2017 NASFA Call for Presentations

NASFA National Conference & Expo: "Changing Tides"
June 11-14, 2017 (Sunday to Wednesday)
Sheraton Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel
Virginia Beach, Virginia

    Submitter Information

    The submitter is responsible for notifying ALL of the presenters and coordinating any additional requested information or relaying important information.
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    Important Information

    Welcome to the NASFA Call for Presentation submission process! You will find everything you need on these pages to prepare your proposal. We hope you find the process efficient and easy to complete. If you have questions about the process or the form, send an email to mstone@csg.org or nasfa@csg.org. We encourage you to submit your proposal several days before the deadline. It must be received by November 30, 2016. Hints for Successful Transmissions Feel free to type your proposal directly into the text boxes below. If you prefer to cut and paste, please do it from a text document only. Do NOT add graphics, pictures, links, or format the text in any way. These will not be forwarded to the reviewers and may corrupt your proposal or make it unreadable to the reviewers. Confirmation of Proposal Receipt (very important) NASFA staff will notify primary presenters of their proposal's receipt within a week of submission. If you do not receive a notice of receipt within two weeks, contact the NASFA staff at nasfa@csg.org. All proposal submitters will be notified of selection decision after February 17, 2017. Private sector presentations MUST include a presentation/participation from a public sector representative.

    Deadline for Submissions is November 30, 2016

    Days and Dates

    Presentation sessions will be scheduled anytime beginning on Sunday, June 11 through Wednesday, June 14, 2017. Please DO NOT submit a proposal unless ALL presenters are willing and able to make presentation on any of the conference dates listed above. Private Sector presentations MUST include participation from a public sector representative, which can be a State employee, federal, county, municipality, university or any public entity.

    Hot Topics for 2017 National Conference

    We are looking for cutting edge, best practices and presentations specifically addressing topics listed below. However, all presentation topics are welcome. If you have recommendations for presenters, please submit that information. HOT TOPICS for 2017 1) Cost Estimating Techniques 2) Performance Based Procurement 3) Preventative Maintenance 4) Space Standards 5) Strategic Planning 6) Training Staff 7) Other topics relating to issues relating to: * Department of Transportation * Real Estate * Universities * Natural Resources * More.......

    Presentation Topic Area

    Please select the topic area that best fits your presentation proposal.
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    Presenter(s) Information

    In addition to the submitter, the primary contact should help coordinate the presenters and share vital conference information.
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    Co-Presenters Information

    If the presentation will include more than one presenter, please complete the following information for the each additional presenter. Complete information is required. You can provide comments at the end of the form.
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