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D.C. – How Can DHS work with you – May 15 – Free

The PGA East National Capital Chapter invites you and a guest to…

Department of Homeland Security:



Tuesday, May 15th
6:00 pm Networking & Reception with food & drinks

6:30pm Program Begins

Interface Media Group
1233 20th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036

rsvp to:  pganationalcapital@gmail.com

Most of us have seen, or heard of, HOMELAND (in this community, you might have even worked on the series).  But have you ever wondered what DHS really does? Like most federal Departments, DHS can not only assist with your project, but also hire producers to create content for them.  If you’ve ever wondered what kind of content they create or how you can get on their vendor list – now’s your chance.   Even better, our panelists will tell us how they can help with your scripted or non-scripted series or film.

We’ve brought together a stellar panel of agents and experts to share their insights on how to work with the people inside DHS.  They’ll provide an overview on DHS came to be and highlight the 10 federal agencies within DHS.  As a relatively new Department, the public is largely unaware of all the things DHS does to keep America safe here and abroad.

Lead Presenter
Brandon Montgomery – DHS Public Affairs Officer, Director of Multimedia, Motion Pictures and Television 

Topics include:

  • How to work with DHS on scripted and non-scripted formats
  • What resources and access DHS can provide to writers, development directors and producers.
  • Five of the ten DHS federal agencies will highlight what they do with case examples: ICE Homeland Security Investigations, Customs and Border Protection and Border Patrol, US Secret Service, TSA, and Science and Technology.

Question & answer period after the presentation.