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 — Monday, July 19

 

Monday, July 19, 2010

7:00am–5:30pm

Conference Registration

7:00am–8:00am

Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

8:00am–9:00am

Keynote Presentation:
Ron Insana, Senior Analyst, CNBC, and Financial Industry Expert 

9:00am–10:30am

General Session Panel: Economic Outlook 2010 and Beyond: How the Transformed Global Economy Will Impact How We Do Business

Martin A. Regalia, Ph.D., Senior Vice President for Economic and Tax Policy and Chief Economist of the United States Chamber of Commerce;
James McAleese
, CEO and founder, McAleese and Associates; and
David J. Berteau
, Senior Advisor, Center for Strategic and International Studies

10:30am–11:15am

Break in Exhibit Hall

11:15am–12:30pm

101: Acquisition Planning & Project Management–Keeping Contract Awards on Schedule
Acquisition Strategy, Planning, and Sourcing I

Examples

102: 7 by ‘11: Reducing the Deficit through Effective Acquisition Savings Plans
Acquisition Strategy, Planning, and Sourcing II

103: It’s Always About Price–The Role of Strategic Pricing in Effective Capture Strategy
Business and Proposal Development

104: Principled Negotiations: The Power of No as an Ethical Negotiating Tool
Contract Negotiation and Negotiation Skills

105: The 7th Step and Beyond: Managing Performance
Contract Performance and Administration

106: Mandatory Disclosure Requirements and Related Compliance Programs: The Current Environment
Contract Law and Compliance I

107: Deterring and Detecting Government Procurement Fraud
Contract Law and Compliance II

108: TBD
Cost Estimating and Pricing

109: Indirect Rate Essentials
Accounting and Financial Management

110: Leadership Development: How to Influence and Call the Shots without Authority
Human Capital and Career Management I

111: Diversity in the Acquisition Workforce
Human Capital and Career Management II

118: Aftermath: The Decision to Reduce the DOD Acquisition Workforce
Human Capital and Career Management III

112: Track Introduction and Primer of Knowledge Management
Knowledge Management

113: Eliminating Surprises in Cross-Border Contracts
Commercial and International Contracts

114: Streamlining Contracting Business Operations
Case Studies: Lessons Learned in the Real World

115: Acquisition Strategy and Pre-Award Competencies
CPCM Exam Track

116: The Acquisition Mission, Systems and Environment
Federal Contracting Bootcamp: CFCM ExamTrack

117: Contracting Under the UCC: A Basic Primer to Key Articles (Part 1)
Commercial Contracting Primer: CCCM Exam Track

12:30pm–2:30pm

Lunch Break in the Exhibit Hall

2:30pm–3:45pm

201: Improving the “Quality of Competition” for Federal Contracts
Acquisition Strategy, Planning, and Sourcing I

202: A Performance-Based Qualification and Evaluation Model for e-Procurement
Acquisition Strategy, Planning, and Sourcing II

203: Understanding Proposal Development and the Contract Manager’s Role
Business and Proposal Development

204: Industry Motivations in Negotiations
Contract Negotiation and Negotiation Skills

205: Subcontract Management & Administration
Contract Performance and Administration

206: 2009 Legal Year-in-Review
Contract Law and Compliance I

207: An Introduction to the Internal Control Framework
Contract Law and Compliance II

208: Cost Realism: Key Points for Buyers and Sellers
Cost Estimating and Pricing

209: Mysteries of a Compliant Accounting System
Accounting and Financial Management

210: The Office of Personnel Management’s Human Capital Assessment and Accountability Framework (HCAAF)
Human Capital and Career Management I

211: Exploring the Myths: Your Career Transition from/to Government and Industry
Human Capital and Career Management II

218: Managing in the 21st Century
Human Capital and Career Management III

212: Organizational Knowledge-sharing Strategies
Knowledge Management

213: Environmental Issues in Oil & Gas  
Commercial and International Contracts

214: A Tale of Two Programs of IT Solutions–the Alliant GWAC and Schedule 70
Case Studies: Lessons Learned in the Real World

215: CMBOK, Introduction and Overview
CPCM Exam Track

216: Acquisition Planning
Federal Contracting Bootcamp: CFCM Exam Track

217: Contracting Under the UCC: A Basic Primer to Key Articles (Part 2)
Commercial Contracting Primer: CCCM Exam Track

4:00pm–5:15pm

301: Building Strategic Partnerships with Your Suppliers  
Acquisition Strategy, Planning, and Sourcing I

302: The Future of Federal Procurement: An Alternative View   
Acquisition Strategy, Planning, and Sourcing II

303: Bidding on Foreign Government Contracts: Risks and Rewards
Business and Proposal Development

304: Negotiating Profit and Fee
Contract Negotiation and Negotiation Skills

305: Application of Contract Incentives  
Contract Performance and Administration

306: Recovery Act Basics: Reporting and Compliance
Contract Law and Compliance I

307: TBD
Contract Law and Compliance II

308: GSA Schedule Services Contracting:  Pricing and Compliance Challenges and Best Practices
Cost Estimating and Pricing

309: Financial Ratio Analysis: Key to Fraud Detection
Accounting and Financial Management

310: Federal Career Intern Program
Human Capital and Career Management I

311: The Great Generational Divide: Training and Development for the Multi-Generational Workforce
Human Capital and Career Management II

318: Careers in Contract Management: Government vs. Industry
Human Capital and Career Management III

312: Knowledge Sharing, Learning at the Point of Need, and Learning Asset Integration  
Knowledge Management

313: How to Conduct Effective Market Analysis - A Vital Part of Sourcing Strategy Development
Commercial and International Contracts

314: A Comparison of Services Contracting Approaches Within the Army, Navy, and Air Force
Case Studies: Lessons Learned in the Real World

315: Contract Award Competencies
CPCM Exam Track

316: Contracting Methods and Contract Types
Federal Contracting Bootcamp: CFCM Exam Track

317: Managing Risk in B2B Contracting
Commercial Contracting Primer: CCCM Exam Track

7:00pm–10:00pm

Gala Cruise aboard Charter One – Floridian Princess Yacht* — Sponsored by FedBid

                  * Indicates special event—separate registration fee may apply.






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