2020 Installation Innovation Presentations

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Big Impact, Small Community: Enid, Okla.
Local, State and Federal efforts to protect and enhance Vance AFB started out as improving Infrastructure and Quality of life for the installation and the military family. Now it is, focused on how do we Increase Mission Capability and Reduce Cost f...
Feeding Marines: How Design Thinking Can Get Foods To Marines When & Where They Need It
How might we make mission sustainment food most mobile and accessible to Marines? Join Marine Corps Installations Command's (MCICOM) Installation neXt (I-neXt) team in an interactive and collaborative session to address this challenge impacting ...
Asset Management Innovation in the Navy - A $800 Million Case Study
In September 2019, the Navy signed an agreement with the San Diego Association of Governments to trade land in exchange for the construction of a new NAVWAR complex with an estimated cost of $800 million. Immediately after the signing, SANDAG commit...
Using Analytics to Make Your State and Community More Military Friendly
Many states and defense communities are doing great things for their military members, veterans and their dependents with the goal of becoming more military friendly. But do you have a strategy to what programs and policies you are putting into plac...
PFOA/PFOS: Clean Up Best Practices
Since the USEPA proposed health advisory levels for PFOS and PFOA in May 2016,  per and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) have become a public issue.  The discussion will focus on developments in the past 3 ½ years, lessons learned...
Announcing the Navy Installation Energy Resilience Strategy
The Department of the Navy has made energy resilience an mission readiness imperative at every naval installation around the world.   The Secretary of Navy recently signed and issued to the fleets and forces, an Installation Energy Resilience S...
Innovation is a Team Sport: How the Marine Corps Tackles Everyday Problems
This session will give an inside look at a partnership between Marine Corps Installations Command’s (MCICOM) Installation neXt team and Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) as they look at how Marine’s interact with the Individual Issu...
Your Automation Systems Are Under Attack
"The ability to “Hack” is not getting harder, it’s getting easier.  Tools like Shodan, and Metasploit make life easy for hackers and can shorten an attackers “kill chain” to minutes instead of days or weeks. &...
Improving Water Infrastructure: City of St. Roberts and Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.
"After significant flooding in late April 2017, Ft Leonard Wood (FLW) in Missouri experienced catastrophic failure of its critical water infrastructure. Over the course of 48 hours, FLW had very limited ability to produce water and the neighbor...
The Future of Installation Master Planning for Military Resilience
With a focus on building lasting and resilient military installations, Congress has authorized the Secretary of Defense to develop and implement installation resilience plans, carry out military installation resilience construction projects, and enc...
Pre-Con Navy Session
Hear from senior leaders from the Department of the Navy about their Mission Resiliency Initiatives and other Department priorities. Hear their thoughts on issues they are facing and ask questions on Community and installation concerns. ...
Military Spousal Employment -- From Talk to Action, Best Practices from Across the Country
While being a military spouse can create a host of obligations and commitments to one’s family and community, it is not a paid position, even as 77% of employed military spouses say that having two incomes is vitally important to their family....
Mission First: Strategies for the Inclusion of Mission-Based Decision Making in Resiliency Planning
DoDI 4170.11 requires resilience planning by installations be aligned to critical mission operations.  This session addresses lessons learned, methodologies, and approaches for improving an installation’s readiness and resiliency posture....
Offutt AFB, NEB. & MCLB Albany, Ga. Rebuild: Installations Rebuilding for the Future, Part II
Installations and defense communities are becoming increasing impacted by extreme weather events and the effects of climate change. The need for innovative solutions to mitigate and prevent future disasters is becoming a top priority for leaders in ...
The Future of Joint Installation-Community Planning: Aberdeen Proving Ground & Harford County. Md.
The Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor (CSSC) has undergone a multi-year Joint Land Use Study and implementation plan involving multiple jurisdictions and the Aberdeen Proving Ground installation. Learn how compatible use practices have result...
Getting Organized to Maximize Innovation: Strengthening your Community's Defense Team Joe Driskill
Organizational development is at the heart of any successful defense community. The ability to engage a diverse set of stakeholders on a wide variety of issues to establish a single agenda focused on the success of an installation is no small task. ...
Getting Organized to Maximize Innovation: Strengthening your Community's Defense Team - Jim Iacocca
Organizational development is at the heart of any successful defense community. The ability to engage a diverse set of stakeholders on a wide variety of issues to establish a single agenda focused on the success of an installation is no small task. ...
Innovating Installation Energy Resilience - DANNAR
Innovating Installation Energy Resilience - Parris Island
Military Child Care Challenge, Part 1: Understanding the Issue
This discussion session will help frame the dilemma facing both civilian and military families seeking accessible, affordable, and high quality child care.  What are DoD's challenges in meeting demand and quality standards? ...
Taking Care of the Kids: Innovative Training Programs for Military-Connected Children -- Project SEARCH
"This session will feature two truly innovative programs designed to provide military-connected children with unique training opportunities:  - Building a STEM Future: Society of American Military Engineers Pathways to Engage Defense Comm...
Taking Care of the Kids: Innovative Training Programs for Military-Connected Children -- Gonzalez and Wilbur
"This session will feature two truly innovative programs designed to provide military-connected children with unique training opportunities:  - Building a STEM Future: Society of American Military Engineers Pathways to Engage Defense Comm...
A New Way to Manage Installation Energy: Ft. Carson Utilities Privatization Project
Collaborative Innovation: The Indiana Defense Scrum
Indiana reimagined the 20th Century Defense Community into what we believe is one more relevant to the complex world of the 21st Century where stovepipes give way to networked ecosystems capable of rapidly deploying optimum solutions to emergent pro...
How to Analyze Your Resilience
This interactive panel discussion will feature subject matter experts as they explore the tools and strategies that community and installation leaders can use to analyze cyber and climate threats to their critical infrastructure. Among other topics,...
Tyndall AFB, Fla. & Camp Lejuene, NC: Installations Rebuilding for the Future, Part. 1
Installations and defense communities are becoming increasing impacted by extreme weather events and the effects of climate change. The need for innovative solutions to mitigate and prevent future disasters is becoming a top priority for leaders in ...
Meeting the Readiness and Resilience Challenge at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga.
In 2019, the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay project received an award from the DoD Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) program to strategically acquire easements on more than 11,000 acres along the Georgia coast while protectin...
Military Child Care Challenge, Part 2: Available Resources and Emerging Best Practices
Given the challenges of providing sufficient DoD childcare, what are some practices and innovative solutions from across public, private, and non-profit spheres? ...
Energy Resilience Education and Exercise Simulation -- Norwich University's Interdisciplinary Approach 2
With Energy Resilience at the forefront of DoD’s efforts to maintain readiness and relevance. This interdisciplinary session will explore education opportunities and exercise simulation lessons learned in an innovative approach to coordinating...
Energy Resilience Education and Exercise Simulation -- Norwich University's Interdisciplinary Approach 1
Furthering Defense-Community Relationships and Cooperation at Guard and Reserve Locations
With 1.038M Reservists serving, the Reserve Components of the Armed Forces are woven into the fabric of our local communities. Using the Army as an example, there are 2,500 Army National Guard Readiness Centers in 2100 locations, and 886 Reserve Cen...
Innovative Partnership to Increase Energy Resilience: US Army Garrison Hawaii and Hawaiian Electric Company
"US Army Garrison Hawaii and Hawaiian Electric Company partner to increase energy resilience for 19 Army installations and the island of Oahu to build 17 MW of PV, 18 MW of demand response, and a 50 MW utility scale micro-grid that provides 7 d...
MCAS Miramar: A 5G Collaborative Market for Developing the "Installation Next"
In conjunction with the USMC, Verizon and Naval Information Warfare Center - Pacific have finalized a 4 year Collaborative Research and Development Agreement to establish a 5G Living Lab on MCAS Miramar. This will be a key foundation in the Protecti...