Forensic Science has long been an essential component of our local, state and federal efforts to deter crime nation-wide. Similarly, our armed forces have also leveraged forensic science capabilities to great success in Iraq and Afghanistan, linking terrorists and criminals to IEDs and other explosive threats. As we cut back our military efforts in the Middle East , the Department of Defense has established the Defense Forensics Enterprise, in order to expand the scope of our defense forensic capacities and synchronize efforts among federal agencies and armed forces.
Forensic Enabled Intelligence 2013 will take place just as the Defense Forensics Enterprise takes shape and procurement procedures shift from ad-hoc funding to budgeted expenses. FEI 2013 is a unique opportunity to gain first hand perspectives from those directly responsible for the direction of our future forensic efforts.
Speakers from the Office of the Provost Marshal General of the Army, the Naval Criminal Investigation Service, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and the Department of Defense will give their views on where forensics is headed – challenges, strategies, roadmaps and more. Additionally, sessions from the FBI, JIEDDO, Department of Justice and others will address lessons learned, the latest forensic technologies and employment techniques, strategies for intelligence sharing and much more.
We are also excited to include a full focus day on Digital Forensics! It has long been the case that threats to our national security are not only physical in nature but virtual as well. Our digital forensics focus day will address the state-of-science in digital forensic technologies, the latest digital threats, forensics for mobile devices and more.
U.S. national defense forensic capabilities are in a state of transition and FEI 2013 will set the stage for decision-makers to express requirements and listen to industry solution providers. Come join us and establish yourself as a key player in this burgeoning field!
Who Will Attend Forensic Enabled Intelligence
Our Forensic Enabled Intelligence Summit is a forum on the latest defense forensic technology, programs, and research. You will have the opportunity to interact with the individuals responsible for the defense and homeland security communities’ forensic requirements. Attendees will include Program Managers, Forensic Scientists, Federal Agency Directors, Special Agents with the following responsibilities:
- Director of Intelligence
- Director Intelligence Capabilities
- Future Joint Strategy
- Intelligence Capabilities
- Battlefield Forensics
- Technological Advancement
- Criminal Investigations
- Chief Technology Officer
- Chief Information Officer
Venue & Accommodation
625 First Street , Alexandria, Virginia
22314 , United States
Stay at Holiday Inn & Suites Alexandria - Historic District and experience more. Get lost among the celebrated homes of Old Town. Dazzle your senses with the sights and sounds of the Nation's Capital. Then relax at our hotel with extensive services and amenities to alleviate your travel stress and help you make the most of your trip. Take advantage of our convenient Alexandria location close to Washington, DC. Enjoy free shuttle service from Ronald Reagan National Airport and King Street to our hotel. Stretch your budget with free breakfast, free parking, free internet access and an on-site 24-hour business center. Dine on-site at two delicious restaurants, Bistro On First or Café Monaco.
Group Rates: $169 plus 11.5% plus $1 per night
Please identify you are part of the IDGA group to ensure the special rate. Rate is available three days pre- and post-event, based on availability. Please make your reservation before April 1, 2013 in order to ensure you are eligible for the group rate, based on availability.
Reservations Telephone: 877-504-0047The agenda is available as PDF under downloads.
- Mr. John Manson, Forensics Branch Chief, Office of the Provost Marshal General of the Army
- Mr. John Boyd, Director for Defense Forensics and Biometrics, Department of Defense
- Mr. Christopher Munn, Chief for Identity Intelligence, Department of Defense
- Mr. Steven Martinez, Executive Assistant Director for Science and Technology, Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Mr. Richard Vorder Bruegge, Senior Forensic Scientist, Video, Audio and Image Analysis Unit, Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Col Humberto Morales, Vice Commander, Air Force Office of Special Investigations
- Dr. Max Houck, Director, DC Consolidated Forensic Laboratories
- Ms. Lesley Rockwell, President, Forensic and Intelligence Services LLC
- Mr. Kevin Lothridge, CEO, National Forensic Science Technology Center
- Mr. Edwin Bundy, Program Manager, Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office
- Mr. Gerald LaPorte, Forensic Policy Program Manager, National Institute of Justice
- Ms. Elizabeth Toomer, Special Agent, Naval Criminal Investigative Service
- Mr. Frank Larkin, Vice Director, JIEDDO
- Mr. Paul de Souza, Director, Cyber Security Forum Initiative
- Mr. William Ford, Director, Information and Sensors Technology, National Institute of Justice
- Dr. Alan Sherman, Professor, Computer Science, University of Maryland
- Mr. Josiah Dykstra, Researcher, Department of Defense
- Ms. Debra Durham, Director of Acquisitions, Science and Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
- Dr. Jeff Salyards, Program Manager for Science and Technology, USACIL
- Mr. Thirimachos Bourlai, Founder and Director, Multispectral Imagery Lab, West Virginia University
- Mr. Greg Czarnopys, Deputy Assistant Director, Forensic Services, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
- Mr. Greg Ridgeway, Deputy Director, National Institute of Justice
- Mr. Richard Guidorizzi, Program Manager, Active Authentication, DARPA