Held Sept. 4-5, the Intelligence & National Security Summit promises a unclassified, public dialogue between the federal government and its partners in the private sector and academia.
The event will convene senior leaders from the intelligence and national security communities to discuss top priorities, challenges and assessments of key threats in plenary sessions. Breakout sessions will examine issues of vital importance to the U.S. national wellbeing and the readiness of the intelligence and national security workforce.
Hosted by AFCEA International and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, the summit will be held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center at National Harbor, Maryland.
For the first time, the summit will include a third day of sessions conducted at the Top-Secret/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information level Sept. 12 in Springfield, Virginia. Only registrants who can provide proof of an active TS-SCI clearance may attend. There is no single-day registration option available.
Click here to register for the event.