National Shipbuilding Research Program – All Panel Meeting

Press Release
Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Please join us April 23-25, 2013 in Charleston, SC for the next NSRP All Panel Meeting.


The All Panel Meeting brings together NSRP’s eleven Ship Production Panels to share strategies, discuss new technologies and report results in reducing the cost of building and repairing Navy ships.

The meeting will take place at the Charleston Marriott. Room block details are listed below. Please note that space is limited; early meeting registration and hotel reservation are strongly recommended.

Room Block Information

Location: Charleston Marriott
Phone: (800) 968-3569
Room Block Name: "NSRP Panel Meeting"
Rate: $137/night (government per diem)*
Cut-off Date: March 22, 2013 (After the cut-off date, the hotel cannot guarantee rate or availability.)
Reservation Link: click here
*This rate includes free parking and wireless internet for guests! For those planning an extended stay in Charleston (up to 3 days pre/post meeting), please contact Elizabeth McDowell if you have any difficulty making a reservation at the room block rate.

April 23-24:     General session presentations by industry and Navy leaders; concurrent technical tracks and breakout sessions
April 25:          Individual panel meetings
A detailed agenda is currently being developed. Once drafted, the agenda will be posted on the All Panel Meeting page.

There will be a reception aboard the USS Yorktown on the evening of April 23, 2013. Details will follow.

The meeting and reception are free and open to the public. We look forward to seeing you in Charleston!


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