Georgetown CRI 2018 Policy Innovation Forum | June 19, 2018

Georgetown CRI 2018 Policy Innovation Forum:
Driving Change to Improve Long-Term Outcomes

DATE AND TIME
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT

LOCATION
Georgetown University Law Center
Gewirz Student Center, 12th Floor
120 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

Forum Objectives

The Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives’ (CRI) 2018 Policy Innovation Forum will host policy leaders and industry experts for a series of panel discussions focused on answering the question – What is needed to drive change and achieve long-term improvements in system outcomes?

The objectives of the forum are to:

  • Connect policymakers, scholars and industry experts.
  • Share research, best practices and success stories in retirement plan design.
  • Serve as a resource to policymakers and stakeholders to improve the retirement readiness and security of millions of Americans.

Participants will be the first to receive new CRI reports presenting innovative new approaches to improving long-term outcomes in plan design and performance.

Who Will Participate and Attend?

Federal and state policymakers, public and private sector retirement plan sponsors and providers, asset managers, consultants, associations, thinks tanks, universities and others dedicated to improving the long-term performance of the US retirement system.

About the Center

The Center for Retirement Initiatives (CRI) is a research center of the McCourt School of Public Policy, one of the top-ranked public policy programs in the nation. Through its academic reputation and ability to engage with policymakers, business leaders and other stakeholders, the McCourt School attracts world-class scholars and students who have become leaders in the public, private and nonprofit sectors.

Click here to view the agenda for the forum.

This event is by invitation-only and seating is very limited.
Registration is now closed.

If you would like additional information, please contact Angela Antonelli at ama288@georgetown.edu or call 202-687-4901.

Please find below hotels in close proximity to the Law Center.

Capitol Hill Hotel
200 C Street SE
202-543-6000

Fairfield Inn & Suites
500 H St NW
202-289-5959

Holiday Inn Washington – Capitol
550 C St NW
800-315-2621

Hotel George
15 E Street NW
800-315-2621

Hotel Monaco Washington DC
700 F St NW
202-628-7177

Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Ave NW
202-737-1234

The Liaison Capitol Hill
415 New Jersey Ave NW
202-638-1616

Phoenix Park Hotel
520 N. Capitol St NW
202-638-6900

Washington Court Hotel
525 New Jersey Ave NW
800-321-3010

The Law Center is located near Union Station and Capitol Hill at 600 New Jersey Ave. NW, Washington, DC, 20001 (202-662-9000). The Gewirz Student Center faces McDonough Hall (the main Law Center building) and is located at 120 F Street NW (marked by the red box below). Please be advised that guests will need to show identification to enter the Gewirz Student Center.

By Metro

The Law Center is easily accessible by Metro, the subway system of the Washington area. Take the Red Line to Union Station and exit onto Massachusetts Avenue. Turn right on Massachusetts Avenue and walk two blocks to the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and New Jersey Avenue. Turn left on New Jersey Avenue. The Law Center will be on your right.

By Car

From Northeast of Washington, D.C. (New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore): Follow I-95 South. At the I-495 Junction, follow the signs toward 95 South to Richmond. **Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway/ I-295 exit (west). Take the Baltimore Washington Parkway to US 50 (New York Avenue). Follow 50 heading west into Washington, DC. Make a left onto North Capitol Street, then make a right onto Massachusetts Avenue. Before the next light, make a left on New Jersey Avenue, and immediately bear right on First Street. The main Law Center building, McDonough Hall, will be on your right.

From South or East of Washington, D.C. (Norfolk, Richmond, Williamsburg): Follow I-95 North. At the I-495 junction, 95 will turn into 395. Follow 395 North to Washington, DC. Cross the 14th street bridge and keep to the right. Continue following signs for 395 North and take the D Street/ US Senate exit. Continue following the signs for 395 North and continue into the D street tunnel (stay in the far right lane). In the tunnel, take the D Street exit and make a right at the first traffic light. Turn left onto New Jersey Avenue, and the Law Center will be on your left hand side.

From South or West of Washington, D.C. (Charlottesville or Nashville): Take I-66 East to Washington. Cross the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge and follow signs for Constitution Avenue. Take Constitution Avenue until it ends. Make a left onto Louisiana Avenue, and then make a left onto New Jersey Avenue. The Law Center will be on your left.

From Northwest of Washington (western Pennsylvania, western Maryland): Follow I-270 south. Where 270 divides, follow the signs to 495 east toward Silver Spring. Take the Baltimore Washington Parkway to US 50 (New York Avenue). Follow 50 heading west into Washington, DC. Make a left onto North Capitol Street, then make a right onto Massachusetts Avenue. Before the next light, make a left on New Jersey Avenue, and immediately bear right on First Street. The main Law Center building, McDonough Hall, will be on your right.

Parking: Parking is very limited around the Law Center. There is a parking garage across the street from the Law Center at 601 New Jersey Avenue NW, and the parking is $13 per day. There is also limited metered parking available around the Law Center for $.25 per 20 minutes (in quarters only).

By Train

Amtrak: 1-800-USA-RAIL or 1-800-USA-RAIL

Take the train to Union Station, then follow the Metro directions above.

By Airplane

Washington Reagan National Airport is the closest and most convenient airport, as it is only 6 miles from the Law Center. Transportation to the Law Center from National Airport is available by Taxi or Metro. By taxi, travel time to the Law Center is about 15 minutes, and the fare is approximately $15.00. Be sure to tell the driver that you are going to the Law Center, NOT the main undergraduate campus.

By Metro, allow approximately 30 minutes. The fare is $1.60 during rush hour (5:30-9:30 am, 3-8pm) Monday-Friday, and $1.20 during non-rush hours. The Metro station is located across the street from the main terminal at National Airport. Take the Yellow Line to Gallery Place. When you arrive at Gallery Place, transfer to the Red Line (in the direction of Glenmont) and get off at Union Station. Then follow the directions above.

Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI) and Washington Dulles Airport (IAD) are often less expensive than flying into Washington National airport. BWI and Dulles airports are approximately 30 miles from the Law Center. A taxi from BWI will cost approximately $50.00, however, you can take a shuttle bus from the airport to the MARC train station. The ride to Union Station will cost $6.00. For more information, please visit the Maryland Transportation website or the BWI website. A taxi from Washington Dulles to the Law Center will also cost about $50.00; however, you can take the Washington Flyer bus for $8.00 to the West Falls Church Metro Station. Take the Orange Line (towards New Carrolton) and transfer at Metro Center to the Red Line (toward Glenmont). Exit the Red Line at Union Station and follow the directions above. For more information, visit the Washington Flyer website.