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Government Contracting SIG

The mission of the Government Contracting (GC) Special Interest Group (SIG) is to promote understanding of common practices and experiences of government-related activities for individuals by hearing dynamic speakers, sharing common practices, and promoting the understanding of related laws and policies as well as keeping us abreast of new developments. After all, it is always time to learn about new rules and regulations!

We also strive to provide networking opportunities for professionals with a specific interest in government contracting. Any professional interested in or who works with the Federal Government is welcome to attend our presentations and meetings.

Our meetings are bi-monthly and we also offer special programs on related subject matter. Most programs provide HRCI certification hours, so make sure to make your education count!


Check out our popular past programs!
  • How HR Can Be Integral to Federal New Business Development & Winning Proposals | C. Joseph McNeily
  • OFCCP 2012 Compliance Readiness for Federal Contractors | Steve Parker & Jim Jutzin
  • When the Federal Government Tightens Its Grip: Confronting Challenges Unique to Government Contractors | Misti Mukherjee
  • Understanding and Implementing Service Contract Act | Leslie Stout-Tabackman
  • How Could Sequestration Affect Your Organization | Leslie Stout-Tabackman & Misti Mukherjee
  • Critical HR Focus Points Integral to New Business Development | Joseph McNeily
  • The Government is Changing the Rules for Contractors: What to do to Make Your Company More Competitive & the Consequences if You Don't! | Steven Parker & Jim Jutzin
  • Compliance Concerns with Hiring Government Officials | Joel Borovsky
  • OFCCP: New Rules for Employment of Veterans and the Disabled | Matthew Camardella
  • Service Contract Act | Eric Crusius & Barbara Kinosky
  • The Critical Roles Shared by HR & Facility Security Officers | Tim Coffin
  • Three Business Critical HR Focus Points: How HR can be Integral to New Business Development and Winning Proposals | Joseph McNeily
  • OFCCP's New Veterans and Disability Requirements | Joh Chin
  • Executive Order Implications for Government Contractors
  • Compliance with AAP Requirements for Section 503 and Practical Recruiting Sources

Government Contracting SIG Leaders

Jennifer Reichelt, SPHR (jennifer.reichelt@bowheadsupport.com)
Kim Molthen (molthenk@gmail.com
novashrmgovconsig@gmail.com


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