If you represent an information technology company interested in pursuing federal contract opportunities, you should plan on attending a special June 16th forum hosted by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG).
The U.S. Federal government is the world’s largest consumer and they spend in excess of $60 Billion annually on IT projects alone. At this event, you’ll get to hear from a distinguished panel of experts representing large contractors, small to medium size contractors, a representative of the Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center, as well as top-level officials from the General Services Administration.
Panelists will unlock the secrets to “How Technology Companies Can Maximize Profitability Through Federal Contracting” and share their experiences with attendees.
The panel will discuss:
– How to grow in the Federal government space
– Pros and cons of working with the Federal government
– Turning competitors into teaming partners
– How to build a successful track record with the government.
This experienced-based exchange of ideas promises to educate, engage, and provide great insights to companies that want to expand their horizons and increase both their top and bottom lines in this challenging economic environment.
For TAG non-members the cost to attend is $20. Registration can be accomplished at https://s07.123signup.com/servlet/SignUpMember?PG=1521974182300&P=15219741911422840700&Info.
This event will be held from 7:30 am until 9:00 am on June 16, 2011 in the Hodges Room, 3rd floor, 75 Fifth St., NW, Atlanta, GA 30308.
Damon McClure – GSA IT Schedule 70, Deputy Director
Charles Wingate – GSA Federal Acquisitions Services IT Commodities Div, Chief
Thomas Larkin – GTPAC, Procurement Counselor
David East – G4S Technology, SE Business Development Mgr.
Roger House – AxiomPresident & CEO
Moderated By: Oliver Yarbrough, Rainmaker Growth Partners
Sponsered By: Insperity