Changing Supply Chain Education
The Procurement Forum will bring together high level executives presenting successful projects implemented in their companies and taking part in debates and roundtable discussions. As a keynote speaker, Jeffery A. White, will present important data and best practices in risk management and in innovative supplier relationship structure.
June 14-15, 2016
TKP New York Conference Center
109 West 39th Street
New York, NY
For more information: www.inbrasc.org
When: July 24-27
Where: Orlando, Florida
National Contract Management Association’s largest education event for contract management, procurement, and acquisition professionals. Individuals from government (federal, state, and local); industry; and commercial business come together to engage, educate, and experience excellence.
For more information on this exciting and informative annual event, visit:http://www.ncmahq.org/wc16/
Federal Publications Seminars
Jeffery A. White will present government training for individuals and organizations who seek to grow professionally and stay current and compliant in the world of government contracting. For more information, visit www.fedpubseminars.com
May 24, 2016 – 1:00PM EST
Is your firm’s subcontracting function ready for a visit from the auditors? More small businesses find themselves in the role of being a prime contractor. This informative webinar will provide guidance to small businesses that are prime contractors and subject to the same government oversight as large businesses.
June 21, 2016 – 1:00PM EST
Despite the fact that auditors focus on the review of procurement files when performing audits of the subcontracting process, the fact is, most of the compliance mistakes happen before procurement professionals are even involved in the process. Since most of the compliance related decisions are made early in the process by non-procurement professionals such as Business Developers, Engineers, Senior Management, etc.… this webinar will provide these type individuals with an overview of the laws, government policies, and regulations that apply to subcontracts.