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DoD, Federal Agency MRO Discussion, SE Aerospace Supply and Services Summit (Aug 15-16, Winston-Salem)

The Offices of United States Senator Richard Burr and United States Senator Thom Tillis and the North Carolina Military Business Center are pleased to announce the 2018 Southeast Region Aerospace Supply and Services Summit on August 15-16 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 
WHEN. August 15-16, 2018
WHERE. Benton Convention Center, 301 West 5th Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
PROGRAM. The Southeast Region Aerospace Supply and Services Summit is a business development and teaming event focused on highlighting aerospace challenges and demands, presenting opportunities and showcasing regional capabilities to provide solutions to the challenges and demands. The NCMBC goal is to facilitate the connections that will optimize the success of aerospace programs, businesses and organizations. The intent is to develop and grow strong relationships among military, industry, government, commercial, public-private partnerships and other aerospace-related organizations to fuel vibrant aerospace industry growth in the southeast region.
The theme of the Summit is “becoming an approved (and preferred) provider” to DoD, government, commercial and private aerospace organizations and companies. The Summit will showcase companies within the southeast region engaged in manufacturing, logistics, research and development and other aerospace-related activities and will connect suppliers and service providers with national aerospace primes, first-tier subs and both military and civilian aerospace customers. The Summit program is functionally organized and will feature sessions focused on supplying and providing services to the aerospace industry.
Department of Defense and Federal Agency: Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO). This panel session will cover current Department of Defense and federal government maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operations, trends, future requirements, contractor engagement, workforce issues and small business utilization. The session will focus on ongoing challenges and capability gaps, current and future opportunities for potential service providers, and the proper processes for consideration to be approved/preferred service providers. The panel will also include the perspective of major contractors supporting these DoD and federal government MRO activities including their operations, challenges and use of subcontractors. The panelists may also address any lessons learned, anticipated requirements and potential strategies to increase the utilization and engagement of additional businesses for continuous process improvement in their organizations’ capabilities to meet their current and future requirements.
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