Choose your own conference adventure with over 70 hours of programming to select from, along with keynote speakers, job-alike discussions, committee meetings, workshops, and other special events. Add to that the breakfasts and evening receptions for the ultimate in professional networking.
NAST offers seven themes and dozens of sessions to choose from. You are invited to stick with one theme the entire conference, or move from room to room to get the professional learning you need to take back to the office.
Select from these themes:
Besides these one-hour sessions, TMTS offers keynote speakers, job-alike discussions, committee meetings, hands-on workshops, and other special events. Add the breakfasts and evening receptions for the maximum benefit in professional networking.
We have brought back a few fan favorites, as well as added some new experiences so you won’t want to miss this year’s conference. With so many options to select from, we encourage teams from Treasury offices, along with related agencies, to attend and experience all that the TMTS has to offer.
Enjoy beautiful Providence, RI with easy access from the Omni Hotel to the adjoining Rhode Island Convention Center where all of the daytime conference events will occur.
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Continuing Professional Education (CPEs)
NAST understands that some of its conference attendees may want to apply for CPEs from their state accrediting authority. We will issue a letter of participation to those interested in seeking CPEs. Please contact NAST within a week of attendance with your request.
* We ask that any ad-hoc meeting requests be held prior to or following the conference. Failing that, space can be granted during the conference if it does not overlap with NAST meetings and will be on a first come, first-served basis. All requests will be reviewed by the Program Committee. Topics for which an ad-hoc meeting is being requested should be reviewed for germaneness to existing NAST committee subject matter oversight and referred to committees for review when possible.