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Frequently Asked Questions: Events Edition

What are FMA’s learning and networking opportunities?

Build and strengthen relationships with other federal managers at chapter meetings and regional conferences. Gain inspiration and innovative ideas from FMA’s Annual Convention and Management Training Seminar. Discover the ways you can contribute and network. A listing of upcoming events and learning opportunities can be found on the FMA Events page. 

Where can I find a calendar of events?

A listing of upcoming events, learning opportunities, recent events can be found on the FMA Events page. 

When and where is this year’s annual convention and management training seminar?

You can find information on the annual convention and management training seminar on the FMA Events page. The annual convention is held in the metropolitan area of our nation’s capital of Washington, D.C. The meeting is usually held in March each year. Three months prior to convention, the registration links including information on early bird registration, hotel discounts and the convention agenda will be posted on to FMA's website.

What happens on training day?

The training day seminar features a full day of exceptional speakers and distinguished presenters from inside and outside government who provide attendees’ informative training on topics relevant to managing today’s federal workforce.

Are there FMA regional meetings?

Yes, FMA’s regional leadership holds annual meetings each year. The meeting locations vary within each region and registration and location information regarding these meetings can be found on our website on the FMA Events page.

Are there other local or regional meetings available to attend?

Local FMA chapters hold regular meetings. Also, on the FMA Events page, in addition to FMA events we list FMA partners' events as well. For more information on these additional education and training opportunities, please visit the FMA Events page.


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