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Join us on April 12, 2017 for the USPTO IT Vendor Expo, the only chance to get in front of USPTO employees at this facility in 2017! Companies specializing in IT Security products and services are invited to exhibit at this one day event.
Attendees The event host, the IT Security Management at USPTO, and FBC will work together to promote the IT Vendor Expo to all personnel. The USPTO will be promoting the event internally through their "USPTO Weekly" newsletter and via an electronic flyer. The 2016 event brought in over 200 attendees from throughout the agency.
USPTO MISSION AND ORGANIZATION (from the USPTO Strategic Plan):
The United States is a global leader in promoting laws and policies that foster innovation and Intellectual Property (IP) rights – and in encouraging economic investment in the arts, innovation, and creativity. The USPTO Vision is to "Lead the Nation and the World in Intellectual Property Protection and Policy." The USPTO Mission is to "foster innovation , competitiveness and economic growth, domestically and abroad by delivering high quality and timely examination of patent and trademark applications, guiding domestic and international intellectual property policy, and delivering intellectual property information and education worldwide, with a highly-skilled, diverse workforce."
In the USPTO Strategic Plan, the Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office outlines a vision and establishes goals, which recognize the importance of intellectual property protection in a global and technology-based economy. In concert with the USPTO Strategic Plan, this Strategic IT Plan documents the role that information technology plays in achieving the USPTO mission, vision, and goals. The SITP also defines a vision for USPTO information technology that will greatly enhance the quality of service to its customers and guide the Office of the Chief Information Officer during the FY 2015 to FY 2018 period.
The USPTO is organized to support its constitutionally-mandated business functions, with a Commissioner for Patents, a Commissioner for Trademarks, Advisory Committees, and Appeals Boards that report directly to the Director. The other offices that report directly to the Director provide support for enterprise-wide management functions. One of those is the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), which by law oversees all information technology used by the USPTO.
The offices that report directly to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) support all USPTO business areas, but manage their work by having subordinate divisions and/or segmenting their resources by business area. In addition to its purely IT function, the OCIO’s Office of Information Management Services includes divisions that manage a constitutionally-mandated business function to disseminate information about patents and trademarks to the general public.
Exhibiting companies may bring 2 on-site representative(s) to staff their exhibit booth.
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Exhibit Space with 5’ table and standard electricity with power strip
Have you ordered your show supplies yet? To order event giveaway items, logo'd wearables, trade show materials or show printing, please contact Tricia Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 240-841-2203. For ideas please visit www.proforma.com/promolink. FBC has a special arrangement with Promolink to provide the highest levels of customer service, including special shipping to the show and discounts. A full array of government-friendly and green giveaway products are available.
The IT Security Day will take place in the USPTO Carlyle Campus Conference Center located on the lower level of the Madison Building.
For a map of the USPTO Carlyle Campus Complex: http://www.uspto.gov/about/contacts/locations/map_alex.jsp
Driving from D.C.
Driving from the Beltway, points east/north (Inner Loop):
Driving from the Beltway, points west/south (Outer Loop):
Equipment may be brought through the front entrance to the Madison Building.
Parking is available in the East Garage, 551 John Carlyle Street, Alexandria, Virginia.
Hourly and daily parking is available to visitors.
Hourly and daily parking is available from 5:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, except Federal Holidays. Hourly and daily parking is on a first-come, first-served basis.
In the event the garages reach capacity, parking will be limited to monthly permit holders and to USPTO daily parkers who show their badge to the attendant. Daily and hourly parkers will receive a ticket each time they enter the garage and will pay each time they leave the garage. Daily and hourly parkers using the East Garage must enter and exit only from the garage's John Carlyle Street entrance. Daily parkers can pay in cash or by credit card (checks not acceptable). No in/out privileges on a daily ticket. Lost ticket pays maximum daily rate. Release fee for failure of hourly or daily parkers to exit the garage during operational hours (5:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.) will be $25.00 plus any parking charge
Rates: 1 hour $ 3.00 2 hours $ 6.00 3 hours $ 9.00 Maximum $10.00
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Fairfield Resorts, Inc. 1757 King Street Alexandria, VA 22314 703-837-3400
Hilton Alexandria Old Town 1767 King Street Alexandria, VA 22314 703-837-0440
Residence Inn by Marriott Alexandria – Old Town 1456 Duke Street Alexandria, VA 22314 703-684-6818
If you have questions about the logistics of this event ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT please contact the event manager Bob Jeffers at (800) 878-2940 ext. 226 or email email@example.com. You may also call the event manager's cell phone at (301) 535-4230. Prior to the day of the event please direct any questions to your FBC Account representative.
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