AVIATION WEEK to Conduct Defense Suppliers Management Forum, June 4-6 in Washington, DC (SYS-CON Med
AVIATION WEEK will host top decision makers from defense suppliers, government agencies and the military during its Defense Suppliers Management Forum, to be held June 4-6 at the Washington Marriott in Washington, DC. The Forum will focus on Mitigating Supply Risks through Improved Compliance and Contracting Programs and offers a unique two- part program enabling attendees to customize their …
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