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The National Education Seminar (NES) is the premier educational opportunity for property management professionals who manage personal property and fixed assets for universities, federal, state and local governments, hospitals, and private industries. We encourage educational sessions that are theoretical or practical in application and address a topic from a managerial or administrative approach, case studies, legislative/regulatory aspects or best practices perspective of property management with introductory, intermediate, or advanced levels of complexity.

Submissions must be received by January 8, 2010 to be considered for inclusion in the 2010 NES program. If you would like to submit multiple proposals, a submission for each proposal is required.

Please create a username and password for use on this All Academic submission site. Your NPMA Member User ID/Password has not been automatically set up for use on this site.

Submission Guidelines:
Upon notification that a presenter's proposal has been accepted, each presenter is required to comply with the following:
  1. Submit a PowerPoint file of your presentation by April 30, 2010 (instructions on this submittal will be sent to selected speakers)
  2. Make a commitment to present at the NES during the assigned session(s).
  3. Authorize NPMA publishing authority of all submitted materials.
Conference Attendance:
If your proposal is accepted for presentation at NPMA's 2010 NES, you have a commitment to attend the event and perform your assigned speaking role. If circumstances prevent your participation, you should try to find a substitute to perform your duties and notify the NPMA Meeting Planner immediately. NPMA policy requires no registration to NES if you plan to only attend the day of your presentation and not participate in any other NES functions or activities; however, if you plan to attend the seminar, you must register and pay on your own. NPMA does not offer complimentary registration or any other form of compensation to speakers.

Presentation Length
Breakout session length is 60 minutes, which should include time for questions from the audience. The session should be interactive with open discussion.

Important Dates:
January 8, 2010: All submissions finalized and due
February 26, 2010: Notification of accepted presentations
April 30, 2010: Final PowerPoint Presentations due

The NES will be held June 14-17, 2010.

NPMA Meeting Planner Contact Information:
Maria Maggio, CMP
727-736-3788 ext. 302
mmaggio @

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