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2020 Time and Frequency Seminar

NIST is closely monitoring guidance from Federal, State, and local health authorities on the outbreak of COVID-19. To protect the health and safety of NIST employees and the American public they continue to serve, NIST has decided to postpone the 2020 Time and Frequency Seminar. For more information on COVID-19, please visit:  cdc.gov/covid19.
 
For questions regarding your registration, please contact pauline.truong@nist.gov.

For NIST’s 45th Time and Frequency Metrology Seminar, the Time and Frequency Division will cover clocks, oscillators, time distribution, optical atomic frequency standards, frequency precision, phase-noise and jitter measurements, network timing, and measurement accuracy and traceability standards. This is the time and frequency metrology’s premier conference; it is the most comprehensive 3-day course available.

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*Visitor Access Requirement:

For Non-US Citizens:  Please have your valid passport for photo identification.

For US Permanent Residents: Please have your green card for photo identification.

For US Citizens: Please have your state-issued driver's license. Regarding Real-ID requirements, all states are in compliance or have an extension through October 2020.

NIST also accepts other forms of federally issued identification in lieu of a state-issued driver's license, such as a valid passport, passport card, DOD's Common Access Card (CAC), Veterans ID, Federal Agency HSPD-12 IDs, Military Dependents ID, Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC), and TSA Trusted Traveler ID. 

Created March 9, 2020, Updated July 2, 2020