Deputy Chief Susan O’Sullivan to Keynote First Responder Vendor Outreach Forum – Qualify Opportunities at Boardroom meetings with
Key Buyers
September 30, 2008

Deputy Chief Susan O’Sullivan with the Ottawa Police Service has confirmed that she will keynote at CATA’s unique First Responder Vendor Outreach Forum on Oct. 8 and 9 in Toronto where Executive Boardroom meetings with some of Canada’s technology procurement decision-makers are being provided to attendees.


Deputy O’Sullivan, a former advisor to the Auditor General of Canada on National Security in Canada and a well-known leader in the police community will provide an overview of a tri-government initiative - Operation Intersect.  Operation Intersect works to mitigate the effects of threats in a manner that enhances public safety and awareness during times of instability and uncertainty.  Deputy O'Sullivan will also discuss police technology needs in relation to multi-agency major incident response.


Deputy O’Sullivan is an excellent example of the Forum’s outstanding agenda that is filled with terrific thought leaders making presentations on issues critical to First Responders and their advanced technology needs.


This is your last chance to register to attend the Forum or participate in one of its Executive Boardroom meetings with top-level First Responders. 


Previously, the only way to secure an Executive Boardroom sales meeting was to sponsor the Forum.  Now, with only a few spots remaining and only a few days left before the event, these rare sales opportunities with upwards of 30 technology procurement decision makers will be sold to vendors on a first come first serve basis.


++Action Item:  Visit the Forum’s Registration page now to secure your Boardroom or register to attend this unique, educational, and entertaining event.  For more information please visit the Forum homepage or contact



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