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    1. Benefits of Joining the Space City Houston Chapter

    2. NCMA Space City Houston Chapter The Space City – Houston Chapter of NCMA implements NCMA’s primary mission of fostering the professional growth and educational advancement of its members. In addition to monthly luncheons, and certification study sessions, we provide an educational seminar twice annually. The Space City - Houston chapter was founded in 1966, and is now over 45 years old. The Chapter was chartered by 77 contracting professionals employed by NASA's Johnson Space Center and its major support contractors. It has grown to a membership of over 306 individuals who represent NASA, the major aerospace contractors, and dozens of local aerospace firms. In addition, several members hail from city/state government offices, the engineering and petrochemical industries, and academia. Chapter luncheon meetings typically feature guest speakers from all sorts of disciplines related to contract management. The monthly meetings are normally held on the 4th Thursday of each month. Details of upcoming meetings are posted on the website at

    3. Benefits of NCMA Membership Annual Conferences— Government Contract Management Conference Aerospace and Defense Contract Management Conference World Congress. National Educational Seminars—Receive in-depth information on the latest issues and trends in contract management. Designed to fit your busy schedule, these intense, one-day training seminars are offered in variety of locations. Audio Seminars—Access these live seminars through the convenience of your office or home…learn from subject matter experts about the “hottest” topics in the industry.—Niche market career site for contracting professionals looking for the perfect job, and employers searching for the qualified job seeker. Networking Opportunities with Industry Leaders—NCMA’s Board of Advisors boasts a who’s who of experienced and influential executives from Large companies, Small companies, the Government, Academia and others.

    4. Benefits of NCMA Membership Contract Management Magazine—Up-to-date, practical information, and industry news from our full-color, monthly publication. Journal of Contract Management—In-depth, scholarly articles on theory and practice through our annual research-based publication. Salary Survey—Receive the executive summary of our comprehensive annual survey, which reports findings on age and gender, certifications held, education level, experience, employer industry, organization size, position level, job title, and location. Professional Certification Programs—Certified Professional Contract Manager (CPCM), Certified Commercial Contracts Manager (CCCM), and the Certified Federal Contracts Manager (CFCM). E-Courses—Online courses are now available for certification preparation and continuing education in support of re-certification. Study at your own pace, at a time and place that is convenient for you! New! Membership Opportunity Partners—NCMA recently (Spring 2013) expanded this program to include more than 5 new companies who offer NCMA members discounts on their programs and services. Companies include FedEx, GEICO, Aflac and more.

    5. NCMA Membership New Member/One-Year - $150 (breaks out to $2.40 a week if you join today)Includes $25 initiation fee for new members. Special Offer: $100 1-year membership [This offer is for new members and reoccurring members that work for NASA (Civil Servants and Contractors)] Renewal Member/One-Year - $125 New Member/Multiple Year Memberships:2 Years - $263; 3 Years - $362 Renewal Member/Multiple Year Memberships:2 Years - $238; 3 Years - $337 New Professional Member/One-Year - $100 (break out to $1.44 a week if you join today)Includes a one-time $25 initiation fee. This membership is for those individuals who are age 33 or younger on the date they join NCMA. Renewal New Professional Member/One-Year - $75This membership is for those individuals who are age 33 or younger on the date of their renewal.

    6. NCMA Membership Member Pro Vita - $1000NCMA membership for life. Retired Member/One-Year - $55Individuals who are neither employed nor self-employed, and are current members of NCMA. Student Member/One-Year - $25This membership is for those individuals who are full-time students in an accredited, degree-granting institution, and do not hold full-time employment in contract management or a related field. Group Memberships: Your company can save even more money! If you have 10 or more employees interested in NCMA membership, encourage your employer to consider a group membership. Pricing is based on a sliding scale; contact us at or 800-344-8096 to learn more.

    7. NCMA Membership If you are interested in joining or have questions, please stop by the membership table and see me or one of the other chapter officers. If you have questions after today, you can contact me directly. Contact Information for Membership: Miyoshi Thompson, VP Membership, Space City Houston Chapter Phone: (281) 244-1683 or email: Other Space City Houston Chapters Officers: President Delene Sedillo (NASA) Vice President/President Elect Leon Beard (Boeing) VP – Programs Scott Stephens (NASA) VP – Education Michele Wilkinson (Jacobs Technology Inc) Treasurer Rob Kolb (NASA) Secretary Mike Hamm (ES2 Technologies)