Benefits of Attending
This treaty is the result of a long-standing special relationship between the US and UK, which officially entered into force on the 13th April, 2012. The aim of this treaty is to provide efficient and effective supply to frontline troops in international operations through greater cooperation between the UK and US. Industry will play a crucial role in supporting these overseas operations.
This workshop will show you how your organisation can do business in the UK and US in the context of this treaty:
> Be the first to learn how you can apply for membership in this ‘approved community.’
> Discover how you can export military goods under the treaty new Open General Export Licence.
> Participants will benefit from a holistic understanding of treaty providing you the knowledge on how to conduct effective business
in these markets.
Stephen Tate, Office of Defence Cooperation, US Embassy - Office of Defence Cooperation
Warren Bayliss, Assistant Head, International Relations Group, Defence Equipment & Support, UK MoD
> Development of a strategic plan that ensures flexibility and adaptability, taking into account operational and tactical sustainment efforts in-theatre
> Ensuring that support capabilities correlate closely to operational requirements in the field
> In-depth analysis of apportionment and allocation in logistical planning
Brigadier General Blaine D. Holt, J4 Director, Headquarters U.S. European Command
> Introduction to the United Kingdom’s Total Support Force Programme; learn how your organisation can take part
> In-depth analysis into existing partnerships and contracts with particular emphasis on current key challenges and how to address them
> Overview of the latest strategic drivers shaping the future of the Total Support Force Programme
Major General Ian Copeland, Director Joint Support
Chain, UK MoD
Air Commodore Barrie Thomson, Logistic Network
Enabled Capability, UK MoD
26th–28th February 2013