The CJMTK Program highly recommends attendance at Esri’s world class events for training and collaboration purposes.  We can provide passes to these events for approved program developers and personnel.  Please submit a Helpdesk ticket from the Support Page to request a pass. We also recommend reviewing the many videos of these events and other training available at Esri Video - Esri Video

Federal GIS Conference
Join more than 5000 attendees from across government to seek guidance, learn the latest technology innovations, and collaborate with your peers. This year will include a Developer Track that will start on Monday and continue throughout the conference.Be sure to check the pre-conference seminars and welcome reception on Monday. The next annual FedGIS will be held February 10-12, 2020, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC. More information and registration information here - Esri Federal GIS Conference
Please note – FedGIS is a free event for Federal employees and contractors, so you do not need to acquire a pass from CJMTK for these events. Just register directly with Esri and attend.

Esri Developer Summit
A conference for developers by developers. Learn and collaborate with developers across Esri’s Product and Development Teams. Engage with geospatial developers across many different industries. The next annual DevSummit will be held March 10-13, 2020, at the Palm Springs Convention Center, CA. Learn about the upcoming event including registration information here - Esri Developer Summit DC  

Esri International User Conference
Join 20,000 geospatial professionals at the world’s largest geospatial conference.  Learn and collaborate with Esri Staff and fellow professionals across many different industries, including defense and intelligence.  Visit the largest geospatial exhibit floor to see the latest technological innovations.  The next annual UC will be held July 13-17, 2020, at the San Diego Convention Center, CA.  Learn about last year’s event and look for registration to be posted here later this year – Esri International User Conference