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Add to calendar 2017-10-26 08:00:00 2017-10-26 17:00:00 America/New_York NES - Key Contract Terms And Conditions Please Note: This Course is Sold Out! NCMA Tysons will plan another session due to the high interest in t Reston,VA false YYYY/MM/DD
Topic: Key Contract Terms And Conditions
Location: Noblis (Reston), 2002 Edmund Halley Drive, Reston,VA 20191
Date: Thu, Oct 26, 2017
Time: 08:00 AM -  05:00 PM
Event description:

Please Note: This Course is Sold Out!

NCMA Tysons will plan another session due to the high interest in this topic. If you would like to be put on the waitlist, please contract Mackenzie Sestak at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

At the completion of this seminar, participants will be able to:

  • Implement rick management strategies in negotiating terms and conditions
  • Determine the impacts of the hybrid nature of subcontract terms and conditions
  • Select appropriate contract types and their associated terms and conditions
  • Know the audit rights associated with FAR Part 12, 13, 14, and 15 acquisitions
  • Apply basic delivery and transportation terms and conditions
  • Apply the appropriate contract quality requirements and their related terms and conditions
  • Understand the concept of acceptance and the associated terms and conditions
  • Implement liquidated damages clauses when appropriate
  • Use warranty terms and conditions to reduce risk
  • Evaluate the terms and conditions for bilateral and unilateral changes
  • Negotiate the terms and conditions for terminations for convenience, stop work, and terminations for default
  • Limit liabilities and risks by negotiating clauses such as insurance, limitation of liability, indemnification, and liability for U.S. government property
  • Obtain rights to use intellectual property and protect intellectual property by using proprietary information agreements and rights in data and software clauses
  • Identify and negotiate an appropriate prime or subcontract disputes clause


Every attendee will receive a copy of the Contract Changes, Disputes, and Terminations book.


Matt Kilroe has served as director of contracts for multiple companies with R4 Incorporated of Eatontown, NJ and NJVC, LLC of Herndon, VA. Matthew is presently the Director of Contracts and Compliance for LJT & Associates, Inc. in Columbia, MD. Matthew has held various contract and subcontract roles with many prestigious firms, including: Honeywell International, Advanced Bioscience Laboratories, Raytheon Technical Services Co., Raytheon Range Systems Engineering, Accenture Federal Services, and ITT Corporation.


Matthew’s an alumni of the Massachusetts School of Law (JD, Law, Emphasis in Government Contract Law), and his undergraduate studies in Economics took place at Mount Saint Mary’s University. He has worked with a high volume of government agencies to include: NASA, DISA, NOAA, DOD, Navy, Air Force, Army, Marines, COIC, JIEDDO and NSF. In addition to his involvement with NCMA, Matthew has also been a visiting instructor with several colleges and universities with a focus in Business Law coursework and Business Administration.


Matthew has brought his contract expertise to a myriad of industries, such as:

  • Aerospace engineering
  • Information technology solutions
  • Manufacturing for custom engineered components
  • Customized technology solutions for industrial end-markets


Matthew brings an in-depth understanding of FARs and DFARs to the NES course and looks forward to bringing his experience in the following areas of contract management to the classroom environment:

  • Contract Management Lifecycle
  • Policy & Procedure Development
  • Proposal Development
  • Procurement
  • Logistics
  • Legal
  • Negotiations
  • Mediations
  • CPSR Audits
  • State & Federal Regulatory Compliance
  • Risk Analysis


Matthew’s career has focused on a myriad of areas in business, to include the management of prime contracts, subcontracts, procurement, logistics, corporate policies and procedures, invoicing, and legal matters. Some of his professional successes include his ability to:

  • Mediate settlement agreements and release of claims
  • Led multiple CPSR review teams
  • Instrumental in assisting business team to reach sales goals by developing efficient practices in subcontract management
  • Ensure compliance with state and federal regulations by establishing robust and operational policies for Human Resources, IT, Finance, Legal, Program Management, and Procurement Divisions.
  • Draft and implement various policies and procedures to ensure compliance with CPSR and government procurement rules
  • Facilitate multiple firms from small and set-aside status to large corporate entities, and the appropriate disposition of contract needs during that evolution.
  • Perform risk analysis, assist in proposal preparation, and provide advisement on contract terms and related negotiations.
  • Leading and the facilitation of mediating settlement agreement and lease of claims.


Repeatedly recognized for ability to successfully stabilize at risk contracts under Cure, Letter of Concern, and Termination for Convenience circumstances.


Registration Check-in 8:00am

Start & End Times 8:30 to 5:00 pm

Location and Sponsor:

Hosted by Noblis, located at 2002 Edmund Halley Drive Reston, VA  20191. For more location information and directions to Noblis, click here.


Registration Deadline: October 24th

Register before Friday Oct 06, 2017 and saved $50!! (discounts are applied at time of check out)


Registration includes Books/Materials, Breakfast, and Lunch!

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