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DynCorp International Supports the 2015 PSC Annual Conference

DynCorp International is a platinum sponsor at The Professional Services Council’s (PSC) Annual Conference, being held October 4-6 at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, WV. PSC is the national trade association of the government professional and technical services industry.

The Annual Conference focuses on the broad technical services market, including trends and business opportunities in logistics, installations and range support. Featured speakers include top Department of Defense, military department and civilian agency officials.

Sponsorships directly benefit PSC’s programs that help “preserve, improve, and expand the federal market.”

2015 Program Highlights

This year’s annual conference program kicks off with a keynote address from Director of National Intelligence James Clapper who will speak about our nation’s security and intelligence challenges. Other keynote speakers include: Secretary of the Air Force Deborah James, DoD CIO Terry Halvorsen, and Flextronics Chief Procurement and Supply Chain Officer Tom Linton.

Sessions include “Surviving the Knock on Your Door: The Realities of Today’s Oversight Environment and How Best to Prepare for and Respond to It,” “Thriving in the ‘As-A-Service’ Model: From Performance Contracts to Disruptive Pricing,” “Category Management: Reshaping Your Services Market,” “5 Regulatory Changes That Will Rock Your World,” “The Agenda for the Next President: A Live PSC Poll,” “Building Employee Engagement in a Market that Doesn’t Value Them,” “Cybersecurity and Insider Threats: What EVERY CEO Needs to Know and Do,” as well as a variety of networking events.

The Professional Services Council

The Professional Services Council (PSC) is the national trade association of the government professional and technical services industry. PSC and the Contract Services Association of America (CSA) merged in 2008 to create a unified voice representing the whole government services sector.

PSC works to help shape public policy, leads strategic coalitions, and tries to build consensus between government and industry. PSC has grown to include 370 member companies which represent small, medium, and large businesses. These businesses provide a variety of services to federal agencies such as information technology, engineering, logistics, facilities management, operations and maintenance, consulting, international development, scientific, social, and environmental services.

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