Boscobel is proud to work with the government contractor community, which includes these fine GovCon associations.
ACT – IAC
The American Council for Technology (ACT) - Industry Advisory Council (IAC) is a non-profit, public-private partnership dedicated to improving government through the application of information technology.
Association for Corporate Growth (ACG). ACG is a global organization with 56 chapters and over 14,000 members. Chapters in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Asia bring dealmakers together to help them achieve their business and professional goals.
Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA). Association serving the communications, electronics and information systems community. AFCEA is a professional association that connects innovative people, great ideas and vital solutions to advance global security.
Government Technology & Services Coalition (GTSC). GTSA is a nonprofit, non-partisan association of innovative, agile small and midsized company CEOs that create, develop, and implement solutions for the Federal homeland and national security sector.
Mid-Tier Advocacy (MTA). Since 2010, MTA has been on the front lines working to level the playing field for mid-tier companies that are forced to compete with large corporations for federal contracts.
National Defense Intelligence Agency (NDIA). NDIA is proud to provide a legal and ethical forum for the exchange of information between Industry and Government on National Security issues.
Professional Services Council (PSC). The Professional Services Council is the voice of the government technology and professional services industry, representing the full range and diversity of the government services sector.
Founded in 2001, the Small and Emerging Contractor Advisory Forum (SECAF) enables the small and emerging government contractor to achieve maximum growth rates in a highly competitive marketplace.
Women In Defense (WID), A National Security Organization. WID was established to provide women a formal environment for professional growth through networking, education and career development.
Women in Technology (WIT) seeks to empower women to be architects of change in the technology industry.