You are invited to join government, industry, and academia/non-profit leaders to participate in the upcoming Additive Manufacturing Wargame, held 16 – 17 May, 2017, that will be held at Lockheed Martin Vision Global Center in Crystal City, VA. This business model wargame is a follow up to the initial business model wargame held at the Lockheed Martin Center for Innovation in 2016. The purpose of this wargame is to address four business model aspects of additive manufacturing for sustainment and production consistent with public private partnership principals in parallel to additive manufacturing technical community efforts.
The wargame is being sponsored by America Makes Additive Manufacturing for Maintenance and Sustainment Advisory Group and Additive Manufacturing for Maintenance Operations (AMMO) Working Group. We are looking for government, industry and academia/non-profit to actively participate in the wargame. Four business model integrated teams will be assigned to one of four business model options. The teams will consist of key disciplines: Program Management, Legal, Engineering, Logistics (maintenance and supply), Enterprise IT and Contracts Administration. This event presents a unique opportunity for AM leaders and functional stakeholders to work through a simulated acquisition process to collaboratively develop and document business model alternatives.
Additive Manufacturing Wargame Scenario Summary
This is the prequel to the original AM BM WG scenario that formed the basis of the 2016 AM BM WG.
The DoD issued a RFP to develop and acquire a light-weight reconnaissance drone capable of being deployed by a 2-person team in austere environments. The timeline defined by DoD is aggressive. DoD requires the awardee to produce a prototype within 6 months and the first production unit within a year after contract award. Most of the performance capabilities required by DoD can be performed by commercially available systems, but some of the reconnaissance features will have to be developed jointly by the Gov’t/Industry team and some of the capabilities will be provided by the Gov’t team which cannot share the base technology with the drone manufacturer. The scenario will address deployed AM business models.
Public Transportation Options:
- Metro Rail-Crystal City Metro Station (Blue/Yellow Lines) (located beneath 241 18th Street South)
- Virginia Railway Express (VRE)-Alexandria VRE Station @ 110 Callahan Drive, Alexandria, Va.
- Regional Bus Connections
Public underground vehicle parking is also available at the Lockheed Martin building via the entrances located at either 20th/Crystal Drive or 23rd/Crystal Drive. ***Park in the section painted “yellow” so you may access the elevator banks to the first floor and enter the glass doors with the Lockheed Martin logo.
Parking Garage Hours: 6:00 am – 12:00 am / (Monday – Friday)
3 hours to close $21.00 (maximum)
Weekdays after 4:30 p.m. and all day Saturday and Sunday, parking is free.
Additional Local Information
Arrival/Check-In Procedures at the Global Vision Center:
Upon arrival at the GVC, please register at the Lockheed Martin Security Desk located near the GVC Globe on the lobby level. All non-Lockheed Martin visitors will be asked to present valid government-issued photo identification (driver’s license or passport) to the security guards. Upon validation of identity, the security guards will issue a visitor badge and then give you directions on how to proceed to your reserved conference room.
Please register for the Additive Manufacturing Wargames below.
Once you’ve completed the registration process a confirmation email will be sent. If you do not receive this email, please confirm that you completed the registration process, or check your clutter, junk, or spam folders.
Registration ends Monday, 1 May 2017
If you have any questions about or issues with registering for the Additive Manufacturing wargames, please contact Debbie Lilu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date(s) - 05/16/2017 - 05/17/2017
Lockheed Martin Global Vision Center