CPAG Committees

CPAG creates dialogues with government executives through a committee structure. Committees are open to any individual who works for a CPAG organization. Most ‘legwork’ for projects is accomplished via conference calls and email. Committees meet monthly via the phone.

Benefits of Committee Work

  • Access to and opportunities to network with senior government executives on issues that matter to you and your organization (solidify current relationships and get new clients!)
  • Work alongside potential teaming partners (CPAG includes 75 organizations!)
  • Get recognized throughout the community for your contributions
  • Put your expertise to work and broaden your current skill set (showcase your capabilities!)
  • Get more exposure for you and your organization
  • Learn what others are doing – share information and best practices with each other and your clients

Committee Projects Can Include

  • Developing/writing white papers, surveys, and research studies (get published!)
  • Conducting forums and webinars by developing content, securing speakers, moderating – interacting with government executives and speaking!
  • Identifying topics and speakers to deliver presentations at AGA events
  • Participating in forums at the request of government agencies/executives
  • Responding to RFIs where AGA, consolidating your input, can serve as a neutral voice with no conflicts of interest

Committees:

Accounting & Auditing Committee
Technology Committee
Performance Improvement Committee
Small Business Committee

Working Group

Defense Working Group