The Future of Transportation and Supply Chain Security

 

Overview
On the morning of May 24, 2013, the Homeland Security Policy Institute at GWU is hosting a half-day conference looking at the current policy landscape for transportation security, inclusive of all major modes (aviation, maritime, and surface transportation), and considering not only passenger-focused transportation security but also the security of the movement of goods through the supply chain.


The conference will focus on the challenges that U.S. government agencies and private sector stakeholders will face in carrying out their transportation and supply chain security missions in the years ahead, and examine the policy issues that will impact these stakeholders’ operational imperatives.

In conjunction with the conference the Homeland Security Policy Institute will be releasing a paper looking at key challenges and opportunities with respect to transportation and supply chain security in light of evolving threats and emerging conditions.


Keynote Address
The Honorable John Pistole
Administrator, Transportation Security Administration


Panelists 
Christa Brzozowski
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, Global Supply Chain Security, National Security Staff

Dan Baldwin
Executive Director for Cargo and Conveyance Security, Office of Field Operations, Customs and Border Protection

Thomas L. Farmer
Assistant Vice President - Security, American Association of Railroads

Norm Schenk
Vice President, Global Customs Policy and Public Affairs, UPS


Moderated by 
Christian Beckner
Deputy Director, HSPI

 

Sponsored By: