The Supply Chain 2013 conference planned for October 22-24 at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) is cancelled due to the lapse in federal funding and the shutdown of the federal government.
The dates of the Supply Chain 2014 conference will be issued following the appropriation of federal funding enabling the resumption of full NASA operations.
Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator, is set to participate in the conference as the concluding speaker on October 23rd. Download the current agenda to see the outstanding topics and speakers lined up for Supply Chain 2013. Register now as space is limited! Please note that those signing up for the GSFC tour will be placed on a waiting list and informed if space becomes available. The seminar remains open, but is filling up.
Over 250 leaders and practitioners in multiple disciplines from across the space industrial base, universities, NASA and other agencies participated in the Supply Chain 2012 conference held last October. Praise from the participants included the following:
“Excellent diversity in presenters and topics.”
“This was a well organized and executed conference.”
“The presenters did an outstanding job.”
“Keep up the great work…One thing I really appreciate about this venue is the
variety from year to year.”
Registration for the conference, including the GSFC tour and the seminar, is now open. There is no conference fee, but all participants (including NASA employees) must register. Register now as space is limited, and spread the word!
Sign up for the seminar on Data/Root Cause Analysis and Corrective/Preventive Action when registering for the conference. Click here for more information.