The Moorman Center SpaceTime series is an innovative and flexible platform that facilitates a candid dialogue between key U.S. Government officials and U.S. industry participants on a broad range of critical national security space topics. SpaceTime interviews are held at either the unclassified or classified (Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information or TS SCI) level and are conducted either in-person or online. This provides NSSA member company representatives and other participants a chance to interact directly with and ask questions of senior DOD, IC and other Executive and Legislative branch officials on topics that affect our nation's defense and space industries. Recent SpaceTime interviews have been held with Mr. William Adkins, Professional Staff Member of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense; Dr. Byron Knight, Chief Scientist, Advanced Systems and Technology Directorate, National Reconnaissance Office; and Dr. Derek Tournear, Director, Space Development Agency.
National Space Intelligence Center (NSIC) Space Threats Circuit Briefing Series
The Moorman Center is proud to be the only industry group that receives this monthly classified briefing prepared by talented analysts at the National Space Intelligence Center (NSIC, also known as Space Delta 18). The topics of these monthly classified briefings are determined by NSIC. Such briefings provide important insights into foreign space and counterspace capabilities and trends that can help influence the design and operations of U.S. national security space systems.
As the thought leadership hub of the Association, the Moorman Center sponsors insightful papers on a broad range of timely national security space topics of interest to U.S. industry and our counterparts in Government. Recent publications include “Occasional Paper - Redesigning Space Forces for Deterrence and Warfighting”, “United State Space Command: Progress and Opportunities”, “NSSA Space Strategic Review Letter”, and “Leveraging Commercial Space Capabilities for U.S. National Security”. Additional papers will be published soon.