About the Event


The 2020 NADCO Spring Summit Welcomes Back the SLPC Team!


The NADCO Spring Summit has always been about leadership. CDC employees and other industry professionals meeting with industry experts, regulatory decision makers, and congressional leaders to chart the best course for the 504 industry for the next twelve months and beyond.



Just like the 2019 Spring Summit, 2020 is able to welcome back a special group of industry experts to help guide our CDC industry in improving their loan approval rating. That’s right! The Sacrament Loan Processing Team is coming to Washington, DC again this year to share their perspectives and best practices with 504 professionals.

Attendees will get the opportunity to hear all of the amazing content and meetings the Spring Summit usually provides - including a Capitol Hill Breakfast and a PAC event with senior leadership in Washington, DC - as well as attend workshops led by SLPC experts.

Between the networking opportunities and the ability to influence the future of the industry, the Spring Summit has always been more than just a mid-year conference. Its proximity to decision makers at all levels has led year-after-year to unprecedented face time between practitioners and their regulatory and legislative decision makers. Join us in Washington, DC the week of April 26 to ensure that your voice is among those in attendance. Be there and make 504 history!


Frequently Asked Questions

The SLPC Workshop as a portion of the NADCO Spring Summit is still new to some, so here are the answers to some FAQs:

What topics will be focused on during the SLPC Workshop?
SLPC will be focusing on areas that will be most helpful for CDCs based on experiences, interactions, and data from the Center.

How will the workshop sessions go?
The workshop will center around case studies. SLPC staff will be there to engage with CDCs on topics that arise from the case studies, as well as work with groups and engage attendees in discussions.

How do the "groups" work?
The workshop format (approximately 35-40 people per workshop) was created to maximize interaction between CDCs and SLPC staff to allow for quality engagement, discussion, and learning.

The duration of each workshop will be 2 hours, plus a 30-minute break.

What CDC staff will benefit most from the SLPC workshop?
Any team member who works with SLPC regularly as a requirement of his or her job responsibilities will benefit from this workshop.

How do the workshops affect the Spring Summit schedule?
Attendees of an SLPC workshop will spend 2 hours in these small group workshops, which will take place during the conference breakout sessions. The rest of the conference will go on as usual with breakout and general sessions as well as all of the other "extras" you've come to expect at a NADCO Spring Summit. Most breakout sessions will be repeated to give workshop attendees an opportunity to experience these sessions.

Am I guaranteed a spot in one of the SLPC workshop's small groups?
While NADCO cannot guarantee space in a specific workshop, based on historical participation, we expect to be able to accommodate all who want to participate in the SLPC workshops.

NADCO strongly recommends registering by early bird to more easily secure a space, as these registrants will get the first opportunity to schedule their small groups.

Are all four of the workshop sessions the same?
While these workshops will be engagement-heavy and discussion oriented, which will affect the exact topics of each session, the materials and SLPC-provided content will be identical.

How do I sign up for an SLPC group?
NADCO will send out the sign-up link to the early bird registrants once the early bird registration time period ends. Then as individuals continue to sign up for the Spring Summit, they will be able to access the sign-up link at the time of registration. Each group is on a first come, first serve basis and once a group fills up you will need to select a different group.

Is full Spring Summit programing available for those who don't wish to participate?
Yes! For those who do not have an interest in the SLPC Workshops, simply ignore the workshop scheduling emails and join us in Washington, DC for our regularly scheduled programming!