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FMA's 82nd National Convention & Management Training Seminar
Leadership: Shaping the Future
March 29 - April 1, 2020
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Sunday, March 29: Delegate Registration
Monday, March 30: General Session, Internal Business
Actively participate in setting FMA's agenda for interacting with Congress and the administration.
Cast a vote for the next National President and National Secretary.
Consider Resolutions and review FMA's Issue Briefs in preparation for visiting Capitol Hill.
Tuesday, March 31 : Management Training Seminar
Tour of the Library of Congress
Wednesday, April 1: Day on the Hill, Closing Reception
Armed with the Association's Issue Briefs, delegates meet with their members of Congress. This is your opportunity to voice your concerns and suggestions as a federal manager. Let your representatives know that you are a voting constituent. Finish the day by relaxing and discussing your Capitol Hill visits at the Closing Reception.
Convention Registration Fees*
*Registration fee includes Breakfasts, Break Refreshments, Training Seminar, Tuesday Luncheon and Closing Reception
Training Only Fees**
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
$189 single or double (rates guaranteed through March 6)
Be sure to mention FMA when registering
All registrations are transferable. In the event that you cannot attend, please send a colleague in your place. If this is not an option, a fee of $100 will be assessed if registration is cancelled by February 14, 2020. Fifty percent of the registration fee is assessed if cancelling through February 29, 2020. No refunds will be issued after March 1, 2020. All cancellations must be in written form.
To request a cancellation, or to make any registration changes, please notify FMA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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