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MICHELLE KLOUDA
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Anchorage Post Seminar & Briefing Event - DESIGN & ENGINEERING FOR A MORE SECURE WORLD
Start Date/Time:
Monday, August 26, 2019
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Monday, August 26, 2019
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Seminar & Briefing Event - "DESIGN & ENGINEERING FOR A MORE SECURE WORLD"

REGISTER ONLINE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/same-seminar-design-and-engineering-for-a-safer-world-dod-briefings-tickets-66519799511

Location: Alaska Pacific University, Atwood Center, Rasmussen Hall  https://www.alaskapacific.edu/venues/atwood-center-rasmuson-hall/ 

Current  Agenda*:

  • 7:30  –  Doors Open
  • 8:00  –  Pledge of Allegiance and Breakfast Keynote - Senator Dan Sullivan
  • 8:45  –  Break to check email / Preparation of the room for the panel (meet our student volunteers!)
  • 9:00  –  “Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design:  Current Initiatives in building a Safer and More Secure Community”. This in-depth panel presentation features various members from the building and environment design and owner/manager community. The panel will discuss and answer questions about their recent initiatives in building a safer and more secure community. Moderated by Tom Fenoseff, Director of Facilities at the Anchorage School District. Panel members include: Ashley Lally, ASD Security and Emergency Preparedness Director, Peter Briggs (Corvus Design), APD Officer Natasha Welch (APD CPTED)(tentative), Special Agent Steve Forrest (FBI)(tentative) and representatives from the MOA,and other members from the architectural design community. 
  • 10:00 – Networking Break – Refresh setup etc. (meet our student volunteers!) Walk to Carr Gottstein building room 226
  • 10:15 – Panel Discussion: “Active Shooter Readiness, Situational Awareness for Safety at a Moment’s Notice”. Panel members include representatives from JBER 611th Squadron/ UAA / APD / FBI. Confirmations in progress. 
  • 10:15 – BREAKOUT SESSION - PTAC – "Finding Government Contracting Opportunities / Cyber Security Awareness in Proposal Document Management. (Limited seating available! Register soon!)
  • 11:15 – Networking Break & Lunch Keynote -  Lt Gov. Mead Treadwell – Security in the Arctic/ Global warming (30 mins)
  • 12:15  BRIEFINGS:
  • 12:15 – Anti Terrorism & Force Protection presentation - USACE
  • 1:15 – Repairs on JBER related to the November 30 Earthquake - USAF
  • 2:15 – Networking Break – Refresh panel etc. Walk to Carr Gottstein building room 226
  • --- 2:30 - 2:50 – Cyber Security Topic 1 : “Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems – Best Practices in Protecting Automation Systems for Energy, Water, Pipelines, and Oil-Field Facilities”,  Presented by: Tony DeHaven, Automation Engineering Supervisor at Dowland-Bach Corporation in Anchorage, Alaska (Includes Special Breakout Session)
  • 3:00 - 3:30  – Cyber Security Topic 2 : Data Protection for Business and End User (Tentative)
  • ---- 2:30 – BREAKOUT SESSION – “Creation and Delivery of a Compelling Proposal for Government Work.” Panel discussion about writing proposals, teaming, pitfalls and successes delivering a well written document. Panel members include: Michelle R. Mandel, Chief, Military Branch, Directorate of Contracting, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District, Lydia Griffey, Principal, Transportation-US Northwest-Anchorage AK at Stantec. Contractor/Small Business partner TBD. (Limited seating available! Register soon!)
  • 3:30 – Upcoming Projects Briefing - USACE
  • 4:30 – End of the program, gathering with Pizza from Moose's Tooth

REGISTER TODAY! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/same-seminar-design-and-engineering-for-a-safer-world-dod-briefings-tickets-66519799511

* Current as of August 12, 2019. Due to the nature their occupation some presenters may not be available on the day of due to unforeseen circumstances. Agenda subject to change without notice. 

Volunteers welcome! Please contact Maria.Talasz@Stantec.com

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