THE PROTOCOL NETWORK
What is The Protocol Network? It's a cross-agency, cross-government listing of known protocol offices and protocol professionals. The Protocol Network isn't limited or restricted to just those people who have attended our JMAR Management & Training seminars. Rather its use is open to anyone working with protocol or event management. It is available to anyone who works with protocol or event management across the federal government as well as within local and state governments and corporate entities.
Listings are added as they are received. Presently The Protocol Network is supplied in Adobe PDF format which will require Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader software to view the network. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer you can download the program for free from Adobe by clicking on the following link:
Finding information in the network listings: As mentioned above, The Protocol Network is provided in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format. To search for any type of information, use the 'CTRL-F' keys or the 'search' icon or button. Type in the information you are looking for (ex: 'Los Angeles,' or 'Army') and then click on 'Find next.' The program will find all occurrences of that text. Tip: be as general as possible. For example, if you enter 'Fort Leavenworth,' the program will not find any listings because forts are entered as 'Ft' or 'Ft.' Instead, type in 'Leavenworth.'