Join Us for Key Contract Terms and Conditions, NCMA’s Newest National Education Seminar

This all-day seminar will focus on the most negotiated contract terms and conditions in the U.S. federal government contracting environment. “Most negotiated” refers to the amount of upfront time and effort typically required to reach agreement. The guide also discusses the negotiation of terms and conditions from three practical, day-to-day perspectives: the U.S. federal government buyer, the prime contractor (as seller and buyer), and the subcontractor. 


February’s Lunch With Leaders Features Lowell (Jake) Jacoby

This month’s Lunch With Leaders mentoring program features Jake Jacoby of Jacoby Associates, LLC. Mr. Jacoby has held senior leadership positions within industry and the Department of Defense. If you’re a young contracts professional or new to the profession, join us for an informal discussion on obtaining success!


February’s Seminar: GMU Presents Negotiations Best Strategies

The Chapter is teaming up with George Mason University to present a two-hour seminar on negotiation strategies. This session is based on GMU’s two-day negotiation course offered as part of their Government Contracting Series. Join us February 16th and implement sound practices for your next negotiation!


January’s Lunch With Leaders Features Barbara Doherty

Lunch with Leaders provides an opportunity for new and/or young professionals to meet with different leaders in a small conversational setting. Hear different perspectives on what it means to be successful, different approaches on how to become successful, and personal stories on how these leaders succeeded and challenges they faced, and career advice they want to share.


January’s Seminar: CPSR Year In Review And A Look Ahead To 2018

Our first training session of 2018 will provide attendees with detailed guidance on the CPSR process as well as up-to-the-minute knowledge regarding what to expect when you’re expecting a 2018 CPSR. ProcureLinx’s Mark Hijar provides valuable insights into current DCMA review trends as well as new points of emphasis in the 2018 CPSR process.