Bloomberg Government is proud to be the Title Sponsor of The Coalition for Government Procurement’s 2012 Annual Fall Training Conference.
In addition, you can see Federal Business Intelligence Analyst Brian Friel discuss the latest on Multiple-Award and Government-Wide Contracts (MACs/GWACs) and Bloomberg Government Defense Analyst Rob Levinson discuss sequestration and the impact on the contracting community.
Join The Coalition on October 24 and 25 for its two-day 2012 Fall Training Conference: Continuing the Dialogue — Understanding Acquisition Policy; Understanding the Federal Market; Recognizing Excellence in Partnership. This training conference will address acquisition policy, the federal market and Excellence in Partnership. Thought leaders from government, industry and academia will give us their perspectives on changes that have occurred and are expected in the federal government’s $250 billion multiple awards contracting program. Well recognized federal contracting attorneys will cover major cases affecting government contractors. Contracting officials from all Government-wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) and the General Services Administration Multiple Awards Schedules programs will be present to explain their latest initiatives and to participate in break out session to discuss the specifics of their programs. Hear how sequestration, declining budgets and strategic sourcing may affect what the government buys and how they buy it. This training conference represents the best in communications between government and industry to improve the delivery of services to the U.S. taxpayer. A unique aspect the conference will be the presentation of Excellence in Partnership recognition to individuals and organizations from government and industry that have achieved significant cost savings while providing superior service or that has provided outstanding support to returning veterans. You do not want to miss this training opportunity.
For more information and to register for the conference, visit http://thecgp.org/event/2012-fall-training-conference-continuing-the-dialogue