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* A widely attended gathering is a meeting, conference, or other event which is expected to be attended by a large number of people representing a wide range of interests (e.g., open to members from throughout an industry or profession) and that will provide expected attendees an opportunity to exchange ideas and views.

For more information, please see DoD Guidance on Widely Attended Gatherings.


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