The National Governors Association (NGA) welcomes you to the 2019 NGA Winter Meeting. Registration and business sessions will be located at the Marriott Marquis, 901 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC, 20001. Dress for the Winter Meeting is business attire.
General Registration Information
Please complete the online registration form to attend the NGA Winter Meeting by 12:00 p.m. (ET) Monday, February 18. After this date, attendees must register onsite.
All attendees must obtain and wear their meeting credential throughout the meeting. For compliance with security, two forms of identification are required to register. One must be a government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license or passport. The other should identify the individual’s business affiliation. Personal credit cards are not a valid form of identification. Media must show a current press credential or business card.
NGA reserves the right to reject the registration application and revoke credentials of anyone whose behavior is disruptive to the meeting and associated events.
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Registration Location and Hours of Operation
Meeting registration for all attendees will be in the (location tbd) at the Marriott Marquis, 901 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC, 20001.
Hours of Operation (tentative, all Eastern Time):
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& Housing Contact Information
Senior Meeting Planner
444 North Capitol Street
Washington, DC 20001
Direct: 202 624-5389
It is recommended that meeting attendees register, request housing and make their travel plans as soon as possible. The National Governors Association (NGA) has reserved a block of sleeping rooms for meeting attendees at the Marriott Marquis, 901 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC, 20001.
The NGA room rate is $181 and current sales tax 14.5%. Rates are based on single/double occupancy. For questions about accommodations, suite availability and rates, contact Tonya Smith firstname.lastname@example.org or 202 624-5389.
Attendees must book their rooms online through this website. If you do not book your hotel reservation via the NGA registration process, you will not receive the NGA meeting rate. NGA is unable to assist with room reservations made outside the NGA room block.
NGA will not guarantee housing as of Wednesday, February 6. If accommodations are available after this date, they may be at a rate higher than the NGA meeting rate. NGA meeting attendees may request rooms via the housing website until 12:00 p.m. (ET) onWednesday, February 6; requests will be filled based on room availability. Changes to housing reservations must be submitted in writing via email to email@example.com by Monday, February 4. After this date, all requests for new reservations or changes and cancellations to existing reservations must be made by calling the hotel directly at 202-824-9200.
Hotel Cancellation Policy
The hotel requires a credit to confirm each hotel reservation request. If you need to cancel a hotel reservation, contact the hotel at least 72 hours prior to arrival to avoid paying a penalty.
Americans with Disabilities Notice
NGA is committed to making its meetings accessible to all attendees. If you have any special needs please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
By registering for this event, the registrant consents to allow NGA to use personally identifiable information (“PII”) collected for official purposes associated with this event only. NGA uses information collected to make hotel reservations, process charges to credit cards and facilitate security for the meeting. NGA undertakes reasonable efforts to ensure that all PII collected on or through our websites remains secure, including one or more technologies and processes such as encryption, access control procedures, firewalls, physical security and other measures. NGA treats member and customer information confidentially, and we do not release event invitation and registration lists to third parties unless required by law or legal process. Of course, no website security measures are infallible, and no website is impervious to unauthorized or malicious intrusion.