October 26 - 29, 2009, Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington, DC
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Read what past attendees have said about previous IDGA Border Management Summits:
This show provided an excellent opportunity for private industry and the federal government to exchange ideas on improvements that are occurring in the operational arena within the federal government and advances in technology occurring in the private industry.
Good topics, good on-topic discussion points; informative.
A uniquely objective and thorough examination of the issues, concepts and technologies. Thank you!
Very educational, informative, and enlightening as to how the agencies interact.
This event offered a great venue for networking and relationship building and gave people personal interaction otherwise impossible over the phone.
As industry starts to get its arm around the requirements and needs of DHS, this forum was invaluable in gaining information regarding the insights, perspectives, and objectives of the various agencies, both internal and external.
I was able to find some answers I needed at IDGA's Border Management Summit. It was well organized and highly informative.
The speakers were well versed in their areas of expertise and provided clarity regarding their organization's program.
IDGA's Border Management Summit was a well organized event which provided delegates with an honest and frank insight into DHS's border security efforts. The information provided with regards to policy formulation, procedure development, and technology application is current, and therefore, of high value. The best practices established through effective alignment of interdepartmental efforts, utilization of public and private partnerships, and international cooperation set definite trends for the future of border management. The positive attitude of DHS speakers bodes well for the achievement of DHS's goals.