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Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce
GNSI has been a member of the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) since 2005. MCCC performs an important role for local businesses and GNSI fully supports their mission. As a member, GNSI is an active participant in MCCC programs such as the Government Contractor Network (GovConNet), which offers government contractors a full spectrum of education, training, and networking forums to connect them to procurement and teaming opportunities and to Federal agencies. MCCC provides an effective voice for the diverse and vibrant economic landscape of Montgomery County, Maryland, and beyond. Its active membership includes small, medium, and large organizations representing a wide range of businesses and industries. Through effective advocacy, programs and events, MCCC helps its members succeed in business.
MCCC empowers its members to succeed by offering a broad array of business development opportunities. The MCCC Small Business program offers valuable opportunities for business to gain access to expert guest speakers on a range of topics. GNSI believes that supporting organizations such as MCCC helps to build a more vibrant business community and gains the attention of potential customers.
Ori Reiss, President and CEO of GNSI, serves on the Board of Directors of the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce and is presently Chairman-Elect of the Board.
For more information, see the MCCC website.
Tech Council of Maryland (TCM)
GNSI is a member of the Maryland Tech Alliance, a division of the Tech Council of Maryland (TCM), the largest technology trade association in the state of Maryland. The Tech Alliance provides GNSI with a strong link to the vibrant high-tech community in the Maryland/DC/Virginia area.
Ori Reiss, President and CEO of GNSI, serves on the Board of Directors of TCM.
The TCM is a forum that promotes leadership, innovation, collaboration and information-sharing among professionals within the technology industry. As a member, GNSI has direct access to the political process. TCM provides members with a strong voice that is heard by policymakers at the state, local, and federal levels. For example, TCM and its members successfully worked toward the repeal of the computer tax in Maryland. This allowed local businesses to save 10% on technology purchases and technology services.
By providing training opportunities, seminars, and access to a wide pool of resources, TCM benefits all GNSI employees as well as the company as a whole.
For more information, see the Maryland Tech Alliance website.