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Jul 18

Vienna, DC

The Tower Club Tysons Corner

We invite you to take this opportunity to learn about the future of one of the largest segments of the Federal Market, as representatives from the GSA OASIS team, GSA FAS ITS, NIH CIOSP III, DHS and others share the latest information about program development. The forum will provide key business intelligence about the future of these multi-billion dollar programs that will be crucial for strategic business planning in the ever-changing fiscal climate. Along with this event, the Coalition is launching a GWAC/MAC & Enterprise Contracting Committee, which gives us the opportunity to play a role in the larger Federal marketplace as we continue to provide members with important opportunities to stay informed of acquisition programs, policy and trends. Panelists/Speakers Include: Robert Coen, Deputy Program Director at the NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) GWAC Program, NIH Jeff Koses, Director, Office of Acquisition Operations, GSA FAS Mike Smith, Director of Strategic Sourcing Program Office, DHS Office of Integrated Technology Services, GSA FAS (Agency participation confirmed, Speaker TBD) Elliott Branch, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Navy (Acquisition and Procurement) in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition), US Navy [Invited] Joanne Woytek, Program Manager/CoTR, NASA SEWP [Invited] David Drabkin, Director, Acquisition Policy, Northrop Grumman Jon Etherton, President, Etherton and Associates Tom Sisti, Director and Chief Legislative Counsel, SAP

Registration Opens: 06/26/2012 Cost: Member $120; Premier Member $95; Non-member $175; Government $20

Contact Name: Sandy Arce

ph: 2023310975 email: sarce@thecgp.org

Company Info:

The Coalition for Government Procurement

1990 M St Suite 450, NW
Washington, DC. 20036 United States


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