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DATA SCIENCE FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER SERIES

Date: September 17, 2019
University of Virginia Darden School of Business Sands Family Grounds
1100 Wilson Boulevard, 30th Floor
Arlington, VA 22209

Katharine Abraham, Director of the Maryland Center for Economics and Policy, and a professor of Survey Methodology and Economics at the University of Maryland, joins the Data Science for the Public Good Distinguished Speaker Series in September. Dr. Abraham was Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics from 1993–2001 and a member of the Council of Economic Advisers from 2011–2013.

Additional information can be found online by clicking here.




Bringing it All Together: Putting an Integrated Security Plan in Place for your Event

Date: September 26-27, 2019
Virginia Tech Executive Briefing Center
900 N Glebe Rd, 2nd floor
Arlington, VA 22203


Utilizing cutting-edge technology and gaming tactics, this capstone course will lead participants through an interactive simulation of an event situation. Capitalizing on Virginia Tech's Integrate Security Education and Research Center, participants will work with cybersecurity, analytics and technology experts to plan, execute and evaluate a simulated integrated security event as it happens. The capstone will focus on the role of each team member in minimizing risk, protecting client safety and ensuring the security of event goers as well as mitigating liability to the event professional and their business.

Learn more and register here.


THE ASYMMETRIC THREAT SYMPOSIUM SERIES

Date: October 7, 2019
Location: George Mason University, Arlington Campus
3351 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22102

CACI International Inc, The Center for Security Policy, and the Institute for the Study of War are pleased to announce our upcoming symposium: Asymmetric Threats in an Era of Great Power Competition.

The twelfth symposium in the Asymmetric Threat Symposia series addresses challenges America must meet, and vulnerabilities America must fix. Global threats to the United States and its allies have expanded in prevalence, complexity, sophistication, deniability, speed, and often in lethality. Many of these threats are directly aimed at America’s citizenry and institutions and not just the Government and the military forces that defend the nation. For example, we are arguably in a cyber war that is aimed at the whole of our society. And it will be a long war.

China and Russia focus on exploiting America’s vulnerabilities to tip the strategic advantage in their favor. It is not just the great power competitors pressing for advantage and exploiting potential vulnerabilities. It is also terrorist groups and nations such as Iran and North Korea that are engaged in weakening America and our allies.

This non-partisan, not-for-profit event is the twelfth symposium in our thought leadership series furthering the evolving national security discourse put forth by government, industry, and the private sector. Please join us for what promises to be an enlightening, candid, and relevant discussion.

Additional information can be found online by clicking here.




Vietnam - U.S Business Opportunities in Manufacturing Technologies

October 7, 2019
Location: 8609 Westwood Center Dr.
Suite 110
Tysons, VA 22182

FREE PARTICIPATION - PARKING AVAILABLE

Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam and Vietnam Association for Supporting Industries cordially invite you to attend "Vietnam - U.S. Mutual Outreach for Business Opportunities in Manufacturing Technologies"

WHY VIETNAM?

  • Strategically located in the heart of Asia, proximity to global supply chains.
  • Fast and stable growing economy.
  • Supporting government committed to continuing economic reform to create a fair and attractive business envionment.
  • Large domestic market with 95 million consumers and emerging middle income class.
  • Free trade access to ASEAN, Japan, China, Korea, Russia, EU, CPTPP members markets.
  • Young digitally-savvy and growing workforce, 40% is under 25 years of age.
  • Cost competitive production base.

WHAT YOU CAN GET?

  • Opportunity to network directly with your potential sale agents, vendors, investment partners in Vietnam, who are specialized in manufacturing technologies.
  • Updates of the latest development of Vietnam's economy, government policies and incentives for foreign enterprises, particularly in manufacturing sectors.
  • Opportunities to promote your businesses, products, services to potential Vietnamese customers.

AGENDA

09:30: Registration
10:00: Remarks - Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam
10:10: Remarks - Fairfax County Economic Development Authority.
10:20: Remarks - Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)
10:30: Remarks - President of VASI
10:40: Introduction of VASI and participating companies
11:00: Introduction of US businesses
11:15: Business outreaching
12:00: Closing

PARTICIPANTS:

Vietnam: Mr. Nguyen Hong Duong, Deputy Director General of America-Europe Markets Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam, Mr. Le Duong Quang, President of VASI and representatives from 20 manufacturing technologies co mpanies. For business profiles, please visit this link.

US: Mr. Jan Mul, Fairfax Economic Development Authority. Mr. Edward Christopher, The Association for Manufacturing Technology and business representatives.

Click here to download the event flyer. (PDF)

Registration/Contact:
Vietnam Trade Office, 1730 M Street, N.W., # 501, Washington D.C., 20036
Tel: (202) 463-9425, 463-9426, 463-9428, 463-9419; Fax: (202) 463-9439
Registration e-mail: vinatrade@vntousa.org / longnt@vntousa.org