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Win $5,000 with the ESI International Contracting Award.

Once again, in 2006, NCMA and ESI International, in cooperation with the contracting community, will award $5,000 to a commercial or government contracts professional who has contributed significantly to acquisition operations or acquisition policy.

Noteworthy contributions to acquisition operation could include:

* Extraordinary business leadership or team participation in the design, development or execution of an acquisition program, project or contract that furthers an agency mission or company's business

* Any single task that merits special recognition because of its contribution to meeting an acquisition's cost, schedule and performance goals

Noteworthy contributions to acquisition policy could include:

* The development of a management policy, regulation, data system, or other task that significantly enhances the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of an agency or company's acquisition system

Nominations for the ESI International 2006 Contracting Award must be submitted by February 24, 2006. Each nomination must be approved by the head of the contracting activity for government nominations or an appropriate vice president for industry nominations, describe the candidate's accomplishments in detail (but not to exceed three pages) and include a summary of the accomplishment not to exceed 150 words. The nominations must be submitted on signed letterhead (original and one copy) to:

ESI International 2006 Contracting Award

Attn: Paul Denett

ESI International

901 North Glebe Road, Suite 200

Arlington, VA 22203

The award will be presented in April at the NCMA World Congress 2006.

Questions? E-mail: pdenett@esi-intl.com

For complete rules and regulations, visit www.esi-intl.com.

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