Here are some photos from last week's NBFAA Day on Capitol Hill. (My full SIW report is here.)
Above: NBFAA President George Gunning addresses members during breakfast as the associationâ€™s lobbyist, John Chwat, looks on.
Above: Representative Paul Broun (R-GA) addresses the members during breakfast. He spoke about the importance of enabling the security industry to do federal background checks on people they hire in order to protect both themselves and their customers.
Above: Representative Michael Arcuri address members during lunch, thanking them for their commitment to security.
Above: NBFAA members gather for a group photo during lunch at Rayburn Building.
Above: A view of the Capitol Building from atop Honeywellâ€™s headquarters at 101 Constitution Avenue.
Above: NBFAA President-Elect Mike Miller (left) shares a moment of solidarity with current NBFAA President George Gunning.
Above: From left to right: Zach DeWaters, VP, Chwat & Co., Inc.; John Chwat, President, Chwat & Co., Inc., and Director of Governmental Relations for NBFAA; Samantha DeBee, Director Governmental Relations, Chwat & Co., Inc.
Above: Honeywell, a $37 billion dollar company last year, gave NBFAA members a tour highlighting the company's wide range of technologies and products.
Above: During the tour, Honeywell displayed a model city to showcase how its technologies work in the real world. (In the upper left-hand corner is an airplane; in the upper-right is a satellite.)
Stay tuned for a report in Security Dealer & Integrator as well!