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CACI, Unisys, IBM execs headline 2019 outlook event

Leaders from CACI, Unisys and IBM will share their insights on where the market is headed in 2019 and beyond at a Washington Technology breakfast event Oct. 26. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from some of the brightest leaders in the market.

Click here to register for our Oct. 26 event, 2019 Outlook and Beyond.

We’ll start with a fireside chat with Ken Asbury, CEO of CACI International. . During his five-plus years as CEO, Asbury has led CACI through several significant acquisitions and other initiatives. We’ll talk about his strategy and how the company is changing to take advantage of trends in the market

The event will also feature a panel consisting of PV Puvvada, president of Unisys Federal, and Lisa Mascolo, managing director, IBM Global Business Services Unit, IBM U.S. Public Service.

A second panel will feature Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president and counsel, Professional Services Council, Trey Hodgkins, senior vice president, IT Alliance for Public Sector, and Corbin Evans, director of regulatory policy, National Defense Industrial Association.

As I've said before, I don’t want to be overly effusive but this is a damn good lineup.

I’ve interviewed nearly all of these folks over the years and what I like about them is that they never try to sell you something. They aren't trying to tell you that they work for the greatest company in the market. They step outside of themselves and their companies and share what they see happening.

For sure, we’ll talk about their company strategies and the opportunities they see, but I think we’ll get even more value from their insights on the trends shaping the market.

2019 might be a great year but we can’t ignore 2020 and the years that follow. Will there be a budget deal? What might it look like? What is going to drive those decisions. As the government pushes for more IT modernization, will we see the policy and regulatory changes that reinforce that desire?

It isn't too late to register, so I encourage you to do so. Click here for more information.

I hope to see you there.

Posted by Nick Wakeman on Oct 19, 2018 at 1:31 PM


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