2021 JADO Forum

VA

U.S. warfighters continue to leverage Joint All Domain Operations (JADO) to help manage the information overload of the battlefield. By uniting defense systems and data sources with simplicity, JADO provides a complete picture of the battlespace across all domains enabling warfighters to quickly make decisions that drive action to achieve an operational and information advantage in both competition and conflict.As battlefield competition continues to rise, and government and industry partners leverage emerging technologies, JADO will provide converged integrated effects across multiple domains to present an adversary with dilemmas at a tempo that complicates or negates their response.During the 2021 JADO Forum, experts from across the private and public sectors will join together to discuss new initiatives, priorities and challenges of this acceleration, as well as discuss how the defense sector can remain adaptive and resilient to defeat adversaries.

Annual State of Healthcare

VA

Please join the Northern Virginia Chamber on April 15 as we present our Annual State of Healthcare in the Region! Top officials from the region's largest and most influential health care companies will discuss equity in health care delivery, an issue that has taken on a renewed critical importance during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will also talk about the state of vaccine delivery in Virginia, value-based care, and more.

Free – $49

New Directions in Federal Spending & Contracting

VA

How government and business are approaching an evolving procurement environment

New Priorities in Federal Spending, the first in a three-part Webinar Series, will focus on the customer service environment for government and business.

While government and business share the same mission — to make government contracting more efficient and effective in serving the public good — how will both sides of the industry react and implement change to meet the new spending priorities?

Ross Wilkers will moderate a discussion with Dave Zvenyach and Mike Sanders that begins with a common question for each, What does this mean for me?

Is the nature of the approach to drive innovation in leadership, infrastructure, resources, processes, and culture really different for government and business? Or are there commonalities that can best inform one another?