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Potomac Officers Club Presents Army Enterprise IT Requirements Event

POClogoThe Potomac Officers Club is set to hold an Army information technology requirements event this Wednesday, July 30 at the Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner.

Past POC events with government presenters include the “Thriving in the post-Sequestration GovCon era” event and “Big Data Analytics – Critical Support for the Agency Mission.

POC holds gatherings of GovCon executives between 12 and 15 times per year to discuss emerging business and technology trends and always has a number of thought leaders presenting on pertinent topics.

The government officials that will speak on Wednesday include Mike Krieger,  Army acting chief information officer, and Mark Orndorff,  mission assurance executive and designated accrediting authority at DISA.

Ritz“From global issues to federal legislation, our members want to hear about what’s happening in the huge market of Army IT, ” said Julia Fanning, speaker & event coordinator.

“We are happy to be able to provide a forum for them to come together to talk about what’s trending with their peers and hear directly from the leaders in the Army, ” she added.

The SAP sponsored event is set to take place from 7:00 A.M.- 10:00 A.M and refreshments will be provided.

To register for the event, please CLICK HERE.

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