Understanding Other Transactional Authorities (OTAs)
October 10 2017, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Los Angeles Air Force Base, Gordon Conference Center, 483 North Aviation Blvd, El Segundo, California, 90245
The National Defense Industry Association (NDIA) Los Angeles Chapter Presents and informational workshop on the use of Other Transactional Authorities (OTAs). This is an opportunity to learn from experts who will share practical insights, clear up misconceptions, and facilitate a better understanding of OTAs which are being more frequently used by our DoD government customers.
Panelists include, among others:
- David Sharp, USAF, AFSPC SMC/LEK
- Kathleen Scholefield, USAF, AFSPC SMC/ADK
- Christopher Gunderson, Frontier Technology
- Arnie Streland, Orbital ATK
- Deborah Jelen, Electricore, Inc.
Everyone is encouraged to review this guide as a primer for the session.
We provide this educational session free of charge as a service to our Defense Industrial Base Community in Los Angeles. Doors open at 1:00PM. Panel starts at 1:30PM.
Access to the Los Angeles Air Force Base (LAAFB) is required. If you already have access, please select the “OTA Ticket – Already LAAFB Accessed”. If you need access to the Los Angeles Air Force Base, select “OTA Ticket – LAAFB Access Requested” and you will also be required to supply the Full Name (First Middle Last), Date of Birth (MM/DD/YYYY), Driver’s License State and Driver’s License Number when you register. A limited number of LAAFB access tickets will be granted but must be registered by October 2.
Tickets are FREE but you must register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ndia-los-angeles-understanding-other-transactional-authorities-otas-tickets-38090891883
The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) is America’s leading Defense Industry association promoting national security. NDIA is proud to provide a legal and ethical forum for the exchange of information between Industry and government on National Security issues. Our Los Angeles Chapter’s primary focus is the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, and the related Aerospace Industry in Southern California.