Questions for Army Corps HQ? Submit them for FedCon
AGC’s Federal Contractors Conference; May 1-3 in D.C.
The difference between AGC’s Federal
Contractors Conference (FedCon) and other federal construction meetings
is that at FedCon construction contractor attendees drive the agenda. For this
year’s conference—held May 1-3 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C.—AGC
is currently seeking your questions for consideration in meetings with
headquarters leaders of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Military
Construction Program, Civil Works Program, Contracting, Safety and Small
Business offices. To see our draft agendas for these USACE sessions, click here. To register for FedCon,click here.
At FedCon, construction contractor attendees lead the
meetings and develop questions for federal agencies. There are robust discussions
between attendees and federal agency representatives; not death by PowerPoint
In addition, learning about the latest projects and policies
set to hit the street, FedCon provides an opportunity to address problems the
construction industry faces when working for USACE, including but not limited
to: project delays, change orders, requests for equitable adjustments, claims,
past performance evaluations and more.
Over the next several weeks, we will send out for your
feedback draft agendas with other agencies participating in the conference,
including: the Naval Facility Engineering Command, Air Force Civil Engineer
Center, General Services Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, Small
Business Administration, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Bureau of
To register, click here.
For more information,
please contact Jordan Howard at Jordan.Howard@agc.org or 703-837-5368.
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