At the annual Geospatial Information & Technology Association (GITA) Conference, Avineon, Inc., a successful provider of IT, engineering, geospatial and program management services, will provide an overview of the key components to establishing an effective data acquisition and maintenance outsourcing process.
While organizational knowledge developed in contracting construction, engineering or other information technology services can be helpful, it does not ensure outsourcing success.
In a presentation entitled, “Solicitation and Contracts for Data Acquisition and Maintenance,” Chad Davis, Business Manager, will outline the risks and considerations in planning for a data acquisition and maintenance outsourcing project. Key points Mr. Davis will cover include:
Understanding the commercial risks associated with data acquisition and how to mitigate them
Learning how to communicate data acquisition needs clearly in a request for proposal
Identifying the circumstances unique to data acquisition in contracting
A sponsor of this year’s conference, representatives from Avineon will be on hand to discuss the company’s geospatial solutions at booth # 505.
Where: GITA’s Annual Conference
Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Fla.
When: Wednesday, April 26, 2006, 11:00 – 11:45 a.m. ET
Avineon, a CMMI Maturity Level 3 and ISO 9001:2000 registered company, is a diversified high technology company that provides Information Technology (IT), geospatial, engineering, and program management services. With headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, and offices in Alabama and Florida, Avineon employs more than 140 staff in the United States, and with subsidiaries in Europe and India employs a total staff of 400. In IT, Avineon specializes in web-based architecture, systems engineering, application development, and on-going network and security support. For additional information and photos of the new facility please visit www.avineon.com.