Attendee Information

In order to access the event content, you will need to log on to the virtual platform. Visit and log in using the same first name, last name, and email address you used to register (email address may be case sensitive). Please be sure to log in and test your access before the event begins on June 16 to ensure that everything is working properly.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: All attendees must have IE10 or Windows 8.1 or above on Chrome, Firefox and Edge to view the sessions.

If you are a government employee, please note following instructions for best viewing:

  • Disconnect computer/laptops from VPN
  • Chrome is recommended as the best browser to use
  • Internet connection on any base will not allow streaming
  • If any hyperlinks are blocked in your email, please type in the full URL and do not click or cut & paste

If you have any issues accessing or logging into the event site, please contact Reneé Despot at


Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The National Training & Simulation Association is closely following developments regarding COVID-19 and diligently examining each event to determine the best course of action.

The health and safety of our members, registrants, exhibitors, and staff constitute our highest priority, and we will continually monitor reports from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in order to adjust plans as needed.

NTSA is implementing all guidance and recommended safety measures issued by WHO, CDC, DoD, and OPM as well as state and local health authorities. We will work with all conference partners to ensure the safety of all meeting and conference participants.

All participants can expect to see heightened levels of cleanliness and on-site accommodations to actively encourage all participants to take common-sense precautions following CDC guidelines.

The CDC and WHO websites are the best resources for staying up to date on this rapidly evolving situation.

Both the WHO and CDC recommend basic personal hygiene and healthy travel practices to reduce the transmission of disease, including the following:

Healthy Travel Practices

  • Wash hands often and for at least 20 seconds
  • Cough into your elbow and sneeze into a tissue
  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care
  • Stay up to date on vaccinations
  • Avoid contact with people who are already sick
  • Avoid contact with animals while traveling
  • Travel with hand sanitizer and wipes
  • Avoid touching your face

Click here for NDIA information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19)