A San Antonio Salute to Government and Military Information Technology
May 14, 2012
This week, it’s all about the stars and stripes for Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI). We start with a salute to government and military IT at the General Services Administration (GSA) Training and Expo in San Antonio (today through May 17) and end up in our nation’s capital for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention in Washington, D.C. (May 17 – May 19).
In the here and now, the CPI campaign gets going at booth 3341 of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio (only an hour south from CPI’s Research, Development and Training Center in Georgetown, TX), where we’re displaying the GF-Series GlobalFrame® Cabinet, our forthcoming eConnect™ Power Distribution Units (PDUs), and Evolution™ Cable Management for federal, state and local government and military employees from around the country.
CPI has long been proud to serve the specialized IT infrastructure needs of the government sector, most recently helping the State of Montana build a state-of-the-art and highly energy efficient data center in its capital city of Helena.
Over at our Government Solutions webpage, you’ll see how CPI addresses the high premium placed on safely and securely outfitting these kinds of mission-critical facilities, not to mention our ability to help provide Zone 4 seismic rating compliant racks and cabinets.
Did you know that CPI is also registered as a Small Business (SB) with the GSA under Federal Supply Schedule 70 for General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software and Services? A mouthful for sure, but an important designation for any government entity looking to buy American – we have you covered.
Visit our special Government Business webpage for details on how to buy.
After our stump speech in San Antonio, stay tuned for our report from Washington, D.C. at the AIA Convention later this week.