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NCMA's Cost & Pricing Virtual Conference 2013
NCMA's Cost & Pricing Virtual Conference is a must-attend event for both government and industry contract management professionals. Whether you are a seasoned professional or early in your career, key topics, and practical solutions to cost and pricing challenges are within reach by attending this online event.
Congratulations to Past President Pamela Hill who has been awarded the NCMA Fellow honor.
The Fellow designation, established in 1966, is reserved for individuals who have made significant contributions to the field of contracting and to the NCMA. It is the third highest award given by the Association. Thank you, Pam, for all your hard work and dedication to the Great Lakes State Chapter and NCMA!
Congratulations to the Chapter on winning the James E. cravens Membership Award
Past President Pamela Hill represents the Great Lakes State Chapter to receive the James E. Cravens Membership Award at the 2013 Mid-Year Leadership Conference. This Award is designed to recognize NCMA chapters and individual members for outstanding membership accomplishments during the past NCMA program year. It is intended to highlight achievements in membership recruitment and retention.
NCMA’s mission is to improve organizational performance through effective contract management.
What's in a Name?
The Great Lakes State Chapter
Since 1979, we have been rooted in SE Michigan as the Detroit Chapter. Today, we continue to serve metropolitan Detroit, but have expanded our reach and influence throughout Michigan. Our new name conveys our broad outreach and committment to the members, companies, and communities we collaborate with in the Great Lakes State.
Help spread the word! Our name has changed, but the Great Lakes State Chapter is still dedicated to its mission of providing relevant professional education, certification opportunities and professional networking to its members.
We extend an invitation to you to join our team today!
Contract Management Code of Ethics
Each member of the contract management
profession (“the profession”) accepts the obligation to continuously
improve one’s professional knowledge and job performance in the field
of contract management, and to abide by the letter and spirit of the
ethical standards set forth below.