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2011 Government Contract Management Conference
The National Contract Management Association's Government Contract Management Conference brings together the top contracting, procurement and acquisition professionals. The conference explores how the tightening budget impacts federal contracting and shares best practice strategies.
Federal contracts don't manage themselves
Monday - 11/14/2011, 9:11am EST
"There's been a lot of tension in the relationship between government and industry," said Charlie Chadwick, vice president for contracts and business conduct at BAE Systems. "I actually find that there's less reality in that today than people think. We are actually both committed to doing the same — serving the public interest."
Chadwick is the national president of the National Contract Management Association, which is having its 30th annual government contracts conference today in Bethesda. He spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Amy Morris from the conference.
Click here for full coverage of the 2011 Government Contracts Management Conference.