Homeland Security & Defense Business Council Adds 6 New Member Companies

The Homeland Security and Defense Business Council has selected six new companies as members as the council works to facilitate idea exchanges between industry and government.

The council said Thursday senior executives and professionals from large, midtier and small member companies participate in various programs and the Thought Leadership Committee that engages with administration officials and congressional leaders to share ideas and offer insights on various homeland security issues.

The new members of the council are:

  • Capgemini Government Solutions
  • Eagle Ray
  • Flatter and Associates
  • Information Innovators Inc.
  • LexisNexis’ Reed Tech subsidiary
  • Schambach and Williams Consulting

“We are thrilled to welcome these six companies to the council, who represent different and important parts of the homeland security industrial base,” said Marc Pearl, council president and CEO.

“We look forward to involving our newest companies in council events and utilizing their expertise in our thought leadership initiatives.”

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