AEROSPACE + GOVERNMENT 101
Wednesday, June 19th, 2013
Join the Colorado Space Business Roundtable, for an overview of how the federal and state governments operate and how we can become more involved and effective in advocating for aerospace and the general business climate.
We will start with remarks by some of our elected officials and continue on to the floor of the State House Chambers for a tour and group photo – not something that most people get to do! The view over the city to the mountains from the Chambers is breathtaking!
Around 5 p.m., the program will continue on at Katie Mullen’s about 3 blocks away for appetizers & drinks sponsored by Lockheed Martin. After a short presentation and discussion on “Government 101”, the will be time for socializing and networking.
*** This is a great event to invite clients, co-workers, and people who might be interested in joining CSBR to attend with you! ***
3:30 – 4:00 PM Arrive at State Capitol, North Foyer (The program will start promptly at 4 p.m., so please plan accordingly)
4:00 – 4:30 PM Welcome by Gov, Lt. Gov., Speaker, TBD, Old Supreme Court Chamber – 2nd Floor of State Capitol
4:30 – 5:00 PM Behind the Scenes Tour, The Floor of the Colorado State House of Representatives / Group Photo
5:00 – 5:30 PM Lockheed Martin Reception, 3 block walk from the capitol, Katie Mullen's on the 16th Street Mall (1550 Court Place)
5:30 – 6:00 PM Presentation of “Government 101” by Joe Rice, Director, Government Relations, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Katie Mullen's on the 16th Street Mall (1550 Court Place)
6:00 –7:00 PM Networking and Socializing Katie Mullen's on the 16th Street Mall (1550 Court Place)
Parking and Entering the State Capitol Building
Suggested Parking is to the East of the capitol off Grant Street (blue P on map). This is a Pay Lot; the cost is about $5-10 (Cash or Credit) (Or you may wish to park nearer to Katie Mullen’s)
Enter the State Capitol through the north entrance up the stairs on the first floor (green arrow on map to the right).
You will have to go through security screening. It is similar to, but generally “easier” than, airport screening (shoes stay on, etc). Security measures will include, but are not limited to:
After screening, proceed to the rotunda (center of the building), take the main stairs up one flight. The Old Supreme Court Chambers are on the west end of the building (Senate is on the east).
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