Registration Underway for Supply Chain 2016!

James Garvin, NASA GSFC’s Chief Scientist, provides his perspective on NASA science and exploration missions as part of the 2014 conference.Welcome to the website for the Supply Chain conference at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)! Since its start in 2007, the conference has become established as a highly-rated, multidisciplinary event focused on fostering successful space missions. The conference brings together leaders and practitioners from the space industry and related suppliers, universities, NASA, and other federal agencies. It is managed and produced by GSFC’s Safety and Mission Assurance Directorate.

Supply Chain 2016, the 8th NASA Supply Chain Quality Assurance Conference, will be held October 25 – 27, 2016 at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, Maryland. The conference includes two full days of speakers and panel sessions (October 25 – 26), a guided tour of GSFC facilities (morning of October 27) and two seminars (morning of October 27). There are no fees, but all participants (including NASA employees) must register. Registration via this website opened in mid-July.

Whether you are new to the conference or a past participant, you are invited to share your ideas and suggest speakers or topics for the conference. To do so, or to learn more about the conference, please contact Jonathan Root. A preliminary agenda will be posted in mid-July.

Go to Prior Years and Gallery to access presentations and photos prior conferences.

Participants in the 2012 conference on a guided tour of GSFC facilities
Participants in the 2012 conference on a guided tour of GSFC facilities