SECAF Taps Former Federal CIOs for Upcoming Executive Briefing Small and Emerging Businesses to Join Conversation on Creative Strategies for Success
For immediate release
January 7, 2014
Contact: Amy Talley
SECAF Taps Former Federal CIOs for Upcoming Executive Briefing
Small and Emerging Businesses to Join Conversation on Creative Strategies for Success
The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) is pleased to announce its next Executive Briefing – Creative Insights for Success from Former Federal CIOs: A Conversation for Small and Emerging Businesses. The role of the government contractor continues to evolve, particularly when it comes to engaging federal counterparts in pursuit of opportunity. SECAF’s upcoming briefing will focus on this topic, tapping the perspective of three CIO leaders to explain how small and emerging businesses can learn potential new strategies in pursuit of federal contracting opportunities.
Speakers include Nitin Pradhan of GOVonomy, former CIO at the Department of Transportation; Vance Hitch of Deloitte, Former CIO at the Department of Justice; and Chris Niedermayer of BRMi, Former Deputy CIO at Housing and Urban Development. The conversation will be moderated by Roger Jordan of PSC Group. Each brings years of federal experience and will shed insight on how companies can achieve success in this challenging, lowest price, highly competitive marketplace.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
7:30 to 10:00 am
The Gannett Building
7950 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, Virginia 22107
For More Info:
Attendees can register at www.secaf.org. Media should RSVP to Amy Talley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum
The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) enables the small and emerging government contractor to achieve maximum growth rates in a highly competitive marketplace. Arming members with business resources, access to influencers and government agencies, and advocacy opportunities and education, SECAF is an important resource for a growing company. SECAF also serves the medium to large government contractors, providing invaluable introductions to specialized small businesses that enable the overall contracting community to work successfully in tandem. For more information, visit www.secaf.org.