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Boy Scouts of America to Honor Mac Curtis, President and CEO of Perspecta, During the Annual Good Scout Technology Award Luncheon on May 8th

Mac Curtis (L) and Phil Nolan (R)

Mac Curtis, president and chief executive officer of Perspecta, will be honored during the Boy Scouts of America National Capital Area Council’s Annual Good Scout Technology Award Luncheon on May 8th. You can find the registration page for the event here.

The event will be held at the Tysons Corner Marriott and will begin with a light reception at noon. An awards luncheon will follow at 12:30 pm. Phil Nolan, general partner of Blue Delta Capital Partners, will serve as the chair for the event.

The luncheon will celebrate Curtis’ commitment to advancing the technology sector while exemplifying the values of the Boy Scouts of America. Curtis joins a rich history of honorees who embody trustworthiness and loyalty in their professional and personal life.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the National Capital Area Council, the largest youth organization in the Washington D.C. area. The Boy Scouts of America is consistently recognized as one of the most admirable non-profit organizations in the world. The young men and women of America will greatly benefit from the support of the GovCon industry.

Don’t miss the Good Scout Technology Award Luncheon on May 8th. You can find the registration page for the event here. Even if you don’t plan to attend the luncheon, you can make a donation to the organization or take advantage of sponsorship opportunities for the event.

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