next activity of the Colorado Space Business
Roundtable (CSBR) will take place during the
17th National Space Symposium at the Broadmoor
Hotel in Colorado Springs. A special luncheon
will be held on Thursday, April 12 during the 4-
day event.

The CSBR and Space Foundation have merged in
order to take advantage of their mutual
interests. The CSBR consists of Colorado
leaders within the space business industry. The
Space Foundation conducts the annual National
Space Symposium, International Space Symposium,
Space Discovery Graduate Courses, Teaching With
Space in-services and Space in the Classroom

John Douglass, Aerospace Industries Association
(AIA) President, Chief Executive Officer and
General Manager, will be the featured speaker at
the CSBR luncheon. Douglass began his term as
seventh full-time executive of the 80 year-old
association in 1998, after a tour at the
Pentagon as Assistant Secretary of the Navy for
Research, Development and Acquisition. He
became an expert in systems acquisition and
earned national recognition in the field during
a career that included three years on Capitol
Hill after retiring from the Air Force as a
brigadier general. Douglass received an
undergraduate degree from the University of
Florida and advanced degrees from Texas Tech
University and Fairleigh Dickinson University.

The National Space Symposium takes place April 9-
12, 2001, and features panels, keynote speakers,
and more than 27,000 square feet of exhibits.
The agenda includes the Opening Ceremony with
the presentation of Foundation awards for space
achievement and public outreach, Corporate
Partnership recognition dinner and the
concluding Space Technology Hall of Fame Dinner.

The cost of the CSBR luncheon is $35 per person,
or $325 for a corporate table. Call 1-800-691-
4000 for reservations. Visit
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