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Fall Meeting 2018

  • 27 Nov 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Center for Disease Control, 1600 Clifton Rd Atlanta, GA 30329

Registration


Register

Center For Disease Control

Join us for our fall meeting at the CDC on November 27, 2018.  You must register by October 27th.  We will be contacting you for the information below to provide to the CDC. 

Information needed from attendees in advance

  • Ten days in advance we will need a list of U.S. Citizens that provides full name as listed on their ID (see acceptable ID below).
  • Twenty business days in advance we will need a list of non-U.S. Citizens that provides full name as listed on their ID (see acceptable ID below), as well as telephone number and email address. Non-U.S. Citizens will be entered into the CDC Non-U.S. Citizen Access Management System and then they will be required to provide additional personal information and upload documentation. All the back and forth of collecting information and the host approving the various steps must be completed at least 12 business days prior to the meeting. Bottom line, the sooner we have names the better. If the additional information is not completed in the system before 12 business days prior to the meeting access to the campus will be denied.

Identification

  • On day of meeting U.S. Citizens must provide ID such as, driver’s license, non-driver’s official state ID, passport, military ID, or USG agency-issued Common Access Card [CAC]. Non-U.S. Citizens must provide a valid country passport, Employment Authorization Document (EAD) card, or Lawful Permanent Residence card (LPR or “green card”) indicating permanent U.S. residency.

Parking

  • CDC offers visitors parking on a first come first serve basis on campus. Vehicles are subject to search when entering the campus. An alternative and overflow parking is available at Emory Point, directly across from CDC, for a fee. Additional details and directions as to which garage to use will be forth coming closer to the event.

Prohibited items on campus

  • Firearms and projectile weapons
  • Bladed, edged, or sharp tools or implements
  • Club-like items and striking devices (baseball bats, golf clubs, hockey sticks, lacrosse sticks, pool cues, and ski poles are all prohibited in buildings)
  • Destructive devices, explosives, or combustible chemical compounds and mixtures
  • Disabling chemicals and other dangerous items

For a complete list of prohibited items on federal facilities, please review the Department of Homeland Security’s Items Prohibited on Federal Facilities: an ICS Standard [dhs.gov] guidebook.

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