Who can come to this event?

The 2017 AUSA ILW LANPAC Symposium and Exposition is open to all interested parties, military and civilian government personnel. There is no registration fee for Military/Government personnel.

What is the dress code?

Military Guidance
3.D.1. (U) UNIFORM. MILITARY ATTENDEES UNIFORM WILL BE ASU (CLASS B’S) AND CIVILIAN ATTENDEES SHALL WEAR ALOHA ATTIRE (BUSINESS CASUAL). THE CONFERENCE ROOMS TEND TO BE COLD, BRING APPROPRIATE SWEATER OR JACKET.
Uniform for those participating as panel members/speakers is Class A.
Industry
Business Casual or Aloha Attire.

When can I access the briefing charts used during the symposium?

Electronic copies of the briefing charts will be available online approximately two weeks after the symposium at www.ausa.org, under “Meetings & Events” and by clicking on “Past Events. You can also click here to access the briefs given during the symposium.

How can I receive a copy of my registration receipt?

Receipts for paid attendees will be available on-site at the self-serve kiosk or email our Registrar, Kaye Culyba, at KCulyba@ausa.org.

Is validated parking available?

Validated parking is available at the Sheraton Waikiki Garage ONLY. A stamp will be available at the AUSA registration desk to decrease the parking fee to an $8.00 Banquet Parking rate for up to 12 hours for local non-guests of the hotel. Validation will not apply at other garages in the area.

What are the Exhibit Hall Hours?

Exhibit Hall Hours
Tuesday 23 May         0930-1600
Wednesday 24 May   0930-1630
Thursday 25 May       0930-1200

Can an exhibitor attend the sessions? At what cost?

If an exhibitor wants to attend the sessions, they must register for a badge and pay the registration costs. Costs can be found here!

When does Pre-registration close?

12 May 2017. After that date, you can register for badges onsite.

Is lunch provided?

Lunch is NOT provided; however, there is a mid-day reception on Tuesday and Wednesday.