Monthly Archives: December 2016

Accomodations

For your convenience, AHF has secured room blocks at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, 300 S. Charles St., and the Days Inn Hotel, 100 Hopkins Place, both within walking distance to the Baltimore Convention Center. Reservations will be accepted on … Continue reading

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2005 Report

The second annual Mid-Atlantic All Hazards Forum was held in Baltimore, Maryland, On October 25-28, 2005 and drew an audience of 1,702.Lessons learned from the first conference were applied during the planning for this year’s event. The 2004 Forum was … Continue reading

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Meeting of Meetings

This year the AHF is working on the concept of a “Meeting of Meetings” (MoM).This concept would invite key government, industry, university and non-profit organizations to host their fall committee meeting at the AHF. This concept would allow outside organizations … Continue reading

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Sponsors

For top sponsors, the All Hazards Forum offers more than a three-day event marketing opportunity – it provides sustained involvement with targeted exposure and introductions to state and local homeland security and emergency management officials. Most importantly, AHF sponsorships create … Continue reading

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Secondary Committees

The 2006 AHF Executive Program CommitteeJohn Contestabile Maryland Dept of Transportation Office of Engineering, Procurement & Emergency Services Chair, Executive Program Committee Addy Kennedy E.J. Krause & Associates Program Manager, Executive Program Committee Michael Rosenberg E.J. Krause & Associates Mel … Continue reading

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Main Advisory Committees

The AHF’s success has been the result of the combined efforts of many individuals from both industry and government. Strategic Advisory Committee Executive Program Committee State Partners:

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Advisory committies

The 2006 AHF Regional Strategic Advisors and Coordinators DC Department of Public Safety and Justice Kral, Steve Homeland Security Advisor DC Office of the City Administrator Bobb, Robert City Administrator, HS Director DC Office of Homeland Security Ryan, Tom Special … Continue reading

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About EJK

Founded in 1984, E.J. Krause & Associates, Inc. (EJK) is one of the largest privately held exhibition management companies in the world. With 16 offices on four continents, EJK produces over 80 events in 16 different industries. EJK’s reputation is … Continue reading

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Event Goals

As the largest regional event of its kind, the 2006 Mid-Atlantic All Hazards Forum will: Bring together a critical mass of state and local emergency management personnel and homeland security officials, public sector practitioners, and industry leaders from across the … Continue reading

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Need and oppertunity

In 2002 Congress passed the Homeland Security Act, establishing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as an entirely new agency charged with the mission of safeguarding our country and citizens. While congressional action in 2002 was historic, professionals who have … Continue reading

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Target Audience

Hundreds of emergency management personnel, state and county homeland security officials, public sector practitioners, and industry leaders from across the Mid-Atlantic are expected to attend the third annual 2006 All Hazards Forum (AHF) – Tuesday, October 10 through Thursday, October … Continue reading

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About AHF

The Mid-Atlantic All Hazards Forum (AHF) is a first of its kind, grass roots, regional effort created in 2004 to solve the emergency management and homeland security issues at the local, county, and state levels in the states of North … Continue reading

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