2021 Pacific Defense Contracting Summit in Hawaii
18 May 2021
Hybird event – limited in-person and also virtual
You are invited to attend this year’s major new defense event – the 2021 Pacific Defense Contracting Summit in Hawaii.
A recent report from the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) calls for $27 billion in additional spending between 2022 and 2027, with $4.8 billion in FY22 specifically to support the Pacific Deterrence Initiative. INDOPACOM Chief ADM Philip Davidson has stated his command’s requirements for new and augmented missile, air defense, radar and long-range precision fire systems; expeditionary airfield, port and logistics facilities; and other dedicated assets and capabilities to be based and deployed throughout the region. It comes as the Pentagon, beginning with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, views China as the top long-term world threat. The Defense Secretary visited the region last week.?
The focus of the Summit includes the U.S. West Coast, Hawaii, Alaska, Guam, Japan, the Koreas, and China/Taiwan/South China Sea. Get the latest information on:?
- FY22 Defense Budget for U.S. Defenses in the Indo-Pacific Region
- Navy, USMC, Air Force, Space Defense, and Army Mission Requirements and Contracting Priorities in the Indo-Pacific Region
- Procurement Priorities for Aircraft, Ships, Air Defense Missiles, Radar Systems, Long-range Firepower, Supply Depots, Testing Ranges, Staging Areas, Cybersecurity and Intelligence-Sharing Centers, Energy/Fuel Supply, etc.
- OTA’s & other ‘Rapid Acquisition’ Strategies & Programs
- Public and Private Financing Sources for Defense Contractors
- Teaming Arrangements for Primes and Subcontractors