PSC, TECNA Forge Public-Private Sector Collaboration; Skip Newberry, Stan Soloway Comment

acquisitionThe Professional Services Council and the Technology Councils of North America have partnered to help coordinate policies and form business relationships between the private and public sectors.

Stan Soloway, president and CEO of PSC, said in a statement released Tuesday the alliance will assist member associations of TECNA in their federally focused programs.

“[They] will in turn support our efforts to enhance the federal marketplace and to help the federal government focus more on the ‘how’ it goes to market than the ‘where’ or ‘who,'” he added.

TECNA Chair Skip Newberry said TECNA and PSC have a common goal to establish an environment where the federal government can access the best resources.

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