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  1. How to Get Value Out of NCMA Programs

  2. How to Get Value • Chapters are challenged to produce programs. • Not enough volunteers • Hard to find speakers • Hard to create new content • Remember the “make or buy” production strategies. • NCMA is an important source for content. • Know the programs, products and services NCMA offers. • Creatively think of ways these programs can be applied at your local chapter. • Try out, test, or use them.

  3. NCMA – The First 50 Years • >150,000 people have joined as members. • >50,000 people have volunteered. • ~180 chapters. • >100,000 people attended NES (since 1986). • >35,000 people attended national conferences (since 1961). • 400,000 Journals delivered (since 1966). • 540,000 copies of CM Magazine delivered (since 1977). • ~8,000 people have been certified (since 1976). • >6,000 people have taken e-courses (since 1998). • >75,000 webinar participants (since 2004). • Facebook page, LinkedIn group, Twitter following - 2008. • First virtual conference 2009 – Small Business Contracting Community. • First virtual chapter – 2010 – 250 members!

  4. What Does NCMA Provide? • Learning: knowledge, skills and abilities. • Credentials: certifications, certificates. • Information: current events, regulations, laws, research studies, best practices, standards. • Networking: connecting to people that matter. • Community Affiliation: belonging to something bigger. • Advocacy: representing our members’ interests.

  5. Learning Webinars, Webinars on Demand National Education Seminars (NES) Contract Management Leadership Development Program (CMLDP) E-courses – certification preparatory courses National Education Conferences Virtual conferences Education partners

  6. Webinars Live, 90-minute online educational events combining real-time presentation through the web and telephone conferencing 2 sessions per month $189 fee for site registration FAR/DFAR Updates – January 31, 2012 CAS Applicability to IDIQ Contracts – February 15, 2012

  7. Webinars on Demand Recorded Webinars Large Variety of Topics $50 - $150 download fee Understanding “Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers” Rule The Debt Control Initiative: What It Means for Contractors Top Ten Service Contract Act Mistakes and How to Avoid Them to Stay in Compliance and Protect Your Bottom Line

  8. National Education Seminars (NES) • Full-day, in person seminar. NCMA provides manual, slides, workbook. • 7 CPE hours awarded for attendance and participation • Three approaches for delivery: • Chapter hosted • Nationally hosted (outsource to NCMA HQ), • Nationally sponsored (National Conferences) • Topics offered: • 100 Worst Mistakes in Government Contracting • Contract Negotiations • Contract Types • Cost Estimating and Contract Pricing • Leadership: Building High-Performance Buying & Selling Teams • Performance Based Acquisition • Risk Management for Complex U.S. Government Contracts and Projects • Solicitations, Bids, Proposals, and Source Selection

  9. Contract Management Leadership Development Program (CMLDP) Sponsorship Mentors Volunteer obligation Call for applications May 1 – June 30

  10. Certification Online Preparatory Courses • 10-week online courses • 40 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours • Online practice exams • Engaging, informative, and notable instructors • Discussion board for interaction with students and instructors • Weekly readings from exam study materials • Designed to fit into your busy schedule

  11. National Education Conferences

  12. Education Partners • Leading training firms and university programs in CM • Advertising agreements with NCMA • Partner courses are accepted for credit toward certification requirements

  13. Credentials On average, those with an NCMA certification make $10,000 to $25,000 more per year than those who are not certified! • Certified Commercial Contract Manager • Certified Federal Contract Manager • Certified Professional Contract Manager

  14. Information • Contract Management magazine • Journal of Contract Management • Contract Management News • Books – The 100 Worst Mistakes in Government Contracting, plus many more • Standards – Salary Survey 2011; CMBOK, Third Edition, Position Standards for the CM Profession. • www.ncmahq.org

  15. ContractManagement magazine 84 page, 4-color bound production Content written by volunteer members Current events, case studies, best practices, lessons learned, regulations and laws. Articles are available in PDF via website

  16. Journal of Contract Management The Gregor Macfarlan Research and Writing Program. Annual publication. 6-8 scholarly articles, peer-reviewed. Articles are available in PDF via website

  17. Contract Management News Bi-weekly e-mailed newsletter to all members News articles, current events, regs and laws Editions are available in PDF via website

  18. Books The 100 Worst Mistakes in Government Contracting Certification study guides

  19. Standards Salary Survey 2011 Contract Management Body of Knowledge (CMBOK), Third Edition Position Standards for the CM Profession.

  20. Website www.ncmahq.org Articles archives News and current events Member-profile maintenance Links to all NCMA chapters and programs

  21. Networking • National Educational Conferences • ContractManagementJobs.com online board • Career fairs • Communities • Social media

  22. Jobs ContractManagementJobs.com online board Career fairs

  23. Communities Small Business Contracting Performance-Based Acquisition Schedule Contracting New Professionals Women’s Forum Fellows CMLDP Alumni

  24. Guidelines for Chapters to Implement a Women’s Forum • NCMA Resources section of website • Guide for setting up Women’s Forum • The guide helps to: • Define the purpose of the Forum • Demonstrate ways to easily incorporate into your Chapter Programs • Identify resources to support the program • Suggest ways to communicate to membership

  25. Social Media The term social media refers to the use of web-based and mobile technologies to turn communication into interactive dialogue.

  26. Community Affiliation 21,000 members 2,000 companies represented All domestic federal agencies represented 120 chapters 5 communities Awards program for members, nonmembers, chapters. Professional and volunteer efforts.

  27. Professionalism Advocacy • NCMA advocates for the profession. We represent you to rulemakers, employers, and the press. • We do not lobby! • NCMA provides a neutral forum for government and industry to talk about issues. • Public Meetings: an open, neutral forum. • Executive Round Table: closed, neutral forum. • Open letters: • Need for Open Communication Between Government and Industry • Federal Employee Involvement in Not-for-Profit Association Activities • The Graying Workforce