ARIN on the Road Makes First 2013 Stop in the Washington, DC Metro Area
Posted: Tuesday, 19 February 2013
ARIN is pleased to invite you to join us in the Northern Virginia and Washington, DC metro area for the first ARIN on the Road of 2013. ARIN on the Road events feature educational sessions, great discussions, and networking opportunities all packed into one day.
What? ARIN on the Road NoVa/DC
When? Thursday, 21 March 2013
Where? DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Washington DC-Crystal City in Arlington, VA
How much does it cost? Free!
How to sign up? Register online: https://www.arin.net/ontheroad/
Is registration required? Yes
The ARIN on the Road NoVa/DC agenda includes the latest information on ARIN services, the status of IPv6 adoption, current ARIN policy developments, hot topics in Internet governance, and more. We'll get you up to speed and solicit discussion topics in case there is something you want to know that isn't on the schedule. At the end of the day you are welcome to stay for the Ask ARIN session and speak one-on-one with an ARIN staff member about requesting and managing Internet number resources, new technical developments, or policy issues.
We will be serving lunch, so leave your "brown bag" at home. We will also have two drawings for a $100 Amazon gift card; all you need to do is complete a short survey about the event.
Don't wait until it's too late to register! We expect a good turnout and space is limited, so sign up as soon as you know for certain you can attend. Participating in ARIN on the Road NoVa/DC is a great first step to learn how you can help steer the future of the Internet.
If you know other individuals whom you feel may benefit from this unique opportunity to learn more about how ARIN operates and interacts with the Internet community, please extend this invitation to them as well. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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