Tech Trade Show Guide: National Guard Bureau Joint Information Technology Conference

Tech Trade Show Guide: National Guard Bureau Joint Information Technology Conference

Okay, so maybe the National Guard Bureau Joint Information Technology Conference (NGBJITC) doesn’t have the easiest acronym to remember, but this conference is definitely worth a look due to its very specific attendee makeup.

Designed for Air National Guard (ANG) and Army National Guard (ARNG) IT professionals, the NGBJITC is focused on networking, collaboration and integrated solutions for IT structures within and between the two branches. Between 1,500 and 2,000 ANG and ARNG information technology and communications practitioners from all 54 states, territories and the District of Columbia attend each year.

IT professionals in the government and military sector have issues, missions and goals unique to those of the private sector. Exhibitors at NGBJITC can tailor their message specifically for the ANG and ARNG branches, allowing for targeted, streamlined messaging and an excellent quality of leads.

National Guard Bureau Joint Information Technology Conference
  • Conference: December 6 – 9, 2010
  • Expo: December 6 – 8, 2010
  • Gaylord Opryland, Nashville
  • Registration prices: $135 for National Guard personnel, active duty members, Federal/state government employees, and government contractors with a Common Access Card; $295 for all other attendees
  • Exhibitor prices: from $3,900 for a 10x10 booth to $22,500 for a 20x30 booth; various advertising and sponsorship opportunities available

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Testimonials

We have come to NY Tech Summit for four years now and my team and I get a good variety of technical, business, and strategic sessions to complement our work objectives. I like that there is a balance of end users, consultants, and vendors to present and facilitate the sessions. The interaction is candid and engaging, but not a sales pitch. Being a regional conference helps, it is the right amount of time and location for a couple days to reenergize my team and refocus on our objectives. There seems to be quite a bit of peer discussion with a smaller conference, which I like.

- Randy
Director of IT

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