GovTravels 2018 – “The Future of Government Travel”
March 5 – 7, 2018 | Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, VA
NDTA is pleased to announce that registration is now open for GovTravels 2018. GovTravels is the only event where decision makers from government and industry gather to meet, learn and collaborate on common travel issues. Our 2018 theme is The Future of Government Travel.
If you work in passenger travel and related services for the federal government, a state government, or the private sector, GovTravels is for you. We are proud to co-sponsor this important event again with the Defense Travel Management Office, and we’ve created an exciting program with input from DTMO, the General Services Administration, and private sector stakeholders. This year’s speakers include leaders such as Mike Premo, President and CEO, Airlines Reporting Corporation, and John Bergin, Business Technology Officer, Department of Defense Chief Information Officer.
NDTA is also hosting a full-scale exposition, where organizations can highlight their travel solutions and offerings, and attendees can benefit from the sharing of information. For more information, please visit our GovTravels sponsorship/expo page. We look forward to seeing you in March 2018!
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