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Welcome your PY2014-15 Board and Chairpersons!
Some of the new members gathered on
July 10. From left to right: Mark Ignash, Carol Wiles, Alana Asbury,
Donna Cappabianca, Sandra Betanzos and Alexander Masters. Not
pictured: David Denomme, Natalie Baird, Pam Hill, Jim Phillips,
Michelle Bourassa, Cynthia Orchard, Colleen Johnston, and Linda Shoaf.
Are you going to be near
Muskegon this Summer? Don't get burned. Join the Great Lakes State
Chapter and the Muskegon Area First PTAC on August 21 to learn about
Solicitations and Proposals. Jim Phillips, Jr., NCMA Fellow, will be
presenting this exciting one day free training workshop. Registration
August 21 - Muskegon, MI
Understanding Solicitations & Preparing Proposals
Please click here for registration details.
September 23, 2014 - Troy, MI
Exploring Contracting...Defining Your Route to Success
- Understanding Solicitations
- Government Regulatory Update
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
Contract Management Code of Ethics
Each member of the contract management
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.
Each member of NCMA shall:
to attain the highest professional standard of job performance, to
exercise diligence in carrying out one's professional duties, and to
serve the profession to the best of one's ability.
oneself in such a manner as to bring credit upon the profession, as
well as to maintain trust and confidence in the integrity of the
contract management process.
engagement in any transaction that might conflict or appear to conflict
with the proper discharge of one's professional duties by reason of a
financial interest, family relationship, or any other circumstances.
with all laws and regulations that govern the contract management
process in the jurisdictions in which one conducts business, including
protection of competition-sensitive and proprietary information from
- Keep informed
of developments in the contract management field, utilizing both formal
training and ad hoc means, to continuously increase knowledge, skill,
and professional competence.
- Share one's
knowledge and experience openly to contribute to the development of
other professionals, improve performance quality, and enhance public
perception of the profession.
- Not knowingly influence others to commit any act that would constitute a violation of this code.