NCMA Resource Guide 2012
The digital edition of the 2012 Contract Management Resource Guide contains the full content of the print edition, published to the Web. Fully searchable and always readily available, linked directly to vendors’ online resources, the digital Resource Guide represents a considerable advance in convenience and usability over the print version.
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Dear Contract Management Professionals,
As a contract manager, you influence the strategic management of your organization on a daily basis. You manage customer and supplier expectations and relationships, control risk and cost, and contribute to organizational profitability and success. For over 50 years, NCMA has been your comprehensive source of professional knowledge, education, certification programs, and publications. This guide brings you in-depth vendor profiles featuring products and services for all disciplines of the contract management profession, and also includes the NCMA Experts Directory. This directory is a list of highly-experienced NCMA members; volunteers who will answer a question, point you in the right direction, and provide professional advice.
The Contract Management Resource Guide is designed to be a primary resource when your responsibilities expand to include new business disciplines or you begin working with new areas and departments within your organization. The Resource Guide can help you quickly locate new, reliable sources of solutions, training, and expert guidance, whether you are looking for in-depth training on new regulations, consulting services or support, cutting-edge technology, advice from someone who has been there, or more.
The Resource Guide is also available as a digital edition. Fully searchable, always readily available, and linked directly to vendors’ online resources, the digital edition of the Guide represents a considerable advance in convenience and usability. You can access the digital edition by going to the NCMA website (www.ncmahq.org), navigating to Publications, and clicking “Resource Guide” in the menu; or go directly to www.ncmahq.org/resourceguide.
NCMA thanks all of the volunteer experts and participating organizations listed in this year’s issue. We also thank you, our members and readers, for whom this guide and other NCMA products are tools for professional success both individually and in your organizations. If you have questions or comments about this issue, or suggestions for improvement of future issues, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.