Agility & Lethality in Contested Environments

In naval aviation, agility and lethality are key to dominating the field. Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air Programs Daniel Nega will be the keynote speaker and moderator for a discussion at the next TPP/ANA Panel. Join us Wednesday, October 3 >>

NAWCAD Industry Day Survey

The Patuxent Partnership is supporting NAWCAD in planning its next Industry Day on October 25. This is your opportunity to ensure that the information and resources presented best meet your needs and expectations. Help shape the agenda by completing a very brief survey. The feedback you provide will guide us in planning a program tailored to your needs!

This week at a glance

Upcoming TPP programs:

  • TPP/ANA Panel with DASN Dan Nega, Oct. 3
  • FMS Panel with Rear Adm. Francis Morley, Oct 9
  • Save the Date: NAWCAD Industry Day, Oct. 25; TPP Annual Meeting, Oct. 31

In our community:

  • Meet the Labs, Sept. 25
  • MACPA Government Contractors Conference, Sept. 27
  • Lunch & Learn with Rear Adm. Tim Heely & author David Christian, Oct. 18
  • Maryland Commerce Accepting Applications for Cybersecurity Investment Incentive Tax Credit
  • DSI Upcoming Programs
  • Surveying the Chesapeake for Submerged Historic Aircraft, Sept. 20
  • Grant Training Free Seminar, Sept. 21
  • To Do List

Upcoming Programs

TPP/ANA Panel: Naval Aviation Agility and Lethality in Contested Environments

Wednesday, October 3
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, Flight Tech Hall

Join moderator and keynote speaker Mr. Daniel Nega, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Air Programs for a discussion with panelists on naval aviation agility and lethality in contested environments:

  • Capt. Craig “Grubby” Grubb, Program Manager PMA-299, H-60 Multi-Mission Helicopters Program Office
  • Capt. David “DW” Kindley, Program Manager, PMA 265, F/A-18 and EA-18G Program Office
  • Mr. Tony “Tuna” Schmidt, SSTM, Director Rapid Prototyping, Experimentation and Demonstration (RPED), NAWCAD
  • Capt. Michael S. “WooG” Wojse, OPNAV N98

Register >>

Foreign Military Sales Panel with Rear Adm. Francis Morley

Tuesday, October 9
9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Southern Maryland Higher Education Center

Interested in participating in Foreign Military Sales? Worried that what you don’t know could hurt you? Rear Adm. Frank Morley, director, Navy International Programs Office, will lead the program with representatives from DCSA, State, Commerce and the NSC.

Register >>

Save the Date

NAWCAD Industry Day
October 25

Complete the Industry Day Survey >>

TPP Annual Meeting
October 31 (Costumes optional)

Community Events & Opportunities

Meet the Labs

September 25, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Southern Maryland Higher Education Center

This is an opportunity in Southern Maryland to meet Tech Transfer and Small Business Innovation Research program representatives from major federal laboratories. The program will consist of panel discussions on Technology Transfer and the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program by subject matter experts from NASA, USDA, DOE, NAWCAD, NIST, NSWC IHEODTD, and ARL.

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MACPA Government Contractors Conference

September 27, 8:00 a.m. – 4:10 p.m.
Greenbelt, MD

The MACPA Government Contractor Conference focuses on increasing the knowledge base of CPAs with government contractor clients; CFOs, controllers and accountants employed by government contractors; and government employees and anyone seeking to improve their awareness of the unique issues facing government contractors.

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Lunch & Learn with Rear Adm. Tim Heely and Author David Christian

October 18, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
The Patuxent Partnership, Suite 1030

Join host Parts Life, Inc. to hear keynote speaker Rear Adm. Tim Heely as well as special guest David Christian, author of Victor Six. Lunch will be provided!

Learn more >>

Maryland Commerce Accepting Applications for Cybersecurity Investment Incentive Tax Credit

The Maryland Department of Commerce is now accepting applications for the Cybersecurity Investment Incentive Tax Credit, designed to attract investment in Maryland cybersecurity companies. Through the tax credit program, venture capitalists, angel investors, and others investing at least $25,000 in a Qualified Maryland Cybersecurity Company (QMCC) may be eligible for a refundable tax credit for 33 percent of the investment. Investors who invest in a cybersecurity business in Allegany, Dorchester, Garrett, or Somerset counties may qualify for a tax credit of 50 percent of their investment.


Defense Strategies Institute Upcoming Programs

Sept. 25-26: Cyber Operations for National Defense
Sept. 25-26: Microgrid & Distributed Energy Resources
Oct. 10-11: DoD/VA & Gov Health IT
Oct. 15-16: Insider Threat Symposium
Oct. 16-17: Big Data for Intelligence
Oct. 30-31: Military Vehicle Systems Summit

*Military and government employees attend free.

Learn more >>

Surveying the Chesapeake for Submerged Historic Aircraft

On September 20, join maritime archaeologist Agustin Ortiz at Historic St. Mary’s City for an exploration of NAS Pax River as an experimental aircraft training base, and the need to find and manage the aircraft lost in its surrounding waters. Learn more >>

Grant Training Free Seminar

September 21
College of Southern Maryland, LaPlata

Enoch Pratt Free Library Grants Collection Specialist Anna Tatro will guide participants through all of the steps necessary to better prepare grant proposals and submissions, for people who want to learn how to create and use a logic model – a visual representation of an initiative’s activities, outputs and expected outcomes.

Learn more >>

To Do List

Take a musical journey from from classical, to ragtime, to jazz — from Mozart to Monk, September 27 at St. Mary’s College of Maryland! Learn more and register >>