Picture this: Lessons over lunch

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More than 300 people attended Washington Technology's first "Lessons of the Top 100 Luncheon and Conference: a celebration of the 2006 Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors," held June 14 at the Hilton McLean-Tysons Corner hotel in McLean, Va. Executives from listed companies and throughout industry gave presentations.


Some attendees listen to the Lessons of the Top 100.

Robert Burton of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy

Jerry DeMuro of General Dynamics Corp.

"Power Panel II," which addressed the growing number of governmentwide acquisition contracts and multiple award contracts, are from left: Stan Soloway, Glenn Perry, Linda Allan, Michael Del-Colle and Jerry Punderson.

Speaker Austin Yerks of Computer Sciences Corp.

Speaker Aaron Heffron of Market Connections Inc.

Speaker Mac DeShazer of Lockheed Martin IT

Speaker Renny DiPentima of SRA International Inc.


Photos by Rick SteeleMarket leaders
GovMark Council May 25 held its annual awards honoring top marketing campaigns and their leaders.


Steve O'Keeffe, executive director of the GovMark Council, speaks to council members.


Alan Hill of SI International Inc. receives the Federal Civilian Marketing Program honorable mention from PostNewsweek's Dan Arnold.


Photos courtesy GovMark Council

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