Tag Archives: GovComm

Overheard at GovComm 2013

Seriously, next time GovComm, the D.C.-area AV/IT trade show put on by InfoComm, rolls around, drop by, if for no other reason than to take in the federal technology lingo. People like Day One keynote speaker Jill Tummler Singer (pictured) really know their AV and IT, and they talk about it in ways you and I […]

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GovComm Preview: Order in the Court

GovComm 2013 rolls into our nation’s capital next week. “GovComm?” you ask. Yes, GovComm. The D.C.-based show is three years old this year, which is the same age as my youngest dog, who’s really 21, which is to say GovComm has already enjoyed two successful years bringing together AV solution providers and government AV and IT […]

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Overheard at GovComm 2012

Here’s some of what we know: There are a bunch of AV integration companies that work well with government customers and see an opportunity to grow that part of their business. Several of them were at GovComm 2012 in Washington, D.C., the last week of November, including Applied Visual Communications, Audio Video Systems, Communications Engineering […]

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AV Heads Back to Vegas, This Time for Uncle Sam

I was talking last week with an InfoComm member who made a point that I hope never gets lost on other InfoComm members: This is your association. It’s member-driven, led mostly by volunteers. InfoComm employees are here to execute your vision for the industry, which means keeping you in the loop about how, in fact, things are […]

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