Attendee Justification
Basic Agenda
Detailed Program Agenda
Professional Development Workshops
International Attendees
Keynote Speakers
Planning Your Stay
Orlando Connections
Special Events

Planning Your Stay 

All activities of I/ITSEC 2016 will be held in the WEST Concourse of the Orange County Convention Center or in the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
The information on this page contains details from the 2015 event, left for your reference in planning for the coming year.  2016 details will be posted beginning late Summer/early Fall 2016.

Don't forget to download:  The My Planner tool for I/ITSEC 2015!  Follow the log-in instructions and arrange your schedule so you won't miss that Special Event, Paper, or exhibitor.  Don’t forget to download the I/ITSEC Mobile App which will sync with the My Planner tool, Apple ~ Android ~ All other devices

See below for planned events to take into consideration as you make your travel plans. Detailed information will be available later on the following events:

Inaugural Earle L. Denton Memorial Golf Tournament - Sign up for Sunday, 27 November OR Monday, 28 November.
We are pleased to announce that the Annual I/ITSEC Scholarship Golf Tournament has been renamed in honor of Lieutenant Colonel Earle L. Denton, United States Army (Retired).  He was a pillar in our industry, an avid supporter of I/ITSEC and a friend to all.   Scholarships and additional qualified initiatives are supported through tournament proceeds (additional details at

I/ITSEC 5K....Welcome Back!  Wednesday morning, 6:30 AM start time.

Over twenty Tutorials will be available throughout Monday morning and afternoon.

The Congressional Modeling and Simulation Special Event is planned for mid-morning on Monday.

Professional Development Workshops will be held on Friday

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Countdown to I/ITSEC
Early Registration Ends Nov 11, 2016
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Conference Dates - Nov 28 -Dec 2, 2016
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