Program Date and Time
Thursday, February 23, 2017, 12:00PM – 1:30PM. Lunch provided starting at 12:00PM.
NOTE: You must attend this event in person. The chapter is hosting an in-person site for this NCMA webinar and is not able to re-transmit it. If you cannot make it to our site, you must register directly with NCMA for the $189 site fee.
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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 webinar describes risk management strategies and techniques to negotiate difficult terms and conditions.
- The most negotiated terms and conditions in federal government contracting,
- How risk postures vary for terms and conditions,
- Risk management techniques for terms and conditions, and
- Risk management strategies for terms and conditions.
Earn 1.5 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for attending.
About The Presenter
Jim Kirlin, CPCM, CFCM, Fellow
Jim has 32 years of contracts and supply chain experience in government and industry. Jim holds certifications from contract management, supply chain, and ethics and compliance professional associations. Jim is the author of the book “Subcontract Management from A to Z” and the co-author of “Desktop Guide to FAR Essentials”.
Join us for an informative webinar, lunch, and an opportunity to network with fellow contract professionals, all for only $20 per person! Save on the $189 per site fee from NCMA and get out of the office for a change by signing up today!
In order to save on printing costs and to give people an option to use a laptop or tablet, we will email the webinar presentation prior to the event. We suggest downloading the presentation in advance or utilizing a personal hotspot/cellular data on the day of the event as there is no Wi-Fi network. We will not have printed copies available the day of the event.
Register by clicking below. Registration closes Wednesday, February 22, 2017.