Jul 11, 2019

By Angel N. Davis,

This year, the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) is hosting its 60th annual World Congress Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, and the Centre Law & Consulting team will be in attendance. Please stop by our booth to learn about our service offerings and meet some of our talented team members.  Our team members will provide up to date information on GSA’s Consolidated Schedule and other hot topics. Bring your GSA stories to share with our GSA team.

And, do not forget to sign up for Centre’s breakout sessions!

Below are the Centre breakout session topics and dates:

  • Hot Issues in Bid Protests! Presenter: Barbara Kinosky, Esq | Monday, July 29th | 11:15 am-12:30 pm
  • When Not to Protest: Recent Bid Protest Trends Presenters: Heather Mims, Esq. and Tyler Freiberger, Esq. | Monday, July 29th | 2:00-3:15 pm
  • Effective Customer Service: Creating a Customer Service Experience that Impacts your Organization Presenter: Angel N. Davis, CFCM | Tuesday, July 30th| | 9:30-10:45 am
  • Federal Supply schedules Mini Boot Camp Presenters: Maureen Jamieson and Julia Coon | Tuesday, July 30th | 3:30 -4:45 pm

For those attending the Federal Supply Schedules Mini Boot Camp, the Centre team will be handing out a coupon for $200 off Centre’s 2 day Boot Camp held in either August or November at Centre’s Tysons office. Click here to learn more about our Boot Camp for GSA Schedules training program.

We look forward to meeting you in Boston!

About the Author:

Angel-Davis Angel Davis, CFCM
Contracts Manager

Angel N. Davis has over thirteen years of experience in federal contracts management.  She is a Certified Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM) and is currently President of the Tysons Chapter of the National Contract Management Association (NCMA). While completing the NCMA Contract Management Leadership Development Program (CMLDP), Angel successfully pioneered the NCMA Tysons Women In Leadership Initiative.

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