POSTPONED – National Contract Management Association National Education Seminar: Subcontract Management From A to ZJune 2, 2016 Lake Geneva, WI
|Start Date||June 2, 2016|
|End Date||June 2, 2016|
|Time||Registration & Breakfast 7:30 am - 8:00 am Program: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm|
|Facility||Grand Geneva Hotel|
|Address||7036 Grand Geneva Way Lake Geneva, WI|
|Contact Info||Joseph Smetak
Please note that this seminar has been postponed. Information on an upcoming event will be posted as soon as additional information is available.
NCMA – Wisconsin is pleased to have the author of “Subcontract Management A-Z”, Mr. Jim Kirlin, joining us to present this important topic for Contractors. Mr. Kirlin brings his wealth of knowledge of contracts and supply chain experience gained working from both the federal government and the contractor sides of contracting
This is a one-day National Education Seminar (NES) that presents subcontract management in the U.S. federal government environment. Subcontract management under a government prime contract is a hybrid between the company’s commercial subcontracting requirements and the federal government’s subcontracting requirements. This seminar is unique in its focus on the topics that make subcontract management different under a prime government contract.
Registration for this event will include a copy of the Subcontract Management from A to Z book, a workbook and the presentation materials. A continental breakfast and lunch will also be served.
Hotel Reservations: There are a limited number of hotel rooms available for a discounted rate. To receive the discounted rate, contact the Grand Geneva Hotel at 1 (800) 558-3417 and mention the National Contract Management Association event.
The seminar covers 32 essential subcontract management topics under the following major headings:
At the completion of this seminar, the participant will have a greater understanding of:
Why subcontract management is important,
How subcontract management relates to other disciplines,
How subcontract management is organized within the procurement organization,
The requirements for a purchasing system,
The subcontract management model,
The importance of defining subcontractor requirements,
How to find and select responsible subcontractors,
The subcontractor compliance and business ethics requirements,
The key elements of nondisclosure and teaming agreements with subcontractors,
How contracting clauses are flowed down to the subcontractors,
The subcontract pricing requirements for noncommercial and commercial subcontracts, and
How to manage the key issues during the performance of subcontracts.
National Contract Management Association (NCMA) – Wisconsin Chapter
National Contract Management Association (NCMA – Twin Cities Chapter
Wisconsin Procurement Institute (WPI)