ADC 360 Live Webcast
Each day, ADC’s daily newsletter Defense Communities 360 is a source for breaking news and information from the Department of Defense, Capitol Hill and around the country. The Defense Communities 360 Live Webcast will take you inside those stories with an opportunity to hear from leading newsmakers and top experts.
ADC’s first webcast covered the year’s biggest story facing DoD and defense communities:
Surviving the Budget Knife: What Changes in DoD Spending Mean for Defense Communities
With the recent failure of the congressional supercommittee, defense communities are being inundated with speculation about potential cuts that could affect their local installation. Join ADC for a discussion by three experts for a discussion on these urgent questions:
- What is the current budget situation on Capitol Hill and the Pentagon?
- What are the immediate impacts of defense cuts for defense communities?
- Will installations be downsized or closed outside of the BRAC process?
- What should communities look for in the coming months and how can they prepare today?
The webcast recording is now available!
Cost: $15.00 for ADC members ($30.00 for non-members)
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John Simmons, Senior Advisor, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Mr. Simmons leads the firm’s military base enhancement practice, which successfully defended all 17 of the firm’s clients through the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure round. Mr. Simmons’ defense practice concentrates on military housing privatization initiatives and military base enhancement.
Cece Carman Siracuse, Senior Associate, Hurt, Norton and Associates
Ms. Siracuse specializes in appropriations, congressional relations, military healthcare and defense community issues. Ms. Siracuse was the director of congressional and intergovernmental affairs for the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission from 1994 to 1996.
Barry Steinberg, Partner, Kutak Rock
Mr. Steinberg is a former chief of the U.S. Army Environmental Law Division and former chief of the U.S. Army Litigation Division at the Pentagon. He concentrates on national security matters associated with environmental contamination, military personnel, base closures, reuse and related issues.
Tim Ford, President, Association of Defense Communities
In 2010, Tim Ford was appointed as the new CEO of the Association of Defense Communities (ADC). A familiar face to ADC, Tim served as the organization’s Executive Director from 2004-2007 and Deputy Director from 1999-2003. Credited with guiding ADC’s hundreds of member communities and related organizations through BRAC 2005, Tim is a nationally recognized expert on the politics of defense downsizing, base closure, base redevelopment, and community-military partnerships.
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