GAINESVILLE, Fla. – October 1, 2015: Public agencies and officials seeking to learn ways analyze markets and detect collusive behavior in sealed bidding can find all of this and more at Info Tech’s Market Analysis Training 2016.

The seminar is set for February 23-25, 2016. The three-day seminar features a mix of lecture and hands-on computer work facilitated by a faculty with decades of experience in collusion detection methods. Attendees will learn how to leverage data to produce evidence showing federal funds are being properly monitored, and will also learn how to avoid monetary waste and abuse. Students at the seminar have full access to computers loaded with the latest collusion detection tools and real data to analyze.

The faculty includes Dr. James T. McClave, president and founder of Info Tech, Inc. Dr. McClave has provided statistical and econometric consulting services and expert testimony for hundreds of clients, including the U.S. Department of Justice and many states’ attorneys general. His experience spans a wide variety of industries, from highway construction to health care.

The seminar is being held at Info Tech’s corporate office in Gainesville, Florida. There is no fee to attend, but attendance is limited to the first 15 registrants. A group rate at the conference hotel is available for approximately $89/night.

Registration information, including a printable flyer, is available online

Established in 1977 and based in Gainesville, Fla., Info Tech, Inc. provides software development, Internet bidding and systems integration services for infrastructure construction management, and also provides highly technical consulting and network communications services. Info Tech’s software products, services and professionals serve public agencies, consulting engineers, contractors and bidders. Info Tech has a highly skilled workforce of more than 240 professionals, and maintains regional and project offices throughout the U.S. Info Tech can be reached at +1 (352) 381-4400.