Electrical contractor to testify on small business challenges and opportunities at congressional hearing on Tuesday
Bethesda, Md.— Thomas J. DePace of Advance Sound Company, a Farmingdale, N.Y.-based member of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), will testify at a Congressional hearing on federal contracting on Tuesday.
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The Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Contracting and Infrastructure is meeting for a hearing called “Helping Small Businesses Compete: Challenges and Opportunities in the Federal Procurement Marketplace.” The hearing, part of the Subcommittee’s ongoing effort to improve the competitive viability of small businesses and examine a variety of issues affecting them, is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. in the Rayburn House Office Building.
Advance Sound Company is a premiere systems integrator servicing New York, New Jersey and Connecticut and beyond. It began with a primary focus on audio systems and rentals for sound reinforcement, expanding to include digital signage, video conferencing, smart classrooms and visual communication.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION
NECA is the voice of the $171 billion electrical construction industry that brings power, light and communication technology to buildings and communities across the United States. NECA’s national office in Bethesda, Md., and 118 local chapters advance the industry through advocacy, education, research and standards development. Go to www.necanet.org for more information.