From the OMG website:
Technical Meeting Overview
March 18-22, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Reston in Reston, VA, USA
The OMG Technical Meeting provides IT architects, business analysts, government experts, vendors and end-users a neutral forum to discuss, develop and adopt standards that enable software interoperability for a wide range of industries. Attend an OMG Technical Meeting to influence the direction of future standards work, hear from industry experts, network with your peers and be among the first to know what will be cutting edge tomorrow.
Information Days — one or two-day in-depth events on a specific area of interest — are held during each Technical Meeting and are a great way to get training and learn about standards and related practices, methodologies & technologies.
The OMG hosts four Technical Meetings approximately every ten to twelve weeks per year in various locations around the world. Typically, three are located within the US and one is held at an international venue. At these meetings, technical experts from member companies and organizations meet to discuss OMG technologies and work on new specifications.
Sunday – Thursday: Throughout the meeting week, up to 25 parallel subgroup meetings are held. These subgroup meetings are working meetings which focus on the development of software standards in the domain and platform technology areas. Domain areas include, but are not limited to Finance, Manufacturing, Space, Telecomm and Life Sciences. Platform technologies represented are Model Driven Architecture® (MDA®), UML®, CORBA®, CWM™, Security and more.
Wednesday: Presentation(s) by select sponsoring organization(s) made during a plenary session. The presentation(s) is(are) technological or strategic in nature.
Tuesday & Wednesday: An exhibit area is open for viewing demonstrations of OMG technology-based products.
Friday: The meeting week concludes with an Architectural Board (AB) Domain (DTC) and Platform Technology Committee (PTC) Plenary. At this meeting, representatives of member organizations with voting privileges recommend adoption of specifications. This is the culmination of member involvement in the OMG Technology Adoption Process.