As NCMA's leading chapter, we invite you to participate and engage in our full slate of monthly events, training, seminars and networking functions that include a seasoned group of speakers and instructors. NCMA Tysons draws on leaders in government, industry, defense, education, business, media and politics to bring an understanding and insight into the issues affecting the contracting world.
Hot Topic Informational and Educational Seminar/Dinner Meetings at Maggiano's in Tysons II Galleria.
Congressman Gerry Connolly presents "A Congressional and Economic Update" on June 29, 2016.
The new Board of Directors poses after being sworn-in at the June Dinner Meeting.
Come out to Tysons and join us at the next regularly scheduled event!
The next session of the popular Contract Lifecycle Series starts September 2016! Courses include Contract Management tools and techniques and provide the knowledge necessary to obtain or re-certify to NCMA's or other industry association credentials. Participants will gain knowledge that is directly applicable to their career in Government Contracting and for each course completed;students earn a certificate for either 2 or 4 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) points (Business Systems courses are 4 hours). Sign up now for any of the courses or one of the Series Package options.
|Oct 04, 2016 - CLS - Solicitation Methods, Contract Types, and Does the Method Align to Your Business |
|Oct 11, 2016 - CLS - Selection of Sources: FAR Part 12 and Part 13 Commercial Items and Simplified Acquisition Procedures |
|Oct 18, 2016 - CLS - Negotiations |
|Oct 19, 2016 - NCMA - Fall Networking event |
Welcome to NCMA Tysons!
As Chapter President for the 2016 - 2018 Program Years, and on behalf of the Tysons Board of Directors, it is with great pleasure that
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