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November 10, 2006

HLS in DC, Nov. 13-17, 2006

Filed under: Events — by Christian Beckner on November 10, 2006

Below is a list of homeland security policy events in the DC area next week (as well as the occasional listing outside of DC). Please note that many events require prior invitations and/or RSVPs.

11/12-11/15: International Association of Emergency Managers annual conference. Orlando, FL.
11/13: US-VISIT 10-Print Industry Day. 1400 North 14th Street, 12th Floor, Arlington, VA.
11/13: AEI lecture by University of Texas professor Philip Bobbitt on “The Wars on Terror.” 1150 17th St NW, 5:30pm.
11/14: National Maritime Security Advisory Committee meeting. Fairfax Marriott, 11787 Lee Jackson Mem. Hwy, Fairfax, VA. 1pm.
11/15-11/16: e-Gov Institute’s 7th Security Conference and Exhibition. Reagan Building, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW.
11/15: The Infrastructure Security Partnership breakfast with FEMA Director David Paulison. Army-Navy Club, 901 17th St NW, 8:00am.
11/15: Georgetown University CPASS event on “The Department of Homeland Security: Balancing Threat and Risk” with DHS Undersecretary Stewart Baker et al. Georgetown University, 10:30am.
11/15: House Homeland Security Committee hearing on “The Secure Border Initiative: Ensuring Effective Implementation and Financial Accountability of SBInet.” Cannon 311, 3pm.
11/16: START (U. of Maryland) event with Mark Juergensmeyer, author of “Terror in the Mind of God: The Global Rise of Religious Violence.” University of Maryland, 6pm.
11/16: International Spy Museum event on “Domestic Spying: Anti-Terrorism or Anti-American?” 800 F St NW, 6:30pm.
11/17: Women in Government Relations breakfast with Rep. Dan Lungren on infrastructure protection and cybersecurity issues. Hotel George, 15 E St NW, 9am.
11/17: Federalist Society annual conference features remarks by Sec. Chertoff. Mayflower Hotel, 1127 Connecticut Ave NW, 11:15am.

(Please e-mail me if you have suggestions about additions to this list for this week, or future weeks).

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