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SECAF Creates New “Contractor Advice Forum”

The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF), has announced the creation of the Contractor Advice Forum (CAF), a unique value-added service for SECAF member companies.

SECAF, a non-profit organization committed to building a healthy, prosperous, and wholesome government contracting community, launched the forum as a way to engage the contracting community in a learning environment.

Two segments will be focused on with experienced leaders serving as resources:

“Ask the C-level” segments will be peer-to-peer sessions entitled “Ask the CEO/President” and “Ask the CFO” and will allow member CEOs and CFOs to ask questions directly to their designated CAF CEO/President and CFO Advisors.

Also, “Functional Area” segments will consist of CAF Advisors in the following specialty categories of expertise: Information Technology, Human Resources, Mergers & Acquisitions, Financing, and Business Partnering/Market Penetration.

“We have not only been thoughtful about the types of resources we are providing for this community, but we’ve also been strategic in selecting the experts that are best suited for this role, ” stated steering committee member Jack Hughes. “Our experts have made a commitment to make the CAF a success by providing counsel in the best interest of each participant. We are proud to offer such a valuable service to the growing SECAF member base.”

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