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January 18, 2011

Corporate Excellence for Government Roundtable     

To view the press release from this event, please click here.
To view the participant list, please click here.
To view the speaker biographies, please click here.
To view Martha Johnson’s remarks and a short video, please click here to go to the GSA portal .

(This event has passed. To get involved in future events, please contact Joiwind Ronen at [email protected])


The US Government leverages its tremendous buying power to foster innovation, drive markets, and save taxpayer dollars.  In a time of product recalls, oil spills and mine explosions, how does government ensure that companies are transparent and responsible in their quest to sell to the government?
Please join the best and the brightest leaders from across government, industry, and academia in coming together to imagine the possibilities of how to make a positive and lasting impact in transparency and accountability in the government contracting community.
In partnership with George Washington University's Institute for Corporate Responsibility
Wednesday, June 30th from 8:00-10:00am
Duques Hall, George Washington University
2201 G St., NW, Room 650, Washington, DC 20052
This highly interactive working session will be led by:
Ms. Martha Johnson, Administrator of GSA to Keynote on Corporate Responsibility
Ms. Julie Basile, Chief Acquisition Officer, Securities and Exchange Commission
Ms. Wendy Hallgren, Vice President, Corporate Compliance, Fluor
Mr. Kevin Landy, Chief Counsel, Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, U.S. Senate
Mr. Charles Prow, Managing Partner, Public Sector, IBM
Session participants represent such diverse organizations as:
Partnership for Public Service, American University, Department of Homeland Security, Public Interest Intellectual Property Advisors, National Science Foundation, Compusearch, Underwriters Laboratories Inc., Kogod School of Business, MITRE Corporation, Unison Advisory Group, Deloitte Consulting, OMB, SRA, IBM, General Services Administration, Syntegy. Won’t you join us?
Research by the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association (CROA) and the New York Stock Exchange has shown that when companies strive to consistently deliver solutions rooted in a comprehensive responsibility framework, they deliver better results and are more profitable in the long run.  Such a framework addresses issues of sustainability, corporate governance, ethics, employee relations, social responsibility and human rights.
What difference could you make if you contributed your time and talents to creating a vision and making recommendations to help foster and evolve corporate excellence for government?  
CROA Members, Government, Academics, Students & Nonprofit leaders: $25 registration fee. Other attendees: $50 registration fee.

















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