NAR's 2017 FPC Training & Federal Policy Conference

Date: 
February 07, 2017 - February 09, 2017
Available Online: 
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Welcome to NAR’s 2017 FPC Training & Federal Policy Conference!

Join NAR’s political and policy governance leaders to gain insights and perspectives as a new Administration and the 115th Congress takes the reins of power. 

The 2017 NAR FPC Training Federal Policy Conference will be held at The Washington Hilton Hotel, February 7-9, 2017.

Registration

Your hotel reservation is part of the registration process and will require a credit card to guarantee it for late arrival. The credit card will be used to guarantee the room only and get charged in case of a no-show. Individual reservations may be canceled without charge until 6:00 pm on the day of your arrival. Please secure your hotel reservation on line as part of the registration process.

NOTE: Reservations booked directly with the hotel will not be eligible for reimbursement and/or given the negotiated NAR rate. The negotiated room rate is $269/night single/double, plus applicable taxes. For more information please go to the "Hotel and Flight Reservations" section, located on the main page.

Who Attends?

Schedule

The Conference consists of the following schedule:

Monday, Feb. 6

All Day – New FPC Arrivals

  • 4:00pm – 8:00pm: New FPC Welcome Lounge

Tuesday, Feb 7

All Day – Veteran FPC Arrivals
All-Day – Policy Conference Arrivals

  • 7:30am – 4:30pm: New FPC Meetings
  • 4:00pm – 5:00pm: PAAG Orientation
  • 5:30pm – 8:00pm: Federal Policy Conference Reception/Dinner (all FPCs attend)

Wednesday, Feb. 8

  • 8:00am – 4:00pm: Policy Conference
  • 4:00pm – 5:30pm: PAAG Meeting
  • 7:00pm – Until: PAAG Dinner

Afternoon/Evening -- New FPC departures
Afternoon/Evening -- Policy Conference departures

Thursday, Feb. 9

  • 7:30am – 3:30pm: Veteran FPC Training

Afternoon/Evening – Veteran FPC departures

Please note information related to the conference agenda and program is under development.  Feel free to bookmark the Conference website for updates and developments.

Hotel & Flight Reservations

Hotel

The 2017 Federal Policy Conference will be held at: The Washington Hilton Hotel located at 1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20009.

Lodging will be provided at the same hotel.

Your reservation will require a credit card to guarantee it for late arrival. The credit card will be used to guarantee the room only and get charged in case of no show. Individual reservations may be canceled without charge until 6:00 pm on the day of your arrival.

NOTE: Reservations booked directly with the hotel will not be eligible for reimbursement and/or given the negotiated NAR rate. Our negotiated room rate is $269/night single/double, plus applicable taxes.

Travel

Hotel Directions from Local Airports

Flight reservations can be made at no up-front cost to you using NAR's official travel agency Ovation Corporate Travel by calling (888) 554-0455 or email nartraveldesk@ovationtravel.com and reference “NAR FPC Training and Federal Policy Conference”.

Ovation is open 8:30am - 7:00pm EST (M-F). Be sure to give your name as indicated on your government issued ID when calling.

Expenses Covered by NAR

NAR will cover coach class airfare, hotel room and tax, ground transportation costs for conference invitees.

Any incidental expenses are the responsibility of the conference participant. There is no registration fee associated with attending the Conference.

For more details please view the member reimbursement information page.

Need assistance?

Housing:

Andra Zarins
Housing Manager
AZarins@realtors.org

NAR Federal Policy Conference program questions:

Patricia Tarhon
Sr. Coordinator, Program Operations & Events
ptarhon@realtors.org

FPC Training questions: 

Beth Brittingham 
Manager, Political Events 
bbrittingham@realtors.org

Expenses

NAR will cover coach class airfare, hotel room, room tax, and ground transportation for the invited participants only.

Conference Agenda & Materials

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