On schedule

Agency buyers aren't the only ones who have to keep up with government procurement policy; contractors have to stay with the program, too. Both got the chance recently at a conference in Arlington, Va., held by the Coalition for Government Procurement, a Washington association of contractors on the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Schedule.

Nancy Goode, left, of GSA, talks shop with Carol Barton, center, of Washington Management Group and Patti Bohnenstiehl of Achieve-Global.

Tina Burnett, GSA deputy assistant commissioner for FSS, addresses the conference.

IT issues at the state and local levels took center stage recently at the Annual State of the States Briefing in Washington presented by FSI of McLean, Va.

Greg Meffert, chief technology officer of New Orleans, and David Sullivan, CIO of Virginia Beach, Va., take part in a panel discussion, 'Critical Security Issues Facing City Governments Today,' moderated by Washington Technology editor Steve LeSueur.

Scott Pattison, left, executive director of the National Association of State Budget Officers, chats with FSI's Ray Bjorklund during a break.


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