Attend a National Education Seminar at World Congress...
A great way to earn an additional 7 CPE hours!
National Education Seminars
Thursday, July 31, 2014
NCMA MEMBER INVESTMENT
A seminar can be attended either along with World Congress or as a stand-alone event. Seminars run concurrently, so attendees must choose one of the topics listed below. To register for a seminar, visit the “Register Now” page and follow the directions listed under “How to Register.”
What's a National Education Seminar?
NCMA's National Education Seminars are one-day educational seminars focused on specific topics within contract management. Whether you are new to the field of contract management or an experience professional, these seminars are designed to enhance your career development and your organization's performance.
Every National Education Seminar participant receives a copy of the referenced subject textbook and its accompanying workbook.
Earn 7 CPE hours by attending one full-day seminar!
Presenter: Jim Kirlin, CPCM, CFCM, Fellow
It’s common for a prime contractor to subcontract the majority of its cost of goods sold, which can mean that up to 80 percent of the goods or services are subcontracted. The importance of subcontract management cannot be overstated. This seminar presents subcontract management in the U.S. federal government environment. Subcontract management under a government prime contract is a hybrid between the company’s commercial subcontracting requirements and the federal government subcontracting requirements. This seminar is unique in its focus on the topics that make subcontract management different under a prime government contract.
The seminar covers 32 essential subcontract management topics under the following major headings—organizing, sourcing, awarding, and managing.
Are you developing winning proposals? If not, it’s time to start!
Presenter: Andrew Obermeyer, CPCM, Fellow
This seminar is designed for everyone involved in the development and response to a request for proposal (RFP). In addition to contract management professionals, this program also benefits anyone involved in the acquisition process: managers, directors, financial analysts, engineers, and business development employees, among others. Learn more about this seminar.
You will learn effective techniques and tips to respond to proposals and prepare them so you can avoid issues downstream with costs, materials, and time.
You will learn about estimating and preparing the following:
- Profit analyses;
- Cost estimating for direct/indirect labor, materials, and other direct costs;
- Statutory/regulatory considerations;
- Cost Accounting Standards;
- Review processes;
- The presentation and story boarding; and
- Policies and procedures.