Defense Strategies Institute builds successful partnerships with leading media, trade groups, and associations to advance the mission of the defense and homeland security communities we serve. We take pride in being supported by the following organizations as a nationally recognized ethical and relevant thought leader.

2016 Diamond Sponsor:

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Exo has extensive experience in space systems modeling, simulation, and effectiveness analysis. Our state-of-the-art technologies enable the best data-driven decisions and solutions for system development planners. We also offer cutting-edge capabilities for Space Situational Awareness for both military and commercial space customers.

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Event Media Partners

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The mission of this international online journal is to provide a high-quality, regularly-published, peer-reviewed publication that addresses all technical, scientific, systems and operations aspects of small satellites. This collective collaboration of researchers, scientists, and spacecraft engineers will provide an important forum for information exchange that will serve to enhance the functionality and utility of small satellites.

Learn More & Subscribe: http://www.jossonline.com/default.aspx

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Satnews Publishers is a leading provider of satellite news, publications, research and other satellite industry information in both commercial and military enterprises worldwide. Satnews offers a range of products and services to satellite professionals, including free daily news and magazines.

For a full list of our free publications please visit:  http://www.satnews.com

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Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation

RNT Foundation is a nonprofit, public benefit corporation that helps protect critical infrastructure by promoting resilient navigation and timing worldwide.

Navigation and timing services are essential to every aspect of our digital age. We believe:

  • Navigation and timing services should be recognized and protected as critical infrastructure.
  • Enforcement efforts and penalties for interfering with navigation and timing services should be appropriate to the potential harm to persons and economic activity.
  • Multiple, resilient sources of wide area and localized navigation and timing are needed for a healthy and balanced “ecosystem.” These sources should have greatly different failure modes making it unlikely a single event could impact all users.

Be an advocate for resilient navigation and timing, join our ranks today!