Working Together, Achieving More
PSC's committees and task forces serve as a gateway for PSC to communicate with its members on policy issues, provide a forum for members to interact with key acquisition and procurement policy government professionals, and offer regular opportunities for networking.
Through more than a dozen policy committees and customer-focused task forces, PSC’s members are the intellectual capital and driving force behind everything the association does. Committees and task forces meet regularly to discuss and develop positions and strategic plans related to issues affecting the government services community. These meetings allow members to interact and engage with colleagues, agency officials and Congressional staff.
Members get involved because they recognize the importance of their PSC membership investment. They set the association agenda, work to rapidly address the many challenges facing the industry, and work collaboratively with the government customer base on innovative strategies and best business practices.
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PSC's committees are policy focused and address a broad range of acquisition and procurement and business policy issues across the professional and technical services space.
PSC's task forces are customer focused and address acquisition and procurement policy issues specific to particular federal agencies. Some meet on an ad hoc basis and others have a regular schedule.
To learn more about the committees and their current activities, please contact:
Matthew Busby or Jean Tarascio