NVTC to Auction One-on-One Meetings with Virginia’s Business Leaders

b-w world-peopleThe Northern Virginia Technology Council will auction off some prominent executives in the government contracting industry as part of a fundraising event scheduled on April 25.

CXO Auction attendees will electronically bid for opportunities to meet with c-level regional and industry executives to gain insight on various businesses, NVTC said Monday.

The event aims to raise money for the council’s Veterans Employment Initiative that works to help former military personnel to explore local technology positions that match their knowledge and skills.

CACI President and CEO Ken AsburyVencore President and CEO Mac Curtis and Science Applications International Corp. President Tony Moraco as well as Marilyn Crouther, senior vice president and general manager of Hewlett Packard Enterprise's U.S. public sector will be auctioned during the NVTC event.

The council will also auction meetings with c-level executives at MitreNorthrop Grumman, ICF International and Microsoft.

Click here for a complete list of the 21 executive participants.

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