April 14-18, 2014 Conferences in Norfolk, VA

How to Register

Norfolk at Night

Marriott Hotel and Norfolk Waterside at Night

If you are registering a group and entitled to a group discount, you must first contact ITFMA at info@itfma.com or (805) 687-7390 with the names of the registrants.

ITFMA's Financial World of Information Technology® Conferences are at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel in Norfolk, VA on April 14-18, 2014 and offers these four concurrently held conferences:

  • IT Financial Management Best Practices
  • IT Chargeback, Cost Allocation & Unit Costing
  • IT Financial Management by Practitioners
  • Government IT Financial Management

The April 16-18 conference registration fees are $1,595/$1,695 for members/nonmembers, and the April 14-15 optional workshops are $500 per day. The ITFMA group discounted room rate is $124 for single/double occupancy and the government rate will be the prevailing 2014 government per diem. All sleeping rooms and meeting rooms have free high-speed Internet access. To make room reservations, call (757) 627-4200 or (800) 228-9290 by March 14, 2014 and mention "ITFMA (IT Financial Management Association)” to get the discounted room rate.

Hotel & Nearby Attractions

    Hotel Lobby

    Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel Lobby

  • The city of Norfolk borders six other cities including Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Newport News, and Chesapeake
  • Steps from the hotel you can catch the ferry across the river to Portsmouth’s Olde Towne featuring a scenic waterfront, upscale dining, a plethora of antique and boutique shops, and the largest collection of historic homes between Alexandria, VA and Charleston, SC.
  • The Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel is on the Elizabeth River and in the heart of the Historic District
  • FRED is a free shuttle service consisting of road-ready golf carts that can take as many as five passengers around the downtown area.
  • The hotel is two blocks from MacArthur Center Mall (features over 140 shops and restaurants), the Chrysler Museum of Art (free demonstrations at the Glass Studio), Nautical Museum, Battleship USS Wisconsin, and historical St. Paul's Episcopal Church
  • Nauticus Maritime Museum presents 225 years of naval history and has a maritime-themed science center for kids with an aquarium, hands-on exhibits, interactive theaters, and a variety of educational programs
  • Norfolk Botanical Garden is the only botanical garden in the nation that can be toured by trackless train and by boat. This magnificent 155-acre botanical garden has one of the largest collections of roses, azaleas, camellias, and hollies on the East Coast. It also features over 25 themed gardens, bridges, coastal waterways, and 12 miles of pedestrian trails.
  • The 1797 Moses Myers House offers an exceptionally accurate portrayal of life in the 18th century and remarkably, 70 percent of the original contents still remain there today.
  • For complete information about the Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel, please go to www.marriott.com/orfws