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Getting DoD funding To Develop Serious Games For Military Training

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Learn How to Get Contracts with the DOD;
June Online Conference Spells it Out

ORLANDO -- June 3, 2020 -- Game developers and instructional designers have the opportunity to apply for funding from the federal government to produce new technology the military can use for training. Serious Play Conference ONLINE speakers will discuss what the DOD needs and how to apply on June 23-25, 2020.

Serious Play sessions will talk about what the military needs from game developers, opportunities with the armys synthetic training development and learn where to apply for funding from various military departments.

Game-based learning is used by the U.S. government to train and teach soldiers necessary skills.

Games and simulations have evolved in their usage in military settings, conference speaker re-tired Gen. Frank Kelley said. Today the government looks to young tech start-ups, funding them to offer new ideas and uses of technology for military training."

Conference sessions will include:
What the Military Needs Now from Game Developers
Frank Kelley, Defense Acquisition University

Opportunities for Developers with the Army's Synthetic Training Development
Gary Frost, Deputy Director Army Futures Command

PANEL: Finding Funding from the Department of Defense
Ret. Gen. Frank Kelley, DAU Michelle Currier, Professor of Contract Management, DAU; Diana Teel, Central Florida Tech Bridge Director, Naval Warfare Center Training Systems Division

All sessions will be recorded for attendees to have the opportunity to review information again later.

Registration for the panels and workshops on qualifying for and securing government funding costs only $175. Go to:

For more information on the Main Conference, go to:

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Sue Bohle
(310) 721 9083