Ministry of Defence ISS Industry Engagement Day

We are pleased to confirm that the next Ministry of Defence Information Systems and Services (ISS) Industry Engagement Day will be hosted at techUK offices on 25 April. 

The event will provide an update brief on the progress of Defence as a Platform Future (DaaP F) as well as an opportunity for industry to feedback to ISS on the commercial, technical, and exit and transition elements of DaaP Future.

The full agenda for the event will be available here in the coming days. 

Please see below for initial event details. 

Ministry of Defence ISS Industry Engagement Day
Date: 25 April 2016
Time: 10.00 - 13.00 (Registration from 09.30)
Venue: The Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen St, London WC2B 5DA

 

ISS Board SME Engagement

The day will also host an opportunity for SMEs to meet with and present directly to the ISS Board. The theme for this engagement is Small Form Factor, if you believe you have an offering that would be of interest to ISS with regard to Small Form Factor please contact Andy.Johnston@techUK.org ASAP. Places at this event are very limited. 

If selected you will have the opportunity to present to the senior ISS Board for 10 minutes with 5 minutes Q&A and receive feedback from the Board members about your proposition. 

This part of the day will run in the afternoon and will also be in the techUK offices. 

 

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