Federal Business Council
Communication. Coordination. Commonality. The DoD Components seek synergy for E3-related matters. How can they communicate better? Increase their coordination? And build on their common interests? Show them that your product or service is the best way to help them work together, efficiently.
Get in front of the 250+ engineers, scientists and spectrum managers expected at the 23rd annual DoD Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Program Review. Be front and center at the expo while DoD, Federal Government, Industry E3, Spectrum Management and related professionals collaborate to exchange information and discuss policy and regulations, acquisition trends, operational supportability, and emerging technology.
Sponsored by DISA's Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO) and building on 2019's successes, there will be a bevy of technical presentations, workshops, exhibitions, ad hoc meetings, working groups and formal training seminars pulling industry professionals from around the globe.
Make sure your company is highlighted during the 2-day vendor exhibition. There are more ways to build on your exposure at this event – contact your FBC representative today for details on the available sponsorship opportunities.
Exhibitors may participate in the sessions (in some cases, clearances may be necessary).
About DoD E3 PR:
The DoD E3 PR provides an information exchange forum for DoD, Federal Government, and Industry E3 engineering and spectrum management professionals to address E3 and spectrum policy, operational doctrine, EMC standardization, education, emerging technologies, test and evaluation, and other matters relevant to the success of DoD's mission.
DoD E3 PR refers to the impact of the electromagnetic environment upon the operational capability of military forces, equipment, systems and platforms. It encompasses all electromagnetic disciplines, including electromagnetic compatibility and electromagnetic interference; electromagnetic vulnerability; electromagnetic pulse; electronic protection, hazards of electromagnetic radiation to personnel, ordnance, and volatile materials; and natural phenomena effects of lightning and precipitation static.
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