NCMA Communities

NCMA Communities

Link up with fellow contract management professionals by joining an NCMA Community. Individuals with similar interests can ask questions, share knowledge and feel connected. Build your network of similarly minded professionals.

Benefit from community participation. You will be able to:

Volunteer and leadership opportunities are available. We are always looking for people to take an active role with our online discussion boards. Please post questions and topics for discussion. Reply to questions you see posted. Send us an email if you would like more information or you would like to be a Community Leader: marketing@ncmahq.org.

Why should I join a community?

Join a community to receve exclusive updates or invitations to events! In the future look for special community e-newsletters.

How do I join a community?

Membership in NCMA is not a requirement for Community membership. To learn how to join, please click one of the links below:

What communities are available?

 Womens Forum Community

The Women's Forum community is available to discuss challenges, but also successes women find as they progress through their careers.

Read more on the Women’s Forum Community Site.


Advancing Professionals Community

This is the central location for individuals who are interested in building relationships with and learning from other professionals in the contract management field. We welcome professionals who are new to the field and those who are looking to advance their careers.

Read more on the Advancing Professionals Community Site.


CMLDP Community

The CMLDP Alumni community is for graduates of the NCMA Contract Management Leadership Development program. Individuals interested in applying to the leadership program can visit this page. Leadership Development Program Alumni can sign up for this group to keep in touch.

Read more on the CMLDP Alumni Community Site.


SBC Community

Some 23% or more of federal prime contract dollars are awarded each year to qualifying small businesses. Some unknown, but no doubt very large, additional slice of the federal government's procurement budget go to small business via subcontracts.

Read more on the Small Business Contracting Community Site.



 

 






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