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NCMA World Congress

Federal News Radio broadcasts live from the National Contract Management Association's World Congress in National Harbor, Maryland.

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Federal News Radio broadcasts live from the National Contract Management Association's World Congress in National Harbor, Maryland, on Monday, July 28, 2014.

In this photo, Federal Drive's Tom Temin interviews Erville Koehler, Federal Acquisition Service regional commissioner at the General Services Administration.

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GSA's Erville Koehler speaks to Federal Drive's Tom Temin about reverse auctions.

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GSA's Erville Koehler and Federal Drive's Tom Temin discuss an acquisition platform.

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GSA's Erville Koehler speaks to Federal Drive's Tom Temin.

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GSA's Erville Koehler and Federal Drive's Tom Temin pose for a photo.

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Baker Tilly's Jamie Sybert (left) and David Kirschbaum (right) speak with Federal Drive's Tom Temin.

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Jamie Sybert (center), director at firm Baker Tilly, talks to Federal Drive's Tom Temin about terminating contracts.

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Jamie Sybert tells Tom Temin some of the best practices for terminating contracts.

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David Kirschbaum, principal at Baker Tilly, talks to Federal Drive's Tom Temin.

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David Kirschbaum talks to Federal Drive's Tom Temin.

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Tom Temin, Jamie Sybert and David Kirschbaum pose for a photo after their interview.

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Federal Drive's Tom Temin interviews Kenneth Gilliland, attorney with the Army's Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center.

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Kenneth Gilliland talks about using lowest price, technically acceptable for contracts.

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Kenneth Gilliland explains the best situations for LPTA.

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Tom Temin speaks to Kenneth Gilliland.

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Kenneth Gilliland speaks to Tom Temin.

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Tom Temin and Kenneth Gilliland pose for a photo.

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A view of National Harbor, Maryland, from the Gaylord Convention Center.

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Federal News Radio broadcasts live from Gaylord Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.

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Federal News Radio broadcasts live from the National Contract Management Association's 2014 World Congress.

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Guests register for World Congress.

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Signs direct guests to the exhibit hall at the Convention Center.

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The entrance to NCMA's exhibit hall.

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The NCMA World Congress exhibit hall.

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Exhibitors set up their booths at World Congress.

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The National Contract Management Association hosts World Congress.

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Integrity is one of the exhibitors.

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New-life eco-pro demonstrates its product.

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A view of the exhibit hall.

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Guests talk to exhibitors in the hall.

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