Frequently Asked Questions
When and Where
The conference will take place Tuesday through Wednesday, August 20–21, 2019. The conference will be 2 full days.
The conference will take place at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, 2600 Woodley Road, NW, Washington, DC.
The Evaluation Summit registration is currently closed.
Registration has reached maximum capacity and is closed.
No, online pre-registration is required to attend the Evaluation Summit.
No. There are no registration fees associated with the Evaluation Summit.
Yes. Registration for the Children’s Bureau Annual Grantee Meetings and the Evaluation Summit will use separate registration sites. Please be sure to register for both the grantee meeting and the Summit.
No. Unfortunately, there are no funds available to assist participants with travel to the Evaluation Summit.
The hotel block cutoff date has passed. We recommend that you call the conference hotel directly at 877.212.5752 to inquire about availability. There is no guarantee that the government per diem rate will be available at the conference hotel.
The hotel block cutoff date was August 5, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Once the room block closes there is no guarantee that the government per diem rate will be available at the conference hotel.
No. We cannot offer discounted rates at additional hotels in the area.
Due to government regulations, no food or beverages are provided with your conference registration.
The Washington Marriott Wardman Park has multiple restaurant options located within the hotel and within walking distance. A selection of hotel offerings is listed below.
- Stone's Throw Restaurant and Bar showcases classic American fare with modern accents, prepared with farm-fresh, mid-Atlantic ingredients.
- Harry's Pub is a relaxed, welcoming restaurant open for lunch and dinner, featuring an Old English menu with a modern American twist.
- Woodley Park Pantry offers chef-crafted "Fresh Bites" menu options and also features Illy Coffee. Fresh bites is perfect for any snack or meal.
Printed programs will not be available at the meeting. The conference program and meeting agenda will be located on the About page of the Evaluation Summit website and on the Evaluation Summit mobile app. Download or print a program to refer to at the meeting before traveling to Washington, DC.
Printed presentations will not be provided at the meeting. As part of our continuing effort to be green, all Evaluation Summit materials will be available on the Evaluation Summit mobile app (if speakers have provided the materials). No paper handouts, USBs, or CDs will be available onsite. Download course materials or print materials before traveling to Washington, DC.
Evaluation Summit Mobile App
More information will be provided once the mobile app is available for download.
The Planning Committee of the 2019 Evaluation Summit will not provide CEUs. Please contact your accreditation organization to find out if you are allowed to submit for credits on an individual basis.
Call for Abstracts
The submission deadline has passed.
All presenters were notified of their abstract status via email in mid-April. If you did not receive a notification email please contact the Evaluation Summit Planning Committee by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Evaluation Summit website is frequently updated with new information as it becomes available. The home page will provide important meeting updates.
Free (limited bandwidth) Wi-Fi is available in the main meeting areas and session rooms.
Business casual is appropriate. We suggest you dress in layers for your comfort as the temperature in the meeting rooms can vary considerably.
Contact the Evaluation Summit Planning Committee by email at: email@example.com.