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The Board of Directors are ready to invite all sorts of well known, highly qualified guest speakers, webinars, and educational opportunities for our members. We welcome all members to attend any of the following events that you can schedule in.
April 23, 2015 — General Member Meeting
WHAT: Educational Meeting- "Compliance Hot Topics: Small Business Subcontracting Plans and Representations and Certifications"
WHO: Howard Roth
WHERE: Anthology Event Center: 706 Williams Blvd, Richland
WHEN: Thursday, March 12, 2015
TIME: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm (check in starts at 11:15am)
COST: Members- $15; Non Members- $20; Cash/Check Only, Please
RSVP: Register with NCMA via e-mail to our coordinator.
The presentation “Compliance Hot Topics” is designed for industry professionals and will keep them abreast of significant developments in small business subcontracting plans to include updates on penalties and plan requirements. Also covered are current developments in representations and certifications affecting both company compliance plans and Agency contracting officer’s oversight responsibilities.
Howard Roth has 25 years of government contract law experience. He advises contractors on how to win contracts and resolve disputes. He represents clients on a broad range of government contracts and related litigation matters, including bid protests, contract disputes, claims preparation and litigation, rights in technical data, internal investigations and audits, as well as maritime contract and ship repair matters. He is a former president of the Norfolk NCMA Chapter. Howard’s experience ranges from serving as Commissioner at the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals to private practice, and most recently service as Deputy Staff Judge Advocate at the Army’s Regional Support Command (RSC) in California. At the RSC, he resolved matters for contracting officers on RFPs, contract negotiations and discussions, protests, claims, and contractor compliance. Howard also served as Chief Government Contract Law for a nationwide military command. He was recalled to active Army Judge Advocate General duty in 2000 as a trial team chief at the Army Contract Appeals Division litigating bid protests and contract appeals. Prior to being recalled to active duty, Howard was in private practice representing government contractors in the maritime, construction, and professional services industries. He is a Lieutenant Colonel, Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps, USA (Retired).
Driving Directions: 706 Williams Blvd, Richland 99352
All Day Seminars — Twice Per Year
• November 18, 2014: Subcontract Management from A to Z
• Spring 2015: TBD
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