Analytic Technology Industry Roundtable FAQ's

What are the benefits of joining the Roundtable?
Roundtable members are able to have a voice on topics that affect their businesses. By coming together, members are able to exchange information or gain ground truth in areas that may be beneficial to their businesses, such as developing products and systems that are more effective at meeting government needs and being better positioned to compete in acquisitions.

How often does the Roundtable meet? Where do they meet?
The Roundtable meets every month at MITRE's offices in McLean, Virginia.

Who attends Roundtable meetings?
Roundtable members regularly attend meetings. Occasionally the group will invite government guests to exchange information, give feedback and guidance, and learn about our work and projects. We might also invite non-member companies to visit.

How big is the Roundtable? Will it get larger?
The Roundtable currently has 30 member organizations. When we formed the Roundtable in November of 2015, membership consisted of about a dozen companies and quickly expanded to sixteen. We expect our membership will continue to grow.

Who attends Roundtable meetings?
Roundtable members regularly attend meetings. Occasionally the group will invite government guests to exchange information, give feedback and guidance, and learn about our work and projects. We might also invite non-member companies to visit.

Does the Roundtable have any government members?
The Roundtable is an industry consortium guided by government needs and priorities. While government customers are not members, we welcome them as guests to special meetings.

I am a government representative, and interested in visiting the Roundtable. How do I connect?
Please contact us, so we can learn more about your interests and arrange a visit with the Roundtable.

How long has the group been meeting?
The Roundtable's first official meeting was in November 2015, but the group has been collaborating and working together for quite some time.

Does the Roundtable have any events coming up that I might be able to attend?
In November of 2018, MITRE anticipates an Industry Day that features the Roundtable. The event will be open to all government guests, along with select industry non-members.