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Smart Command Town Hall Series

Booz Allen Hamilton and GBC partnered to conduct a series of town hall events exploring how defense leaders can rapidly and effectively supply warfighters with interoperable technologies.

Charleston, SC Town Hall - May 28, 2014

At the Charleson, SC Town Hall, senior national security and defense leaders joined a panel of Booz Allen Hamilton experts to discuss how the Department of Defense can develop and manage a government-owned system of systems (SoS). Click the link below to read the GBC event summary to learn how diverse stakeholders can be brought together to develop common standards and simplify defense modernization.

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Los Angeles Town Hall - February 19, 2014

At the Los Angeles Town Hall, senior defense leaders joined a panel of experts from Booz Allen Hamilton to discuss how enterprise integration can enable smarter, better, and faster mission success. Click the link below to read the GBC event summary and learn how existing data can be exposed and reused to facilitate interoperability from the start. 

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Defense One Summit - November 14, 2013

At the inaugural Defense One Summit, nearly 100 defense leaders joined a panel of experts from Booz Allen Hamilton to discuss how Mission Integration can help the government deal with budget shortages and rapidly put new technologies into the hands of warfighters. Click the link below to read the GBC event summary and learn how defense leaders can best acquire, develop, and manage a government-owned system of systems (SoS).

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