NCMA Greater Philadelphia Chapter Secures the 2016 Walter R. Graalman Gold Level Award!
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Welcome to the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of NCMA
Celebrating Over 50 Years of Contract Management Excellence!
[March 15, 2018] - NCMA Greater Philadelphia - Call For Nominations
Hello Chapter Members!
Have you considered how being a member of the NCMA Greater Philadelphia Chapter Board can enhance your Professional Career?
Have you always wanted to give back to others?
Do you love to take charge or just help out? There are opportunities for all and takes just a few hours a month of your time!
Now’s your chance – the NCMA Greater Philadelphia Chapter is seeking volunteers to serve on the Board for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 Program Years.
The program year runs from July 1st to June 30th. The positions are as follows:
Descriptions for the positions can be found in the attached document.
And what’s even better… you have experienced out-going board members to lean on as you transition into your new role!
Submit your nominations on the attached form by March 30, 2018. Elections will be held in April.
The NCMA Greater Philadelphia Chapter
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[October 18, 2017] - NCMA Greater Philadelphia chapter discussing Contract Managment insights at St. Joe's University Veterans Entrepreneurial Jumpstart (VEJ) Program
Jeannine Roso, Executive Vice President of the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Greater Philadelphia Chapter, Brian Connolly, Vice President,
Programs and Jeremy Mock, Community Service Chair participated in a panel discussion for Saint Joseph University’s (SJU) Veterans Entrepreneurial Jumpstart
(VEJ) program. The VEJ program is specifically designed to provide veterans with the tools, education, and mentorship opportunities necessary for them to
start their own businesses. The panel discussion detailed the steps on becoming a Federal Contractor and how NCMA can be a resource for procurement and
contract management for their businesses.
In 2015, Saint Joseph’s University– Haub School of Business, joined the national consortium of schools for the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with
Disabilities (EBV), an entrepreneurial and small business education program founded in 2007 at the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University (SU),
and operated by SU’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF). Saint Joseph’s University runs both the EBV, open to post-9/11 disabled veterans,
and a second program, the VEJ, that was designed by the SJU Office of Veterans Services which is led by two military veterans, Ralph Galati, Director of
Veterans Services and Kevin Gelzhiser, Assistant Director for Veterans Services. The VEJ program is open to any honorably discharged veteran.
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Congratulations to NCMA Greater Philadelphia Chapter's own, Sidney Ozer!
EPA Administrator’s Award for Outstanding Accomplishments in Support of Small Businesses
Congratulations to the US Government Environmental Protection Agency Region III Small Business Program Team (Tiffany Cooper, Hana Hyland, Sidney Ozer,
and Al Pinero) on their receipt of the EPA Administrator’s Award for Outstanding Accomplishments by an EPA employee or group in Support of Small Businesses
Impacted by EPA Regulations. This award is for their demonstration of outstanding achievements in working with, and addressing the concerns of, small
businesses that are impacted by EPA regulations.
Region III’s Small Business Program Team worked collaboratively with external small business assistance providers to conduct outreach to small businesses
and enhance environmental regulation compliance in FY 2016 by engaging with over 1000 small businesses at 12 outreach events. The team, along with several
federal acquisition professionals, became charter members of the Philadelphia Federal Executive Board’s (FEB) Mid-Atlantic Acquisition Council (MAAC).
As members of the Small Business Sub-Committee, the team educated owners while promoting procurement opportunities for small businesses, small disadvantaged
businesses, women-owned businesses, HUB Zone businesses, and service-disabled veteran owned businesses.
In addition, the team played an instrumental role in devising and implementing an Acquisition Day to help reduce the burdens and impacts on the regulated
small business community. This event hosted participants from 12 federal agencies and 2,013 contracting professionals. Another example of the team’s
exemplary leadership and small business outreach is highlighted by their support of the Women in Public Policy ChallengeHER half-day training event.
This event focused on participants of the Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) Set-Aside Program looking to become more effective players in the government
contracting arena. The team provided four educational sessions: What WOSB’s Can Do to Help Create Set-Asides?, Working with Federal Buyers, Research and
Marketing – Doing Your Homework, and Doing Business with the U.S. EPA. This event successfully brought together 72 WOSB’s and 49 federal contractors to
increase awareness of and reduce the burdens regulated small business owners face.
Click on link and scroll down for photo of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and EPA OSDBU Director Denise Benjamin Sirmons presenting award to Hana Hyland
and Sidney Ozer representing EPA RIII. https://www.flickr.com/gp/usepagov/EmX307
Executive Vice President Jeannine Roso and Greater Philadelphia member Lisa Stewart representing the chapter at the 2016 World Congress in Orlando, FL.
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