Program Date and Time
Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 8:00AM to 12:00PM. Breakfast and networking start at 7:30AM.
UVA Northern Virginia Center, 7054 Haycock Road, Room 214, Falls Church, VA 22043 (Click here for directions)
As contract and subcontract managers, we deal with subcontracts everyday. We manage them as part of a prime contract. We follow them as part of a supplier relationship. But what are the business issues that need to be addressed as part of the subcontract development process? What decisions must be made to ensure the appropriate agreement is struck between the two organizations?
This seminar will peek behind the terms and conditions to the underlying business relationship that is supported by the subcontract. What do business leaders look for in a good subcontracting relationship? How can you better serve your organization as a subcontract administrator by more closely aligning your work with the needs of the organization?
By the end of the seminar, you will:
- Describe the types of subcontract relationships
- Discern the business needs that get met through the subcontracting relationship
- Challenge your internal teams to enter into the subcontract relationships best suited for meeting business challenges
- Discover the risks and rewards of subcontracting
- Learn how to effectively manage subcontract relationships
Although not required for this seminar, we are offering attendees a chance to purchase Dr. Wangemann’s book, Subcontract Management. The book analyzes the subcontracting process and business issues from both the prime contractor and subcontractor perspectives. The 500 page textbook describes the process that each organization goes through to find each other, determine the relationship, form the subcontract, manage the relationship, and close out the subcontract after completion of work or cause. It is used as the textbook for UVA’s Advanced Subcontract Management course. It is available for purchase at the discounted price of $50.
About The Presenter
Dr. Mary Ann Wangemann has spent the majority of her career serving as an executive managing federal programs valued up to $8B and as a Fellow providing thought leadership at EDS. She then served as vice president of a start up a company called mySBX, (later sold to Deltek and now operates as GovWin) designed to help companies subcontract in the federal government marketplace. She served at Management Concepts as a Program Director for a project management line of products and services to help government employees achieve federal certification.
Throughout the last 20 years, she has also held numerous professor positions at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. She has written 14 books on federal government contracting, subcontracting, and program management. Her research interests are in executive decision-making. Her academic expertise is in contract management, business management, leadership, education, information technology, business, and research methodology.
See Dr. Wangemann’s full profile on LinkedIn.
Earn 4 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for attending this half-day seminar.
Join us for an informative presentation, a hot breakfast, and an opportunity to network with fellow contract professionals, all for only $70!
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