Sep 26

Washington, DC

Grand Hyatt Washington

Join the Coalition on September 26, 7:15 a.m., at the Grand Hyatt in Washington DC for a forum featuring high level officials from the Department of Homeland Security. The event will provide insight into how DHS plans to meet contracting goals over the next three years. Panelists Include: • Anne Terry, Director of Procurement Policy & Oversight • Kevin Boshears, Director Office Small Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) • Daniel McLaughlin, Executive Director, Office of Procurement Operations • Tim Shaughnessy, Technical Advisor, Chief Procurement Officer • Michael Smith, Director, DHS Strategic Sourcing Also in attendance will be Robert Namejko, DHS Industry Liaison and Jose Arrieta, DHS Procurement Ombudsman. The panel discussion will be followed by a networking session that will allow members to meet with panelists and directly discuss acquisition issues that impact their federal business. Schedule: • Registration: 7:15 am • Panel Discussion: 8:00 am • Networking Session: 8:45 am – 9:15 am • Wrap-Up and Questions: 9:15 am – 9:30 am The Department of Homeland Security plans to highlight a number of upcoming initiatives affecting industry including: 1. Industry and Government Communication 2. Acquisition Policy and Workforce Initiatives 3. Strategic Sourcing 4. Small Business 5. Quality Contracting Who Should Attend: • Industry Contract and Program Managers • Business Development • In-house Counsel Do not miss this opportunity for an engaging dialogue about DHS procurement priorities, processes and procedures. Space is limited, so please register today! Registration Fees: Keystone Member: FREE Premier Member: $65 Regular Member: $75 Non-Member: $130 Government: $15

• Industry Contract and Program Managers • Business Development • In-house Counsel

Registration Opens: 09/10/2012 Cost: 130

Contact Name: Athena Oliff

ph: 2023151052 email: aoliff@thecgp.org

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