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NCMBC Summer Trainings – Don’t Miss Out!

Announcement Coming Soon: The NCMBC and DEFTECH offices will soon announce a six-part cybersecurity virtual series for businesses and academia which will feature: the threat brief; cybersecurity business needs; CMMC compliance; workforce training; commercial cybersecurity emerging requirements; and Department of Defense cybersecurity requirements and opportunities. This series will begin in August 2020. Stay tuned for more information!
 

Current Summer 2020 Statewide Training Schedule.

July 14 at 1100-1230: Bid Estimating
Presenter: Laura Davis, Strategic Consulting Solutions (Accounting Firm)
This training provides information on bid estimating and will cover some basics related to pricing a government contract. Areas that will be covered include: key areas of the solicitation; estimating direct costs; estimating indirect costs; fee considerations; alignment with technical volume; and audit readiness. For more information, visit: http://www.ncmbc.us/11421-2/.
 
July 16 at 1100-1230: Teaming Arrangements that Work: Joint Ventures, Mentor-Protégé Programs and Limitations on Subcontracting
Presenters: Jenna C. Borders and Dana M. Barry, Wyrick Robbins (Law Firm)
This session provides a review and comparison of the four major team building strategies and relationships; assessment of the pros and cons and differences of each; review of various federal agency mentor protégé programs; processes to develop strategies to team successfully with companies that can help you win work; understand the limitations on subcontracting and the requirements for performance by the prime contractor in various teaming relationships and for various types of small business acquisitions; avoiding legal issues and protecting the company’s rights as a government contractor. For more information, visit: http://www.ncmbc.us/11421-2/.
 
July 22 at 1100-1230. Department of Defense Retail Food Opportunities
DeCA acquisition processes for brand and non-brand items, product presentations to DeCA, prime vendor (PV) system, current PV contract holders and upcoming PV opportunities; PV operations and supplier qualification and requirements; distributor operations and supplier qualification and requirements; broker operations and roles; NCDA&CS “Got to Be NC” and NCMBC operations in support of food producers  
Presenters.
  • Michael Dowling, SES, Deputy Director and COO, Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA)
  • Anthony Oliver, Director of Sales and Marketing, Military Produce Group
  • Renee Hunter, Vice President Business Development Military Distributors of Virginia, Spartan Nash
  • Frank Hogan, Chairman, Overseas Service Corporation
 
 
July 23 at 1100-1230. Introduction to Federal Contracting.
Presenter: North Carolina Military Business Center
This training is an introduction to doing business with the federal government. Topics trained include: levels of federal purchasing; how the federal government buys products, construction and engineering and non-personal services; marketing a business to the federal government; socio-economic small business programs; registering as a federal contractor; locating, identifying and responding to federal business opportunities; and resources available to assist federal contractors in North Carolina. For more information, visit: http://www.ncmbc.us/introduction-to-federal-contacting-july-23-aug-13-sept-17/.
 
July 29 at 1100-1230. Department of Defense Retail Food Opportunities
Defense Logistics Agency Subsistence acquisition processes, prime vendor (PV) system, current PV contract holders and upcoming PV opportunities; Fort Bragg/military installation food service installations; DLA PV operations, supplier qualification and requirements; NCDA&CS “Got to Be NC” and NCMBC operations in support of food producers. For more information, visit: http://www.ncmbc.us/web-conferences-military-food-and-nutrition-opportunities/
 
August 5 at 1100-1230. Nutritional Research and Development and Human (Warfighter) Performance.
US Army objectives to improve human (warfighter) performance; Army initiatives to improve warfighter performance through nutrition; WAMC activities and support of nutritional research; ongoing nutritional research at Dole and the NCRC with warfighter application; DEFTECH/NCMBC operations in support of nutrition researchers For more information, visit: http://www.ncmbc.us/web-conferences-military-food-and-nutrition-opportunities/
 
August 13 at 1100-1230. Introduction to Federal Contracting.
Presenter: North Carolina Military Business Center
This training is an introduction to doing business with the federal government. Topics trained include: levels of federal purchasing; how the federal government buys products, construction and engineering and non-personal services; marketing a business to the federal government; socio-economic small business programs; registering as a federal contractor; locating, identifying and responding to federal business opportunities; and resources available to assist federal contractors in North Carolina. For more information, visit: http://www.ncmbc.us/introduction-to-federal-contacting-july-23-aug-13-sept-17/.
 
Questions? Contact Courtney Smedick at courtney@ncmbc.us.




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