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New Addition to the Conference: The 2011 National Training Expo

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Homeland Security Colleague,

The National UASI Homeland Security Conference has become the best event of the year for networking, training and learning.  From Miami to Charlotte to New Orleans, we have produced the Nation’s premier homeland security and emergency management conference. This year's conference in San Francisco is shaping up to be our best conference yet.

In addition to the best practice panels you have come to expect Monday, June 20, thru Wednesday, June 22, we are very pleased to announce a new addition to this year’s Conference - The 2011 National Training Expo which will be held in San Francisco on Thursday, June 23rd along with FEMA's After Action Conference. This Expo is a first for us and we are inviting all of our federal partners and nonprofit training providers.  It will add real value to the conference for participants since you will be able to learn about, and sign up for, training that in most cases is provided to first responders in your jurisdictio…

National UASI Homeland Security Conference “Call for Speakers”

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The National UASI Homeland Security Conference Planning Committee is issuing a general “Call for Speakers” and presentation topics.We want your thoughts on what information is most needed and what will stir up stimulating exchanges among our participants.The conference seeks to encourage lively discussions among preparedness grant participants from different regions and levels of government who might not otherwise connect.We often combine different proposals and mix suggested panelists to reframe issues and encourage discussion. Track session design is how we achieve this goal.You can offer to speak on a topic yourself, or ask for a presentation on a particular topic. Just send an e-mail to speakers@urbanareas.org.
This year's theme is "Creating capabilities through regional collaboration." While presentations do not need to directly address the theme, finding a way to address how the topic may be influenced by regional collaboration or may influence collaborative effort…

Registration for the National Urban Areas Security Initiative Homeland Security Conference is now open

Registration for the National Urban Areas Security Initiative Homeland Security Conference is now open.
Please register now and join us in San Francisco June 20-23, 2011.
The National Urban Areas Security Initiative Conference, Inc., in cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Grant Programs Directorate, is hosting its 5th annual conference in San Francisco this June 20-23. Please register now and join us in San Francisco June 20-23, 2011.
Registration is now open at www.urbanareas.org