Meeting & Attendee Policies


During DCAT Week, the organization’s top priority is the safety and welfare of all our attendees, staff, and guests. The event will be structured and conducted under the guidance and recommendations issued by the US Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the public health authorities of the City of New York. Currently, Member Company representatives attending DCAT programs, events, and lounges, including the 94th DCAT Annual Dinner, will be required to provide proof of identification and vaccination. Any exemptions must be pre-approved, and if granted, specific health protocols must be followed. Otherwise, an attendee will not gain access to those specific areas. We expect to review this policy in the future and may make changes as circumstances dictate or allow. We hope that our DCAT Member Companies understand and will do their best to work within our guidelines. 

Please use the links below to access and review the important policies for all individuals who plan to attend DCAT Week 2022: