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Why You Should Attend

Every year IsI organizes a Security Awareness Conference for our clients in the Fall. Our Conference focuses on small businesses that we support, which consist mostly of company sized between 2 and 500 employees.

Our goal at this Security Conference is to provide guidance, assistance, and support that will help create an environment that facilitates small businesses to contribute innovation and efficiency to support the mission of DSS/DCSA. The objective is to educate about existing and approaching principles, concepts, and facts that will assist attendees to develop strategies to implement within their Company.

The area’s we feel are imminent include transferring the responsibility for Background Investigations (NBIB) to DSS/DCSA, developing a Tailored Security Plan (TSP), the Asset Threat Matrix, NIST 800-171, Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC),Facility Clearance Branch (FCB) processes, and the main hold points in the process that add time of processing of Personnel Clearances (PCL) for Key Management Personnel (KMP) and mitigations for businesses with Foreign Ownership or Controlling Interest (FOCI).

One of the greatest advantages to the Government with our Conference is that we consolidate all our Clients to a single location for a briefing rather than draining resources by having individual briefings at each company location.

Highly respected security experts from Industry and Government will present comprehensive security awareness information that you will be able to take with you and implement at your facility.

Vetting Risk Operations Center (VROC) Knowledge Center

The Vetting Risk Operations Center (VROC) will be offering on-site services by the Common Personnel Clearance (PCL) Knowledge Center to the attendees that have any questions/comments/concerns regarding their personnel security status (Adjudication, RRU, Investigation etc.).

Please be sure to bring the appropriate information for their access (Facility Name, CAGE Code, Social Security Number (SSN).

Facility Clearance and Policy

Adriane D. Johns, Chief, Facility Clearance Branch (FCB), DCSA will focus on the changes that have or will affect our Client’s/Attendee's.

Gus Greene, Director, Industrial Security Field Operations, DCSA has set the stage on the new DCSA methodologies and collaboratively developed countermeasures to include your Tailored Security Program (TSP).

Information Technology

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Releases and Updates for Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) in Nonfederal Systems and Organizations.

New contractor cybersecurity standards known as the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) that are scheduled to be implemented by January 2020.

Personnel Security

The Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility (DoD CAF) is the sole authority to determine security clearance eligibility of personnel occupying sensitive positions and/or requiring access to classified material.

The Vetting Risk Operations Center (VROC) directly contributes and collaborates with DoD CAF to streamline adjudicative functions and consolidate analytical and administrative activities.

It is our vision to inform, entertain, and provide a networking forum for our clients and we hope that you can attend! Register Now!

Schedule and Registration

Event Registration Starts at 7:00 AM


Conference Date

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Conference Location

Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner Center
7901 Tysons One Place
Tysons Corner, VA 22102

Conference Hours

Registration 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Conference 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Who Should Attend

  • Facility Security Officers (FSO)
  • Chief Executive Officers (CEO)
  • Presidents
  • Chief Operating Officers (COO)
  • Security Managers/Professionals
  • Assistant FSO’s

Registration Fees

Early Bird $225 (before August 1st)
Networking and Social Event $50

Regular Registration $275 (after August 1st)
Networking and Social Event $75

Gold Sponsor - $750
Platinum Sponsor - $1,250
Vendor Exhibition - $1,500

Opening Remarks


Jeanne Allen Travis

Jeanne Allen Travis started out her early teenage years taking the work ethic that she learned from her parents and jumped into her first job cleaning her church for extra money. The extra money earned was an incentive to pursue the ever so popular Jordache jeans and name brand shoes that she desired. It was during this time, that she realized that you must work for the things that you want in life, and it also started the formation of the young adult.

Directly after High school, Jeanne attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) to obtain a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics with minors in Education and Psychology. Her friends and family identified her with a “Type A” personality having a strong understanding of figures and problem analysis, this Degree choice was a no brainer.

After VA Tech, Jeanne started her career as a teacher focusing on her interest in serving the community, with her first job at her alma matter, Herndon High School, as a Mathematics Teacher, Basketball and Track Coach. The idea, and love of instructing, was following in her Mother’s footsteps and passion to teach children.

In the late 1990’s, Jeanne found that her curiosity in business was overwhelming, and located in Accounts Receivable for a small Company. She quickly moved to the position of Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer.

This is where her talent with computers was discovered. Once the Y2K initiative was thriving, Jeanne found an advantage in Information Technology within the Government. She became a Contractor for the Office of Contact and Procurement for the District of Columbia implementing Y2K compliant hardware and software.

Jeanne continued to show significant aptitude in a wide variety of the Information Technology arena, ranging capacities of database development & administration, server administration, and software development & implementation.

In 2005, Jeanne was presented with an opportunity to work on a contract for the U.S. Army in Mannheim, Germany where she supported the 5th Signal Command in multiple roles as an Oracle Database Administrator, Solaris Administrator, Remedy Developer, and Administrator over the span of three (3) years. During her time overseas, Jeanne was able to observe the diversity of the Intelligence Community in a foreign country, and witness the great Military structure, while helping to support our Country.

After devoting three (3) years overseas, she decided to move her household back to the United States to raise her two (2) young daughters and be closer to family. She was able to stay with the same Company and support a contract for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). Shortly thereafter, DISA moved to Fort Meade, Maryland which potentially could cause a great delay in getting back to her family in a timely manner.

Jeanne has always tried to find opportunities to optimize efficiencies. She had heard that her Company was in the process of implementing a system of interconnected computer networks used by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of State to transmit classified information, called a Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) at the Company’s office. This would allocate an increase in time to the Government contract, and decrease idle time from travel, on-site entry and departure time, therefore, eliminating wasted tax dollars.

Jeanne had already befriended the Company’s Facility Security Officer (FSO), Paul J. Cella. She requested to help with the project. The friendship and knowledgebase began to evolve. This launched Jeanne into working with the Defense Security Service (DSS) in Industrial Security, and Information Systems.

In 2010, a need was identified for specialized subject matter expertise in the field of Industrial Security. Bringing together her years of IT experience and vision for the ever-changing needs of companies working with the Federal Government, Industrial Security Integrators LLC was founded with a cross-functional team of security, infrastructure, and technical experts.

While possessing full, daytime work, Jeanne and Paul took the initiative to support a handful of Clients from the beginning of the FCL process that is required to work on Classified Government Programs. The venture started out in Paul’s basement and soon witnessed both its pioneers completely dedicate themselves to growing Industrial Security Integrators into the company it is today. The duo addressed vulnerabilities in the Industry and the company instantly, perfecting it along the way.

From its humble beginnings, IsI has grown to manage all the security needs of its clients while providing confidence that they will be in full compliance and at a reasonable cost. It is also one of the few companies in existence to be approved by the Federal Government to support all Cleared Defense Contractors across the globe. Continuous market research, regulation analysis, and Government trends tracking are all perfected by Jeanne, and the IsI Executive Management Team.

Jeanne was appointed President of IsI in January 2012 after serving as the firm’s Chief Technology Officer. Jeanne provides leadership, vision, and expertise in the areas of corporate strategy, client relations, and technology integration. She believes that the single most important thing for an employer to do, is to listen to the employees. Jeanne has said “If the employee feels that their voice is heard, generally speaking, they will give the world, each employee is a valued piece of the puzzle.”

In the 6 years since appointment as President, and second year incorporated, the Company has experienced a revenue growth of over 1000%, and a staffing growth of over 1650%. These figures are astounding in today’s aggressive market. With Jeanne leading the benefit, human resource, and corporate operations initiative, the Company has been awarded many accolades and awards, even including the Best Places to Work in Virginia.

The field of security is ever changing. As a contribution to the global platform, Jeanne has advised and consulted in the developed new proprietary security software “Security Control” or “Sec-Con” in a partnership with an outside technology company. Security Control is a medium that encompasses many different programs and duties to ensure complete compliance for their clients. Her Information Technology expertise combined with her peer’s vast security knowledge has formed a user friendly, advanced product. As of now, the Company is using Sec-Con in-house. For its future plans, a debut of private sales of the software is set for later this year. As for a couple of years from now, Jeanne is determined to help grow to 45 full-time employees and 12 million dollars/year in revenue.

Facility Clearance Branch (FCB)

Adriane D. Johns
Chief, Facility Clearance Branch, Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency

Adriane Johns is Chief of the Facility Clearance Branch at the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency, appointed in June 2017. In this capacity, Adriane manages a team of 15 security and staff specialists assigned to oversee the facility clearance process for the Department of Defense. Prior to this, she worked as a Senior Quality Assurance Specialist in the Industrial Security Field Operations Directorate where she managed multiple programs and projects; and as an Industrial Security Representative in the Phoenix, Arizona Field Office. Adriane has a diverse background in security management.

Her career in the security arena began as a contract Field Background Investigator for the US Office of Personnel Management. In this capacity, Adriane conducted all field work for personnel requiring a security clearance. Adriane also worked as a contract Adjudicator where she adjudicated personnel security clearances for the Department of Navy and Air Force. In this capacity, she made recommendations to grant or deny access to classified information.

Adriane has also worked in industry as a Senior Security Officer in the Security Directorate at the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and a Senior Corporate Security Officer at BAE IT Systems in Reston, Virginia. While at BAE, Adriane was responsible for corporate security training across the continental US. She was also responsible for managing personnel security clearances for BAE personnel assigned to government contracts in the National Capital Region area.

Education: B.A., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN M.S., Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility (DoD CAF)


Mr. Brian Barnes
Division Lead
Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility

Mr. Brian Barnes has been a Division Lead since June 2017 within the Industry Division, DoD CAF. He also previously served as an Adjudicative Technical Lead and is a SME for the Adjudications division. Mr. Barnes has served in a senior leadership capacity providing support relating to all adjudicative processes including adjudications, due process, continuous evaluation and reciprocity actions related to Industry and the NISP program. Mr. Barnes has represented the Industry Division as a primary liaison with the VROC, as well as a primary POC for inter-agency support with the Industry division. Prior to joining the Industry division, Mr. Barnes served as a senior adjudicator within the previous Army Central Clearance Facility (Army CCF) prior to consolidation supporting all aspects of the adjudicative process supporting the U.S. Army since 2010.

Prior to working at the DoD CAF, Mr. Barnes has adjudicative experience with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in their Personnel and Contract support division as well as a Research Analyst with the FBI Name Check Program. He has past experience as an Investigator conducting national security investigations for OPM from 2001 until 2006 as well as a previous law enforcement background with the U.S. Capitol Police and Treasury Department.

IsI Security Operations


Paul J. Cella
IsI Enterprises

Paul J. Cella is an innovative security professional with more than 15 years of applied security experience. He has numerous military and DSS certifications and classes which provide him with a unique level of expertise and connection with the standards and changing environment for both governmental and private security.

At the outset of his career, Paul was an Intelligence Officer and Security Chief with the United States Marine Corps. In this role, he was both a manager for facility security and personnel supervisor, managing the highest levels of military intelligence. Paul was also a skilled trainer, responsible for instructing the USMC intelligence teams in proper security procedures and security systems utilization.

Paul subsequently transitioned to Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) as the Corporate Security Classification Management Director. In this role, he leveraged his expertise with security information systems and technical training to launch Access Commander and create excellence in security procedures company-wide. In addition to this work, Paul developed on-going relationships with major partners in both the Defense Security Service and many private members of the security industry.

After leaving SAIC, Paul transitioned to a larger operational role as the Director for Corporate Security at McNeil Technologies and T.R. Systems Inc. In this role, he applied his expertise with systems and personnel management to support facility security with policy creation and new infrastructure (3 SCIFs and 1 SAPF). This security work supported the management of 3.2 million classified documents and personnel security clearances. He subsequently held a similar role at Artel Inc., and maintains an ongoing relationship as a consultant with that organization.

Currently, Paul has identified a need in the industry for specialized subject matter expertise in the field of industrial security. Bringing together his years of experience and vision for the ever-changing needs of companies working with the federal government, Paul founded Industrial Security Integrators LLC (IsI) in 2010 with a cross-functional team of security, infrastructure, and technical experts. IsI leverages Paul’s extensive skills of training, communication, regulation expertise, and functional knowledge to bring services to organizations working with federal government contracts. As best practices and policies evolve, sharing lessons learned and a vision of the future with clients, colleagues, and partners becomes ever more important for Paul as the CEO of IsI and as a member of NCMS.

Industrial Security Integrators, LLC (IsI) provides Government and Industry clients with cost-effective and comprehensive options for full-service infrastructure solutions not available anywhere else in the market today.

Jeanne A. Travis
Industrial Security Integrators

Jeanne was appointed President of IsI in January 2012 after serving as the firm’s Chief Technology Officer. Jeanne provides leadership, vision, and expertise in the areas of corporate strategy, client relations, and technology integration. Jeanne is a skilled technical leader with almost 2 decades of consulting, litigation and contract support, and IT project management experience, to include IT security, database & system administration, and facility & network engineering.

Jeanne is responsible for all aspects of implementing the organization’s vision, mission and overall direction. She oversees the complete operation and success of IsI while maintaining awareness of opportunities for expansion, customers, and new Industry and Government standards. Jeanne has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VA Tech).

Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) Vetting Risk Operations Center (VROC)


Mike Ray

Mr. Mike Ray is a Division Chief with the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) Vetting Risk Operations Center (VROC) formerly known as the Personnel Security Management Office (PSMO). As a Division Chief, Mr. Ray and his teams are responsible for completing trust determinations for interim access to classified information and responsible for executing the PSI-I budget, responding to customer service requests from Industry and providing oversight to Industry.

Mr. Ray started his career in personnel security in 2006 as a Background Investigator contracted by OPM to conduct background investigations. He then obtained position as a Case Review Officer for an Intelligence Community Contract. In 2010, Mr. Ray then transitioned to an Adjudicator with the Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office (DISCO). Mr. Ray remained in this position as the adjudicative mission was transferred from DISCO to the DoD CAF. In 2014, Mr. Ray became a Branch Chief with the Personnel Security Management Office for Industry (PSMO-I).

Mr. Ray has a Master’s Degree in Security Management from American Military University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Frostburg State University.


Michael Sibley

Mr. Michael Sibley is a Branch Chief with the Continuous Evaluation (CE) Division within the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) Vetting Risk Operations Center (VROC), formerly known as the Personnel Security Management Office (PSMO). As a Branch Chief, Mr. Sibley and his team are responsible for processing and analyzing CE alerts as part of the continuous vetting of the trusted workforce.

Mr. Sibley started his career with the Defense Security Service (DSS) in 2011 as an Industrial Security Specialist conducting security vulnerability assessments and oversight actions of cleared defense contractors. In 2015, Mr. Sibley was promoted to Senior Industrial Security Specialist where he was responsible for the oversight of multiple large, and complex security programs within cleared industry. Mr. Sibley transitioned to his current role with VROC in December 2018.

Mr. Sibley has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science with a Minor in Leadership Studies from Virginia Tech.


NIST 800-171

Brian Seeling is the co-founder and Managing Partner of Peerless Tech Solutions, an outsourced IT Consulting Firm that specializes in compliance-based technology solutions. Founded in 2014, Peerless Tech Solutions has become a front runner in assisting corporations to achieve compliance through strategic planning and customized, innovative solutions with the goal of maintaining conformity. After college, Mr. Seeling began his career with HP. He has since worked for several reputed commercial and nonprofit organizations. He last held the title Director of Information Technology before leaving to found Peerless Tech Solutions. Mr. Seeling has over 15 years of experience. With his recent success assisting companies with NIST 800-171 requirements, he has the knowledge and prowess to get your organization there as well. Mr. Seeling is a Virginia native, growing up in Alexandria before settling in Southern Maryland where Peerless Tech Solutions is Headquartered. He is currently on the board of directors for the Charles County Chamber of Commerce, President of the Charles County Young Professionals Group, a board member for the College of Southern Maryland’s (CSM) Cyber Security Console, and is an active Rotarian. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Daryl and their two beautiful children Aria and Bryce. The goal for his keynote is to provide you with the necessary tools and resources to become NIST 800-171 complaint within your own organization and help you avoid costly mistakes.



Industry’s Perspective on Industrial Security Changes


Quinton L. Wilkes

Quinton Wilkes is the Corporate Security Manager for L3 Technologies Incorporated. Quinton has more than 30 years of security experience encompassing aspects of security operations from both Government and Industry. Quinton is presently a member of the NCMS Board of Directors and chairs the Government and Industries Committee. Quinton was selected to work with the Defense Manpower Data Center on the development of the Defense Information System for Security (DISS), which will replace JPAS.

Quinton serves on the National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee (NISPPAC) and is responsible for recommending changes in industrial security policy through modifications to Executive Order 12829 and the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual. Quinton is retired from the United States Air Force (USAF) after 20 years of faithful service.

Quinton received his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland University College and has attended the ASIS Program for Security Executives at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Quinton was the recipient of the NCMS Society Award in 2009 and the Lonnie R. Buckels Presidential Award in 2013.


Michelle Sutphin

Michelle Sutphin has over thirteen years of security experience in addition to seven years of human resources experience, enabling her to approach organizational issues with a broad knowledge of human capital, compliance, ethics and security. She has experience as an HR Professional, Facility Security Officer, Information Systems Security Manager, Director of Security and currently is the Vice President of Security for the P&S Sector of BAE Systems.

In her security roles, Michelle has been a champion for government/ industry partnership. Michelle frequently engages the Defense Security Service to improve both the Security program of the corporations she supports, but also industrial security as a whole by participating on working groups through NCMS, ISWG, ASIS and the NISPPAC. Michelle’s leadership at AMERICAN SYSTEMS transformed the security program of 8 CAGE Codes to a status of 8 Superior ratings and her current sector of 11 CAGE Codes within BAE received 100% Superior ratings in 2016.

Michelle is currently the Industry Spokesperson for the National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee (NISPPAC) and is one of eight industry members representing the community of 13,000 cleared facilities. She is currently leading the industry side of the NISPOM re-write initiative and coordinates with over 70 defense contractors and the government to ensure industry's voice is heard.

Michelle was active within ASIS International and led the Policy and Issues Working Group Chair on the Defense and Intelligence Council in 2014, acting as the liaison between the NISPPAC and ASIS and creating the Policy and Issues Matrix which is used throughout industry and government to track pressing issues.

Michelle sat on the ISWG Personnel Security Committee and was a co-author of their Scattered Castles white paper in 2012 which opened the channels of communication between DSS, ISWG, DNI and various other government agencies regarding industry access.

Michelle has been a member of NCMS since 2004, received her Industrial Security Professional (ISP) Certification in 2007 and served on the Board of Directors from 2009 to 2013. Michelle was elected to the Executive Committee as Secretary of the Board in 2011, and in her tenure, chaired the International, Communications, and Awards Committees. Prior to her Board appointment, Michelle was elected as the Secretary of the Capital Region Chapter of NCMS from 2006-2007 and as the Capital Region Chapter Chair from 2007-2009.

Michelle has been a Notary Public for the Commonwealth of Virginia since 2001. She holds a B.A. in English from the University of Mary Washington and an M.A. in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. In November of 2011, Michelle graduated from the Washington Field Office FBI Citizens Academy. She was recognized in 2016 as one of the Washington Business Journal’s “40 Under 40 Business Leaders.”

Michelle is a Virginia native, born in Haymarket, and currently resides in Hamilton, Virginia with her 4 children and Australian Shepard.

NISPPAC/Industry’s Perspective on Industrial Security Changes

Networking Breakfast

Director, Capital Region, DCSA


Regional Director, Capital Region, Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA)

Mr. Justin Walsh was appointed the Regional Director (RD) of the Capital Region within Industrial Security Field Operations in April 2017. As the Regional Director, he is responsible for partnering with ~5000 cleared defense contractors to protect classified information, critical technologies, and lead operations for seven DCSA Field Offices. As RD, he has championed efforts to establish the DCSA National Access Elsewhere Security Operations Center (NAESOC) and to utilize cutting-edge analytics to guide risk management oversight of cleared Industry.

Prior to his selection as Regional Director, Justin had a long-standing history with DCSA, formerly DSS. In June 2002, he began his career as an investigator conducting personnel security investigations. In July 2005, Justin, became an Industrial Security Representative. In March 2008, he was promoted to Senior Industrial Security Specialist. In July 2009, he became a Foreign Ownership Control or Influence (FOCI)/International Specialist for the Capital Region office. From May 2010 to March 2012, he served as the FOCI Program Manager for Industrial Security Field Operations. He was responsible for managing oversight efforts for all FOCI facilities in the NISP. In this role, he led the release and implementation of the Electronic Communications Plan (ECP) for FOCI facilities. In March 2012, he became the Chief of the Facility Clearance Branch (FCB). As Chief of FCB, he led the vetting and processing of contractors for Facility Clearances (FCLs) based upon procurement need, issued FCLs, and monitored cleared contractors continued eligibility in the NISP. In 2015, he led a major effort to improve the FCL process which resulted in greater accountability, transparency, and reduced FCL processing timelines. Beginning in April 2016, he served with the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence on a Joint Duty Assignment in several policy roles to include Industrial Security, Critical Program Protection, and was the Acting Chief of Personnel Security Clearance Policy. His chief accomplishment in this role was overseeing the update of the DoD Manual 5200.02, Procedures for the DoD Personnel Security Program, which became effective on April 3, 2017 and replaced the previous manual that was published in 1987.

Justin has continuously served as a guest instructor at the Center for the Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) on various Industrial Security related topics. In addition he has chaired the local Capital ISAC; and served as a member of the Joint Industrial Security Awareness Council.

Justin graduated from York College of Pennsylvania in May 2002 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. Also, he is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Senior Executive Fellows Program (2014) and the Leadership for a Democratic Society course from the Office of Personnel Management, Federal Executive Institute (2018).



VIP Networking and Social Event


Time: 04 30 PM – 08 30 PM

Location: Peach Grove Conference Room

Food: Appetizers and Beverages will be provided.

Why: Raise brand awareness and create preference, create positive relationships, and raise awareness of your Organization as a whole.


Sources of illumination

Facility Clearance Branch (FCB), (DCSA)

  • Common errors that delay your FCL package
  • Personnel Clearances (PCL) for Key Management Personnel (KMP)
  • Mitigations for businesses with Foreign Ownership or Controlling Interest (FOCI)
Adriane D. Johns, Chief

Director, Capital Region, DCSA

  • New Methodology
  • TVI Analysis and Review
  • Tailored Security Program
  • Supply Chain Threat Challenges
Justin Walsh, Director

Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility (DoD CAF)

  • Security Clearance Eligibility of Personnel
  • Continuous Monitoring
  • Marijuana Stocks and your Security Clearance
  • Travel Restrictions
Mr. Brian Barnes, Division Lead

NIST 800-171/CMMC

  • Contractor Cybersecurity Standards
  • Five-level system
  • Threat to networks
  • Managing Company Cyber Security
Brian Seeling, Peerless Tech Solutions

Industry’s Perspective on Industrial Security Changes

  • Industry Update
  • Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
  • Security Executive Agent Directive 3, (SEAD)
Quinton Wilkes, L-3& Michelle Sutphin, BAE Systems

Vetting Risk Operations Center (VROC), DCSA

  • Defense Vetting Directorate
  • Continuous Evaluation (CE)
  • Eligibility Determinations
  • Defense Insider Threat Management and Analysis Center
Mike Ray, Division Chief&Michael Sibley, Branch Chief


Event Sponsors

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Increase your brand awareness, advertise your company, and maximize your partnering and collaborative opportunities with attendees and other sponsors in Industry by becoming a sponsor of the 2019 Annual Security Awareness Conference. In addition to high profile exposure, sponsors receive exclusive benefits including acknowledgement in the Conference brochure, complimentary registrations, and a complimentary Networking and Social Event!

Platinum Sponsor - $1,250

Two (2) attendee passes
Two (2) invitations to the Networking and Social Event (RSVP is required)
One (1) page of company/product information in the Conference program that is distributed to all attendees
Receive a letter of appreciation to submit at your next DSS assessment

Gold Sponsor - $750

One (1) attendee passes
One (1) invitation to the Networking and Social Event (RSVP is required)

Company logo and contact information in the conference program that is distributed to all attendees
Receive a letter of appreciation to submit at your next DSS assessment

Vendor Exhibition - $1,500

Two (2) attendee passes
Two (2) invitations to the Networking and Social Event (RSVP is required)
One (1) page of company/product information in the Conference program that is distributed to all attendees
One-on-one time with qualified decisionmakers and influencers
Direct access to a quality gathering of Defense Industry and Government Agency security buyers
Maximum exposure to the attendees
Exhibitors will be near refreshment breaks and reception

Sponsors and Exhibitors will need to provide the corporate high-resolution logo in EPS format via e-mail to: info@dodsecurity.com

We look forward to seeing you at the 2019 Annual Security Awareness Conference

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