9/25 Breakfast
In/Site: OIRA Administrator Neomi Rao
The recent enactment of tax reform legislation brought with it hundreds of new provisions, many of which will require the promulgation of new rules from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In April, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) and the Department of the Treasury reached a memorandum of understanding (MOU) allowing OIRA to review Treasury regulations — including those proposed by the IRS — for the first time since 1983.
9/25 Featured
Contractors are beginning to think strategically about aligning resources to compete for the largest opportunities likely to be competed in fiscal 2019. This year includes a list of about $125 billion in total estimated contract value that will be up for competition. Join Bloomberg Government analysts to explore the top 20 opportunities of FY19.
10/4 Webinar
The 2018 midterms are fast approaching, with many analysts forecasting a Democratic tidal wave. Midterm elections are often a referendum on the president, and this year will be no exception. But with economic indicators at record highs, presidential approval ratings nearing record lows and high-profile challenges to and losses by Democratic incumbents in the primaries, this election is anything but typical.
10/9 Breakfast
Bloomberg Government  |   1101 K St NW, Suite 500  |   Washington, DC 20005
Join Bloomberg Government for the annual Army Market Budgets and Opportunities Breakfast to review top upcoming Army contracting opportunities and the outlook for key Army priorities.
10/18 Dinner
We're Putting Down Roots in Washington
Bloomberg Government is putting down roots in Washington. Join us for an exclusive launch event and preview of our new grassroots advocacy and mobilization platform.
11/1 Webinar
With the election only days away and majority control of the Congress still up for grabs, analysts are focusing on the handful of races that will determine the outcome. What is the likelihood of a change in control of the House or Senate – and what will the post-election landscape look like in Washington? Join Bloomberg Government’s resident election guru, Greg Giroux, and editorial director, Loren Duggan, for a conversation on the toss-up races that could change the direction of Washington.
11/13 Summit
InterContinental, The Wharf
801 Wharf Street, SW  |   Washington, D.C. 20024
Taking place one week after the mid-term elections, Next.2018 will embed the outcomes of the election and the outlook for policy across a range of technology-focused issues.

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