ACT I Execs Participate in Reagan National Defense Forum; Michael Niggel Quoted

Michael Niggel

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International CEO Michael Niggel and Chief Financial Officer Mark Hughes attended the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, Calif., to share their insights on national security and policy matters.

ACT I helped sponsor the event that took place from Nov. 30 to Dec. 1 and brought together defense industry and government representatives, the company said Monday.

“It is valuable forums like these that enable the public and private sector to come together to address the defense needs of our nation and our allies,” Niggel said.

“It is through open dialogue that the government and industry work together to strengthen our U.S. military and international alliances.”

The company works with Defense Department customers to help them manage procurement organizations and adopt methods to acquire new technology platforms.

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