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August 2016

2016 National Capital Area Summer Picnic

August 6, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Co-sponsored by: Washington Section Come to the joint Northern VA/Washington Section Annual Picnic! When:    Saturday, August 6, Noon - 3:30 pm (or later) Where:   Knights of Columbus Council 2473 :            5115 Little Falls Rd:            Arlington, VA 22207 Bring a side dishes or dessert, hot or cold, homemade or store bought, to share with the group.  Also, bring your children, significant other, guests, swimwear and games!  NO alcohol or glass containers are permitted.  The sections will provide burgers, hot dogs, and…

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2016 National Capital Area Summer Picnic

August 6, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by: Washington Section Come to the joint Northern VA/Washington Section Annual Picnic! When:    Saturday, August 6, Noon - 3:30 pm (or later) Where:   Knights of Columbus Council 2473 :            5115 Little Falls Rd:            Arlington, VA 22207 Bring a side dishes or dessert, hot or cold, homemade or store bought, to share with the group.  Also, bring your children, significant other, guests, swimwear and games!  NO alcohol or glass containers are permitted.  The sections will provide burgers, hot dogs, and…

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January 2017

Excellence, Cybersecurity, and Risk – Building on the Baldrige Excellence Builder to Lead Organizations Forward

January 19, 2017 @ 10:30 pm - January 20, 2017 @ 1:00 am

As industries and organizations struggle to come to terms with the sheer breadth of the Cybersecurity Framework and work towards implementation of the NIST Risk Management Framework, NIST’s recently released DRAFT Baldrige Cybersecurity Excellence Builder provides an effectiveness assessment and related guidance to help them build a more robust path forward. The Baldrige Excellence Builder provides an approach that categorizes cybersecurity risk-related concerns in pertinent organization and process components for prioritization and remediation. Dove-tailing with the heightened focus on cyber…

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March 2017

What Systems Engineers Need to Know About Software

March 20, 2017 @ 10:00 pm - March 21, 2017 @ 12:00 am

The F16, which first flew in 1976, relied on software for 40% of its capability. For F-22s in 1997, it was 80%.  By 2006, the F-35 relied on software for 90% or more. In nearly all domains—education, medicine, transportation, education—software-based systems are providing unprecedented system function. Systems engineers are heeding these changes: as little as five years ago systems engineering conference papers had little to do with the increasing amount of software in systems, while today’s conference themes are all…

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