Please Note: This month's meeting will be at the AACC Center for Cyber and Professional Training.
What You Should Know About the GCG and Guild Meetings
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce Government Contractors Guild is a guild whose mission is to support member companies who are involved in Government Contracting in achieving their government contracting goals. Each Guild Member agrees to participate in the success of each other Guild Member by providing leads, engaging partnerships and subcontracting opportunities where synergies exist, and by providing subject matter expertise in their respective field.
Our monthly meetings include a Guild Business portion, a Presentation portion, and an hour of networking.
All attendees must be registered and bring their ticket for check-in. Space is limited and those who have not registered may not be admitted.
Please note that non-Guild Members may attend one meeting before becoming a Sponsored Member. Please only register as a Guest if you have not attended a meeting in the past. If you have attended a meeting as a Guest already, please register to become a Member at the link below in the Important Links section.
Our guest speakers for March are Teresa Taylor and John Eisinger from TiCranium speaking on the topic "Compliance & Cyber Security: Managing Risk and Exposure". Ms. Taylor is an attorney, former Senior Attorney at the Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service, former Associate at Clifford Chance, and Founder of TiCranium with a focus on regulatory compliance and data privacy. Mr. Eisinger is an attorney, former Assistant United States Attorney in the CyberCrime Section in Alexandria, Virginia, former Chief Security Officer and Corporate WebMaster at GE Capital, and currently the Security & Privacy Counsel at TiCranium with a focus on data privacy and cyber security.
Thanks to Our Sponsor!
Meeting space sponsored by Anne Arundel Community College.
When & Where
Government Contractors Guild
Our mission is to support member companies who are involved in Government Contracting in achieving their government contracting goals. Each Guild Member agrees to participate in the success of other Guild Members by providing leads, engaging partnerships and subcontracting opportunities where synergies exist, and by providing subject matter expertise in their respective field(s).
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