NCSI works closely with hosting government organizations who have a requirement to conduct a conference, accompanied by a technology exposition, for the purpose of providing their community an opportunity to gather, share information, and collaborate under one roof. Conferences range in size from 300 to 3,000+ participants and typically take place in destination cities over multiple days. Collaboration is key, and as a valuable part of the government’s conference planning team, NCSI handles the simplest to most complex logistical requirements, from site selection to VIP protocol to graphic design, allowing the government to focus on the important content and overall mission objectives for their program.
Exposition in Conjunction with your Event
A technology exposition, in conjunction with your event, enables your attendees to evaluate emerging and mission related technologies that can run parallel to an event theme or agenda. Expos encourage dialogue, education, and collaboration between government and industry attendees while fostering a culture of partnership with the vendor community in an ethical forum. To ensure compliance with ethics regulations, exhibitor recruitment and logistics are expertly managed to avoid the appearance or implication of government endorsement or favoritism.
On-Site Exposition as a Standalone Event
On-site expos typically occur in a main headquarters building or community area, last four hours in duration, and attract 25+ exhibitors and 250+ government participants in a single day! These compact, yet potent, events showcase mission-appropriate technologies and are held on-site so that they are free, open, and convenient to senior leadership and all other interested personnel. On-site expos are sponsored/hosted regularly at U.S. Government locations around the world by groups/commands within the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, and Civilian Agencies and serve to advance organizational mission, goals, and objectives.