Below are the NCMA Denver Chapter meetings/ seminars/ webinars that have been scheduled for the coming program year. We will update if needed and send email notifications out each month as a reminder (but feel free to register early). We hope you enjoy the line-up and look forward to seeing you at one or more of our events.
DENVER CHAPTER MEETINGS/EVENTS
Speaker: Bill Anderson, former Chief Intellectual Property Counsel for United Launch Alliance, LLC
Join the NCMA Denver Chapter for a presentation focused on emerging trends in Government Contract Intellectual Property and Data Rights issues. Our featured speaker is Bill Anderson, former Chief Intellectual Property Counsel of United Launch Alliance, LLC. Retiring after many years with ULA, Bill will provide us an update on the latest developments relating to government contract intellectual property/data rights issues and will be available to address your hypothetical questions as they come up.
Agenda – April 16, 2013: registration/networking at 11:15 a.m.; plated lunch at 11:45 a.m.; speaker at 12:15 p.m.; conclusion by 1:30 p.m.
Location: Landry’s Seafood House, 7209 South Clinton Street, Englewood, CO
Lunch choices: Fresh Catch Pontchartrain (with rice pilaf and vegetable) or Landry’s Fettuccini with grilled chicken
Cost/reservation: $20.00; register by April 12, 2013, at https://www.123signup.com/event?id=bzspc
Monthly Breakfast Meeting, May 14, 2013, at Café del Sol: FEMA, Contingency Contracting and the Stafford Act with John Norway, FEMA
Speaker: John Norway, FEMA Regions VI thru X Contracting Officer and Section Chief
The NCMA Denver Chapter is thrilled to hear from Mr. Norway. He will be educating our membership on issues relating to contingency contracting and, specifically, the means and methods that FEMA uses to rapidly achieve tangible outcomes for disaster victims while simultaneously ensuring fair and reasonable pricing and that it complies with other legal requirements. In particular, Mr. Norway will discuss the additional restrictions that apply in disaster procurement contexts, including the Stafford Act.
Agenda - May 14, 2013: registration/networking/breakfast buffet at 7:30 a.m.; speaker at 8:00 a.m.; conclusion at approximately 9:30 a.m.
Location: Café del Sol, 608 Garrison, Lakewood
Cost/reservation: $16 general (with breakfast buffet); register by May 10, 2013, at https://www.123signup.com/event?id=bvgph
Ball Aerospace (Westminster) has offered to open their facility for the NCMA webinar(s) listed below. If you are going to attend, please RSVP with me 24-hours in advance and confirm you are a U.S. citizen. Your on-site contact person is Cindy Jacks.
June 18, 2013, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m., Ball Aerospace, 10055 Westmoor Drive, WMR1 Blue Lakes Conference Room, Westminster: Ten Tools for Subcontracting
This presentation provides a top-level view of federal government subcontracting and the tools a subcontract manager needs. The presentation explains how the tools produce the efficiency, accountability and transparency necessary to be successful in subcontracting. The presentation shows why each tool is needed and the practical way it is used. The ten tools are shown in the relationship to each other to produce a value stream from requirements definition to delivery to closeout. This presentation will also include: knowing why these tools must be used; knowing the top ten tools a subcontract manager needs; and knowing where they are used in the subcontracting process. Presenters Include: Jim Kirlin, CFCM, CPCM, Fellow, Senior Subcontracts Manager -Raytheon Company.
The Denver Chapter wishes to acknowledge and thank its corporate sponsors:
• McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP (www.mckennalong.com)
• Burgess Consulting, LLC (www.burgessconsulting-llc.com)
• Ehrhardt Keefe Steiner & Hottman PC (www.eksh.com)
• ETI Professionals Inc. – Cherokee Nation Businesses (www.etipros.com)
PLEASE SHARE THESE MEETINGS AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES WITH OTHERS IN YOUR ORGANIZATION AND COMMUNITY THROUGH THIS WEBSITE
*Ball-Westminster: When you arrive at Ball (WMR1-Eldorado) for the webinar, check in with Security and ask to be signed in as a visitor with Cindy Jacks as the Point of Contact. Attendees must be escorted at all times and, therefore, must stay the entire length of the seminar. The physical address is 10055 Westmoor Drive, Westminster, CO 80021.
**Ball-Boulder: When you arrive at Ball (RA-4 Hubble Conference Room) for the webinar, check in with Security and ask to be signed in as a visitor with Sheila Cochran as the Point of Contact. Attendees must be escorted at all times and, therefore, must stay the entire length of the seminar. The physical address is 1600 Commerce Street, Boulder, CO 80301.
***McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP: Access to public parking under the building is available off of the alley on Wewatta between Speer and 15th. Using the elevators, come to the 7th floor. If no reservations are received, the webinar will not be purchased/hosted at this site. The physical address is 1400 Wewatta Street, Suite 700, Denver, CO, 80202.