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NCMA's World Congress 2013 is our largest and most talked about educational event of the year. The education learned, free career fair and networking events are priceless! Check out the agenda and see what educational tracks are right for you and all of the fun events scheduled.
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Why Federal Contracting Should Be More Like Made-From-Scratch vs. Store-Bought Cookies
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The Advice Top Leaders Wish They’d Received At Graduation
Check out this post on federal contracting. It is just one of a 12-part series. This series aims to address common challenges and achieve new efficiencies in government procurement.
This blog article discusses different types of procurement risk and their importance. Read this post to brush up on your risk knowledge and see the many ways risk can help and hurt your procurement.
If you could go back and change your path, would you? Check out some advice that top leaders and influencers wished they had received before and heading out into the real world.
Contract Management Term of the Month
economies of scope: A production process in which it is cheaper to produce two (or more) products together rather than separately. This property is also termed "joint production." For example, the production of beef also results in the production of leather and the production of lumber also results in the production of sawdust. Economies of scope can be beneficial, giving a producer multiple products to sell, but it can also be problematic when one of the joint products is undesirable, such as pollution or residual waste.
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