ACT I Participates and Sponsors 2019 PSC Annual Conference; Michael Niggel Quoted

Michael Niggel, ACT I CEO and PSC board member

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International (ACT I) sponsored and participated in the 2019 PSC Conference at the Greenbriar, West Virginia on April 28th through the 30th, ACT I announced on Thursday. The conference was open to PSC members, industry and government leaders to address the challenges and opportunities facing the community.

Alan Shaffer, deputy under secretary of Defense for Acquisition & Sustainment, Dan Brouillette, deputy secretary of the Department of Energy and William Evanina, director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center were featured as keynote speakers for the conference with additional speeches from several government and industry leaders such as Anita Bales, director of the DCAA, Dominic Delmolino, CTO of Accenture Federal Services, Rich McComb, chief security officer for DHS and many others over the course of the three day conference.

“The PSC has once again done an outstanding job of bringing the public and private sector together to address the issues and needs of our nation” stated Michael Niggel, ACT I CEO and PSC board member. “The success of this year’s annual meeting reflects the professionalism that PSC brings to the GovCon industry, he added.”

About ACT I

ACT I is an ISO 9001:2015 certified small business and assessed at CMMI Level 3 for services delivering mission-critical Total Acquisition Management, Cyber Security, and Foreign Military Sales solutions to customers across the globe.

We are retained by the U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency, Department of Homeland Security and other Federal Agencies, and allied partners to support their most complex programs in the areas of Acquisition Strategy, Program Management, Healthcare Advisory Support, Engineering, Logistics, Financial Management, Security and Cyber, Contract Negotiation Support, and Security Cooperation and Assistance Services.

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