EnDyna

Conference and Meeting Support
Conference and Meeting Support

Conferences and meetings allow the Federal Government to improve policy formulation and message dissemination by engaging citizen and stakeholder groups. Successful conferences and meetings can have a profound and innovative effect on public safety, job creation, and scientific advancement. EnDyna specializes in providing logistical support, including planning and implementation, for local and national conferences on a variety of topics. Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • Drafting and disseminating all relevant conference/meeting materials
  • Speaker recruitment and reimbursement
  • Site and facility selection
  • Coordination of all service providers
  • Designing exhibition spaces
  • Managing on-site services
  • Organizing and coordinating attendee essentials
  • Managing breakout sessions
  • Taking notes and transcriptions
  • Preparing and publishing proceedings
  • Incorporating sustainable business practices

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SELECTED PROJECTS

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Science Advisory Board (SAB), Logistic and Administrative Meeting Support - EnDyna holds a prime contract with the EPA's Office of the Administrator (OA) to deliver administrative and logistics support, as well as comprehensive event management services for EPA/SAB. We provide a total conference support for various established and ad-hoc boards, which focus on science and technology regulatory policies and respond to emerging scientific queries.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Conference Planning and Logistics - EnDyna holds a BPA with HHS/CMS, Survey and Certification Group (SCG) to provide comprehensive conference planning support services to support SCG's goal – mandated by the United States Congress – "to train and test surveyors of health care facilities that participate in the Medicare and Medicaid programs." EnDyna is providing full-service support – from pre-meeting planning and site selection, through registration and on-site management, note taking and editorial support, to post-meeting support, de-briefing, and event closeout activities – for small, medium, and large meetings conducted under this program.

EPA, Green Conferences, Logistic and Administrative Meeting Support – EnDyna holds a prime contract supporting EPA's Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP). EnDyna’s services include planning and executing meetings and conferences in accordance with EPA's Green Meetings Initiative.

HHS, Program Support Center, Audiovisual and Webinar Support to the National Vaccine Program Office (NVPO) – EnDyna supports NVPO in planning, organizing, and convening workshops for vaccine development research and innovation topics. These workshops provide a forum for the discussion of topics pertinent to each individual workshop's mission. EnDyna is providing audiovisual services, live webcasting services with real-time closed captioning services, on-site technical support; and other services associated with the NVPO workshops.

EPA, Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) Workshops, Technical and Logistical Support – EnDyna coordinated concurrent sessions, exhibits, and related events for the 2008 and 2009 CARE National Training Workshop. These workshops focused on the CARE competitive grants program, which offered innovative ways for communities to organize and reduce pollution in their local environments.

EPA, Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP), Conference Support for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Technical Working Group (TWG) on Pesticides – EnDyna provided full service conference support for the 2008 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Technical Working Group (TWG) on Pesticides. Attendees included government representatives and pesticide experts from the United States, Canada, and Mexico.