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  • CONGRESS APPROVES CONTINUING RESOLUTION Read more here...

  • CONGRESSIONAL FIRE SERVICES CAUCUS PRESENTS FLAGS FOR FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS MEMORIAL SERVICE Read more here...

  • CONGRESS CONTINUES WORK ON CONTINUING RESOLUTION AS DEADLINE LOOMS Read more here...

  • VOLUNTEER RESPONDER INCENTIVE PROTECTION ACT ADVANCES IN SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE Read more here...

  • HOUSE COMMITTEE APPROVES THE PROTECTING ACCESS TO EMERGENCY MEDICATIONS ACT Read more here...

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    Emergency Services
    Dinner And Symposium

    Future Dates

    • 2017 - April 5-6
    • 2018 - April 18-19
    • 2019 - April 24-25
    • 2020 - April 29-30
    • 2021 - April 28-29

Order Your 2016 White House Christmas Ornament Today

Every year since 1981, the White House Historical Association has designed the Official White House Christmas Ornament. These unique collectibles — honoring individual presidents or specific White House anniversaries — have become part of the holiday tradition of millions of American families. The 2016 White House Christmas ornament honors the administration of Herbert Hoover, who served as the thirty-first president of the United States from 1929 to 1933. It is inspired by the fire engines that responded to the 1929 Christmas Eve fire at the White House and the toy trucks presented to children by the Hoovers the following Christmas. The ornament is crafted from shiny brass plated with nickel and 24-karat gold, and the engine carries a Christmas tree for delivery to the White House. Click here to read more.

2016 National Fire and Emergency Services Symposium and Dinner:

Fire Service Leaders from Across the Country Make a Difference at the National Level


United States Fire Administrator Ernie Mitchell speaking at the 28th Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner.

Approximately 1,500 leaders from the fire service and fire service industry traveled to Washington, DC to participate in the 2016 National Fire and Emergency Services Symposium and Dinner. Sponsored by the Congressional Fire Services Institute, the event provided opportunities for interaction with federal agency leaders, congressional staff and fire service peers. During their time in Washington, DC, fire service leaders made their presence known on Capitol Hill and delivered important messages about federal programs and legislation that benefit our nation's one million firefighters and emergency services personnel.

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Preparing America's Fire & Emergency Services for the Next Call


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