NTW conference and expo important information.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Professionals interested in learning more about Distribution, Transportation, Travel, Security, and IT Industries. Government, Academic, Military and Industry leaders will share their knowledge. Participate in discussions in all modes of transportation across the passenger and freight spectrum. Find out what policies are impacting you now and in the future as a passenger (personal and business) and in transporting or shipping freight. Dialogue with the senior policy makers at DoT and DHS DHS Department of Homeland Security (USA)
DHS Department of Human Services
DHS Department of Health Services
DHS Demographic and Health Surveys
DHS Dirhams (Morocco national currency) and let them know how their decisions affect you and your organization.
LODGING Lodging or holiday accommodation is a type of accommodation. People who travel and stay away from home for more than a day need lodging mainly for sleeping. Other purposes are safety, shelter from cold and rain, having a place to store luggage and being able to take a
Attendees will be responsible for reserving their own lodging. InterContinental in·ter·con·ti·nen·tal
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There are NO parking facilities at the Convention Center, however the DC Metro (Subway subway: see rapid transit.
Underground railway system used to transport passengers within urban and suburban areas. The first subway line, 3. ) is fast, clean and convenient. Use the Mount Vernon Square Mount Vernon Square is a city square in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C.. It is located where the following streets would otherwise intersect: Massachusetts Avenue, New York Avenue, K Street, and 8th Street NW. stop on either the Green Line or the Yellow Line.
Attendees are reminded to have two forms of government issued identification with them for entrance to the Center.
EXHIBITOR AND SPONSOR INFORMATION REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW WWW or W3: see World Wide Web.
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VALUE PRICED BOOTHS Only $995 per 8' X 10' standard location booth * Price includes two free registrations with each booth * Display a vehicle (any size) for $995 per booth * Hall not carpeted Telephone, computer and electric, extra
EXHIBITS MANAGER Denny Edwards, 703-751-5011, email@example.com
SERVICE CONTRACTOR Geo. E. Fern Company, Attn: Missy Welch Welch , William Henry 1850-1934.
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SET-UP/DISMANTLE Set-up: Monday, 5/17/04, 1-6pm * Dismantle dis·man·tle
tr.v. dis·man·tled, dis·man·tling, dis·man·tles
a. To take apart; disassemble; tear down.
b. : Wednesday, 5/19/04, after 3:30pm
EXHIBIT HOURS Continuous both days (before professional program, after and during breaks) PLUS three dedicated periods: Tuesday, 5/18/04, 12:30-2pm and 4-6pm; Wednesday, 5/19/04, 11:20-1pm
SPONSORSHIPS Sponsorships from $300 to $10,000 are available. Contact Denny Edwards.
SCHEDULE 5/18/04 - Tuesday 9:15-10:15am Keynote Address and Recognition of NTW Poster Contest Winner --Secretary Norman Mineta, Department of Transportation 10:15-10:30am Break 10:30-11:10am Industry Viewpoint--"What is Impacting Your Personal and Business Travel?" 11:15-12:30pm Roundtable Discussion--"One Nation Moving People--The Traveler and the Passenger Services Industry" --Moderator, Ms. Marion Blakey * Administrator, FAA 12:30-2:00pm Exhibit Period I, Lunch, and Prize Drawings 2:00-2:30pm The DoT Viewpoint--"Moving Freight into the Future--The Dot Freight Study and Action Plan" --Mr. Jeffrey Shane, Under Secretary of Transportation for Policy 2:35-3:50pm Roundtable Discussion--"One Nation Moving Freight--A Multi-Modal Discussion of Transportation Public Policy" --Moderator, Mr. Jeffrey Shane 4:00-6:00pm Exhibit Period II and Prize Drawings 6:00-9:30pm Washington DC Chapter Reception 5/19/04 - Wednesday 9:00-9:40am "Meeting Security's Priorities" --Secretary Tom Ridge *, Department of Homeland Security 9:40-10:00am Break 10:00-11:20am Roundtable Discussion--"One Nation Moving Safely--Security Across the Passenger Freight Spectrum" --Moderator, Mr. Stephen McHale Deputy Administrator, TSA 11:20-1:00pm Exhibit Period III, Lunch and Prize Drawings 1:00-2:30pm Congressional Roundtable Discussion--"The View From Capitol Hill--The Centennial of Flight Aviation Authorization Act (Flight-100) and its Impact on Passenger Travel and Air Freight" 2:30-2:45pm Conference Wrap-Up 2:45-3:15pm Grand Prize Drawing * invited speakers