The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Southwest Chapter will sponsor the first ever Cyber, Tech, & Tactical Expo at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) on Thursday, March 21, 2024. The Cyber, Tech, & Tactical Expo is being coordinated with the Office of the Commander, and all YPG personnel will be notified about the opportunity to attend this event. There will also be a Senior Leadership Tour of the exhibits as well.
The goal of this event is to provide the latest cybersecurity updates, to promote innovation in technology, and to explore new concepts in tactical technology and Interoperability.
All companies will cyber, information technology, and tactical technology capabilities are invited to exhibit.
About U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG)
U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) facilitates collaboration and integration efforts between different branches of the military and government agencies. It serves as a hub where various technologies and systems can be tested together to ensure interoperability and effectiveness in joint operations. collaboration and integration efforts between different branches of the military and government agencies. It serves as a hub where various technologies and systems can be tested together to ensure interoperability and effectiveness in joint operations.
YPG is the Army's premier test center. Featuring the longest overalnd artillery range in the nation, YPG conducts developmental testing on nearly every piece of equipment in the ground combat arsenal. The proving ground is at the forefront of Army modernization efforts, actively supporting six of the Army Futures Command's cross-functional teams building the future force.
YPG manages test operations at three locations: Yuma Test Center in Yuma, Arizona; Cold Regions Test Center at Fort Greely, Alaska; and Tropic Regions Test Center on leased land at multiple locations in Central and South America.
Yuma Proving Ground is Yuma County's top civilian employer, with over 2,000 civilian personnel. According to a comprehensive survey of Arizona's military installations, YPG's combined direct, indirect, and induced economic impact is in excess of $1.1 billion annually.
About the NDIA Southwest Chapter
The NDIA Southwest Chapter consists of over 1,500 members from Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah representing professionals, small and medium enterprises, and large defense contractors in a wide array of industries serving the Defense Industrial Base. The Chapter is committed to supporting NDIA programs and activities, to providing a means for liaison with federal government agencies and personnel and facilitating education and collaborations in support of the Defense Industrial Base within the region.
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