How the 2019 NDAA impacts your business
We are taking a deep dive into the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act at a WT Power Breakfast later this month.
Our group of experts will explain what’s in the law and how it impacts government contractors. The event will be held Sept. 28 at Convene in Tysons, Va. The event will start at 7:30 a.m. with breakfast with the program kicking off at about 8 a.m.
Click here for more information how you can register as well as other details.
Kicking us off will be Jonathan Etherton, a long-time watcher of Congress and former Hill staffer. He’ll explain how the bill came together and what issues and problems Congress was trying to solve.
After that we have a panel comprised of Alan Chvotkin of the Professional Services Council, Trey Hodgkins of the IT Alliance for Public Sector, and Corban Evans of the National Defense Industrial Association.
Their job will be to get into the nitty gritty of the 2019 NDAA and explain its provisions around contracts and procurement as well as DOD priorities that will have an impact on how contractors approach the market and what kind of opportunities they can expect.
Our final speaker will be William Schneider Jr., a former government executive with several agencies and departments and current chairman of the Defense Science Board. He also is a fellow at the Hudson Institute. He’ll talk about the 2019 NDAA and where it points to future priorities and regulatory actions that Congress might take. He’ll also explain where the NDAA process is falling short.
Each year, Congress takes on the NDAA and often uses it as a conduit for new requirements on how the government buys and what it busy.
That will be the overarching theme of this Power Breakfast. We’ll talk about new requirements and provisions as well as what is left to be done. The annual bill has a profound impact on how business is conducted in the federal market so you won’t want to miss this opportunity to gain value insights that can help you protect your business as well as find new areas for growth.
As always these also are great opportunities to network and meet potential partners and keep tabs on competitors.
Posted by Nick Wakeman on Sep 14, 2018 at 2:18 PM