The Insider

The week ahead

February 05, 2018 |
Tony Bertuca

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will head to Capitol Hill this week to discuss the Nuclear Posture Review and National Defense Strategy with lawmakers. Meanwhile, a short-term continuing resolution is set to expire Thursday, threatening another government shutdown. Several defense contractors are slated to present at a conference.

Monday

Booz Allen Hamilton executives are slated to discuss the company's quarterly earnings.

Tuesday

Mattis and Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Paul Selva will discuss the Nuclear Posture Review and National Defense Strategy with the House Armed Services Committee.

The House Armed Services tactical air and land forces subcommittee holds a hearing on physiological episodes in military aircraft.

The Association of Unmanned Aerial Systems holds a three-day event with senior military leaders at National Harbor, MD.

Wednesday

The Senate Armed Services airland subcommittee holds a hearing on Army modernization.

The Senate Armed Services emerging threats and capabilities subcommittee holds a hearing on defending the U.S. homeland.

The House Armed Services military personnel subcommittee holds a hearing on senior leader misconduct.

Executives from Boeing, KeyW, Leidos and Northrop Grumman are slated to speak at a Cowen & Co. conference.

Thursday

The stopgap continuing resolution is set to expire, threatening a government shutdown.

Executives from Lockheed Martin and Raytheon are set to present at a Cowen & Co. conference.

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