You will be able to explain what management and operational personnel should watch for in order to identify changes, and how to quantify their cost and schedule impacts.
You will know how to leverage information to create an asymmetrical advantage when pursuing REAs and claims.
REAs and Claims: When the honeymoon ends, the real work begins – such is the nature of contracting: spotting issues, analyzing risks, communicating, making decisions on the fly, and ensuring performance conforms to contract requirements. Things can, and likely will, change during the life of the contract, especially on more complex efforts. In the face of evolving project demands and priorities, one must be prepared to recognize and articulate cost and schedule impacts which threaten the bottom line.
Who Should Attend: This presentation helps people of all stripes – operational personnel, managers, lawyers, etc. – understand the factual and legal issues central to realizing the benefit of the bargain. In particular, this presentation is tailored to (a) those who administer contracts and their advisors and counselors – whether on behalf of the customer, contractor, or subcontractor – so they better understand the factors that can make the difference between a successful venture and a regrettable one; and (b) salespeople and contract negotiators, as contracts might be more effectively shaped at the outset.
Who Should Attend: Personnel from the government, government contractors, and commercial companies who may want to benefit from government funding.
This workshop is equal to 1.5 hour of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits towards an NCMA certification.
Wednesday, March 13th, 2019
8:00 am – 10:00 am
Registration, Full HOT Breakfast and networking at 8:00 am
Presentation commences promptly at 8:30 am
Admiral Baker Clubhuse
3604 Adminral Baker Road
San Diego, CA 92124
$30 for NCMA Members
$40 for Non-Members
How to Register and Pay:
The registration deadline is Monday, March 11th
Register online at www.ncmasd.org or email the attached registration form to Arrangements@ncmasd.org and email@example.com. Payment may be made by PayPal or at the door (Cash will no longer be accepted). Please see details on the registration form.
Important Notes about Registration and Payment:
1. "No-Shows" - The Chapter is charged for those who register but do not attend; therefore,all no-shows will be billed. 2. Registration Form: Please be sure to complete the Registration Form above. If the person paying is not the one who is attending, please be sure to note that in the Comments field of the Registration Form. . 3. Registration Confirmation: After completion of the event registration form, please allow up to three business days for confirmation from Reina that your registration was received; if you have not received confirmation after five business days, please contact Reina at Arrangements@ncmasd.org.