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Tuesday, April 19th, 2022

Local Government Agencies - Project Opportunities and Procurement Insights

The Tower Club - Tysons Corner

8000 Towers Crescent Drive, Suite 1700, Vienna, VA 22182


11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Signature Series

Domain 1: Marketing Research

Domain 3: Client and Business Development


Is your firm interested in doing business with the area’s top local government agencies? If so, you will not want to miss this program. Join us as we hear from Executives representing Fairfax County, Montgomery County, Prince William County and Prince George’s County as they share details on how to do business with them and upcoming project opportunities for the A/E/C community.

What You'll Learn

Our speakers from Montgomery County, MD, Prince George's County, MD, Prince William County, VA and Fairfax County, VA (Speaker TBA) will share with you insights into what projects are currently ongoing, whom they are working with on specific contracts and what projects are in the pipeline. They will provide you with an understanding of their RFQ/RFP Process (the typical makeup of selection panels, where RFQ/RFPs are advertised, selection criteria, format of submissions, shortlists, interviews, etc., and their Task Order Contracts, including BOAs or Annual Contracts, contract values, durations, disciplines, expiration dates of these task order contracts and expected advertise date for recompete. They will also provide you with a glimpse into their County’s Capital Improvement Program, where they are growing and where they need support from the A/E/C community.

Additional Details
  • Registration deadline: April 17, 2022
  • Walk-ins are welcome
  • CEU credits: 1.5
  • Closest Metro: Tysons Corner, Silver line
  • Parking: Garage adjacent to Tower Club building
  • Questions? Contact Suzanne Swistak, 703-318-5416,
What It Costs
  • Member: $85
  • Board Member: $70
  • CPSM: $75
  • Student: $15
  • Non-Member: $100
  • Walk-in (Member): $105
  • Walk-in (Non-member): $120

Event Speakers

David Dise, CPPO

Director, Department of General Services


David Dise has worked in the public sector for over 30 years. He currently serves as director of the Department of General Services for Montgomery County, Maryland, directing procurement, facilities management, fleet maintenance and operations, real estate acquisition and disposition, and capital project design and construction services for all county departments. Prior to this he served as Director of Montgomery County’s Office of Procurement, deputy director of Purchasing and Supply Management for Fairfax County, Virginia and served as chief procurement officer and chief of engineering technical resources for Fairfax Water, one of the nation’s largest public water utilities. He has successfully developed and directed a wide range of intergovernmental functions, created and lead departments in engineering and procurement disciplines and is experienced in achieving success through leadership by overcoming institutional obstacles, managing change, and motivating professionals. David has been active in the American Public Works Association (APWA), the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP), the Virginia Association of Governmental Purchasing (VAGP), the Institute for Supply-chain Management (ISM), and the National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council (NECCC), serving on the board of directors for VAGP, NIGP and NECCC, as well as serving on various APWA committees. In addition, he has chaired regional intergovernmental councils and committees. David has published and contributed to research papers in public policy, and developed and conducted seminars on management, professional development, and public-private partnerships.

Eric Brunner

Assistant Director of Facilities Construction Management


Mr. Brunner currently serves as the Assistant Director of Facilities Construction Management for Prince William County Government and leads a team of professionals that implements the County’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Mr. Brunner has over two decades of experience in planning, design, construction, and engineering for residential, commercial, municipal, transportation, and parks and recreation land use needs. He is a registered Professional Civil Engineer with the State of Virginia, and has worked across the region in Loudoun County, the Town of Leesburg, Fairfax County Park Authority, and Fairfax County Public Schools before coming to Prince William County. Mr. Brunner holds a BS in Civil Engineering with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Hartford and resides in Tysons Corner with his family.

Michael Brown

Deputy Director, Prince George’s County Central Services


Michael W. Brown has worked in the design, construction management and facilities industry for over 36 years, with various responsibilities. Present responsibilities include the Capital Improvement Program, Facilities, Fleet, General Services, Real Estate and Sustainable Energy. Previous jurisdictional government responsibilities included agency sustainability and energy lead, capital improvements manager, departmental fleet manager, facilities maintenance administrator and design manager to include (design records management, design assignments, design review and approval). Mr. Brown earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Prairie View A&M University. Over the span of his career he has experienced consistent career advancement, demonstrating the ability to meet and exceed professional expectations while serving in the positions of Designer, Asst. Resident Engineer, Inspector, Project Manager, Sr. Project Manager & Projects General Manger. During Michael’s professional journey he has enjoyed teaming with various property owners (with varying focuses) to include medical centers, water treatment facilities, governmental authorities, schools, housing developments, correction facilities, parks/recreation assets and religious entities. His industry contributions total in excess of 970 million dollars.

David Franklin, AIA, DBIA, LEED AP

Section Manager, Department of Public Works and Environmental Services


David Franklin has worked in both the public and private sectors for over 30 years. He currently serves as a Section Manager in the Building Design Branch for the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services – Building Design and Construction Division for Fairfax County, Virginia. He supervises project managers, and assists with selection and contracting of architects and engineers for the design and construction of capital projects. Prior to this he served in the private sector as a Department Head for Construction Services and Project Manager for several architectural and engineering firms serving government, institutional, retail, hospitality, and residential clients. David has a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois, an MBA from Southern Methodist University, and is a registered architect in VA, MD, and CO. David resides in Falls Church, VA with his family.

Gasim Elfaki, RA, LEED AP BD+C

Project Coordinator, Department of Public Works and Environmental Services


Gasim Elfaki has worked in both the public and private sectors for over 30 years. He currently serves as Project Coordinator for the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services – Building Design and Construction Division for Fairfax County, Virginia where he is responsible for managing Public Private Partnerships projects, agreements, and capital projects. Prior to this he served as a Senior Associate and Project Manager for McAllister Architects for 16 years where he successfully managed the design and construction of governmental, commercial, and residential projects. Gasim has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Khartoum, Sudan; is a registered architect in VA, DC and NY and is a certified LEED Accredited Professional. Gasim resides in Woodbridge, VA with his family.