From: Elana Lilienfeld
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Gain access to leading experts on open architecture
Date: Wed May 28 18:03:35 MDT 2014

Dear Colleague,

With government efforts to implement open architecture standards and policies across the Department of Defense and other agencies, having an in-depth understanding of open architecture (OA) is critical now more than ever before.

Expand your scope of knowledge of OA practices and business models at the 2014 Open Architecture Summit. Focusing on affordability, promoting effective competition, controlling costs through life cycles, incentivizing innovation and getting firm control of technical data and intellectual property, the 2014 Open Architecture Summit is sure to broaden your knowledge of the topic.

Join fellow defense industry executives, strategists, analysts, and decision-makers involved in business development, policy making, procurement and more to:

  • Gain knowledge of how the government is implementing open architecture systems and practices and how obstacles are being overcome.
  • Get an understanding of the implications and opportunities for industry and government.
  • Learn how government and industry are seeking to tackle difficult problems and find common ground-particularly on the contentious issue of data rights.
  • Hear from and network with some of the leading proponents of open architecture systems throughout government and industry.

I encourage you to register early to secure the early bird discount rate. If you prefer to register by phone, call 1-888-707-5814. We hope to see you in November!


Elana Lilienfeld
Marketing Associate, Defense Daily

P.S. Have you checked out the OA Forum? Discuss open architecture news, updates, initiatives and ideas with industry peers. Check out the most recent discussion, “Northrop Grumman, U.S. Army Demonstrate Priority Program to Pentagon Leaders"

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