ESI Seeking Nominations for ESI International 2006 Contracting Award; ESI and NCMA to Award $5,000 to a Contracts Professional Who Made Significant Contributions to Acquisition Operations and Policies.
The ESI International 2006 Contracting Award recognizes a commercial or government contracting professional who has made noteworthy contributions to acquisition operations and policies. Such contributions may include: extraordinary business leadership or team participation in the design, development or execution of an acquisition program, project or contract; any single task that merits special recognition because of its contribution to meeting an acquisition's cost, schedule and performance goals; or the development of a policy, regulation, data system or other task that significantly enhances the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of an organization's acquisition system.
"The contracting professional's job is all too often a thankless one," says John Elsey, president of ESI International. "We're proud to once again acknowledge and reward a deserving member of the contracting community for the hard work and dedication he or she exhibits, and highlight the value that innovative, quality contracting can bring to any organization."
The award winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize from NCMA. Nominations are due to ESI by February 24, 2006, and the winner will be announced at NCMA World Congress 2006 in April. For more information on how to submit a nomination, including complete rules and regulations, visit www.esi-intl.com/award.
About ESI International
Since 1981, ESI has been helping Fortune Global 500 companies and nearly every major agency of the U.S government build talent and drive results. ESI's services include public classroom training in more than 65 cities worldwide, on-site training, e-training and consulting. With ESI's flexible approach to training, clients can create a unique, customized solution for their specific needs. To date, the ESI Professional Development Programs have benefited 750,000 professionals from 100 countries. For more information on ESI's training programs, visit the company's Web site at www.esi-intl.com.
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|Date:||Nov 15, 2005|
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