Dulles, VA, June 29, 2015 – Compusearch®, a leading provider of software and application integration services that help government agencies implement, operate, and maintain end-to-end acquisition and grants management solutions, will moderate a panel discussion covering the lessons learned and best practices to successfully implementing paperless contracting. This panel discussion is offered as a breakout session during the NCMA World Congress being held at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Dallas, TX, from July 26 to 29, 2015. With more than 1,600 attendees NCMA World Congress is the leading national conference and training event for contract management, procurement and acquisition professionals.
While paper-based contracting was once unavoidable, policy changes and various technical advances have not only put paperless contracting within reach, but made it a goal achieved by a small number of agencies. These agencies are all now benefitting from the cost savings and efficiencies associated with paperless contracting.
Presenting “Paperless Contracting: The Mandates, Benefits, Challenges, and Best Practices”, will be John Bashista, Director, Office of Acquisition Management, EPA, and Reid Jackson, CEO, Compusearch.
Compusearch is also a Gold sponsor and exhibitor at NCMA World Congress 2015.
Compusearch is the leading provider of software and services that advance commerce and collaboration among government agencies and contractors. Compusearch’s PRISM® is the contract writing system for defense, intelligence, and civilian agencies. PRISM® has been proven easy-to-learn by more than 50,000 users in nearly every cabinet-level department, and is the only solution that provides acquisition and grants professionals both agility and control. PRISM® brings customers the fullest and soonest initial-operating capability (IOC), full auditability, and a long unrivaled track record.
Compusearch and PRISM are registered trademarks of Compusearch Software Systems, Inc., in the United States and/or other countries.
Matt Jillings, 571-449-4055