February 20-22, 2018 | Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City | Arlington, VA
The annual Nuclear Deterrence Summit gathers U.S. and international leaders, experts, and industry executives in the field of nuclear deterrence to discuss management of the nuclear complex, the security of the stockpile, arms control negotiations, and strategic policy.
With the upcoming transition to new U.S. leadership and the growing debate over how to balance national defense needs with global disarmament efforts, all eyes remain on policy makers, industry officials, and stakeholders throughout the U.S. nuclear enterprise. The Summit will once again bring these leaders together for the most timely discussions on the United States’ role in arms control and nonproliferation, potential changes to U.S. nuclear posture under a new president, and the dynamic nature of this country’s relationship with international allies and adversaries.
You won’t want to miss this Nuclear Deterrence Summit under a new administration as decision makers set the stage for new U.S. nuclear policy.
Registration is open for both attendees and exhibitors for the 2017 Nuclear Deterrence Summit. For sponsorship inquiries, please contact David Brumbach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-354-1774.
“We are excited to come off a successful 2016 event where attendees felt that sessions were very thought-provoking, informative, and useful. We have expanded our partners to include Defense Daily, which will help us reach a new audience to continue to facilitate these important conversations at the Nuclear Deterrence Summit. We expect the 2017 sessions to be even more stimulating, especially given the current political climate,” says Kristy Keller, Director of Conferences & Events.
Registration is open for the 201 Nuclear Deterrence Summit, February 28-March 2, 2017 at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C.!
To participate as a speaker for the 2018 program, please contact Nancy Berlin, Program Manager, at 703-527-2764 or email@example.com.
2018 sponsorship opportunities are available! For a copy of the prospectus and to secure your sponsorship, contact David Brumbach at 301-354-1774 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
Gather information through conference sessions, such as the DOD/Pentagon’s deterrence outlook, modernization strategy, updates from the NNSA labs, Congressional initiatives and more!
Network with colleagues and government officials. 40% are senior management executives (VP-level and higher) and 42% are government or military executives.
Join leaders for the most timely discussions on the United States’ role in arms control and nonproliferation, potential changes to U.S. nuclear posture under a new president, and the dynamic nature of this country’s relationship with international allies and adversaries.
What Past Attendees are Saying
Featured in 2016
Hundreds of attendees gathered February 28-March 2 at the Capital Hilton for three days of networking, panel discussions, debates, and presentations.
Session topics included:
- Beyond U.S. – Russia Arms Control
- Policy Outlook
- Future of MOX
- A Perspective on Nuclear Posture, Nonproliferation, and Arms Control for the New Administration
- U.S.-Russia Debate: Continuing the Conversation
- Nuclear Terrorism, Nuclear Smuggling and Reducing Nuclear Dangers
- Triad Platform Modernization Priorities
- Future Challenges for NNSA
- And more!
Session coverage from ExchangeMonitor’s Nuclear Security & Deterrence Monitor and Weapons Complex Monitor included:
- Q&A: Former NNSA Chief Says U.S, Russia Can Still Cooperate
- Trump’s Arms Control Approach Still Unknown: Countryman
- Nuclear Arms Control Not Off the Table Under Trump: Experts
- NNSA CIO: Cybersecurity Program Strong, Improving
- MOX Contractor Draws NNSA Criticism, Small Award Fee in Stinging FY16 Evaluation
- DOE Contractors Wait for Policy Guidance as Trump Administration Slowly Forms
- NNSA Constrained by Cap on Federal Employees, Creedon Says
- NNSA Nevada Site Re-Bid Winding Down
- Klotz: NNSA Approves CD-4 for Pantex HEPF
- Brooks Receives ExchangeMonitor’s Johnny Foster Award
- No Margin Left in Columbia-Class Sub Development: Former Program Head
- All Eyes on Personnel to Shape Trump’s Nuclear Agenda: Day 50 of 100