Building Government Acumen, a four-day intensive executive development program for government contractors, will be held May 19-22 at George Mason University’s Mason Inn Conference Center in Fairfax.
The program will cover how to drive high performance engagement with government, and helps middle- and senior -level executives achieve a 10x performance improvement in their government engagement strategy, according to an event description, and build a competitive “playbook” for their organizations.
The program is geared toward a variety of people including program managers, sales and marketing executives, capture managers, finance managers and government affairs executives.
Instructors of the program will include GMU’s Tom Davies, executive-in-residence and Roy Hinton, associate dean.
Tuition for the program is $2,900. Up to 24 Continuing Professional Education credits can be earned.