The NSA Technology Transfer Program (TTP) builds on innovation and shares knowledge by collaborating with industry, academia and other government agencies to roll NSA technology out to the marketplace and to bring external technology in to NSA.
Join the Fort Meade Alliance’s Meade Business Connect (MBC) for the next MBC Opportunities & Connections on January 14 at Praxis Engineering to network with regional business leaders and learn more about how the NSA TTP creates partnerships to move technology from the lab to the marketplace, enable greater efficiency, advance technology, and help grow the economy.
Our speaker will be NSA TTP Director Linda Burger. Burger has owned and operated an IT business and led technology-based economic development programs. A Certified Licensing Professionals, she has a strong understanding of licensing and commercialization of intellectual property and she recognizes experience, proficiency, knowledge.
The MBC Opportunities & Connections series gives you the opportunity to meet with prime contractors and other key connections in the Fort Meade government contracting community in a small group setting. Connect with members who have experience and knowledge in cyber security contracting, finance and legal services. Registration is $35 per person for FMA members and $55 for nonmembers. Register online.
The event will be held from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm on Thursday, January 14, at Praxis Engineering in National Business Park. Registration is $35 for FMA members and $55 for nonmembers.