[ESIP-all] Winter Federation meeting

Carol B. Meyer carol.meyer at earthsciencefoundation.org
Tue Dec 7 13:36:21 EST 2004

This email serves as a reminder that registration is now open for the Winter
2005 ESIP Federation meeting (January 4-6, 2005 in Washington, DC).  Join us
at this 3-day working meeting to help the Federation community tackle key
technical questions and to chart out a direction for reaching new users.
This conference, though different in format than past meetings, surely will
engage you and stimulate new ideas about your place within this dynamic
community.  In addition to the overall working sessions, our meeting will
feature prominent speakers from NASA (Ron Birk), NOAA (Admiral Conrad
Lautenbacher) and EPA (Gary Foley).  All speakers have been confirmed and we
expect to hear the latest on each agency's priorities.  Our second
Opportunity Fair will take place on Wednesday evening, January 5.  We hope
that again all will participate in this fun, networking event.


Registration only takes a few minutes of your time.  So, get it out of the
way before the holidays hit by click here
<http://www.cmiregistration.com/user/org/category.jxp?org=487>  now to
register for the meeting.  You will need to register (when prompted) the
first time you use this new system.


A group block of rooms has been reserved at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel.
You must secure your reservation by December 20 in order to receive the
conference rate of $149/night.  This rate is less than the government rate
so be sure to book your room here
<http://marriott.com/property/propertypage/wassh>  and use the group code
ESIESIA to secure the best rate.


For full information on the meeting, please visit the Document
Center to get general information or to download information about entering
the Opportunity Fair.  For further information, please contact me at the
number below.



Carol B. Meyer

Deputy Executive Director

Foundation for Earth Science

1-877-870-3747 (phone)

919-870-7141 (fax)


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