National Education Seminar: Contract Types


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Contract Types, an accelerated, comprehensive one-day course on the practical, legal, accounting, and management implications in the use of various contract types.

 

This course is designed for both new and experienced contract professionals. For new professionals, it explains the different contract types and their uses. For experienced professionals, it is a refresher and an update examining the various contract types and some of the new, innovative types of contracts in use. It includes an analysis of the risks inherent in different kinds of contracting and the role of risk management in both fixed-price and cost-reimbursement contracting.

 

This course goes beyond consideration of the differences among the various types of contracts, and covers the practical, legal, accounting, and management implications from using each type of contract. Its end objective is to provide both new and experienced contract professionals with a greater understanding of what should be done to better administer and manage their own contracts.

Speaker and Presenter Information

Instructor:

Roy A. Nyquist, CPCM, Fellow 

Roy Nyquist has more than 25 years of hands-on Government procurement experience at all levels in the acquisition cycle. He also has extensive experience in pre-award and post-award Government contracting and has been intimately involved with Government acquisition reform initiatives, both as an instructor and a contracting officer. Mr. Nyquist retired from the US Army in 2003 where he was an Acquisition Officer. Currently, Mr. Nyquist is President of RN Contracting Solutions, LLC. His company provides contract management consulting services to both large and small companies along with contract training.  Mr. Nyquist holds a Masters Degree in Contract Management from Florida Tech. He taught basic through executive contracting courses while assigned to the U.S. Army Logistics Management College (DAU). He is also a member of the NCMA Cape Canaveral Florida Chapter.

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Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government


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When
Tue, Jan 22, 2019, 8:00am - 4:00pm


Cost

Member:  $275.00
Nonmember:  $350.00


Where
orch Technologies, Inc. Freedom Center
4090 South Memorial Parkway
Huntsville, AL 35802
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