Important Dates and Information

Update your Online Booth. Click on "Edit Booth Info" below. ASAP!
Register & Book Housing. Click on "Register Your Booth Personnel" below. ASAP!
Review the Exhibitor Deadline Checklist ASAP
Early Bird Pricing Ends for Lead Retrieval  April 23
For Exhibitors with Room Blocks - Last day to cancel rooms without penalty  April 30
Update Print Profile for the 2019 Directory and Show Guide May 3
Advance Pricing Ends for Lead Retrieval  May 9
Deadline to book Hotel rooms in the BOMA block May 31
Submit Certificate of Liability to sales@rainprotection.net - REQUIRED June 6
Advance Pricing Ends for Audio-Visual Orders June 6
Internet/Telephone Order Due to Convention Center June 7
Air/Water/Gas Order Due to Convention Center June 7
Catering Order Due to Utah Foods June 7
Electrical Order Due to Modern Electric June 7
Discount Deadline for Brede Services (booth furnishings,labor,etc.)  June 7
Submissions Due for the Pre-Show Promotion category of the Excellence in Exhibiting awards  June 7
Register all Booth Personnel June 14
Deadline for Advance shipments to arrive at the Brede Warehouse June 14
Direct Shipments may start arriving at the Salt Palace Convention Center June 21

Leya Posey

Insurance Examiner
DHS

Profile

Leya Posey is an Insurance Examiner within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), Office of SAFETY Act Implementation (OSAI).

Ms. Posey serves as a Technical Lead evaluating applications for SAFETY Act coverage, including those for four NFL stadiums, an iconic commercial facility, and security guard companies with nationwide deployments. Through collaborative efforts, she has worked to promote security capabilities at prominent and nationally significant venues and continues to incentivize the private sector to commit resources to security preparedness and resiliency.

Ms. Posey is the Project Manager for Best Practices for Anti-Terrorism Security for Commercial Facilities. Her efforts helped S&T, in partnership with the National Institute of Building Sciences, release a set of best operational security practices for metropolitan commercial office buildings and a corresponding web- based methodology to assist building owners and managers in performing security assessments.

Before joining OSAI, Ms. Posey supported DHS’ International Cooperative Programs Office, engaging with foreign partners to foster government-to-government cooperation in broad research areas related to protection of critical infrastructure and homeland/civil security.

Ms. Posey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Howard University.

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