Welcome to the 2020 Law Enforcement-Homeland Security Forum & Technology Exposition. Through the years this event has built partnerships, shared and integrated intelligence, strengthened collaborations, and bridged technology all in effort to secure our homeland.
This classified forum will feature keynote speakers, presentations, panel discussions and case studies on topics germane to Federal Law Enforcement, Homeland Security, Intelligence Community, and the broader national security community.
The forum agenda will feature the following topics:
- Transnational Organized Crime
- Border Security
- Maritime Security
The forum will also include over 40 government and industry technologies, products and programs which will be showcased during the unclassified Technology Exposition. During the Expo, forum attendees will be exposed to technologies, programs, subject matter expertise, data management/analytical tools, geospatial/mapping capabilities, and other products to support their national security and homeland security mission.
Invited Agencies Include:
- Office of the Director of National Intelligence
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security
- U.S. Department of Justice
- Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives
- Drug Enforcement Administration
- U.S. Coast Guard
- U.S. Secret Service
- U.S. Marshal Service
- Customs and Border Protection
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement
- Homeland Security Investigations
- Defense Intelligence Agency
- National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
- National Security Agency
- And Many More
OPTIONAL FORUM PRESENTATIONS
On Tuesday, 31 March forum attendees are invited to participate in a series of special presentations on national systems and other interagency initiatives. This is an optional portion of the forum; as such, a separate RSVP is requested during the registration process.
We look forward to you joining the NRO and over 250 representatives of the national law enforcement, homeland security, intelligence, DoD and supporting communities to collaborate, share information, explore new technologies, and network with colleagues on topics vital to national security.