Attendance at this event is restricted to U.S. citizens who possess a final SECRET security clearance verifi ed by the Security Office Coordinator.
Security Clearance Certification Form (Download PDF)
All attendees, including speakers, aides, executive offi cers, assistants, etc., must submit the Security Clearance Certification Form found on page 7. The Security Clearance Certification Form is separate from conference registration.
Submitting a Security Clearance Certification Form does NOT register you for the conference. You must also register with AIAA. All forms are due on 13 January 2012 to:
JPAS SMO: 3F4085
POC: (List “AIAA Conf” in the point of contact block in JPAS)
POC Phone: 703.284.4280
POC: Michael Vargo
POC Phone: 703.284.4280
POC E-mail: email@example.com
AIAA Strategic/Tactical – Missile Sciences Conference 2012
1100 Wilson Blvd (Suite 1600 – Attn: Vargo)
Arlington, VA 22209
Photographs are Required
Applicant’s name, organization, and photograph will be used by Raytheon to issue the conference badge. Photo will be matched to security clearance information. Submit a JPEG digital photograph (from middle of chest to top of head), 300 dpi or greater, 2 x 2 inches or greater in size, to Raytheon via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Label photo fi le as “last name, first initial.jpeg”.
The deadline for receipt of all Security Clearance Certifi cation Forms is 13 January 2011. Early submittal of the Security Clearance Certifi cation Form is strongly recommended. You will receive an e-mail confi rming receipt and approval of your clearance. NOTE: Hand-carried Security Clearance Certifi cation Forms will not be accepted at the conference site.
A security badge is required for admittance to the conference sessions. Each attendee will be required to produce a driver’s license, military I.D., or company photo I.D. prior to receiving a conference badge. Badges must be worn at the conference.
Electronic devices or electronic equipment of any kind—including cell phones, radios, PDAs, laptops, cameras, video/audio recording equipment, and two-way pagers—are not allowed in the session rooms. One-way pagers must be placed on vibrate during the conference sessions. Note-taking is not permitted in or around the conference sessions. Books, magazines, fliers, brochures, and other paper products will not be allowed in the conference sessions. Luggage and other baggage will not be allowed in the conference area. All handbags, purses, and personal possessions will be inspected upon entry into the conference area. Security spot checks may be made at any time.
All accepted and properly marked papers will be included in the AIAA Missile Sciences Conference proceedings provided to the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). No reference will be made to primary or alternate status. DTIC will make available individual copies of classified and certain limited distribution papers approximately eight weeks after the conference. To access DTIC on the Web, visit www.dtic.mil. DTIC is the Department of Defense focal point for collecting, storing, and disseminating information from, or relevant to, research, development, test, evaluation, analysis, and acquisition.