What is a Fellow?
The National Board of Directors of the NCMA established the category of NCMA Fellow in July 1966. The Fellow designation is reserved for individuals who have made significant contributions to the field of contracting and to the NCMA. The fellow award is the NCMA’s third-highest award.
Why become a Fellow?
The Fellows Award
The NCMA Tysons Fellows Award recognizes your accomplishments toward the advancement of Contract Management as a profession. Nominees for the award are evaluated according to their level of academic training and experience in contract management, teaching and publishing efforts, participation in educational events and conferences, and service to NCMA.
Charges of Fellowship
Fellows pledge continuous support in a leadership role for NCMA and the contract management profession. They participate as a member of the Council of Fellows and as an active member of their local chapter. Fellows contribute to efforts to enhance and expand the professional acceptance of NCMA membership and certification, and mentor the development of new NCMA leaders.
The Council of Fellows
Members of the Council of Fellows are encouraged to participate by channelling resources towards fulfillment of chapter and national goals.
They offer opportunities to participate in and guide the Association’s future direction and to assist in establishing and administering criteria and standards for Fellows, and foster a forum for roundtable discussions of issues affecting the contract management profession.
Hall of Fellows
CPCM, CFCM, CCCM, Fellow
CPCM, CFCM, Fellow
Dr. Michael Santens
CPCM, CCCM, CFCM, Fellow
CPCM, CFCM, Fellow
Tysons Chapter Members wishing to apply for Fellowship should submit their application to the NCMA Tysons Fellows Chair for review and processing. Your applications must be submitted in duplicate if hard copy or, if submitted electronically, the applicant must provide all supporting documentation (to include copies of papers, certificates, diplomas or transcripts) electronically.
To email your application, send to:
Peter G. Tuttle, CPCM, Fellow, Fellows Chair, NCMA Tysons