National Education Seminar: Pricing & Negotiation of Commercial Item Contracts

Early Registration Deadline:
Feb 20, 2019
Advance Regular Price Member: $
200
Advance Regular Price Non-member: $
250
Registration Deadline:
Mar 6, 2019
Regular Price Member: $
250
Regular Price Non-member: $
300
Registrar Name:
Amanda Hinds
Registrar Phone:
321-727-5665
Registrar Email:
ahinds01@harris.com
CPE/CLPs:
7
Chapter:
Cape Canaveral


Event Topic: Pricing and Negotiating Commercial Item Contracts: Government to Industry and Business to Business

Location Address: Harris Global Innovation Center, 1025 W. NASA Boulevard, Melbourne, FL  32919

Date: March 20, 2019

Registration:7:30 AM; Seminar - 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Presenters:
Roy Nyquist, CFCM, CPCM, NCMA Fellow
Roy A. Nyquist has more than 25 years of hands-on government procurement
experience at all levels in the acquisition cycle. He also has extensive experience in
pre-award and post-award government contracting and has been intimately
involved with government acquisition reform initiatives, both as an instructor and a
contracting officer. Mr. Nyquist retired from the US Army in 2003 where he was an
Acquisition Officer.

Currently, Mr. Nyquist is President of RN Contracting Solutions, LLC, a Service
Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business. His company provides contract management consulting services and
contract support to both large and small companies along with contract training. Prior to this position, he was
the Director of Contracting for American Medical Depot(AMD). He managed all Bid and Proposals, advises
Senior Management on Contracting issues and provides contracting/acquisition expertise to the Sales force.
AMD is a major distributor of medical products and provides other services to hospitals, both private and
public.

Prior to this position, Mr. Nyquist served as a Contract Manager for Tremco roofing and building maintenance.
Prior to retiring he served as an Acquisition Officer for U.S. Special Operations Command located at MacDill
AFB, FL. and previously served as the Chief, Contracting and Host Nation Support Branch, U.S. Central
Command where he was responsible for the formation and negotiation of logistical support agreements
between the US Military and the Nations within the Central Command area of responsibility. Mr. Nyquist holds
a Masters Degree in Contract Management from Florida Institute of Technology and taught basic through
executive contracting courses while assigned to the U.S. Army Logistics Management College (DAU).