NIST Lab Tours - Sold
Tours of the NIST Gaithersburg Laboratories will be available
on the afternoon of Friday, July 6, 2012 from 11:30 am - 5:00
pm. Pre-registration is required due to heightened security at
Due to limited space availability, a maximum of 150 attendees will be allowed to participate on a first-come, first-served basis among those who pre-registered.
For those participating in the tours, you will be required to provide some additional information in advance as well as bring your government issued ID with you in order to enter the facility. NIST will perform a background pre-screening security and the information requested varies between U.S. citizens and non-citizens.
Before accessing the NIST site, visitors will also be required (NO EXCEPTIONS) to show valid government issued identifications:
- U.S. Citizens need a valid Photo I.D. (State issued driver's license, Federal ID or passport)
- International travelers need a valid passport (the actual passport, not a copy)
- Permanent U.S. residents (Non-Citizen) need a valid permanent resident green card (not a copy).
You will NOT be allowed to
use your own transportation for touring NIST.
For those participating in the tours, there will be an
additional conference fee of $45 to cover the cost of lunch at
NIST and transportation by motor coach to and from NIST.
Lunch will take place at the NIST Cafeteria upon arrival
(around 1:00 PM) and prior to taking the tours.
For additional and/or technical questions pertaining to the NIST Gaithersburg lab tours, please contact Jim Olthoff.
Additional IMPORTANT Security Details:
- All NON U.S. Citizens (including Permanent
U.S. Residents) MUST complete the 1260
PDF Form and fax/email it to:
Zulma Lainez, 301-975-3038, email@example.com, no later than May 15, 2012.
- Before accessing the NIST site, visitors
will also be required (NO EXCEPTIONS) to show valid
- for U.S. citizens: valid U.S. driver's license
- for international travelers: valid passport (the actual passport, not a copy)
- for non-citizen permanent U.S. residents: valid permanent resident card (not a copy).