ALEXANDRIA, VA – Visionary Integration Professionals (VIP) is playing a major role in this year’s American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) Management of Change (MOC) Training Event, May 19-21 at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay in Cambridge, MD.
MOC is one of the nation’s largest federal government and industry-collaborative events, and this year’s theme is Partnership, Change, and Action. More than 450 attendees will focus on how collaboration between government and industry can provide innovative solutions to current and upcoming challenges within the public sector. Speakers include CIOs and CTOs from several government agencies, along with Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel.
VIP’s Federal Division COO Terry Miller was selected as the MOC industry chair, and has been actively planning the event for the past year. His co-chair is Deputy CIO of the Department of Commerce Izella Dornell.
In addition, Kila Christensen of VIP is the chair of the Technology Expo and Juan Robles of VIP is the chair of the FutureNow luncheon. The Tech Expo will feature demonstrations of solutions that have been successfully implemented within the federal government. The FutureNow luncheon will recognize up-and-coming leaders in the federal sector who have demonstrated a commitment to successful change within government.
Meridian Knowledge Solutions, a subsidiary of VIP, was selected from a field of over 40 companies as one of the demonstrable solutions for the MOC Tech Expo.
MOC is open to both government and industry, including all members of the ACT/IAC.
Contact us for more information about the MOC conference and VIP’s involvement.
Visionary Integration Professionals (VIP) is a consulting, technology, and outsourcing firm with more than 900 federal, state and local, and commercial clients. VIP helps clients achieve measurable results by maximizing revenue, mitigating risks, and reducing costs. VIP has five offices across the U.S., including its headquarters in Folsom, California.