San Diego Business Journal

Panelists to Discuss Dealing With Possible Defense Spending Changes in Nov. 29 Program

Thursday, November 15, 2012

The outlook for reduced defense spending and how businesses can deal with that prospect is the topic of a panel discussion set for Nov. 29 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt hotel in downtown San Diego.

The program, “Post-Election 2013: Defending Yourself From Reduced Defense Spending,” gets under way at 8 a.m. Breakfast will be served at 7:30.

Scheduled to speak are Kim Koster, director of integrated program management solutions at Deltek Inc.; Tony Nufer, general manager of Vector Planning & Services Inc.; Alan Stewart, executive vice president and chief financial officer at Epsilon Systems Solutions; and Jay Thomas, vice president of finance with Cubic Corp.

Early bird registration of $45 ends Nov. 15. The cost is $55 after Nov. 15.

Members of the San Diego Military Advisory Council, also known as SDMAC, can attend for $25.

Online registration is available at www.sdbj.com/bizevents. To register by phone, contact Shannon Taylor at 858-277-6695.

Deltek is the event’s sponsor. The program will be presented by the San Diego Business Journal and SDMAC.

The Manchester Grand Hyatt is at 1 Market Place.

— SDBJ Staff Report