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Workshop Agenda

SEPTEMBER 24-26, 2013
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES BUILDING
WASHINGTON, D.C.

Questions for Speakers

1.   What is prototyping? In what areas/phases is prototyping best applied (innovation, maturation, risk reduction, workforce, others or all)?

2.   Why is prototyping important? Has its importance and value changed over time? Will its importance and value increase or decrease in the future and why?

3.   What characteristics are important to an effective an efficient prototyping program (resources applied, processes used, stability, others or all)? What partnerships or programs might you recommend to the government to adopt for an effective and efficient prototyping program, based on best practices in academia, industry or other parts of the government?

 
September 24, 2013
 
0730 Welcome and Introductions with Breakfast Available
 
0830 Vision for the Workshop
Gen Lester Lyles (USAF, Ret.), Workshop Committee Chair
 
0930 Congressional Perspectives
Robie Samanta Roy, Professional Staff Member, SASC


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C Workshop Agenda SEPTEMBER 24-26, 2013 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES BUILDING WASHINGTON, D.C. Questions for Speakers 1.  hat is prototyping? In what areas/phases is prototyping best applied (in- W novation, maturation, risk reduction, workforce, others or all)? 2.  hy is prototyping important? Has its importance and value changed over W time? Will its importance and value increase or decrease in the future and why? 3.  hat characteristics are important to an effective an efficient prototyping W program (resources applied, processes used, stability, others or all)? What partnerships or programs might you recommend to the government to adopt for an effective and efficient prototyping program, based on best practices in academia, industry or other parts of the government? September 24, 2013 0730 Welcome and Introductions with Breakfast Available 0830 Vision for the Workshop Gen Lester Lyles (USAF, Ret.), Workshop Committee Chair 0930 Congressional Perspectives Robie Samanta Roy, Professional Staff Member, SASC 25

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26 Enhancing Air Force and D e pa rt m e n t of D efe n s e P r o t o t y p i n g 1030 Break 1045 White House Perspectives  Patricia Falcone, Associate Director, National Security and International Affairs, Office of Science and Technology Policy  Reed Skaggs, Assistant Director, Defense Programs, National Security and International Affairs, Office of Science and Technology Policy 1145 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available 1215 OSD Perspectives  Earl Wyatt (SES), Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Rapid Fielding 1315 NASA Perspectives  Jaiwon Shin, Associate Administrator for Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, NASA HQ 1415 Break 1430 Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Perspectives Jim Shields, President 1530 General Dynamics Perspectives Sonya Sepahban, Senior Vice President for Land Systems 1630 Workshop Feedback to Day 1 Presentations All 1700 Adjourn September 25, 2013 0730 Welcome and Introductions with Breakfast Available Gen Lester Lyles (USAF, Ret.), Workshop Committee Chair 0800 Workshop Feedback to Day 1 Presentations (continued) All

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Appendix B 27 0900 Lockheed Martin Perspectives  Brian Hershberger, Senior Aeronautical Engineer, Advanced Development Programs 1000 Break 1015 Boeing Perspectives Daryl Pelc, Vice President for Engineering, Phantom Works 1115 Emeritus Perspectives Robert Whalen, International Systems, LLC 1215 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available 1300 MIT Lincoln Laboratory Perspectives Eric Evans, Director 1400 Break 1415 Workshop Feedback to Day 2 Presentations All 1700 Adjourn September 26, 2013 0730 Welcome and Introductions with Breakfast Available Gen Lester Lyles (USAF, Ret.), Workshop Committee Chair 0830 National Defense University Perspectives  Linton Wells, Director, Center for Technology and National Security Policy 0930 Georgia Tech Research Institute Perspectives  William Melvin, Director of Research, Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory 1030 Break

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28 Enhancing Air Force and D e pa rt m e n t of D efe n s e P r o t o t y p i n g 1045 Institute for Defense Analyses Perspectives Richard Van Atta 1145 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available 1245 General Discussion with Participants to Include Next Steps Gen Lester Lyles (USAF, Ret.), Workshop Committee Chair  Earl Wyatt (SES), Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Rapid Fielding  David Walker (SES), Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Science, Technology, and Engineering 1500 Adjourn