GovTravels 2020 FAQ

Jan 7, 2020 | From HQ

It’s a new year and a new opportunity to network and collaborate with decision-makers in passenger travel at GovTravels 2020. Still on the fence about GovTravels 2020? Here are some commonly asked questions, and reasons why you should attend!

Q: I haven’t heard about this event before. What is GovTravels?
A: GovTravels is an annual symposium where passenger travel professionals from government and industry gather to meet, learn and collaborate on regulations, technology, challenges and best practices in government travel. This year’s event is Feb. 24-26 at the Hilton Mark Center in Alexandria, VA.

Q: Is this just a military-oriented event? Who is GovTravels for?
A: If you work in passenger travel services for any part of the federal government, a state government, or the private sector related to government travel, GovTravels is for you.

Q: What value will I get by attending GovTravels?
A: You will experience a broad set of benefits: Presentations by leaders in government travel, access to decision-makers and thought leaders, academy sessions and targeted government/industry meetings with the Defense Travel Management Office and GSA’s Office of Travel and Transportation Services. Not to mention the opportunity to network with colleagues and share your expertise!

Q: What organizations are involved?
A: We’ve created the program with input from DTMO, GSA, and private sector stakeholders. Leading companies across the travel industry—including Amtrak, Avis Budget Group, BCD Travel, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Concur, Cornerstone Information Systems, Inc., Crowne Plaza San Diego, CWTSatoTravel, Duluth Travel Incorporated, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Lodging Hospitality Management, mLINQS, LLC, Oakwood Worldwide, Omega World Travel, Sabre Travel Network, South African Airways, Southwest Airlines, SuiteAmerica, The Hertz Corporation, and Travelport—are already sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees.

To hear more about our GovTravels, follow us on LinkedIn @National Defense Transportation Association Headquarters or Twitter (#GovTravels2020)

There are less than two weeks until “early bird” prices expire on Jan. 17, 2020 registration—act now!

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