Industry leader Stan Soloway tackles the insourcing threat—and tells you what to expect. Don’t miss our next Speaker Series!
Local and national firms from large to small are facing a new threat: insourcing. Will the federal government, long considered a source of business for the region’s firms, become a competitor?
No one is more qualified to address this issue than Stan Z. Soloway, President and CEO of the Professional Services Council (PSC), the main national trade association of the government professional and technical services industry. PSC is widely known for its leadership on procurement, privatization, and outsourcing issues—and now insourcing! Make sure you get Stan’s take on this hot topic at:
"Insourcing: Current Policy, Future Trends, and How It Will Affect Procurements Going Forward”
About your presenter on July 20.
Stan Z. Soloway is President and CEO of the Professional Services Council, the principal national trade association of the government professional and technical services industry. PSC represents nearly 350 companies of all sizes, performing services of all kinds for virtually every agency of the government.
In addition to serving as President of PSC since 2001, Soloway:
- Was confirmed by the Senate in June 2007 as a member of the bi-partisan Board of Directors of the Corporation for National and Community Service.
- Writes a monthly column in Washington Technology magazine.
- Was a member of the congressionally mandated, national panel on the future of government outsourcing chaired by the Comptroller General of the U.S.
- Is a Principal of the Partnership for Public Service, where he serves as a charter member of the "Senior Advisors to Government Executives” program and a mentor to mid‑career civil servants in the Partnership’s Excellence in Government Fellows Program.
- Serves on the Board of Advisors of the National Contract Management Association, where he received the prestigious Federal 100 Award in 2005.
- Prior to joining PSC, served as deputy undersecretary of defense (acquisition reform) and concurrently as director of Secretary of Defense William Cohen’s Defense Reform Initiative.
- Before his appointment to DoD, was a public policy and public affairs consultant for more than 20 years and a highly regarded expert on acquisition, privatization, and outsourcing issues.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011; 5:30–8:00 p.m.
Bethesda North Marriott, 5701 Marinelli Rd.—yes, a Speaker Series near those of you in Maryland
Good news! The Speaker Series now includes a sit-down dinner at no extra charge. Attendees spoke and we listened. We’re serving a complete dinner, the way it was before our Roundtables became the Speaker Series. Now you’ll enjoy a full meal along with an outstanding speaker.
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Stan's presentation is vital for:
- Capture Managers. What federal opportunities might be impacted by insourcing? You must know how to revise your strategies to address possible changes.
- Proposal Managers. Will we see fewer procurements, more A-76 procurements, or just more cost competition? A good technical approach alone might not win in a battle between a contractor’s proposal and federal insourcing. How will best value decisions be made—and will the process be transparent? Learn how to lead your team to winning bids.
- Cost Managers/Analysts. When all proposals are more or less equal, cost is king. You must understand how insourcing impacts cost comparisons and PTW.
- Everyone! Ask your most urgent questions—that’s why we bring you outstanding speakers like Stan.
Make no mistake, the federal government is under extreme pressure to cut costs in contracting—but should your firm be the one that bleeds? Better join us for this event!
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for APMP Accreditation: 5
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Agenda, including a full sit-down dinner:
5:30 Networking and cocktails
6:15 Dinner and Chapter business
7:15 Keynote speaker and Q&A
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