Here you’ll find all the current and past Chapter events.
This is our last seminar of the Program Year and we’re talking about a timely topic: Other Transaction Agreements (OTA). Learn more about this non-FAR-based acquisition method and how it impacts both current Federal Government contractors and new entrants to the market.
Something different this month! Form a team of three people and play a competitive game testing your knowledge of Government contracting and the FAR. Brought to you in conjunction with GMU and Public Contracting Institute.
This month the Chapter welcomes back Marsha Lindquist to discuss how you go beyond the basics in developing your pricing strategy.
Are teaming agreements enforceable? The answer is “it depends.” Join us this month as we partner with the George Mason University and Public Contracting Institute and how you can draft a teaming agreement to accomplish your business objective.
We welcome back popular speaker Mark Hijar to discuss the 2019 CPSR process, what’s new, and how to prepare for one.
National Education Seminars
Join us November 18th for FAR Essentials, an all-day National Eduction Seminar. Learn the essential topics from the FAR—the source of the uniform policies and procedures for acquisition by all U.S. federal government agencies. This seminar will explore in-depth the 28 essential topics of the FAR to be mastered by government and industry contract management professionals. NES co-author Jim Kirlin is our presenter!
Join us April 8th for NCMA’s latest NES topic! We are happy to welcome back Michelle Currier of DAU as the presenter. With Michelle’s fantastic speaking skills and her ability to make learning fun, attending our event is a no-brainer!
Lowest price in the area! Join us for a one-day NES that presents subcontract management in the U.S. Government environment. Subcontract management under a Government prime contract is a hybrid between the company’s and the Government’s subcontracting requirements. This seminar focuses on the topics that make subcontract management different for Government contractors.
A Certified Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM) certification validates your education, training, experience, and knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation and we are offering a ten (10) week study group to prepare for the exam. Space is very limited so sign up today!
This study group is full. Please check back for future study groups!
The Chapter is hosting a site for NCMA’s live webinar on FAR and DFARS updates. Save on the $189 site fee by joining us in Fairfax. Lunch provided!
Negotiating terms and conditions is a key skill for contract managers, and a risk management approach to negotiating terms and conditions helps contract managers become better negotiators. This NCMA webinar, with a hosted location provided by the Chapter, describes risk management strategies and techniques to negotiate difficult terms and conditions. Lunch will be provided.
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.
Join us at the American Tap Room in Reston Town Center for an evening of food, drink, and networking on Thursday, October 8!
Join us for our Fall Open House! Talk with chapter officers about volunteering, becoming a chapter officer, or ideas for future chapter events. Have your photo taken for your LinkedIn profile. Attend a one-hour seminar on contract law and best practices for the contracting profession. And win a free registration at a future seminar!
Please join us on January 28th from 5:30PM - 7:30 PM at Jackson's Mighty Fine Food & Lucky Lounge in the Reston Town Center for an opportunity to meet and network with fellow chapter members in a fun, informal atmosphere. In addition to providing complimentary...
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