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POCx Roundtable - Growth and Human Capital for Government Contractors
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3/14/2011
When: The second Monday of every month
From 7:30am to 9:00am
Where: Carr Workplaces - Chevy Chase
5425 Wisconsin Ave
Suite 600
Chevy Chase, Maryland  20815
United States
Contact: Events Coordinator

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The March 2011 Presidents, Owners and Chief Executives (POCx) Roundtable will specifically address how small government contractors navigate business growth issues to include challenges and opportunities for how they select, develop, train and manage a high-quality workforce of employee and 1099 personnel.

Register for this event today if:
  • you just don't know how the Fair Labor Standards Act potentially restricts your company from instituting furloughs or layoffs in the case of a government shutdown.
  • you have questions about the Executive Order for hiring incumbent employees and how non-compete clauses in their prior employment agreements will impact if/how they can accept an offer from the successful bidder.
  • you have a business partner who is falling behind the needs of the company.
  • clarity is needed to understand what law governs when state law supports non-competes and federal law per Executive Order contradicts state law.
  • growth is just not happening at the pace you would like to see it.
Your moderator for this POCx Roundtable is:

Dick Stieglitz, Ph. D, Busch Change Solutions
Dick Stieglitz has over thirty years experience in making change work in large companies, with government agencies, and inside his own company. After earning a PhD in Nuclear Engineering from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, he served ten years as a naval officer refueling nuclear submarines during the Cold War. Dick left the Navy in 1976 and accepted a job offer from a consulting firm in Washington, and has lived there ever since. He was Vice President for a software development company and Director of Defense Consulting in Washington for the McDonnell Douglas Corporation.

Dick Stieglitz’s groundbreaking work in change management and his success in helping executives, corporations, and government agencies use change to achieve success have earned him the title of the "Change Doctor.”  Dick is a member of The American Small Business Coalition Board of Advisors.

The experts we've invited to participate in this session include:

Eve Framiñán, TPO, Inc.
As President and CEO, Eve combines business experience, equanimity and a passionate belief that people are the best, and in some cases the only true way to differentiate her clients in their marketplaces. She joined TPO in 1999 and became the firm’s managing partner in 2004.

Eve began her business and study of people right out of college as an entrepreneur when she co-founded a café in Washington, DC. After helping a local restaurant chain grow from two locations to seven, she led the expansion of a food importing business from one city to two. Eve next focused on expanding her human capital expertise by joining one of America’s largest privately owned companies where she managed HR for North America and later led a division-wide change initiative during an industry revolution. Not wanting to let the mix of HR and business leadership become imbalanced, Eve returned to graduate school in the midst of her career and earned a Master of Business Administration. TPO is a Trusted B2B Member.

Seth Berenzweig, Berenzweig Leonard LLP
Seth is a founding and managing partner of the firm and has extensive corporate, business and litigation experience, and regularly handles transactional, government contracts and employment matters for businesses and executives in the Washington, D.C. region and nationally. Seth has achieved the highest "AV” rating in Martindale Hubbell directory for legal ability and ethics.

Seth’s diverse experience includes leading a team in the multi-state collection of a judgment against a Washington, D.C. business and its directors accused of fraud. His cases have involved cutting edge legal issues, such as the use of computer forensic evidence seized by United States Marshalls to enforce a large judgment. Seth also helps contractors address white collar criminal matters, and has successfully prosecuted sanctions against opposing lawyers for filing frivolous cases that impede company growth. He is one of the only attorneys in the United States to obtain a full offer of judgment from a federal agency in employment litigation, and assists companies and management in implementing legal strategies aimed at containing costs and increasing revenue. Berenzweig Leonard is a Trusted B2B Member.

The President's, Owner's and Chief Executive's (POCx) R
oundtable is a moderated discussion for business leaders providing them access to the experience and insights of peers doing business in the government contracting arena. Each topic-based session provides participants the opportunity to discuss current business challenges while leveraging the shared experiences of other presidents, owners and chief executives and the assistance of expert professionals selected specifically for their knowledge of the roundtable subject.

Each roundtable is themed to focus on a specific aspect of business operations such as human resources/human capital, business growth and succession, financing your business and more.

Participation in the POCx Roundtable is limited to fifteen (15) business leaders and limited to
Presidents, Owners and Chief Executives of Associate and Corporate Member companies.

Pre-registration is required. The ASBC Event Terms and Conditions are in effect.

Registration for this event includes breakfast.


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