Washington Technology is hosting an executive panel July 17 to examine the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and the social justice movement on the government contracting industry.
“Human Capital Lessons from COVID-19 and the Social Justice Movement” will be 8-9:30 a.m. WT Editor-in-Chief Nick Wakeman will moderate the discussion.
From 8-8:45 a.m., panelists will discuss the strategies their organizations used to navigate the challenges of COVID-19. Specifically, Janet Hanofee of SOS International LLC, Rebecca Kenawell of MAXIMUS and Debbie Rhodes of CGI Federal will talk about how their companies continue to recruit, interview and onboard new employees during the pandemic.
From 8:45-9:30 a.m., panelist Viraj Gandhi of Paradyme Management and Todd Stottlemyer of CNSI will discuss the profound business implications of the current social justice movement. Gandhi and Stottlemyer will explain how their businesses aim to address the issues raised by the murder of George Floyd, which highlighted inequalities in American culture. Panelists will discuss the critical role companies play in social reform and how they strive to support their employees.
The event is free to select individuals, including WT Insiders and government attendees. Systems integrator/contractor may purchase tickets for $49.