Enterprise Perspective Seminar
In the second decade of the 21st Century, American security concerns are broader and more multi-dimensional than at any other time in our nation’s history. In a world defined by regional disputes and big-power rivalries Congress and the Administration face a list of daunting political and military challenges—both domestic and international—that will need to be effectively addressed. This four-day Enterprise Perspective Seminar will bring together a faculty of internationally recognized experts who, in an “off-the-record” setting, will discuss these issues and offer various perspectives on Administration policies and Congressional initiatives that will inevitably impact the Department of Defense.
- Governance in America: Personal Responsibility and the National Interest
- Myths and Realities of Legislative Politics: A Lobbyist’s Perspective
- Demographics and Social Change: Public Opinion in a Changing America
- Power and Partisanship: Reflections on How Washington Really Works
- International Turmoil, Global Socialism, and U.S. National Interests
- The Future of the Supreme Court and Why It Matters
- The Modern Presidency in Times of Uncertainty and Global Turmoil
- Defining America: Perspectives on Immigration and Border Security
- The Ever Changing Nature of Terrorism and Transnational Crime
- The Geopolitics of Oil: The Myths of Global Production
- The Eurozone Crisis, Migration, and Populism
- The New Media and Its Impact on U.S. National Interests
- Unexpected Success Stories…Despite Massive Problems
- The Transformation of Emerging Markets and What it Means
- Wiki at War: Conflict in a Socially Networked World
- Countries are Imaginary—Not Only to Their Residents
*The above topics may change to address current events at the time of the seminar.
The program moderator will be of international stature and have extensive professional experience in the policy issues covered in this three-day seminar. The moderator will facilitate, when necessary, dialogue between the speakers and participants, as well as lead the group discussions and Q&A sessions.
The fee for the four-day workshop is $2,475 per person (a discount is available for groups of three or more). The program will feature approximately 18-20 separate presentations. Also included are daily continental breakfasts and working luncheons. The workshop will be held in a private meeting room at the Capitol Hill Club. An on-site staff person will assist participants as needed and coordinate daily activities.
The target audience for these workshops are civilians (GS-15 and above) and military (O-6 and above). Others who have a special interest in the subject, need-to-know, or are in key positions may apply. Workshop space is limited to assure participants ample time for open discussion with presenters. Upon registration, attendees will receive confirmation via email within five days. Cancellations will be accepted in writing up to two weeks prior to each program. After that time, substitutions will be accepted. The Agency will be billed if registration is cancelled after the deadline.
If you have any questions or need further information, please call Iris Fernandez or Patricia Patton at 703-684-8807.
The Capitol Hill Workshops will be held in private meeting rooms at the Capitol Hill Club, located at 300 First Street SE, in Washington, DC. The Club is directly across the street from the Capitol South Metro Station (Blue and Orange Lines). Business attire for participants is required.
Reporting information concerning registration time and meeting room assignment will be sent to all participants approximately two weeks prior to the start of each program. The meeting room will open at 7:45 am and seminars will be conducted from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
These programs are informal and strictly “off-the-record.” No video, power point or audio-visual aids are utilized in seminar presentations.
Excellent overview of an incredibly important subject given world events and a new administration. Great insights. Great speakers. Well done!G.G., Air Force • Transnational Issues Seminar April 2017
Speakers bring a refreshing perspective on government/politics and social economics (U.S and foreign). Great Insight to happenings on the Hill, Pentagon and White House.J. Falbo, Navy
Absolutely enjoyed the program's overall structure. The moderator did a great job of weaving the different topicsD. Merker, Air Force
Truly outstanding insight/superior historical background and great stories born throughout scars of experience; I attended National War College and they are known for great speakers/first-hand experience - yours were better. Huge thanks; extremely well done!M. Weaver, Wright Patterson Airforce Base
I consider myself well-read, but this seminar opened many areas that will require additional study, consideration, and preparation. Well done!T.H., Air Force • National and International Secuirty Leadership Seminar February 2017