Frequently Asked Questions
Where and when is the AIPAC Policy Conference 2017?
The AIPAC Policy Conference 2017 will be held Sunday, March 26th – Tuesday, March 28th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center located at 801 Mt Vernon Place Washington, DC 20001. This is between 7th and 9th Streets and N Street and New York Avenue in Washington, DC. Telephone: 202-249-3000

How do I get to the Convention Center?
The Convention Center is close to the Mount Vernon Square stop on the Green/Yellow lines of the metro, Washington's subway.

How do I get to Washington?
Washington, DC's three major airports are Reagan National Airport (DCA), Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI).

Amtrak operates train service to Washington's Union Station, which is also on the Red line of the metro.

How can I register?
You can register online.

What if I need to cancel my registration?
Since AIPAC must guarantee and therefore pay for each delegate's participation in advance, cancellations after January 6, 2017, cannot be refunded nor applied to future AIPAC events. Additionally, Policy Conference 2017 registrations are non-transferable.

How do I receive my conference badge?
AIPAC issues all delegates personal conference credentials in the form of a badge and lanyard. Badges are being mailed out to each delegate several weeks prior to Policy Conference 2017.

What is the dress code?
Business attire is appropriate for the entire conference. The Convention Center is very large, so comfortable shoes are a must throughout the conference.

Delegates with Disabilities
AIPAC is dedicated to making Policy Conference a safe and comfortable experience for all of our delegates. Wheelchair accommodations, ASL interpreters and assistive listening devices are available throughout the conference. A downloadable guide (PDF) is available for reference.

How do I choose my breakouts/see my schedule?
Policy Conference Agenda Builder, our new and improved session selection website, is your tool to build, save and print your personal schedule for the conference. Watch your inbox for an invitation to build your PC agenda.

What is a lobbying appointment?
A lobbying appointment is your opportunity to meet with your member of Congress and speak to them about issues of concern to the pro-Israel community. Most lobbying appointments will take place on Capitol Hill with either your member of Congress or a congressional staffer.

Is there a Shabbaton available?
Expand your Policy Conference experience by joining us Friday, March 24 – Saturday, March 25th for an in-depth educational seminar. You must register for Policy Conference in order to participate. Register now. Cancellations for Shabbaton must be received in writing by March 8, 2017 in order to receive a full refund.

Is there special programming for high school or college students?
To learn more about student programming at PC, please contact AIPAC on Campus at

Additional Questions?
Call the Policy Conference Hotline at 202-639-5363 or email