Apr 10 - 13

Cambridge, MD

Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

Join Us for The Preeminent Conference for Senior Federal Managers at The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay. Together with your peers, you’ll explore ways to execute the Administration’s newest policy initiatives to forward the business of government and best serve the citizen. FedSMC is presented for government, by government, with registration open only to government employees. Spanning from Sunday afternoon through Wednesday morning, this 3 ½ day off-site conference is widely attended by government managers and executives and provides in-depth discussion and dialogue on the most critical management topics facing government. At the FedSMC you will enjoy the opportunity to: • Hear timely and content rich keynotes from industry and government visionaries. • Tap a wealth of government leadership ideas and direction. • Discuss your management questions together with other government thought leaders The Federal Senior Management Conference is open to government only and offers solid content, team-building activities, continuing education credits, and networking with peer managers from across government. EARLY DISCOUNTED 2011 CONFERENCE PRICE: The Early Government-Only Full Conference is $695. For Further Information and Sponsorship Inquiries, Please Contact Event Management Kathryn Nanai | HCI | Tel: 703.969.0800 | knanai@hosky.com Peg Hosky | HCI | Tel: 202-237-0300 | peg@hosky.com Keep posted for updates on www.FedSMC.com and follow us on twitter @Fedinsider

Senior Government Managers, Primarily Civilian Agencies

Registration Opens: 01/09/2011 Cost: $695

Contact Name: Kristie Clement

ph: 571-266-6693 email: kristie@hosky.com

Company Info:

Hosky Communications


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