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7th Annual NASA Supply Chain Quality Assurance Conference  

Where
Goddard Base, Goett Auditorium (Bldg #3)

When
Oct 21, 2014   starts at 7:00 am

Register Now for Supply Chain 2014

3 Days at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)
Greenbelt, MD



October 21-23, 2014

October 21: 7:00am –  Visitor Badging & check-in, 8:30am – 5:00pm  activities
October 22: 7:00am – Conference check-in, 8:15am – 5:30pm activities 
October 23: 9:00am – 12:00pm activies

Online Registration: http://supplychain.gsfc.nasa.gov
Free registration, but it fills up quickly – Go to the Register and Agenda areas to find out more

ASQ members and colleagues are invited to attend Supply Chain 2014 – the 7th NASA Supply Chain Quality Assurance conference — on October 21 –23, 2014 at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, Maryland.  A leading, multi-disciplinary conference focused on fostering successful space missions, Supply Chain 2014 includes two full days of speakers (October 21-22), and a guided tour of GSFC facilities and a seminar (Data/Root Cause Analysis & Corrective/Preventive Actions) during the final morning of the conference (October 23). 

The co-chairs for Supply Chain 2014 are William A. Wrobel (Director, Wallops Flight Facility, NASA GSFC) and Judith N. Bruner (Director, Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate, NASA GSFC). The conference theme is Engineering Mission Success.

Go to the conference website (http://supplychain.gsfc.nasa.gov) to download the agenda, register for the conference, and view past agendas and presentations.  There is no conference fee, but all participants (including NASA employees) must register.  Those registering will receive confirmation and conference updates via email.

Since its start in 2007, the conference has become well established as an outstanding learning and networking event.  It brings together about 250 leaders and practitioners from the space industry and related suppliers, NASA, other federal agencies, and universities.   As reflected in the conference topics, the participants are involved in multiple aspects of space missions, including mission assurance, quality management, supply chain management, engineering and project/mission management.

Don’t delay registering as space is limited!  If there are any questions, please review the conference website, and use the "Contact" link to make the appropriate choice.