Jessica Salmoiraghi, Associate Administrator and Chief Acquisition Officer for GSA’s Office of Government-wide Policy, will be the guest speaker at PSC’s September 6 Government Affairs Committee (GAC) meeting. She will discuss high-profile GSA initiatives, including shared services and Technology Business Management (TBM). The meeting will also feature a discussion of the 8/13 interim FAR Rule implementing Section 889 of the FY19 NDAA prohibiting contracting for certain telecommunications and video surveillance services or equipment. As always, the GAC will also address the latest policy developments affecting our industry and PSC’s advocacy.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
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Chief Acquisition Officer for GSA’s Office of Government-wide Policy
GSA created the Office of Government-wide Policy (OGP) to consolidate its policy functions into a single organization. OGP's policymaking authority covers the areas of personal and real property, travel and transportation, information technology, regulatory information and use of federal advisory committees. OGP's strategic direction is to ensure that government-wide policies encourage agencies to develop and utilize the best, most cost effective management practices for the conduct of their specific programs. Read more.
PSC POLICY LEAD
Executive Vice President & Counsel
Alan L. Chvotkin is the executive vice president and counsel of the Professional Services Council, the principal national trade association of the government technology and professional services industry, where he is responsible for the association’s legislative and regulatory policy activity. He has been at PSC since 2001.
Thank you to CGI Federal for sponsoring the September GAC meeting.
ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MEETING
The Government Affairs Committee (GAC) meets the first Friday of every month and is often referred to as “the best information exchange in town.” Each meeting features a special government guest discussing, on a non-attribution basis, one or more critical legislative, regulatory, or other policy issues. The second half of each meeting is the information exchange, where up-to-date information and materials on relevant issues and recent policy developments are disseminated and discussed.
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Sept. 6, 2019
12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Holland & Knight Conference Center
800 17th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20006
- or teleconference -
Free for members
Closed to nonmembers