Software, no. But I have passed along my planning and budgeting information, provided as many tips as I could think of, answered any questions sent my way, and offered to help in any way requested by the 2017 and 2018 crews. The same was done for me by the folks that ran 2010, 2014, and 2015. One of the biggest helps for me was being involved in one way or another with 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2015 before having to put 2016 on the road. Seeing bits and pieces of so many events and getting to learn hands on what worked and what didn't was invaluable experience.
As I think about these folks that have stepped up of late and sponsored the Springfield, Lexington and Black Hawk NASSAM's, is there software programs that are forwarded through each organizing group that they use for the next event? Does that software provide for all of the interwoven functions of the event? (I won't list them as I have no experience and probably don't realize the extent needed)
As for the software system availability, I would hope that answer is Yes. For without it, what a huge effort for a consideration of hosting an event.
If that 'wheel' does exist and not needed to be re-invented by each host sponsor, I would assume that would be a tremendous start on hosting an event. Then adequate run options and conference facilities would round out a good start for a host consideration.
An off the cuff idea might be to take the lead organizer person from the last five (or a chosen number, maybe it is three) of NASSAM events and make them the committee to pass judgement and advice for the next NASSAM site volunteers; for example, Sooner, John, and RtE. For each new NASSAM year, the oldest host would drop off, while the last host would be added. This would provide experience, support, insight and some continuity to each years NASSAM event. And, also be apt to provide a lot of comfort to a new site volunteer organization. Possibly increasing the odds of more club's even stepping up and volunteering.
Just some thoughts......:dunno: