NCMA’s conferences offer an ideal forum for high-quality educational programs, unparalleled networking opportunities, high-profile speakers, and neutral forums to enable the open exchange of ideas. Learn the profession’s best practices from subject matter experts, stay current on issues relevant to your career, and earn points toward certification.
|April 21, 2015||Developing Winning Proposals
National Education Seminar
Paso Del Norte Chapter; Radisson El Paso Airport, 1770 Airport Blvd., El Paso, Texas
|April 21, 2015||NCMA Tysons Chapter Event
NCMA Tysons is pleased to offer our new revamped Contract Lifecycle Series beginning October 21st, 2014. The Contract Lifecycle Series covers the entire contract lifecycle while incorporating lessons on the Business Systems in this 27 course series. Courses will include Contract Management tools and techniques and provide the knowledge necessary to obtain a professional certificate. Participants will gain knowledge that is directly applicable to their career in Government Contracting and for each course completed; students earn a certificate for either 2 or 4 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) points (Business Systems Courses are 4 hours) they can use to assist them in obtaining or re-certifying for NCMA’s Certified Commercial Contract Manager (CCCM), Certified Federal Contract Manager (CFCM), Certified Professional Contract Manager (CPCM) or other industry association credentials.
|April 22, 2015||NCMA Alamo Chapter Event
Join us for our April training luncheon with our Guest Speaker, Lt Col Justin H. Trumbo, Staff Judge Advocate, 502d Security Forces and Logistics Support Group, JBSA-Randolph, who will present: "Ethics Grab Bag: An Array of Procurement-Related Ethics Topics."
|April 23, 2015||NCMA Tysons Chapter Event
Seminar: Introduction To Fiscal Law: Why Fiscal Rules Are Just As Important As The FAR.This course will provide a basic overview of the fiscal rules, the differences between fiscal and contract issues, as well as practical advice regarding common problems such as funding limitations and contractual authority. The goal is to demonstrate how funding controls government contracts as well as how to spot potential roadblocks. PRESENTED BY: Michael E. Barnicle, with Duane Morris LLP and Mark A. Ries
|April 23, 2015||NCMA Virtual Chapter Event
Hot Topics in Federal Contracting (Webinar) Speaker: Michelle Currier This presentation will cover some of the Hot Topics in Federal Contracting including proposed Small Business rules, Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Act, Supply Chain Risk, Safeguarding Information, and Department of Labor initiatives.
|April 23, 2015||Prime and Subcontractor Disputes
|April 23, 2015||NCMA Mid-Florida Chapter Event
Chapter Dinner Meeting — Foreign Military Sales Overview and Key Considerations (Dale Whittaker, PEO STRI Director of International Programs)