FOLSOM, Calif. – Three of Visionary Integration Professionals’ (VIP) federal team members are volunteering to assist with the American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council’s (ACT-IAC) 2013 Management of Change (MOC) Training Event at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay in Cambridge, Md. from May 19-21.
The ACT-IAC Executive Committee asked VIP’s federal division COO, Terry Miller, to oversee the conference planning as the MOC Industry Chair. In addition, VIP’s business development managers, Kila Christensen and Juan Robles, will chair two committees.
The conference is open to both government and industry, including all members of the ACT-IAC, and will focus on how collaboration between the two can provide innovative solutions to current and upcoming challenges within the public sector.
Christensen is chair of the tech expo, which will feature demonstrations of solutions that have been successfully implemented in federal, state, or local governments. The Future Now committee, co-chaired by Robles, recognizes up-and-coming leaders in the federal sector who have demonstrated their commitment to this year’s conference theme, Partnership – Change in Action.
Contact us for more information about the MOC conference and VIP’s involvement.
Visionary Integration Professionals (VIP) achieves measurable results by partnering with clients to maximize revenue, mitigate risks, and reduce costs. VIP has delivered consulting, technology, and outsourcing solutions to more than 900 commercial, state and local government, and federal government customers. VIP has five offices across the U.S. including its headquarters in Folsom, California.
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