Thursday, March 22, 2012

ACP - DC Metro Area Chapter: Monthly Meeting. April 3, 2012

ACP - DC Metro Area Chapter: Monthly Meeting
Tuesday April 3, 2012
11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Washington DC Convention Center  
801 Mt. Vernon Pl.  N.W.  Wash, DC 20001
Meeting Room 140B

Our April monthly meeting is being held during the  CPM / GOVSEC Conference & Expo at the Washington DC Convetion Center.  Once registered you will receive an email confirmation with the information you need to get FREE entrance to the 2 day Expo.  

Here's a great opportunity to get in a full day of professional development and networking with fellow ACP members and Contingency Planning Professionals.   We will have lunch, sponsored by Assurance Data, and our speaker is Kenneth Barksdale, a founding member of both The Department of Homeland Security and ACPDC.  Currently Ken is a of ACPDC  Principal with Business Guard, Inc.

Developing and Executing Effective Table Top Exercises  -  In todays fast paced business environment, we all seem to be on 24 hour cycles and find if difficult to conduct full scale exercises. Therefore usage of Table Top exercises is an ideal way to ensure preparedness.  Come join us as Ken leads us by demonstrating how to develop and execute effective Table Top exercises.  He'll just be coming back from conducting a DRJ Spring World Pre Conference mock disaster exercise: Utilizing ICS for Public and Private Security, and will share lessons learned.

We highly encourage you to share this invitation with other industry professionals interested in Continuity Planning, and look forward to seeing you.  Seats are limited, so register now, and lock in  your reservation.
Also, don't forget to visit our ACP booth at the Expo - #2008
Arthur Fuller, President
Washington DC Metro Area Chapter - ACP

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