Start Date: 1/26/2022 1:00 PM EST
End Date: 1/26/2022 2:30 PM EST
Venue Name: Zoom Webinar
The NDAA is “must pass” legislation each year. Congress typically crams this critical legislation full of provisions that will shape federal procurement policy for the new year and beyond. The 2022 NDAA is no different. The 2022 NDAA contains numerous provisions that will impact federal contracting this year and going forward, including provisions that address small business contractors, cybersecurity, contractor employment obligations, construction contracting, mergers & acquisitions, domestic preferences, and more. As a federal contractor planning for the year ahead, it is critical to get the new year off on the right foot by understanding the key provisions in the 2022 NDAA and how they may impact you and the federal contracting market this year. Please join us for the January Member Briefing to learn everything that small business contractors need to know about the 2022 NDAA, courtesy of Elizabeth Sullivan, President of Madison Services Group.
- Elizabeth Sullivan, President of Madison Services Group
Registration is required.
- SECAF Members - Complimentary
- Non-Members - $35
Register by Tuesday, January 25 by 12:00pm.
Elizabeth Sullivan is the President of Madison Services Group, a woman-owned company that provides government relations and federal business development services. She focuses on federal procurement, small business, and education policy.
She currently leads the policy teams for the leading voice for small and midsize federal contractors - the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, the HUBZone Contractors National Council, California Association for Micro Enterprise Opportunity (CAMEO), the Women Veterans Business Coalition and a group of small and midsize IT value-added resellers, GovEvolve. Elizabeth recently led the formation of the Secure Supply Chain Consortium, a group of small and midsize federal contractors that seek to provide constructive input to decision-makers who are tackling difficult supply chain security problems, such as the implementation of Section 889 and the Department of Defense's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC).
Her expertise in government contracting includes shaping federal acquisition policy on Capitol Hill and analyzing federal procurement data to position companies to win federal contracts. She holds a Masters of Studies in Law in Government Procurement and Cybersecurity at the George Washington University School of Law. Elizabeth is a graduate of James Madison University, and holds a Master’s in Early Childhood Education. Prior to Joining Madison Services Group, Elizabeth was a Teach for America corps member in Chicago, IL.
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