The private sector is an important stakeholder to the federal government. Career federal leaders have long benefitted from collaborating on policy discussion, sharing best practices, and tools to strengthen the efficacy of federal programs and personnel. In exchange, the private sector depends on strong federal leadership and effective government - and can help advance SEA's mission of empowering leaders to meet 21st century challenges.
SEA serves as a catalyst for these collaborations and seeks more partners to drive the conversations forward. Corporate partners interested in engaging with SEA have a variety of ways to do so:
Corporate partners can sponsor a specific event, roundtable discussion and workshops, webinars and more. Please reach out to Jason Briefel for more information on sponsorship opportunities.
- Sponsorship Opportunity: Presidential Rank Award Summit
In 2017, SEA had over 550 registrants, over 440 attendees at the PRA Summit. A list of 2017 sponsors and community sponsors can be found at: presidentialrankawards.com
Become a Member of the Corporate Advisory Council
The CAC serves as a valuable link between SEA and the corporate community – each of whom have shared interest in contributing to the success of the career senior leadership corps and effective government more broadly. The purpose of the CAC is to support SEA’s mission through engagement, informed guidance, and idea exchanges.
The CAC allows members to work with federal decision-makers on policy and programmatic initiatives and to influence the conversation on 21st century government transformation; provides members the opportunity to network and foster business relationships; and brings together traditional and non-traditional voices to advance thought leadership on the most pressing government leadership and management issues.
For more information on joining the CAC and to view current CAC members, visit the CAC page >
Why Partner with SEA
- Engage with senior leaders across government through in-person discussions, monthly newsletter, and interactions with SEA’s Board
- SEA members span Cabinet level agencies, small-independent agencies, missions and functions - providing a breadth of experience and insight to bring to discussions.
- SEA has the ability to bring together diverse network of current and former SES, members and non-members
- SEA partners with thought leaders from other federal associations, private sector, and academia
- SEA provides unique visibility into the top issues impacting government management
The Value Proposition
- Connect with SEA’s audience in meaningful ways – thought leadership, idea exchanges with federal decision-makers, policy discussions, making government more effective, being a partner to government.
- Build awareness and visibility of support for an efficient and effective federal government through research and events sponsorship, advertisements in SEA’s newsletter, and promotion on SEA’s website
- Showcase corporate responsibility to a strong US government and federal system