Event Date/Time: Aug 09, 2005 End Date/Time: Aug 11, 2005
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Sea Enterprise 2005
Maximum Efficiency for the Navy in the 21st Century

9-11 August 2005, Washington, D.C.

As Sea Power 21 comes to fruition, the United States Navy is slowly witnessing the tenets of ForceNet come together. However, while the Navy develops it transformation initiative it is also imperative for the department to streamline its infrastructure for greater efficiency. This efficiency effort will come about by a proposed Sea Enterprise initiative that looks to modernize the DoN organizationally and looks to reform the Navy for greater effectiveness.

The Sea Enterprise 2005 conference will focus on the Navy’s efforts to streamline organizational alignment, requirements and its recapitalization plans for the 21st Century. The conference will look to highlight a number of key initiatives which include maintenance and modernization, reducing organizational and capital overlap, and most importantly balancing Naval priorities, all in an effort to act as an enabler for ForceNet.

For more information on Sea Enterprise 2005
call (703) 739-5620 or email info@iidefense.org

Sample of the Topics Discussed at Sea Enterprise 2005:

Man-Power Readiness & Restructuring the Force
Joint Interoperability: Are we there yet?
Affordability: Is it Feasible?
Disconnect From Dynamic in the Theater
Sea Enterprise Role in Driving ForceNet
Conceptualizing a Future Fleet Force Structure
Maximizing In Service Equipment Use
Joint Concepts, Emerging Technologies and Organization
Strategic Policy and Funding Acquisition Programs
Overcoming Obstacles & Maximizing Legacy System
Defense Industrial Policy: Matching Expectations with Capabilities
Mapping DoN Priorities for the Future War fighter
Hear from those having an Immediate Impact on Naval Change, Including:

Admiral Robert F. Willard, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, US Navy
Ms. Suzanne D. Patrick, Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Industrial Policy, OUSD
Ms. Allison Stiller, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Ship Programs)
Vice Admiral Lewis W. Crenshaw Jr., Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Resources, Requirements, and Assessments (N8)
Rear Admiral Christopher E. Weaver, Commander, Naval Installations Command, US Navy
Rear Admiral Charles S. Hamilton, Program Executive Officer for Ships (PEO Ships)
Dr. Philip A. Dur, President, Northrop Grumman Ship Systems
Dr. Eric J. Labs, Principal Analyst, National Security, Congressional Budget Office
Mr. Shay D. Assad, Assistant Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics (Contracts), USMC
Mr. Robert. J. Carey, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Policy and Integration, US Navy
Mr. Paul Brinkley, Special Assistant to Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics for Business Transformation, OUSD (AT&L)

For more information on Sea Enterprise 2005
call (703) 739-5620 or email info@iidefense.org

Who Should Attend

Government Attendee Profile:

Senior Military Officials O6-O10
Civilian Executives and Academics
Fleet Readiness
Acquisition, Technology & Logistics
Directors of Technology
Advance Concepts Analysts
Program Analysis & Evaluation
Training Directorates
C4 Analysts
Industry Attendee Profile:

VPs, Directors and Program Managers

Plans, Policy, and Operations
Transformation Specialists
Business Development

For more information on Sea Enterprise 2005
call (703) 739-5620 or email info@iidefense.org

Event Pricing and Packages
Two Day Conference Plus Full Day Workshops $1499
Two Day Conference Only $999
Additional Packages and Discounts are available. Please contact info@iidefense.org for details.