Attendee Information

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During conference registration each attendee will be issued a conference badge. Please be prepared to present a valid picture I.D. Badges must be worn for the duration of the event.

All registrants must provide proof of full vaccination OR proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72-hours prior to being on-site for badge pick-up. If proof of vaccination was not submitted before Sunday, December 3, attendees can show vaccination cards onsite. 

Additional information can be found on our Health and Safety FAQs page.


While District Hall does not have a designated parking lot, there are multiple public options in the area. Here is a list of some of the public parking lots within walking distance. There is also metered street parking along the surrounding roads.

* Pilgrim Parking Fan Pier, One Marina Park Drive
* LAZ Watermark Seaport Parking, 85 Seaport Boulevard
* One Seaport Parking Garage, 75 Sleeper Street
* 101 Seaport Blvd Parking, Entrance located on Autumn Lane
*Farnsworth Garage, 17 Farnsworth St.


FLIGHTS Information 
Seven minute drive from Logan Airport to District Hall Boston
Estimated taxi fare: $19-$25 one way
COVID-19 Testing Info
Covid-19 testing is now available in Terminal C (Departures Level, Pre-Security) and Terminal E (Arrivals Level, Pre-Security) at Boston Logan. Please visit to make an appointment prior to arriving.

*ATTENTION: All Travelers
According to the CDC and TSA,
all domestic and international passengers are required to wear face coverings while traveling in airports and on public and private transportation systems (including rideshares, livery, taxi, ferries, MBTA, Commuter Rail and transportation stations).

*The Economy Parking Garage is closed until further notice. Follow on-airport signage for available parking locations.

NDIA supports the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Attendees with special needs or allergies/dietary restrictions should contact Renata Casiel at (703) 247-2581 upon registration and no later than Friday, November 19, 2021.

NDIA’s Event Code of Conduct applies to all National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), National Training & Simulation Association (NTSA), and Women In Defense (WID) meeting-related events, whether in person at public or private facilities, online, or during virtual events. NDIA, NTSA, and WID are committed to providing a productive and welcoming environment for all participants. All participants are expected to abide by this code as well as NDIA’s ethical principles and practices. Visit  to review the full policy.

The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), National Training & Simulation Association (NTSA), and Women in Defense (WID) are committed to providing a professional environment free from physical, psychological, and verbal harassment. NDIA and its affiliates, NTSA and WID, will not tolerate harassment of any kind, including but not limited to harassment based on ethnicity, religion, disability, physical appearance, gender, or sexual orientation. This policy applies to all participants and attendees at NDIA, NTSA, and WID conferences, meetings, and events. Harassment includes offensive gestures and verbal comments, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, inappropriate photography and recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriately physical contact, and unwelcome attention. Participants requested to cease harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately, and failure will serve as grounds of revoking access to the NDIA, NTSA or WID event.