Networking Lunch MAPPS lunch speakers will discuss implementation of the MAP-21 Act. It includes significant provisions reforming the FEMA flood map program and numerous provisions creating geospatial data and service requirements in the federal highway program
John Baxter Associate Administrator for Infrastructure, Federal Highway Administration
2012 MAPPS Geospatial Projects and Services Excellence Awards - Grand Winner Tim Stagg, AeroMetric, Inc.
1:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Agency Liaison Meetings MAPPS has had standing committees with agency partners since 2003. These Federal Agency Liaison committees allow for a dialog between the private sector and their government partners.
This event is by invitation only and open to MAPPS PAC Inner Circle Members. To join the Inner Circle click here.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), serving his 1st term, is a member of five committees: Budget; Commerce, Science and Transportation; Foreign Relations; Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (HSGAC); and Small Business & Entrepreneurship. Sen. Johnson was recently named Ranking Member for the HSGAC Subcommittee on Financial and Contracting Oversight.
Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), serving his 1st full term, is a member of three committees: Oversight & Government Reform; Science, Space & Technology; and Transportation & Infrastructure. Rep. Massie was recently named Chair of the Science Subcommittee on Technology.
Capitol Hill Debrief and Networking Reception* Bolton Room (3rd Floor) Capitol Hill Club 300 First Street SE Washington, DC 20003
*Please note a NEW reception planned at the conclusion of the day. Most congressional appointments will not end until 5:00 p.m. Departure flights should be planned with his in mind.
Reagan National Airport (DCA)
From Reagan National Airport, you can take Metro to the Westin City Center. Take a blue line train to McPherson Square station. Walk three blocks north on 15th Street, turn right on M Street and the Westin City Center will be on your right.
If you prefer to take a taxi from National Airport to the Westin City Center, the fare is approximately $14, excuding any tip.
If you fly into Dulles International Airport (IAD), you have two options. A Washington Flyer taxi to the Westin for approximately $60 or you can also take a Washington Flyer Coach (bus) to the West Falls Church Metro Station. Then take a Metro Orange Line train to McPerson Square. Walk three blocks north on 15th Street, turn right on M Street and the Westin City Center will be on your right.
If you are arriving at Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI), the most efficient transfer to downtown Washington, DC is by train. The local MARC trains provide service from the BWI Rail Station to Union Station in Washington, DC. There is a free shuttle bus service between the airport terminal and rail station. Amtrak trains are quicker but a little more costly. Take either train to Union Station, then take a Metro red line train to the Farragut North station. Walk three blocks east on K Street, then 2 blocks north to M Street, and the Westin city Center will be on your right.