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Defense Logistics
Efficient Logistics For A 21st Century Defense Strategy

3 December, 2013 - 5 December, 2013, Alexandria, VA, United States

Since 2001, The Defense Logistics Mission Remains The Same: Supporting The Warfighter Through A Synchronized Joint-Force Supply Chain

Defense Logistics Is The Training Event You Can’t Afford To Miss

Defense Logistics 2013 Will Be Focused On:

  • Budget Impact on the Future of Defense Logistics
  • Equipping & Sustaining the Force in a Transitioning Budget Environment
  • Achieving Higher Efficiencies & Lower Costs
  • Maintenance, Sustainment & Obsolescence
  • Innovations in Supply Chain Technology
  • Readiness Analysis & Strategy
  • Big Data Management & Data Sharing
  • Logistics Operations and Support
  • Performance Based Logistics & Better Buying Power 2.0
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Asset Management/In-Transit Visibility Solutions
  • State of Knowledge Management in DoD

About Defense Logistics

Running since 2001, The Defense Logistics training event has become a set date on the calendars of 650+ logisticians and has proven to be an influential forum of great logistics minds in the U.S. There has never been a more urgent time for you to join your fellow logisticians across the services, agencies and in the private sector to ensure that our logistics capabilities are the best they can be. As a nation at war, we must continue to be efficient in logistics to maintain the effectiveness of our Force – to provide the right materials at the right time and in the right place.

“As far as budget cuts, the Coast Guard is seeing some of the same things, on a much smaller scale, than DoD. I think that makes it even more incumbent on us to be at an event like Defense Logistics to continue to develop those partnerships with our DoD sister services and with the Interagency, to really, truly understand what capabilities they can provide, and leverage that where possible to ensure that we’re not going to duplicate – none of us can afford to do that, particularly in the budget environment we are in.”
- Rear Admiral Gromlich, Director of Operational Logistics at the US Coast Guard

Who Should Attend:

Military Personnel involved with:

  • Logistics
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Materials Management
  • Operations
  • Contract Management
  • Procurement
  • IS and Technology
  • Generals, Commanders, Vice Commanders, Commandants, Deputy Commandants, Vice Admirals, Lieutenants, Lieutenant Generals and others regularly attend Defense Logistics.

Manufacturers of military equipment involved with:

  • Customer Support activities
  • Program Management
  • Logistics


Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22311
T: 1-703-845-1010

Defense Logistics has procured the special conference rate of $183 a night (plus tax) for attendees. To book at room at this rate, call the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center at 703-845-1010 or 1-800-HILTONS and identify yourself as a Defense Logistics attendee. Rooms are limited and are on a first come, first served basis, so make your reservation as soon as possible. This rate expires November 11, 2013. If you have missed the cut off, please inquire with the hotel as rooms may still be available.

The agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.

2013 Speakers Include

  • Lieutenant General Christopher C. Bogdan, Program Executive Officer, F-35 Lightning II Joint Program Office
  • Vice Admiral Mark D. Harnitchek, Director, Defense Logistics Agency
  • The Honorable Elizabeth McGrath, Deputy Chief Management Officer, Department of Defense
  • Major General John J. Broadmeadow, Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command
  • Major General Wendy M. Masiello, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Contracting, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition
  • Rear Admiral Thomas W. Jones, Director of Operational Logistics, U.S. Coast Guard
  • Mark E. Krzysko, Deputy Director, Enterprise Information, Office of the Under Secretary, Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (OUSD(AT&L))
  • Gary J. Motsek, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Program Support), Department of Defense
  • Scott Reynolds, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Logistics, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Logistics
  • Donald C. Stanton, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Transportation Policy, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Transportation Policy
  • Don Tison, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8, U.S. Army


Event details

3 December, 2013
5 December, 2013
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
United States


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