The Government Technology Breakfast (GTB) Forum is held in partnership with Howard University. The forum builds community, information, and best practices, and government technology. The events strive to create and strengthen ties between students and government technologists to inspire students toward public service, and help government understand the talent Howard students offer.
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The Grants Management Breakfast (GMB) Forum is held in partnership with the George Washington University Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration. Audience members and the guest speaker or panel convene to discuss the full life cycle of grants management, with a particular focus on issues, challenges, and keys to success for grant-makers. Together, we support one another and share critical lessons learned from authentic experiences.Learn More About GMB
The Government Analytics Breakfast (GAB) Forum is held in partnership with Johns Hopkins University’s Center Program in Government Analytics. At these events, a government speaker or panel and audience members come together to share first-hand experiences in using data analytics and evidence to improve public sector policy-making and management. The conversations that start at our GAB Forum events often continue afterward between participants, and frequently result in real-world opportunities for process and performance improvement.
Our breakfast forums include the Government Analytics Breakfast (GAB) Forum and the Grants Management Breakfast (GMB) Forum. Each forum is held approximately every two months, except July and August.
REI Systems is the proud creator and host of two breakfast forum series in partnership with some of the most prominent universities in the United States. These events gather professionals from government, academia, and the corporate realm to establish a community with which to discuss important topics, learn about new innovations, and share accomplishments and lessons learned. Our forum communities encourage mutual improvement and success among all who participate.