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Sep 17

Vienna, VA

Tower Club

For over twenty-five years, the Washington Breakfast Club (WBC) has facilitated a monthly information exchange which features legislators, agency executives and officials from all branches of federal government presenting on relevant and timely information to interested industry participants. For our September 2009 WBC meeting we are pleased to welcome back Ms. Lynn Schnurr Army Intelligence Chief Information Officer for the Deputy Chief of Staff,, G-2 (DCS, G-2) and Director of the Intelligence Community Information Management Directorate. Ms. Schnurr plays a pivotal role in providing operational and technical advice on infrastructure and intelligence community information management/information technology (IM/IT) endeavors. She is responsible for formulating the strategic management and integration of Army Intelligence IM/IT systems with the Joint, National, and Intelligence Community intelligence IM/IT systems. Her focus is on long-range strategies and new trends in technology development to provide accurate and timely support to tactical, operational, and strategic-level operations throughout Army, and to support all aspects of Army transformation. The doors open at 7:15 AM for registration and networking with a hot buffet breakfast being served at 7:30. Each attendee will be given the opportunity to introduce him/herself and his/her company. Following this our speaker will present their program and we will turn it back over to networking following Q&A. The cost of the event is $55.00 for prepaid registration. There is an additional $10.00 fee for onsite registration and payment. No-show's and late cancellations will be charged the full event price.

Government Contractors

Cost: $55.00

Contact Name: Margaret Timberlake

ph: 410-381-7378 email: [email protected]

Company Info:

The American Small Business Coalition

PO Box 2786
Columbia, MD. 21045 United States

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