2018 NDTA-USTRANSCOM Fall Meeting Registration

Lodging is not included in registration – please go here* to book lodging. NDTA is the only authorized organization to hold a block of rooms at the Gaylord National Harbor, Washington D.C. for the 2018 Fall meeting.
*Please be sure to book your room through the link to guarantee the NDTA negotiated rates and ensure NDTA achieves the contracted room block minimum.
 You will have the choice to pay now or pay later by check or credit card.
Dress — Military:  Class B, khakis, blue short sleeve (tie optional).



Early Bird
(prior to Sep. 22)
After Sep. 22
Full meeting, NDTA member $795 $895
Full meeting, non-member $895 $995
Individual day (Oct. 22-24) $450 $500
Individual day (Oct 25) $100 $150


TDY Registration – Includes all general sessions, classes, seminars, receptions and lunch.

TDY Full Fall Meeting, Oct. 22-25 $300
TDY Individual Day, Oct. 22-24 $120
TDY Individual Day, Oct. 25 $25


Local D.C. Area (Non-TDY) Registration – Includes all general sessions, classes, seminars, and receptions.
Does NOT include lunch. Optional lunch package is available for purchase (per DOD regulations, lunch is not reimbursable for local area personnel.)

Local/Non-TDY Full Fall Meeting, Oct. 22-25 $270*
Local/Non-TDY Individual Day, Oct. 22-24 $110**
Local/Non-TDY Individual Day, Oct. 25 $25


* Lunch option for full meeting Oct. 22-24 is $30. Lunch is non-reimbursable for “local” participants per DOD regulations

** Lunch option for Oct. 22, 23 or 24 is $10 per day. Lunch is non-reimbursable for “local” participants per DOD regulations

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