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Marshall and White
May 20, 2015Social Media for B2G - What is Working
Registration: 7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Registration and Networking
Meeting: 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Program
3150 Fairview Park Drive South
Falls Church , VA
Social Media for B2G - What is Working
Speaker:Mark Amtower, Leading GovCon Consultant, Author and Columnist, Amtower & Company
Sponsors:Silver Sponsors: Cox Business; Federal Publications Seminars; Unisys
Location Sponsor: Noblis
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Moving Forward, What Happens?
Understanding The Future Impacts of Sequestration
October 9, 2012
PSC President & CEO
Presentation: The Sequestration Dilemma
What You Don't Know, Can Hurt You! - Why Your Cyber Posture is Critical
March 28, 2012
"Networking As An Art" Committee Networking reception and panel discussion.
March 8, 2012
Speakers: Peg Hosky, Jim Garrettson, Chris Dorobek, Mark Amtower.
B2IC: Engaging the Intelligence Community
January 19, 2012
The oft-cited "Catch-22" is that you need a contract with the Intelligence Community (IC) in order to get clearances, but you need clearances to get a contract. Join the NVTC Business to Government Committee for a panel discussion that will debunk that myth. Panelists will also provide concrete methods for getting your products, services and technologies in front of the right people, and help guide you through the gates to success.
HITECH Act · A Federal, State and Local Market Outlook · "Where do we stand in promoting the adoption and meaningful use of health information technology"
June 16, 2010
Karen Smith Thiel, Ph.D., Associate, Patton Boggs
Kim Barnes, Director, Virginia Office of Health Information Technology
John W. Loonsk, MD, FACMI | Chief Medical Officer, CGI Federal
PowerPoint Presentation by Kimberly S. Barnes
What's the Buzz in the Critical Infrastructure Protection
May 18, 2010
Opportunities and Trends with the Open Gov Directive - How Social Media can be Critical to its Success
April 20, 2010
Breaking into Government Sales - How Emerging Companies Can Begin Doing Business with the Government
April 8, 2010
Federal Contracting Growth Strategies - Tips For Small and Emerging Businesses
March 11, 2010
November 18, 2009
Current Status of the M&A Market and Growth Financing in Government Contracting
An informative session that brought together a panel of experts to provide an overview of the government contracting market, growth financing options, and trends in public company valuations, M&A valuations and volume as well as other trends in the transaction area.
Growth Financing for Government Contractors - Accounts Receivable Financing; Unbilled Payroll Financing; Purchase Order Financing | David Marrin, Division Manager, Senior Vice President, Government Services Group, Wells Fargo Business Credit
Government Services Market Update | Kevin P. DeSanto, Kipps DeSanto
Government Contractors Value Drivers | Gregg N. Funkhouser, CPA, Government Contracting Segment Leader, Goodman & Company and Kathy S. Jensen, CPA, Senior Manager, Goodman & Company