The Technology & Innovation Roundtable™ brings together leaders of technology businesses and government to address key topics related to policy, technology, and innovation. The Roundtable seeks to ensure a cohesive industry voice and better understanding with government. The Roundtable is focused on shared policy goals and understanding, accelerated adoption and implementation of technologies, and efficiencies and cost savings for government and the defense industrial base.
Distinguished Speaker Series
The MITRE Corporation is hosting a series of industry engagements on topics of interest to Government and Industry. The goal of this technical series is to consider mission challenges and key national security issues facing government and industry.
Due to COVID-19, scheduled distinguished speakers have been postponed.
Rescheduled dates will be posted here.
Mr. James McAleese, McAleese and Associates
Monday, March 30, 2020 | 10:00am to 11:30am
MITRE McLean, Virginia, Building 2 Auditorium (Room 1N100) & Skype
Mr. Jim McAleese will talk about 2021 DoD Budget trends in the newly released DoD Budget Request and subsequent impacts to industry.
General Hawk Carlisle USAF (Ret), National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), President and Chief Executive Officer
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 | 10:00am to 11:30am
MITRE McLean, Virginia, Building 4 (Robb Auditorium)
This series will promote education, awareness, and communication, in order to advance solutions to hard problems.
Software Assurance & Acquisition Lab
Speeding the process of software assurance (SwA) and acquisition for government missions.
The Software Assurance (SwA) & Acquisition Lab supports security testing and speeds the processes for industry to test and harden software. The lab is helping industry and government accelerate the Authority to Operate (ATO) processes.
A secure and private lab environment, the lab is remotely accessible via VPN and available for industry and government to do vulnerability and compliance security scans and software testing. Industry can run tests, looking for CAT 1 and CAT 2 vulnerabilities.
The lab offers private, self-evaluation opportunity. The lab also offers 3rd party testing.
Government and industry will achieve cost and time savings and risk mitigation by finding vulnerabilities much earlier in the verification process.
The Software Assurance & Acquisition Lab is hosted and supported by MITRE, and guided by the Technology & Innovation Roundtable. Mission requirements and partnership are provided by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Public Release Case Number 20-1201.