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Additional Training

Sunday, July 17 | 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM CST

NCMA's Chapter Leader Summit, in conjunction with World Congress on Sunday July 17, is designed to provide you with the skills required to lead your chapter effectively and successfully. This is the time to connect, develop, and help your chapter grow and thrive by defining your superpower. Open to all!

View the agenda here.

Fee: $0
Education Credits: 4.0 CPE/CLP

Chapter Leadership Summit Registration is a separate pre-conference event and does not included World Congress registration. You must register separately for World Congress 2022


Wednesday, July 20, 2022 | 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM CST 
Join SEWP for a training designed to empower your Federal Agency with their ICT needs. 

Darlene Coen
, Deputy DIrector and Director of Strategy and Acquisition, NASA SEWP
Theresa Kinney, Director for Operations and Communications, NASA SEWP

Fee: $0
Education Credits: 3.6 CPE/CLP



Frame your World Congress experience with one of our All-Day Trainings on Sunday, July 17 and Thursday, July 21.  


  • In-Person NCMA Member Add On - $345.00 

  • In-Person Nonmember Add On - $395.00 

  • In-Person NCMA Member Workshop Only - $375.00 

  • In-Person Nonmember Workshop Only - $445.00 

Education Credits: 6.5 CPE/CLP

Sunday, July 17, 2022 | 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM CST 

All-Day Training #1: Pricing and Negotiating Commercial Products and Services 
Speaker: Ryan Connell, Pricing Director, East, Commercial Pricing Group, Defense Contract Management Agency

Join this full-day, hands-on workshop for the chance to experience how commercial products and services are priced and negotiated. Participants will work in buyer and seller teams—using either a government-to-industry or a business-to-business scenario—to follow the entire pricing process from analyzing a request for proposal for a portfolio of commercial services, applying FAR Part 12, analyzing pricing risk, conducting market research, price analysis and negotiating terms and conditions that affect the pricing of commercial products and services.

All-Day Training #2: Source Selection Simulation
Speaker: Tom Elesser, Professor of Contracts, DAU

Have you ever wondered what happens behind closed doors in a government source selection facility? Join this full-day source selection simulation for a hands-on opportunity to not only see how exchanges between government and industry take place, but to craft exchanges for a deeper understanding of the process and how it affects business objectives on either side of the table. Participants will complete an entire source selection including the initial evaluation, evaluation notices, competitive range determination, and final evaluation briefing and selection. Buyers will leave with strategies for engaging with industry and conducting a thorough and fair review and sellers will leave with new insights to set expectations and communicate with buyers throughout this process. 

Prepare to jump into the world of a complex weapons systems acquisition, with lessons that transfer across the DoD/civilian and industry/government spectrums. 

Specifically, participants will practice: 
• Conducting initial evaluations
• Creating evaluation worksheets
• Updating source selection leadership officials 
• Drafting and rewriting evaluation notices
• Drafting initial evaluation briefs
• Briefing initial findings
• Preparing and conducting discussions
• Evaluating evaluation notice responses
• Evaluating final proposal responses
• Updating evaluation worksheets
• Preparing and presenting final briefing to leadership
• Debriefing unsuccessful offerors 

Thursday, July 21, 2022 | 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM CST 

All-Day Training #3: The Contract Lifecycle: Using the Contract Management Body of Knowledge (CMBOK)® as Your Guide

Shenê Commodore, CPCM, Fellow, President, Commodore Consulting, LLC
Irvin GrayCPCM, CFCM, CCCM, Assistant General Counsel for Contracts, Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies, LLC

In this interactive,  workshop, participants will try their hands at specific job tasks required of contract managers throughout the contract life cycle: pre-award, award, and post-award. Expert practitioners will lead participants as they explore specific examples and case studies at each stage using NCMA’s Contract Management Body of Knowledge® (CMBOK®) as their guide.

Join us if you are in the early years of your contract management career and are seeking a comprehensive perspective on the business of contracting. If further along in your career, join us to begin preparing for your Certified Professional Contract Manager (CPCM) with this introduction to the CMBOK®.

NCMA’s Contract Management Body of Knowledge® (CMBOK®) is included in this course.  This is a must-have reference for contract management professionals, based on our internationally recognized third-party standard.  


If you have already registered for World Congress and would like to add any of these additional trainings to your registration, please follow these steps: 

  1. Login to your NCMA account here with your NCMA email and password. 

  1. Click 'Edit' next to your name to enter your registration.  

  1. Continue to the fee selection page and select the add-on. 

  1. Continue to the Payment page, choose your payment method and click 'Submit'. 

If you would like to register for any of these additional trainings, please follow these steps: 

  1. Visit the Registration page and click on the Register Now button.  

  1. Log into your NCMA account. 

  1. Continue to the fee selection page and select the add-on option with your World Congress registration, or as a stand-alone. 

  1. Continue to the Payment page, choose your payment method and click 'Submit'. 

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