Oracle/CACI Contract Lifecycle Event – Feb3

Posted on 13-Jan-09. Filed under: News, Procurement | Tags: , , , , |

Well, its been almost a month since my last post, but I’ve now got the Christmas tree and all the rest of holiday decorations packed back away.  So hopefully I can do a bit better job of putting content out here.

Wanted to mention that Oracle and CACI are hosting an event on Feb 3 in DC, around their collaborative enhancement of the E-Business Suite Federal Contracting capabilities.   Click here to see additional details on the location, speakers and times.  Suggest touching base with your agency’s friendly apps rep or partner rep on details to register.

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Is there alink to register for this event?.

I would like to attend the Feb 3 event in DC.

Please provide the white paper “The future of Government Contracting”


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