Hilton McLean Tysons Corner
Register for the 27th Annual Federal Outlook® Conference to get an in-depth analysis of the 2013 budget and the impact it will have on industry. Attend the event for a clear, non-partisan analysis of how you can find new opportunities within the available contractor-addressable spending.
Learn more about:
Turbulence in government spending, congressional cuts, and government restructuring
Creatively addressing acquisition and funding challenges
“White space” opportunities and roadblocks affecting your position in the market
Adjusting your business strategies based on the future market and increasing competition
Get answers to the following questions:
In this election year, how will the congressional appropriations process affect contract spending?
Should contractors re-align their businesses to benefit from the new military strategy?
Will the threat of sequestration drive different contract spending behaviors?
Is the consolidation of the machinery of government a boon or bane for contractors?
Hear from industry experts:
VP and Chief Knowlege Officer
Mr. Bjorklund will provide a comprehensive view of the FY 2013 presidential budget and receive over 100 charts analyzing key industry segments including:
Architecture, engineering & construction
Aerospace and defense
Dr. Stephen Fuller
Dwight Schar Faculty Chair and University Professor;
Director, Center for Regional Analysis
George Mason University
Dr. Fuller is the region’s most sought out economist and he will give the near term outlook for the Washington Area economy and what this means to government contractors.
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