Mark your calendar now for the NDIA Iowa-Illinois Chapter’s 11th Annual Midwest Government Contracting Symposium to be held May 23-24 at the TaxSlayer Center, Moline. Once again the Quad Cities Chamber and Illinois Defense Industry Adjustment Program will serve as presenting sponsors for this event designed for businesses interested in government contracting opportunities. Be sure to stop by the Quad Cities Chamber’s booth to learn the latest about the Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub and the Illinois Defense Industry Adjustment Program.
Geared toward those in manufacturing, construction, IT, manufacturing support, logistics, or professional services, the symposium has become the single most important conference for all businesses to gain insider knowledge and tools to best prepare them for government opportunities with organizations on the Rock Island Arsenal.
Companies and government agencies attend to share information on the current issues surrounding government contracting. Expert panels comprised of industry and government personnel will share real-world scenarios and best practices; and small businesses, government agencies, and government prime contractors have the opportunity to network and connect to identify business opportunities.
Registration is now open. Find full information and a registration link here.
About the NDIAThe National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) is America's leading defense industry association promoting national security. It is a non-partisan, non-profit association headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. The Iowa-Illinois Chapter, as an arm of the national association, provides geographic coverage for Iowa and the western one-third of Illinois, furthering the national objectives and policies. Its mission is to:
- Champion issues that contribute to the strength, resiliency and capacity of the industrial base
- Build a vigorous, responsive and collaborative community in support of defense and national security
- Convene legal and ethical forums for exchange of ideas, information, viewpoints and capabilities