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Session Description

U.S. Federal Proposals Town Hall Meeting

This session will be a "Town Hall" style meeting with facilitators helping the audience raise issues and have discussion about the U.S. Federal proposal sector. Participants will lead the conversation, share their experiences and hear other perspectives from their peers. We’ll also provide important discussion starters and involve government relations professionals to get their take on new U.S. Federal rules and regulations.


Kristin Dufrene, CPP APMP Fellow
Vice President, Proposal Development

Kristin Dufrene, an APMP member since 1995, has served on the APMP Board as Chief Operating Officer and 2017 Chief Executive Officer. She has 27 years of Federal Procurement capture and proposal experience. Kristin has led joint Industry-Federal initiatives, including the Procurement Improvement Committee, the Federal Procurement Community, and the Government-Industry Acquisition Task Force.

David Sotolongo, CPP APMP Fellow
Vice President of Business Development
RTI International

David Sotolongo, CPP APMP Fellow, is vice president of Development at RTI International. He also manages RTI’s multi-media communications group. David has presented at various APMP conferences, including the Generation Gap at Work, Science of Happiness, 10 Rules for Dating My Proposal Manager, the Walking Capture, and many other topics related to capture and proposal management. He currently serves as the chair of APMP’s Procurement Improvement Committee. He is actively involved in protecting RTI’s strategic incumbencies and positioning for incumbency thefts.

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