Albany State-CALM


The Second Annual CALM Symposium held February 5th – 7th 2013 in Savannah, Georgia.

The Theme for this year is, “Optimizing Logistics and Supply Chain Effectiveness in Times  of Crisis and Disasters”.

Guest speakers include:

VADM Mark Harnitchek Director
Defense Logistics Agency

Maj Gen Michael Dana
Assistant Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics, USMC.

This symposium brings industry, government, and academia together to examine how crisis situations are creating opportunities for optimizing logistics and supply chains.

There are planned tours available of the Port of Savannah, and numerous Workshop tracks:

  • Track A - Case Examples of Operating in Times of Crisis and Natural Disasters (Supply Chain and Distribution)
  • Track B - Methods of Contingency Planning and Risk Management in Support of Disaster Response
  • Track C - National level Supply Chain Management Capabilities Open to Small Business in Times of Crisis
  • Track D - Emergency Supply Chain Management Models to be Exploited in Times of Crisis

For more information:
Emal:  Tammy Kicker
Call: Albany State University College of Business at 229-430-2749.