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ACT I Sponsors PSC-Hosted Federal Acquisition Conference; Michael Niggel Comments

Michael Niggel

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 8, 2018 — Advanced Concepts and Technologies International has sponsored the Professional Services Council’s recent Federal Acquisition Conference that highlighted acquisition trends in government that affect the industry, ExecutiveBiz reported July 26.

ACT I CEO Michael Niggel introduced keynote speaker Lesley Field, acting administrator at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy, who discussed the Office of Management and Budget‘s efforts to help transform government procurement processes, the company said July 25.

“This bi-annual event is a major acquisition management conference that helps inform and continue the dialogue between the public and private sectors,” Niggel said.

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