Federal Business Council
Leading up to 9/11, information sharing among federal agencies was weak, at best.
In efforts to address this serious and systematic flaw, a new group of technologies – called cross domain solutions – emerged to enhance the federal government’s ability to access and send information from one security-level network to another. From there, the Unified Cross Domain Services Management Office (UCDSMO) set out to help agencies work together to make better sense of all the shared information and data. UCDSMO's annual Cross Domain Technology Forum (CDTF) brings together international attendees to collaborate in real time, build partnerships, and advance technical knowledge of crucial cross domain technology. http://www.fbcinc.com/cdtf
CDTF is the only event of its kind in the US. It pulls together Intelligence Community from groups – that are very rarely, if ever, in the same room – to talk about the latest technical topics. CDTF presents a beneficial opportunity for companies to get in touch with a unique section of the information technology world, as it impacts every branch of the Intelligence Community.
This year will be the biggest CDTF to date. Across the 2-day forum, there will be nearly 500 attendees from all over the world focused on finding solutions for Intelligence Community offices and the personnel who support them. Exhibitors and sponsors can network with the top international thinkers from:
Exhibitors may attend the sessions with proper clearance. Due to venue size, space for exhibitors is extremely limited. Don’t miss out – sign up early!
Each Marketing Services Package includes the following:
There is no attendee list provided for this event due to agency requirements. Please collect attendee data at your exhibit table. Thank you.
Increase your exposure at the Cross Domain Technical Forum with one of these sponsorship opportunities. Download the sponsorship contract.
Visitors must present photo identification to the lobby receptionists, sign the visitor register, receive the appropriate badge, and remain under escort unless otherwise authorized by Visitor Control. Passports are required for foreign visitors, and resident aliens must present their Resident Alien Card (Green Card) for entry to the Laboratory. Questions regarding the status of a visitor’s access to the Laboratory should be directed to Visitor Control (Phone: 240-228-5661 or 443-778-5661; Fax: 240-228-6400 or 443-778-6400). Visitors attending a meeting should have their visit request faxed to Visitor Control or sent via SMO code 888984.
Before your visit, please review the Laboratory’s rules for bringing restricted and controlled items, such as electronic devices, on site. APL’s Controlled Items Policy is provided here: http://www.jhuapl.edu/privacy/controlled.asp.
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From the Baltimore Area:
1. Take I-95 South toward Washington, DC.
2. Take MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
3. Go 2.5 miles and take U.S. Route 29 South (toward Washington, DC).
4. Go 1.5 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
5. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road.
From Washington, DC, and the Capital Beltway (I-495):
1. Take I-95 North toward Baltimore.
2. Go 8 miles and take MD Route 216 West (toward Scaggsville).
3. Go 0.3 miles and take U.S. Route 29 North (first exit off of traffic circle).
4. Go 1.2 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
5. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road (third exit off of traffic circle).
Alternate Washington, DC/Capital Beltway Route:
1. From the Capital Beltway (I- 495), take I-95 North toward Baltimore.
2. Go 10 miles and take MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
1. From the Capital Beltway (I- 495), take U.S. Route 29 North (Colesville Road).
2. Go 10 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
3. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road (third exit off of traffic circle).
From Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall (BWI) Airport:
1. Take I-195 West out of the terminal.
2. Go 4.5 miles and take exit 4 to I-95 South toward Washington, DC.
3. Go 10 miles and take MD Route 32 West (toward Columbia).
4. Go 2.5 miles and take U.S. Route 29 South (toward Washington, DC).
5. Go 1.5 miles and take exit 15 for Johns Hopkins Road.
6. Exit onto Johns Hopkins Road.
From I-70 East:
1. Take exit 80 and merge onto MD Route 32 East.
2. Go 8.6 miles and take exit 17 for Cedar Lane toward Sanner Road.
3. Keep right at the fork and merge onto Cedar Lane.
4. Cedar Lane turns slightly left and becomes Sanner Road.
5. Go 1.2 miles (to second stoplight) and turn left onto Johns Hopkins Road.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Columbia (distance from APL: 6.0 miles)
8320 Benson Drive
Columbia, MD 21045
Courtyard by Marriott Columbia (distance from APL: 6.5 miles)
8910 Stanford Boulevard
Shipping:Packages can be shipped to arrive no earlier than the date of the event (4/15/19) to:CDTF ATTN: Christine Krider/Vendor Name & CompanyKossiakoff Center11100 Johns Hopkins RoadLaurel, MD 20723-6099
9800 Patuxent Woods Drive Suite H
Columbia, MD 21046
Phone: (301) 206-2940
Fax: (301) 206-2950
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