8, 2016
(This will be a TS//SI/TK//NOFORN Workshop)

Three (3) goals, the need for Speed, Reach and Agility, underscore our direct support of Director Clapper’s push for integration over the entire six years of his tenure. The increasingly fast pace of modern technology demands that we advance science-based capabilities with increased SPEED, built on the broadest possible technical REACH, and managed with AGILITY, to respond quickly to operational conditions.  And, very important, it can only be accomplished with a strong, government-industry foundation of near-real-time , communication and coordination.


It's very simple: Our goal is to shorten the connections between S&T and the operational world as much as intelligence needs to be closely connected with ops, science needs to be closely connected with both.


As always, TECHINT 2016 is a classified, TS//SI/TK//NOFORN symposium and, as always, our presentations will be 'off-the-record' and 'not-for-attribution'.  Security instructions can be found at the far-right 'tab', above.

TECHINT 2016
Advanced Technical Capabilities
Applying Science and Innovation to the Threat


DAY ONE: December 6, 2016
(At TS//SI/TK//NOFORN Level)


Introductions & Welcomes:

0730  Security Check-in & Light Breakfast
0800  Administrative & Security Briefing 
         
Day One Lead: 
Dr. John Hays, TECHINT Chairman (General Dynamics – Mission Systems)


0815  ATIA Welcome: Ms. Barbara Sanderson, ATIA Chair (Northrop Grumman) 

Applying Science and Innovation to the Threat
0830  Hon. Stephanie O'Sullivan - Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (Confirmed)

0915  Dr. David Honey– ODNI DS&T (Confirmed)

1000  Break 

1015  Debra Stanislawski, In-STeP Program Manager and Senior Advisor for Future Analytic Capabilities, Office of the Director of Science and Technology, (ODNI DS&T), “Refreshing the Investment Landscape, InStep 2.0, Matching Investment to Mission” (Confirmed)

1100 Dr. Kim Roth, ODNI DS&T, "Future Directions in IC S&T WMD Investment Planning (Confirmed)

1130 Dr. David Isaacson, “In-VEST and In-FoRM: New Approaches for Aligning and Catalyzing
Transformative IC Capabilities” (Confirmed)

1200  Lunch

Setting the Stage: Challenging Rapidly Evolving Threats and Mission Needs
1300  Hon. Frank Rose, Assistant Secretary of State for Arms Control, Verification, and Compliance, U. S. Department of State (Confirmed)

1345  Anthony Vassalo, Chair, National Intelligence Management Council (NIMC/ODNI), “Emerging Peer Threats and Counterterrorism Challenges” (Confirmed)

1430  Break

1500  National Intelligence Perspective Panel
Dr. Larry Gershwin, National Intelligence Manager and Officer for Space and Technical Intelligence, Moderator
James McEvers, National Counter-Terrorism Center (Confirmed)
RDML Rose LeVitre, USN (Ret.), Military Issues Mission Manager (Confirmed)
Henry Hollatz, National Counter-Proliferation Center (Confirmed) 
Dr. Dana Johnson, Senior Advisor, Space Policy, Department of State (Confirmed)

1700  Adjourn - Hon. James B. Longley, ATIA Executive Director


DAY TWO
TECHINT 2016   
“S&T and Acquisition and Response to the Threat”

DAY TWO: December 7, 2016  (At TS//SI/TK//NOFORN Level)

Introductions & Welcomes:
0730  Security Check In & Breakfast
0800  Administrative & Security Briefing 

Day Two Leads: 
Dr. John Hays, TECHINT Chairman (General Dynamics - Mission Systems)
Hon. James B. Longley, ATIA Executive Director

0805  ATIA Welcome: Ms. Barbara Sanderson, ATIA Chairman (Northrop Grumman)
        
Response to the Threat: Investing in the Foundation
0815  Ardisson Lyons, Director, Science and Technology, Defense Intelligence Agency, “DIA Perspectives” (Confirmed)

0900  Dr. Peter Highnam,  Director, NGA/R, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, “NGA Perspective” (Confirmed)

0945  Dr. Susan Durham, Director, Advanced Systems and Technology Directorate, National Reconnaissance Office /NRO/AS&T, “NRO Perspective” (Confirmed)

1030  Break 

1100  Dr. Jason Matheny, Director, Intelligence Advanced Research Program Activity (Confirmed)

1145  Lunch

1230  William O. Wesley, Deputy Chief; Information Assurance Research, National Security Agency, Briefing and discussion of, “NSA's Information Research Approach and FY17 Focus"; including Raj Paul, "The Internet of Things"; and Steve Danko,"Cyber Resiliency" (Confirmed)

1315  David J. Gauthier, Director of Strategy, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, “Building NGA’s Strategic Plan” (Confirmed)

1330  Future Strategy: How a Robust S&T Base Drives Innovation Across the IC and DoD – Panel
Moderator: David J. Gauthier, Director of Strategy, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, (Confirmed)
Todd E. Johanesen, Director, Office of Sciences and Methodologies, Analysis Directorate (Confirmed)
Steve Truitt, Project Lead for MITRE's Strategic Management Support to the National Geospatial -Intelligence Agency (Confirmed)
Mr. Randy Tebbing, Technical Director Force Modernization & Employment, National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) (Confirmed)
Dr. Chris Fall, Assistant Director for Defense Programs, the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President, the White House (Confirmed)

1445  Break

1515  Dan Bushey, Technical Collection and Special Programs, Office of the Director of Defense Intelligence, Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (Confirmed)

1545
  OPSINTEL: Operations, Intelligence and the Challenge of S&T – Panel
           Dan Bushey, Moderator
 Dr. Richard H. Wittstruck, Assoc. Director, Field Based Experimentation & Integration Unit, U.S. Army CERDEC, S&TC Directorate, Range 1, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ
          Gregory Hulcher, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force (SAF/AQ)

1700
  Adjourn - Hon. James B. Longley, ATIA Executive Director

1730  Annual Awards Reception and Dinner, Westfields Marriott Hotel,14750 Conference Ctr. Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151
Reception 5:30 – 7:00 PM followed by Dinner and Ceremony 7:00 - 9:00 PM
 

DAY THREE
TECHINT 2016
“Strategies for Maintaining Space Leadership”


DAY THREE: December 8, 2016  (At TS//SI/TK//NOFORN Level)

Introductions & Welcomes:
0730  Security Check In & Breakfast
0800  Administrative & Security Briefing 

Day Three Lead: 
Monica Chavez (TASC/Engility)

0805  ATIA Welcome: Ms. Barbara Sanderson, ATIA Chairman (Northrop Grumman)


Maintaining Critical Access to Space
0830  Alex Marsaw, Deputy, National Intelligence Officer for Space and Technical Intelligence, Office of Director of National Intelligence, “Mission Management Objectives” (Confirmed)

0915  Maj. Gen. Roger W. Teague, Director, Space Programs, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Acquisition, “Space Acquisition Strategy and Space Enterprise Vision” (Confirmed)

1015  Break

1030
  Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, Deputy Director of Intelligence, U.S. Strategic Command, Warfighter Challenges/Threats/Gaps and Space (Confirmed)

1130 Alex Marsaw, Deputy, National Intelligence Officer for Space and Technical Intelligence, Office of Director of National Intelligence “Space Mission Threat” (Confirmed)

1230  Lunch

1330  Jeffrey Gossel, Technical Director for Space and Missiles; Space, Missiles, and Forces Intelligence Group; National Air and Space Intelligence Center, “Space/Counter-Space Challenges” (Confirmed)

1430  Steven W. Clarke, Director, Heliophysics Division, Science Mission Directorate, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, "Space Solar Weather Initiative" (Confirmed)

1530
Adjourn -- Hon. James B. Longley, ATIA Executive Director

 

Contact Information

  • Mr. Jim Longley
    JBLongley@aol.com

Payment Instructions

  • Checks must be mailed to be received by COB on Friday December 2nd, 2016 to allow time for processing.  Online registration will close at noon on Monday, December 5, with on-site registration available from 7 AM Tuesday morning, December 6, through Thursday, December 8.

    Please make checks payable to:
    Adv. Technical Intelligence Assn.
    Post Office Box 1173
    Alexandria, VA 22313-1173

    Security Reminder:
    Please send your TS//SI/TK//NOFORN clearance
    verification as soon as possible per
    the "Security" tab, above.

    Questions?  JBLongley@aol.com