World Congress 2010

July 18–21, 2010
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Greater Fort Lauderdale–Broward County Convention Center

1950 Eisenhower Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316


World Congress 2010 Session Schedule — Wednesday, July 21

Wednesday, July 21, 2010


Conference Registration


 CPCM, CFCM and CCCM Certification Examinations


 Plated Breakfast with Keynote Presentation
 Daniel I. Gordon
, Administrator, OMB Office of Federal Procurement Policy


Awards Ceremony


701: The Administration’s Shift to Fixed-Price Contracts–Understand the Risks  
Acquisition Strategy, Planning, and Sourcing I

702: Importance of Supplier Relationship Management in Contracting for Large Weapon System Sustainment  
Acquisition Strategy, Planning, and Sourcing II

703: New Trends in Teaming Agreements
Business and Proposal Development

704: Incentives Today
Contract Negotiation and Negotiation Skills

705: ARRA and Beyond: Effective Use of Integrated Product Teams to Manage Contracts 
Contract Performance and Administration

706: A Practical Guide to the New FAR Mandatory Disclosure Rule
Contract Law and Compliance I

707: Contractor Purchase System Reviews (CPSRs) Can Improve Company Profitability
Contract Law and Compliance II

708: Using a Cost Model to Predict Future IT Expenditures
Cost Estimating and Pricing

709: Implementing an EVMS/Cost Controls System for FAA’s TAMR Program   
Accounting and Financial Management

710: Implementing Acquisition Policy Reform in the Face of the Acquisition Workforce Deficit
Human Capital and Career Management I

711: Balancing HCM Program Incentives, ERP Technologies and Career Management Programs 
Human Capital and Career Management II

712: TBD
Knowledge Management

713: Logistically Speaking: Using Delivery Terms to Allocate Supply Chain Risks
Commercial and International Contracts

714: Complex Use of Mutiple Award Schedules by Experienced Customers–A Power User Session 
Case Studies: Lessons Learned in the Real World


Closing General Session Panel: Who’s on First: The Role of Contractors in Accomplishing the Work of Government

Steven L. Schooner, CPCM, Fellow, Associate Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Government Procurement Law Program, George Washington University Law School

Angela Drummond, Chief Executive Officer, SiloSmashers

BGen Wendy M. Masiello, USAF, Program Executive Officer for Combat and Mission Support, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition

Stan Z. Soloway, President and CEO of the Professional Services Council

Allison Stanger, Russell Leng '60 Professor of International Politics and Economics and Director of the Rohatyn Center for International Affairs, Middlebury College

*Onsite Certifications exams will be given on Wednesday morning only, July 21, 2010. Check-in will begin at 7:00am. Testing will begin promptly at 8:00. No one will be admitted to the testing area after 8:00. CPCM candidates will have four hours to complete their exams, CFCM and CCCM candidates will have three hours. You do NOT have to attend a preparatory session to be able to test; however, you must have an approved application on file and have all fees paid in advance. No walk-ins are allowed. The cut-off date for submitting your application and fees is June 20, 2010.

There is an exam fee ($50 members, $90 non-members) in addition to the application fee. The cut-off date for submitting your application and fees is June 20, 2010. NOTE: when submitting applications to take the exam at the World Congress, candidates must include the date (July 21, 2010), and the code WC10 on the application.

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