This year’s IAC Executive Committee embodies the high-level expertise that is essential to good government and the advancement of the IT industry
From its inception in 1989, the Industry Advisory Council’s purpose has been to bring industry and government executives together to exchange ideas, develop professionally, and build relationships and trust. In the loftiest terms, IAC is the government’s partner in the application and advancement of information technology.
Bill Piatt, chairman of IAC’s Executive Committee, said the group has provided vendor-neutral advice to federal procurement and IT officials during its more than 16 years. IAC’s members participate in public service through voluntary contributions of their time and ideas. The group is part of the American Council for Technology, a relationship that contributes to a more effective use of IT in the federal government, Piatt said.