Partnering for Space Power in 2021 and Beyond



This virtual event explores some of the decadal – if not generational – questions facing the Nation’s space enterprise.  Years of planning and preparation culminated in the creation of the US Space Force in December 2019; however, much work remains to achieve the vision articulated in the 2020 Defense Space Strategy. 


As the US Space Force matures its strategy, operational concepts, and acquisition plans -- with a new administration and significant pending budget decisions as context -- the day will focus on four areas that underpin future US space advances in support of the strategy:  a view of the threat environment; perspectives from current space leaders in government and industry; the future use of commercial services and capabilities to augment, offset, or replace government-owned and-operated space capabilities; and, the state of space-related acquisition reform.

Relevant Government Agencies

Intelligence Agencies, DOD & Military, NASA, Other Federal Agencies, Space Force

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Event Type
Virtual


When
Tue, Apr 13, 2021, 9:00am - 4:00pm


Cost

Active Government/Military:  $0.00
Student:  $15.00
Industry/Contractor/Other Member:  $100.00
Industry/Contractor/Other Non-Member:  $175.00


Where
Virtual Event


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Organizer
AFCEA International


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