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Dulles, VA, United States, 05/21/2010 - Concert Technologies’ Vice President, Tom Suder, today announced the company’s sponsorship of the American Council for Technology and the Industry Advisory Council’s Management of Change Conference and Golf Tournament.
The conference will be held May 23 through May 25 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel in Philadelphia, PA.
“2010 marks the 30th anniversary of the Management of Change Conference. Concert Technologies views the mission of the conference–collaboration between government and industry professionals–as imperative to the IT community,” Vice President, Tom Suder, commented.
The ACT/IAC Management of Change Conference serves as a catalyst for collaboration across the government IT community. Tom Suder shares the responsibility of Conference Vice Chair with Ed O’Hare, Assistant Commissioner of the General Services Administration, holding a valuable role in the planning of this annual conference.
The Management of Change Planning Committee, overseen by Conference Chairs Gary Galloway, State Department, and Mary Souther, INDUS Corporation, has secured GSA Administrator Martha Johnson and Christopher Painter, Cybersecurity Special Assistant to the President to keynote the conference.
The American Council for Technology (ACT) works with the Industry Advisory Council (IAC) to bring together federal, state and local government IT professionals together with IT industry executives to inspire innovation and facilitate the resolution of shared issues.
About Concert Technologies
Concert Technologies (concerttech.com), founded in 1995, is a privately-held technology service company based in Dulles, VA. It is the leader in the accelerated delivery of national rollouts and global technology deployments for government, commercial and international organizations. Utilizing the Maestro Technology Rollout System of methodologies, it quickly implements, installs and manages multi-site, multi-service, multi-technology infrastructure projects.