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The 2013 Project Management (PM) Symposium is PMIWDC’s premiere annual event. During this all day conference, project managers and other industry and government professionals will exchange knowledge, make useful contacts, and receive valuable insights.
The PM Symposium provides a forum focused on developing project managers of all skill levels through professional development opportunities (7 PDUs will be available throughout the day). The symposium is also an opportunity for companies to meet project managers seeking career transition and matching interests, skills, and experience to their needs. If you are active in the project management community, don’t miss the premiere Symposium for the DC Metro Area.
Date and Location
Friday, September 13, 2013: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Hyatt Regency in Crystal City - Same great location as 2012!
Individual Registration is Sold Out as of Tuesday, September 3.
We expect to have extremely limited availablility for walk-in registrations. Walk-in registrations will be granted on a first-come first-served basis at the walk-in rate of $175.
Online sponsor registration is now closed, however, there are a limited number of exhibit sponsorships available. If you are interested, please contact PMIWDC staff at 703-683-4804 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
About the Educational Programs
The program agenda will follow three educational tracks: Project Management in Government, Agile Project Management, and Professional Development. It is the goal of the PM Symposium team to provide valuable project management education, develop current and future leaders in the industry and government, and promote the profession.
All sessions will be worth PDU credits for PMPs with up to 7 PDUs available throughout the day.
|Project Management in Government
Northern Virginia Community College, Workforce Development Division
University of Maryland