ACT I Announces Sponsorship of PSC Vision 2018 Conference; Michael Niggel Quoted

Michael Niggel

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International sponsored the Professional Services Council’s two-day 54th annual Vision Federal Market Forecast Conference that started Monday at Fairview Park Marriott in Falls Church, Va.

“It is a pleasure and honor to support PSC’s engaging and informative conference,” ACT I CEO Michael Niggel said in a statement released Tuesday.

Niggel added that the event provides government and industry professionals an opportunity to network and talk about trends, procurement challenges and federal market assessments.

Among the keynote speakers at the event are David Norquist, comptroller at the Defense Department; John Felker, director of the Department of Homeland Security’s National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center; and Kevin Fahey, assistant secretary for acquisition at DoD.

In addition to Niggel, other ACT I participants at the conference include Neil Albert, president; Chris Devens, executive vice president for business development; Shelly Bowan, VP of pricing and business process improvement; and Lee Jacobs.

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