NCMA World Congress 2004 Wednesday, April 28 — Session Presentation

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.

Track9:40 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.11:40 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m.1:50 p.m. - 2:50 p.m.3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Contract BasicsRefreshment
Break




























Refreshment
Break
109
Introduction to Federal Cost and Price Analysis--Part 1
110
Introduction to Federal Cost and Price Analysis--Part 2
Luncheon




























Luncheon
111
Principles of Negotiation
112
FAR Overview
Best Practices209
A Best Practice Technique for Solicitation Review
210
Continuous Improvements in Contracts
211
Evolutionary Acquisition and Spiral Development
212
Purchase Card Quality Assurance
Federal Government Contracting309
Buyer's Technical Staff: How to Build a Successful Marriage
310
Increasing Your Competitive Edge: Protecting and Managing Your Past-Performance Information
311
GSA Schedule Contracting--Recognizing the Benefits, Avoiding the Pitfalls
312
Customer Involvement in Process Improvement
Executive409
Risk Taking in Career Management
410
Enterprise Spend Management: "What's Spend Got to Do with It?"
411
Challenges and Lessons Learned in Adopting Enterprise Solutions
412
TBD
Supply Chain Management509
Benefits of Implementing Commercial Items in Supply Chains
510
Creating a Supplier Value-Chain
511
Strategic Sourcing for Public Purchasers
512
A Case Study of the Raytheon Six Sigma with Suppliers Project
Selling to the Federal Government609
Content in Context: The Value of Market Intelligence in the Capture Management Process
610
Winning Proposals: A Guide for the Federal Contractor
611
Winning Large Contracts with Customers, Contractors, and Competitors
612
How to Get on the GSA Schedule and Increase Your Company's Sales
Alternative Dispute Resolution709
ADR and the Board Case - Why, When, How, and at What (and Whose) Cost? - Part 1
710
ADR and the Board Case - Why, When, How, and at What (and Whose) Cost? - Part 2
711
Designing the Ultimate Dispute Resolution Clause for Enhanced Subcontractor Relationships: Part 1
712
Designing the Ultimate Dispute Resolution Clause for Enhanced Subcontractor Relationships: Part 2
Intellectual Property809
Discussion of Intellectual Property Issues for Contracting Personnel
810
Protecting Your Intellectual Property in the Software Licensing Agreement
811
Current Issues Regarding Open-Source Software
812
Intellectual Property Implementation in the Department of Defense
Human Capital & Career Management909
Leadership and Contracting Officer
910
Managing Your Federal Acquisition Career: Initiatives and Resources
911
DANTES Road to a Path of Professional Development
912
Meta-Analysis of Current Negotiation Research
E-Procurement1009
MyFloridaMarketPlace--State of Florida E-Procurement
1010
Satisfying Conflicting Requirements with Online, Reverse Auctions
1011
E-Procurement: Promises Versus Reality
1012
E-Procurement Solicitation Issues
Small Business1109
Small Business Subcontracting: A Primer for the Emerging Large Business
1110
Small Business Certifications and Federal Government Contracting
1111
Increase Small Business Opportunities in the Government Sector
1112
Contract Bundling Regulations - Now What Do We Do?
B2B/Commercial Contracting1209
Leveraging Analytic Supplier Relationship Management for Competitive Advantage
1210
Drafting the Right Terms for Your Escrow Arrangement
1211
Evaluating Conformance and Risk: An Australian Experience
1212
Putting Teeth in Corporate Contract Standards to Minimize Regulatory and Operational Risk

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