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Current News and Highlights:

We will post the briefs and photos ASAP.

Summary participation was:

Congress; 2 Members & 8 staff 10
Fed Exec DC  HQ 11
International 2
State 4
Local Gov't  14
Academia  17
Major Business  55
SB  281
Fed Labs/Agencies  71
Professional Associations  49
                                        Total 514

SMART PROC ’14 Federal VIPs


Senator Benjamin Cardin 

Congressman John Delaney

Julianna Albowicz Representing Senator Barbara Mikulski

Terrance Taylor Representing US House Whip Steny Hoyer (SMART Caucus co-founder)

Kevin Reigrut Representing Congressman Harris (SMART Caucus MD R co-leader)

        Staff of Congressman Van Hollen

  Fed Exec DC:

Mr. John Tenaglia, SES, Deputy Director Contracting Policy and International Contracting, Office of

            Undersecretary of Defense, Acquisition, Technology and Logistics  

  Flag Officers / Civilian Deputies:

MG Brian Lein (USA), Commanding General, USAMRMC

MG Joseph Brendler (USA), US CYBERCOM

MG Bruce Crawford (USA), Commanding General, U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command

        Mr. Jyuji Hewitt (SES), Executive Deputy to the CG, RDECOM  

Mr. Robert Gill, Executive Deputy to the CG (USAF), US Air Force Military Construction Programs 

  Host Federal Agency:

Colonel Stephen Middlecamp, Garrison Commander, Fort Detrick

New Technology Session: SMART Congressional Caucus 2015 Priorities: Manufacturing Tech and Tech Transfer

Abstract: This session will address the SMART Caucus’ top two priorities for 2015; Manufacturing Tech and Tech Transfer/Tech Commercialization. Terrance Taylor, Dep District Director for Congressman Steny Hoyer and lead SMART Caucus Staffer will briefly address the strategic results of the 15th annual Capitol Hill Forum, identifying our 2015 priorities. Bob Carullo, SMART Executive Director, will present an overview of planning for and leadership of SMART’s 2015 TT/TC Program (with a Manufacturing Tech Focus). Carl Livesay, Maryland DBED Manufacturing Director and new SMART Manufacturing Group Chair, will then lead a panel session on his plans for the SMART Manufacturing Tech Group to actively support Mid-Atlantic leadership of Additive Manufacturing and Manufacturing Technologies.

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SMART Advantage

The SMART Congressional initiative is the integration of regional Science & Technology activities for issues, events & projects among the SMART Congressional Delegation (8 Senators and 39 Representatives of DE, MD, NJ & PA), the Federal Executive Branch DC HQs, our International Allies, the four State governments (Executive & Legislative branches) and the regional technical, economic development and education/workforce development communities. The SMART Not For Profit membership company was formed to execute the vision of this initiative. SMART membership is composed of academia, businesses, government labs/field agencies and professional associations. The SMART membership will continue to execute the daily actions of SMART via 15 focus groups. SMART is a national model for regional actions; SMART has members and participation from across the nation. Further, SMART is extremely active with our International Allies.

Since 1999, SMART has conducted 292 significant events, addressed numerous case studies and facilitated $624M in direct SMART projects and $1.2B in indirect projects. Contact Executive Director Robert Carullo at or 609-304-2904. 


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