CALS Conference Slated For December 8 At USMMA-Kings Point

The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, N.Y., will host a conference on Computer-Aided Acquisition and Logistic Support (CALS) on Thursday, December 8.

The event is being cosponsored by the American Society of Naval Engineers and the Maritime Resource Center in cooperation with the Naval Sea Systems Command.

Entitled "CALS—Value Added to Government and Industry?" the conference will focus on three themes—"What CALS is and What the Paybacks are"; Where NAVSEA is Headed in CALS"; and "The Implications of CALS to Small Business." Key participants at the conference will be: Rear Adm. Guy H.

Curtis, Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, OPB-04B; Clifford Geiger, Deputy Chief Engineer Logistics, NAVSEA; Ted Lettes, Department of Commerce, Director, Small Business Technology; Alfred Skolnick, president, ASNE; and Stanley D. Myers, CALS Industry Steering Group.

The conference will provide an excellent opportunity to find out about CALS and its implications to DoD and industry.

For further information , contact: Sally Skolnick at (703) 836-6727 or Stan Meyers at (516) 682- 8552.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 58,  Nov 1988

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