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"A Deep Look within the Intelligence Community (IC)". During the National Military Intelligence Association (NMIA) 2014 National Intelligence Symposium (NIS 14') we will explore the current state of the Intelligence Community in terms of current realities. We will place particular emphasis on how the "Big 5" and Service "2's" will address meeting dynamic demands on intelligence in face of our country's fiscal challenges. We will examine what is being planned within each agency; budget, organization, new programs and programs that are ending, future IC contractor workforce, current government workforce issues and initiative, improvements to acquisition and near term major projects. We will also explore the impact of the new model of intelligence; new global imperatives, resources vs. requirements, lessons learned from a decade of war, integration and information sharing, changes in analysis, training and development, insider threats and the Snowden fallout and reforms, and changes can we expect going forward. Additionally, there will be discussions on initiatives such as the IC ITE which is a manifestation of the reality of IC cooperation by taking advantage of the huge potential for savings in Information Technology integration; specifically in Cloud Computing. At NIS 2014 the speakers from the national intelligence agencies and the military intelligence services will provide an update on the current state of the intelligence community and an outlook on what to expect for the future.

0800 – 0900  Mr. Michael Higgins
   Director for Defense Intelligence (Intelligence and Security)
0900 – 1000  LTG Michael Flynn (Invited)
Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
1015 – 1115  General Keith B. Alexander
Director National Security Agency
1115 – 1215  Mr. John Brennan (Invited)
Director Central Intelligence Agency
1330 – 1430    Mr. John Cohen (Invited) 
Principal Deputy Undersecretary for Intelligence and Analysis, DHS 
1430 – 1530    Mr. Kevin P. Meiners
Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Acquisition, Technology and Facilities, ODNI
1545 – 1630  Letitia A. Long, Director
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
1630 - 1715  Mr. Damon Wells
Director of Policy and Strategy, National Reconnaissance Office
0800 – 0900 Brigadier General Linda Urrutia-Varhall, USAF
Deputy A2
0915 – 1015 Mr. John S. Pistole
TSA Administrator
1015 – 1115    Rear Admiral Brett C. Heimbigner, USN
Deputy Director of the National Clandestine Service for Community HUMINT, CIA
1300 – 1355    Ms. Jennifer Edgin
Chief Technology Officer. Headquarters, Marine Corps.
1400 – 1455    Rear Admiral Christopher J. Tomney
Assistant Commandant for Intelligence and Special Investigations, USCG
1515 – 1600   Ms. Annette Redmond
Director, Army Intelligence Community Information Management for the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, G-2  and
1600 – 1645 Mr. Terry L. Mitchell
    Director, Intelligence Futures, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence G-2

2014 Spring NIS

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Individual Registration PDF (14.68 KB) Administration 2/26/2014
EXHIBITOR FORM_2014 Spring PDF (16.29 KB) Administration 2/26/2014
Sponsor FORM_2014 Spring PDF (18.18 KB) Administration 2/26/2014
Attendee Information/Directions/Hotels PDF (120.39 KB) Administration 3/4/2014
NIS Agendas Past PDF (38.86 KB) Administration 2/26/2014
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