Call for Presentations
AFITC 2021 will bring together information technology professionals, cyber professionals, Air War College/Air Command and Staff College students and academicians, decision makers, users, providers, program managers, requirements generators, contracting officers, acquisition managers, and finance managers. Stakeholders across the spectrum are currently working on developing the full training program, with more details to be announced soon.
This year’s theme, Strategic Competition: Accelerating Change in the Digital Age will draw from six major topic areas for the breakout seminars:
Strategic Competition: Accelerating Change in the Digital Age
To support this year’s theme, six (6) major topic areas for the break-out sessions have been established:
- Rock Solid Digital Foundation
- Cybersecurity that works
- NextGen Networking
- Cloud and Edge Capabilities
- User Experience for Warfighting Effect
- Enabling Digital Talent
- Software Development / DevSecOps
- Platform One
- Software Factories
- Airmen Coders
- Low Code / No Code
- Value of Open Source
- Data & AI
- Culture of Innovation
The Call for Presentations is Now Closed.
All presentations that were selected for the cancelled in person event have been selected for the virtual event; however, as pre-recorded sessions only. The presenters that were selected have been sent an email with instructions. All breakout session presentations will be pre-recorded. The pre-recorded presentations will be released at specific time according to the event agenda, and then will be made available for on-demand viewing for ~30 days after the completion of the event.
We ask that you send your slide submissions (PDF or PPT format) and pre-recorded video (MP4 format) by close of business, Monday, 20 September. It is suggested you record your presentation in Microsoft Teams or Zoom to export the MP4 file. Presentations should be no longer than 45 minutes. There are a few options for sending in your presentations:
- The preferred and primary method is our Drop Box link: https://www.dropbox.com/request/SofLoKXrkOAyiwHhX2SA
- If for some reason that does not work, you can send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR DOD PRESENTORS:Please ensure that your topic is approved for public release by your local Public Affairs Office (PAO). For any reason, if your local PAO cannot assist you, please contact Lt Col Caraballo and MSgt Sahagun for details.
We want to thank you again for your patience. Please keep an eye out on the AFITC website below for any updates.