In partnership with the Defense Security Service (DSS) Huntsville Field Office and Field Office Chief, Mr. Mark Schoenig, the NCMS Mid-South Chapter will host Mr. Ryan Dennis from PSMO-I on Thursday, December 15th.
TOPIC: JPAS to DISS Presentation
SPEAKER: Mr. Ryan Dennis, PSMO-I
WHEN: Thursday, 15 December 2016
TIME: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
LOCATION: 655 Discovery Drive, Bldg 3, Large Auditorium
Mr. Dennis will be providing an in-depth update on the deployment timeline and activities for DISS which is the system replacing JPAS for Industry in March 2017. If it all goes well, he is also looking into providing a brief demo of what the system will look like and how an outgoing visit request will work.
Chapter Chair, Paul J. Malone - email@example.com
Vice Chair, Darrell Flores - Darrell.Flores@peopletec.com
Treasurer, Deborah Jaramillo - firstname.lastname@example.org
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NCMS Tax Exempt #: TJ-23-7071-476
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