ADC’s 2019 Defense Policy Forum: Defining the 2020 Defense Community Agenda

October 7, 2019

ADC will again hold its annual fall defense policy event, the 2019 Defense Policy Forum, with a focus on defining the organization’s annual policy agenda.
Join ADC Tues., Nov. 5, for this premiere defense community conference and be part of a select group of policy experts and defense community leaders that will explore the key issues that will define the fiscal 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the defense budget and ADC’s policy agenda.
This year’s forum, held at The University Club of Washington, D.C., will provide a unique look at the policy issues that impact defense communities and installations, and will help define the 2020 policy agenda for ADC and its members.
Organized by ADC’s Federal Outreach Advisory Council and supported by Booz Allen Hamilton, this half-day event offers a forum for leaders across ADC to provide input on the issues, ideas and action items that need to be on ADC’s agenda.
To offer policy ideas for the upcoming Defense Policy Forum, contact ADC Chief Operations Officer Matt Borron at: mborron@defensecommunities.org.
To register, you must be an ADC member in good standing. If you are unsure of your standing or wish to become an ADC member, contact Dante at: dorlandini@defensecommunities.org

October 7, 2019

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