Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register?

The easiest way to register to attend the Five Star Government Forum is through the online registration link.

When will the Government Forum take place?

The Five Star Government Forum will take place on April 23, 2019 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

Who attends?

The Five Star Government Forum is designed for mortgage servicers, lenders, government officials – both legislative and executive branch, regulators, political leaders, and service providers.

What is the Five Star Government Forum?

The Five Star Government Forum is an exclusive, day-long engagement where leaders in both servicing and government come together to engage in honest and open dialogue about the industry’s most pressing issues and challenges affecting both your business and the entire housing economy.

Code of Conduct

The Five Star Institute always strives to ensure that each of our attendees is able to enjoy a pleasant and productive experience at our events. As such, we ask that all in attendance exhibit professional conduct at all times to help protect and advance the reputation of the industry we all represent.

Dress Code

All Five Star Government Forum attendees are expected to represent the industry in a professional manner, and our dress code will be strictly enforced and expected at all times: Coats and ties are required for men during all conference functions. Suits/dresses are required for women during all conference functions. Conference badges are considered part of the dress code and act as your ticket.


Due to the exclusive nature of this event, attendees will not be allowed to bring guests. Full registration will be required for all in attendance.


The Newseum
555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
888-NEWSEUM (888-639-7386)

The Newseum is located between the U.S. Capitol and the White House and just one block from the National Mall. Accessible by public transportation by taking Metrorail to Archives/Navy Memorial/Penn Quarter (Green Line and Yellow Line) or Judiciary Square (Red Line).