THE COMMUNITY: Contracting, from the top

Rob Burton

A panel from the Lessons of the Top 100 event

MORE THAN 200 ATTENDEES got together in McLean. Va., for the Lessons of the Top 100 event sponsored by GCN's sister publication, Washington Technology.

The event honored the 2006 top 100 federal prime contractors amid a full day of keynotes and panel discussions. Rob Burton, acting administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, delivers the morning keynote.

A panel consisting of, from left, Stan Solloway of the Professional Services Council, Glenn Perry of the Education Department, Linda Allen of NCI Information Systems, Michael Del-Colle of Accenture and Jerry Punderson of Naval Sea Systems Command hold a discussion on contracting gridlock.


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