MACC Registration to Open April 3

Posted by Eric Haun
Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Registration for the Multi-Agency Craft Conference (MACC) 2014 will open at 12:00 EDT on Thursday, April 3. To comply with new government regulations for access to military installations, there are certain pieces of information ASNE will require when an individual registers.

Everyone wishing to attend MACC 2014 in any capacity - from exhibitors to attendees to presenters - must register.  The registration rate for attendees and exhibit personnel is $235. ASNE offers complimentary registration for active-duty military and government employees (non-contractors). Exhibiting companies will receive two complimentary registrations per exhibit space purchased.

Deadlines for registration are as follows:
•    U.S. Exhibit Personnel - April 25, 2014
•    U.S. Attendees - May 19, 2014
•    Foreign Nationals - April 25, 2014
•    U.S. Government/Military - May 19, 2014

MACC 2014 will be held June 10-12, 2014 at the Joint Expeditionary Base, Little Creek - Fort Story in Virginia Beach, Va.. The Multi-Agency Craft Conference (MACC) is a multi-day technical conference with exhibits that provides a forum for open exchange and discussion about boats and craft between government agencies and the maritime community.
 

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