Cost Estimating Fundamentals - QA by arw15539


									                   NCMA Southeast Idaho Chapter
                     Annual Education Seminar
                                        Date: June 23, 2010
                                   Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
                         Place: Hilton Garden Inn - Idaho Falls

Topic: Subcontracts - What the Government, the Primes and
       Subcontractors Need to Know
      I.     Introduction and Overview
      II.    Who Can You Subcontract With
      III.   Why Do You Subcontract
      IV. How Can You Subcontract
      V.     Subcontract Pricing
      VI. Past Performance
      VII. Contract Administration Issues
      VIII. Subcontracting Plans

Presenters: Mr. Jim F. Nagle and Mr. Jonathan (Jon) DeMella
The former chief of the Logistics and Contract Law Branch of the Department of the Army Staff and a trial
team chief in the Army’s Contract Appeals Division, Mr. Jim Nagle has extensive experience in supply and
services, international, major system, and construction contracts. He has litigated in numerous appellate and
trial level federal courts, boards of contract appeals, the GAO and the SBA. Besides representing contractors,
he has mediated disputes between both the government and the prime and the prime and its subcontractors.

Mr. Nagle has taught all aspects of government contracts, construction law, and contract management for the
Graduate Program on Contract Management of the Florida Institute of Technology, The George Washington
University’s School of Business and Public Management, The George Washington University’s National Law
Center, the University of Washington, Seattle University’s School of Law and other professional organizations.
He has lectured in 23 states, the District of Columbia, and four foreign countries.

Mr. Jonathan (Jon) DeMella has dedicated his practice to finding innovative and effective solutions for clients
faced with the challenging prospect of litigation. He has considerable experience assisting contractors
involved in disputes with the Federal Government and has counseled clients in many areas of construction
and government contract law. Mr. DeMella graduated, cum laude, with his J.D. from American University,
Washington College of Law

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