The PSC Federal Law Enforcement Conference will bring senior executives from across industry and government together to discuss key law enforcement initiatives. Given the administration’s focus on law enforcement and security, this is an opportunity for industry to engage with key government executives on law enforcement challenges. Speakers from DHS, DOJ, and other law enforcement agencies will discuss their priorities and industry leaders will discuss where the market is headed. View full conference agenda and speakers here.
This half-day conference will be your opportunity to share ideas with senior government and industry leaders in an extensive dialogue on innovative approaches, best practices and their implications on your company.
April 20, 2021
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET
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ADVANCE REGISTRATION (thru March 24, 2021)
Registration fees: Members: $345 | Nonmembers: $495 | Government: Free
On-Demand access: Members: $345 | Nonmembers: $495 | Government: Free
LATE REGISTRATION: (after March 24, 2021)
Registration fees: Members: $395 | Nonmembers: $550 | Government: Free
On-Demand access: Members: $395 | Nonmembers: $550 | Government: Free
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Conference registration cancellations received 5 business days in advance will receive a full refund; cancellations within 5 business days will not receive a refund but can transfer their registration.
PSC POLICY LEAD
Vice President, Civilian Agencies
Bradley J. Saull is Vice President for Civilian Agencies at the Professional Services Council, where he leads the association’s policy and programming for federal government civilian departments and agencies with a particular focus on the Departments of Homeland Security, Veterans Affairs, and Health and Human Services. He has led and coordinated numerous federal acquisition training programs in a “Reverse Industry Day” format where industry shares acquisition lifecycle perspectives on topics such as the company bid/no bid decision, innovation and contract administration post award.