Performance-Based Acquisition Community Virtual Conference 2012
PERFORMANCE-BASED ACQUISITION COMMUNITY VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
DATE: Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Why Attend: Whether you’re at a large or small business, government or academia, this is the event you’ll need to gain insight performance-based acquisition (PBA) strategies. The discussion on specific PBA topics will broaden your perspective on regulatory and legislative issues, earned value management, compliance management, successful statement of work, risk management, training needs, and much more. The good news is that you don’t even have to leave your office. Don’t miss this keen opportunity to place yourself ahead of the pack, learning about some of the most innovative and strategic initiatives in PBA. Prepare to be enlightened by knowledgeable experts and participate in an open exchange of information and ideas that could set you on a course of even greater success for you and your organization.
Attendees will earn four Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours/Continuous Learning Points (CLP) by attending this event.
Participate in this unique opportunity to have your concerns addressed in live question and answer sessions.
This conference is convenient and cost-effective—no company time is used for travel, no travel expenses, and an unlimited number of people can attend per site registration. In addition, the event has a nationwide audience, giving you the opportunity to collaborate with your counterparts from across the nation.
Who Should Attend:
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Learn from one of the best in the business, Jo Cunningham, a distinguished professional from Sandia National Laboratories. Jo will provide insight and perspectives on the appropriate use of “Contract Types and Incentives.” This will be key to assist you in building the right framework and strategies to achieve valued outcomes and meet key performance objectives. Hear about incentive arrangements that may aid you in considering quality, schedule, and performance risk factors to achieve mission success.
Last, but not least, Lyle Eesley, Fellow of Defense Acquisition University. Lyle is a known authority on service acquisition and PBA utilization. His practical application and recommended practices will provide the insight that you’ll need to put the concepts and strategies to immediate use.
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