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Ten Tools for Subcontracting

Program Code: 170081
Seminar Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Start Time: 12:00 PM EST
Registration fee: $189.00

This presentation provides a top-level view of federal government subcontracting and the tools a subcontract manager needs.  The presentation explains how the tools produce the efficiency, accountability and transparency necessary to be successful in subcontracting.  The presentation shows why each tool is needed and the practical way it is used.  The ten tools are shown in the relationship to each other to produce a value stream from requirements definition to delivery to closeout.

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Participants will learn about:

This fast-paced webinar will address the above issues and more while giving you the opportunity to ask our experts for advice about your unique concerns.

Presenters Include:

Jim Kirlin Webinar PresenterJim Kirlin, CFCM, CPCM, Fellow
Senior Subcontracts Manager
Raytheon Company
Jim is a Senior Subcontracts Manager at Raytheon Company in Fort Wayne, IN.  Jim has 27 years of contracts and supply chain experience in government and industry.  Prior to joining Raytheon in 1999 as a contracts manager, Jim served in the U.S. Air Force as an acquisition officer. Jim has a BSBA from the University of Florida and an MBA from the University of Montana. Jim is a member of seven contracting/supply chain/compliance professional associations: NCMA, IACCM, ISM, CIPS, APICS, PMAC, and SCCE.  Jim holds seventeen professional certifications in subcontract management, compliance, contracting, supply chain, supplier diversity, EVMS and Six Sigma from the U.S., U.K. and Canada.  Jim holds NCMA’s Lifetime CPCM and Lifetime CFCM.  He is a NCMA Fellow and has been honored with the NCMA Charles A. Dana Distinguished Service Award, the NCMA National Achievement Award and the NCMA Education Award.  Jim served on the NCMA Board of Directors and served as Chair of the Policy Committee.  He has presented at five NCMA World Congresses and been the speaker at numerous National Education Seminars and Chapter meetings.

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Participants earn 1.5 continuing professional education (CPE) hours.


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