Thanks for Attending!

Featured Speakers:

Jon Barney
Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry

David Brannon
Vice President, Corporate Strategic Development, Leidos

Lorraine Corcoran
Vice President, Corporate and Marketing Communications, Perspecta Inc.

Sam Dinte
Director, Dinte Global Executive Search

Tim Hurlebaus
President, CGI Federal

Mike Lewis
Chief Development Officer, CACI International

Bob Lohfeld
Founder, Lohfeld Consulting Group

Marc Marlin
Managing Director, KippsDeSanto & Co.

Ed Nemeroff
Vice President, Federal Sales, Connection

Kevin Plexico
Senior Vice President of Information Solutions, Deltek

Larry Prior
Former CEO, CSRA

The M&A Paradigm:
How Acquisitions Disrupt the Competitive Landscape

The last year has seen merger and acquisition activity accelerate dramatically in the federal market.

From headline grabbing deals, such as General Dynamics’ acquisition of CSRA or the formation of Perspecta from combining three companies to the nearly 100 small and mid-size deals that have closed in the last 12 months, the competitive landscape is rapidly changing.

With this torrid pace of deal making, there is a good chance that a close partner or a competitor of your company will be acquired. To stay competitive, executives leading government contracting firms must understand the impact these deals can have on their businesses and future opportunities.

This power breakfast will explore how M&A can have both positive and negative impacts on your competitive positioning. How can you mitigate the effect when a competitor buys one of your major partners? When a competitor is acquired, how can you use that to your advantage?

We’ll explore these questions and more with business leaders who have made these deals and look at both the potential advantages and the risks.

Event Information

Friday, August 17, 2018

Registration: 7:30 - 8:00 AM
Program: 8:00 - 10:20 AM

WT Insider: $49
Systems Integrator/Contractor: $99

The Tower Club Tysons Corner
8000 Towers Crescent Drive,
Suite 1700
Vienna, VA 22182

Presented by