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DOD Briefings 

Large Business

$375

Small Business (less than 100 employees)

$300

Public Sector (Govt.)

$0

Moderator

$0

Investiture Luncheon

Fellow-Private Industry

$60

Fellow-Public or Fully Retired

$40

Class of 2014 Fellow

$0 (cost sponsored by anonymous donor)

Golden Eagle Dinner
(guests are the same price as attendee unless otherwise noted)

Fellow-Private Industry

$150

Fellow-Public or Fully Retired

$75

Class of 2014 Fellow

$75 (Guest: $25)

Invited VIP

$50 (Guest: $25)

SAME Member (non-fellow)

$200

SAME Young Member

$75

 

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SAME offers a diverse program of annual events offering members a multitude of opportunities for training, professional development and networking. To view presentations from past events such Joint Engineer Training & Conference Expo (JETC) and Small Business Conference for Federal Engineering, Construction and Environmental Programs (SBC), click here.

 

Upcoming Onsite Courses

Embassy Suites BWI Airport
1300 Concourse Dr.
Linthicum, MD 21090
410-850-0747
Click here for more details

  • NEW! SAME- Project Management Best Business Practices
    1 Day, 8 PDHs, 8 AIA LUs 8:00 a.m.- 5: 00 p.m.
    William A. Sorrentino, Jr., P.E., PMP, DBIA, Sorrentino Consulting, LLC- Instructor
    Click here for a complete course description
    Enhance your Project Management skills through effective project management training. Learn effective, professional, and practical techniques that will delight your clients and keep your projects on budget and delivered on time. This is hands-on training that you can use in your office the very next day.

Embassy Suites BWI Airport
1300 Concourse Dr.
Linthicum, MD 21090
410-850-0747
Click here for more details

  • NEW! Federal Source Selection: Making it Work for Government and Industry
    1 Day, 8 PDHs, 8 AIA LUs 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
    Maureen Q. Weller, JM Weller Consultants, LLC-Instructor
    Click here for a complete course description
    This course will provide you an overview of the Federal Source Selection process, making it work for both Government and Industry, focusing on: (1) What is Best Value Source Selection, versus Sealed Bidding, and When the Methodology is Used…Low Price Technically Acceptable vs. Tradeoff vs. Other Best Value contract actions; (2) DoD and Civilian Agency Specific Approaches; (3) Government Request for Proposal Development, Source Selection Evaluation Factors, the Evaluation Process and Award; (4) Preparing Industry Proposal for Success…Do’s and Don’ts; (5) What May Cause Protests and Chances of Prevailing; and (6) Future of the Use of Source Selection methodologies and trends, as viewed by DoD and Civilian agencies.

 

 

 

 

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