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The State of Air Force Acquisitions on January 29th at the City Club at Franklin Square

Tuesday, December 11, 2007   (0 Comments)
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The mission of Air Force Contracting is to: Acquire and support warfighting capabilities through responsive business solutions.

What does this mean to your company?

In government contracting, it's incumbent to develop relationships and market intelligence to serve the needs of current and prospective customers. You must not only understand the culture and operational needs, you must understand how they can buy, when they can buy and what contracting mechanisms they can leverage. You must understand the overall acquisition strategy of the agency to know how that strategy will impact the ability of your customers to buy from you.

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On the afternoon of Tuesday, January 29th, The American Small Business Coalition hosts an opportunity for you to meet with members of the Air Force Acquisition Leadership to discuss the State of Air Force Acquisitions.

We will convene at 1:00PM at the:

City Club of Washington at Franklin Square
1300 I Street, NW - Lobby Level
Washington DC 20004
Phone: 202-408-1300
Attire: Upscale Business Casual

We are honored to be joined by two members of the Senior Executive Service, Mr. Charlie Williams and Mr. Kenneth Miller.

Charlie E. Williams, Jr., is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Contracting, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition and is responsible for all aspects of contracting relating to the acquisition of weapon systems, logistics support, materiel and services for the Air Force

Kenneth E. Miller is the Special Assistant for Acquisition Governance and Transparency to the Secretary of the Air Force and assists in discharging the responsibilities in the direction, guidance and supervision of Air Force programs for research, development and acquisition of systems, supplies and services. This includes the formulation of acquisition and contracting policies and the management oversight of specific acquisition programs.

We will feature presentations from both of these senior officials as well as robust Q&A and networking. Space for this event is limited.

Light refreshments will be served.

Prepaid registration is required to participate in this event. No onsite registration is available.

The ASBC Refund and Guest Fail/Cancellation Policies are in effect.

Click here for Special Event Fax registration form
The City Club of Washington at Franklin Square is a private membership club. Required attire is Upscale Business Casual. No blue jeans, sneakers, shorts or t-shirts are permitted. No accommodations are available for anyone not dressed appropriately.

PARKING: (no validation available)

Parking is available in the building, $7 per hour with a maximum of $14 for all day parking. After 5:00 p.m. parking is just $5. The parking Garage is located just past the awning of Wachovia Bank on 13th Street. (Parking fees are subject to change without notice. Parking facility is not associated with the Club, but a service of the Franklin Square building).

Metro rail travelers can arrive at the Club by stopping at McPherson Square. They will exit the station through the 14th Street/Franklin Square exit. Arrive on street level and go left to the intersection of 14th and “I”. Cross 14th Street and proceed to the entrance of 1300 “I” Street on the right. The Club is located on the lobby level to the right as you enter the building.

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