SAVE THE DATE: HumanTouch to Host iGovApps Working Session July 10

Moe Jafari, CEO, HumanTouch

Moe Jafari, CEO, HumanTouch

Government and industry COOs, CIOs, CTOs and CFOs hoping to improve operational efficiency within their organizations should consider attending HumanTouch’s Open House JAM Session this coming Thursday from noon until 3 p.m. to learn how to build and deploy Government Applications.

The interactive session will provide insight into HumanTouch’s FedRAMP compliant Platform as a Service (PaaS) ecosystem and allow attendees to work on Enlight, A2A (Acquisition 2 Award) tool set and GovCon B2W (Bid2Win).

The event allows allows attendees “the opportunity to instantly improve their organizations operational efficiency by developing new workflows for their organizations in a matter of hours as opposed to months,” the company wrote in a press statement. “This “hands-on event” provides attendees with the insight and tools to bring back the ease, transparency and enterprise view of the agency without replacing existing systems.”

HumanTouch, an 8(a) based in McLean, Va., launched its JAM Sessions series in March of last year to provide a shared space for individuals to collaborate, create, iterate and replicate ideas and solutions.

For more information or to register for the free event, please contact Ashley Brookhart at

WashingtonExec a few years back spoke with HumanTouch’s founder, president and CEO. Read the interview here.



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