NCMA World Congress 2004 Monday, April 26 — Session Presentations

Those sessions that have presentations available online have a link for the session number. All presentations are in MS Powerpoint, and be aware that a few are quite large (40 Mb+), and may take quite a while to download.

Track10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.3:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Contract BasicsRefreshment
Break






























Refreshment
Break
101
Introduction to Federal Contract Management
Lunch






























Lunch
102
Introduction to B2B/Commercial Contracting
103
Federal Contract Law Basics
Break in
Exhibit Hall





























Break in
Exhibit Hall
104
Introduction to Commercial Contract Law
Technology in Contract Management201
Contract Life Cycle Management--What to Look for in Selecting an Application
202
Reading, Writing, Arithmetic...and Contract Management
203
Closing the Gap Between Government and Industry
204
Eliminating Maverick Purchasing and Improving Supplier Performance Through Effective Contract Management
Federal Government Contracting301
The Past-Performance Conundrum
302
Why Some Commercial Activities Programs Can't Work
303
How to Deal with OCI in Today's World of Acquisition and Mergers
304
Software and Technology Sales to the U.S. Federal Government
Executive401
Contracting for Program Success: Finding Win-Win Solutions
402
Leadership Challenge
403
NASA's Exploration Initiative: Procurement's Role
404
Contracting Professionals as Business Managers or Advisors
Homeland Security501
Wrestling with the Challenges of State and Local Procurement
502
An Analysis of the SAFETY Act on Homeland Security Contracting
503
Federal Procurement Under Project BioShield
504
An Update on Department of Homeland Security Procurement Provisions
Defense Contracting601
Contingency Service-Based Contracting in the Balkans
602
Organizational Transformation in an Air Force R&D Contracting Directorate: A Practical Application
603
The Contract Manager's Role in Contractors on the Battlefield
604
Other Transactions Reaching the Future of Defense
Finance and Accounting701
Unabsorbed Overhead in Delay Claims--Eichleay in the 21st Century
702
Understanding Recent Changes in FAR and CAS
703
It's Time to Move Beyond an "Adequate" Accounting System
704
Relationship of Contract Type to Financial Management
Service Contracting801
Service Contracting Act
802
The Contract Officer's Expanded Role in the New OMB A-76
803
Multi-Agency Contracts
804
Service-Level Agreements
Human Capital & Career Management901
Young Blood in Contracting--Getting Trained and Accomplishing Plenty
902
Understanding and Using Leverage
903
Communities of Interest: New Ways of Connecting
904
Development of a Professional Certification Program Across an Internal Supply Chain: A Case Study
Federal Contract Law1001
Developments in Federal and State Contract Law
1002
Important Developments in GAO Bid Protests
1003
The Seven Steps to Maintaining and Defending Procurement Protests
1004
Whistleblowing and False Claims--A Primer
The Changing Role of Contract Management1101
Update on the Profession: The Changing Role of the Contract Manager
1102
Introducing Contract Managers into an Existing Business
1103
Procurement Transformation in the Public Sector
1104
Net-Centric Contracting: What Is It, and How Do We Manage It?
B2B/Commercial Contracting1201
Tacit Knowledge or Tacit Ignorance? Contracting for Predictable Results
1202
Securing Success: Invisible Terms in International Contracts and What To Do About Them
1203
Doing Great Business Deals: It Takes More Than "Compliance"
1204
Transaction Compliance and Contract Management

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