IME 2022 Spring MeetingMonday, May 9, 2022 - Thursday, May 12, 2022 | Capital Hilton, Washington, DC
The IME team would like to thank you for taking the time to attend the 2022 IME Spring Meeting in Washington, D.C. We hope you found the meeting to be informative and enjoyable.
We recognize that this meeting had some changes from the usual Spring Meeting format and we would appreciate your feedback so that we can ensure our next meeting is as efficient and enjoyable as possible. Please use this link to access a brief survey regarding this year’s meeting.
Thank you again for taking the time to join us and we hope to see you again soon. Hosted below until June 30th are the result Meeting Minutes and Meeting Book from this year's 2022 IME Spring Meeting. After June 30th these minutes will only be accessible on their respective committee pages.
2022 IME Spring Meeting Book
Board Meeting Minutes
Technical Committee Meeting Minutes
Safety, Health & Environmental Affairs Committee Meeting Minutes
Transportation, Distribution & Security Committee Meeting Minutes
Please note, IME will not be booking hotel rooms on behalf of attendees, registrations must be made via EventBrite and via the hotel to ensure that all attendees receive IME's room block prices.
If you have questions about IME meetings, please contact Alexandria Caron at 202-266-4317 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please meet us at the Capital Hilton's North Gate Grill for our Spring Reception on May 9th, 2022 5:30-7:30 PM
*Please see Alex Caron May 9th - 11th to pick up your May 12th excursion tickets to Arlington Cemetery or the National Muesum of African American History & Culture
Covid-19 PrecautionsAs of April 5, 2022 Washington D.C. does not have a vaccination or mask mandate, except when on federal grounds. However, private businesses are allowed to require masks and proof of vaccination from patrons. As a result, we recommend bringing a mask and vaccine card, if you have one, when traveling outside the meeting space.
The following locations still require a mask while indoors:
- District government offices
- District public libraries
- Childcare facilities and schools
- Congregate facilities such as nursing homes, shelters, and correctional facilities
- Health care facilities
- Uber, Lyft, and other private ride shares.