Michigan Homeland Security Consortium to host event at Automation Alley on May 19
Published by Michigan Homeland Security Consortium,
|Procurement Opportunities in Homeland Security/Defense
John Bedz, defense consultant at Automation Alley, and Dan Raubinger, program manager of TACOM’s Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages program, will be the featured speakers at the Michigan Homeland Security Consortium’s “Lunch and Learn” event on 19 May. The topic is Procurement Opportunities in Homeland Security/Homeland Defense.
This event, which will provide information to Michigan companies on exciting opportunities in the defense and homeland security industries, will be held at Automation Alley’s headquarters in Troy (2675 Bellingham Drive) from 11:30 to 1:30. The event is open to the public and costs $20 for MIHSC members and $40 for non-members. Registration is required. Register by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Michigan Homeland Security Consortium (MIHSC)
The Michigan Homeland Security Consortium is a non-profit industry organization dedicated to promoting the development, growth and awareness of the Homeland Security Industry in the State of Michigan. MIHSC serves a targeted membership of Michigan-based developers and manufacturers of products, technologies and services specific to Homeland Security, as well as those companies and organizations affiliated with the industry. More information is available at www.mihsc.org.
About the Member Sponsor
Clinecta is a distance learning software development company. Clinecta is dedicated to the improvement of the learning experience through the development, and use of e-learning products and technologies that enhance education. www.clinecta.com
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