New for 2019:
- New tracks focused on installation resilience and technology
- New projects and ideas shared through the new Partnership Laboratory
- Special track designed for installation commanders and staff
New for 2019:
With an evolving threat environment, assertive near-peer competitors and technology that is transforming the battlefield at light speed, our installations and defense infrastructure are in a battle to keep up. Staying ahead will require a greater level of collaboration among the military, communities and industry that leverages resources and know-how to uncover new approaches that can serve as national models. Innovation will provide the key to adapting to looming challenges and that begins with ADC’s Installation Innovation Forum 2019.
IIF is the only professional development forum designed to bring together installation leadership with their community counterparts and top industry experts to share ideas and learn about tangible ways to advance innovation at your base and community. Last year’s sold out event included senior leadership from over 100 military installations and 150 communities, states and regions. Registration is now open.
Reserve your seat today!
Are We Ready? The Future of Installation Resilience
In the last year, military installations have faced multiple natural and man-made disasters. Hear firsthand from the communities and bases impacted what recovery looks like and what lessons have been learned that can help shape installation resiliency in the future.
Installation Innovation Town Hall with the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Sustainment
Join Secretary McMahon for a unique opportunity to discuss the issues facing our installations and your ideas for how to drive innovation.
Installation Innovation Leadership Roundtable
A joint panel of senior leadership from the services’ installation management commands will discuss their current priorities and areas of focus, including a discussion of how communities and states can best support their goals.
ADC once again highlights the stories of innovation from around the country told by the people who have made it happen. These diverse projects provide ready-to-implement ideas for your community or installation.
Base of the Future Today
Top installation officials and thought leaders discuss their vision of the base of the future from a variety of perspectives.
From around the corner and the globe, we share great ideas that can help us create the next innovation:
This new training track is designed for installation leaders to provide a unique perspective on engaging with local and state partners, and supporting critical issues such as quality of life:
Dive into case studies of innovation from around the country in ADC’s Partnership Laboratory. Highlighted projects include:
Technology is driving innovation on our installations and beyond. Hear about some of the newest ideas for innovation in a special technology track.
Resiliency has become a major focus for DoD. This year IIF will feature a special track highlighting innovative solutions to improve the resiliency of our installations and communities.
Join ADC for these special offerings during IIF:
Hon. Robert McMahon
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Sustainment
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Installations and Facilities
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment
Lt. Gen. Bradley Becker
Commanding General, Installation Management Command
Lt. Gen. Gwen Bingham
Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management
Director, Installation Support Directorate, Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland
Director, Installation Management Command, Training Directorate, U.S. Army
Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Energy
Vice Adm. Mary Jackson
Commander, Navy Installations Command
Brig. Gen. John Kubinec
Commander, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, Robins Air Force Base
Brenda Lee McCullough
Director, Installation Management Command, Readiness, U.S. Army
Brig. Gen. Russell Ponder
Director of Logistics and Installations, National Guard Bureau NGB/A4, Air National Guard Readiness Center, Joint Base Andrews
Director, Installation Management Command, Sustainment Directorate, U.S. Army
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Innovation happens in Florida and IIF19 Miami will feature innovation from defense communities across the state. From every part of the state’s diverse defense portfolio, Florida is setting the gold standard on how to use collaboration to build a defense infrastructure ready for today and what comes next.
The ADC Installation Innovation Forum 2019 will be held at the Hyatt Regency Miami.
Any registrants eligible for a government per diem rate can book their room at the designated overflow hotel using this link. Contact Vincent Levin at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any issues. Please use your government/military email address.
Interested in playing a larger role in the Installation Innovation Forum? Become a sponsor!
Contact Matt Borron at: email@example.com and find the right partnership opportunity for your organization.