CRGT to Host Professional Services Conference; Tom Ferrando Comments

CRGTCRGT will sponsor the Professional Services Council’s conference on Oct. 6 in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., intending to aid in the industry’s information exchange.

More than 550 senior executives and government leaders will address industry policies at the annual gathering and several subject matter experts and speakers will present at the event at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, CRGT said Tuesday.

“This forum facilitates an exchange of ideas and concerns between industry leaders and provides us with a voice to our policy makers, which is critical during the current market environment,” said Tom Ferrando, CRGT president.

The PSC has worked with the professional and technical services community in the government market for 40 years.

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