Jun 04

Annapolis Junction, MD

Concurrent Technologies Corporation 8530 Corridor Road

Our goal each month is to provide an informative and relevant industry professional or government official to present on agency or program-specific information. Due to facility security requirements, the following conditions apply: * All participants are required to be U.S. Citizens representing U.S. owned/controlled organizations. * Government-issued photo identification (military id, drivers license or passport) is required. * Pre-paid registration is required to confirm attendance. * Event registration closes at 12pm EST on the Wednesday immediately preceding the event. No registrations will be processed after this time. * Credit card payments are due prior to registration closing. Unpaid registrations will be deleted from the attendee list prior to submission to the host facility manager. To remit credit card payment by fax, please download this fax registration form (http://faxform.theasbc.org) and fax it to 410-381-2381 no later than Noon on the Wednesday preceding the event. Check payments must be received no later than five business days prior to the event. Please make checks payable to The ASBC and mailed to: The ASBC PO Box 2786 Columbia, MD 21045-1786

U.S. Citizens representing U.S. owned/controlled providing products/services in support of government agency program requirements.

Registration Opens: 02/15/2010 Cost: $35.00

Contact Name: Linda Goetz

ph: 410-381-7378 fx: 410-381-2381 email: events@theasbc.org

Company Info:

The American Small Business Coalition (The ASBC)


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