SECAF Presents September’s Executive Briefing: Fiscal 2015 – Are You Looking at the Right Business Opportunities?

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    Renee Watts
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    What:

    The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) today announced its next Executive Briefing – Fiscal 2015: Are You Looking at the Right Business Opportunities? As this fiscal year is quickly coming to a close, the organization will host a panel discussion on trends in government spending and the areas that small and emerging businesses should consider when investing their business development budget dollars. Specific topics to include:

    • Top federal market opportunities under $25 million;
    • Key government organizations that have the largest IT budgets for 2015; and
    • Top small and emerging businesses in the federal marketplace.

    Who:

    The event will be moderated by Christopher Dorobek, founder, editor and publisher of GovLoop’s DorobekINSIDER. He was previously the anchor of Federal News Radio’s afternoon program and served as editor in chief of Federal Computer Week. The panelists will include: Robert Levinson, Senior Defense Analyst with Bloomberg Government; Nate Nash, Chief Executive Officer at GovTribe; and Carey Webster, Director, Federal Information Services at Deltek.

    When:

    Wednesday, September 17, 2014

    7:30 to 10:00 am

    Where:

    Gannett Building

    7950 Jones Branch Drive

    McLean, VA 22107

    For More Info:

    Attendees can register at http://www.secaf.org. Media should RSVP to Amy Talley at [email protected].

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    About The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum

    The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) enables the small and emerging government contractor to achieve maximum growth rates in a highly competitive marketplace. Arming members with business resources, access to influencers and government agencies, and advocacy opportunities and education, SECAF is an important resource for a growing company. SECAF also serves the medium to large government contractors, providing invaluable introductions to specialized small businesses that enable the overall contracting community to work successfully in tandem. For more information, visit http://www.secaf.org.

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