CTC President and CEO Edward Sheehan to Keynote at NCMA Forum

Ed Sheehan Jr.
Ed Sheehan Jr.

Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of Concurrent Technologies Corp., will deliver a keynote address at the National Contract Management Association’s Subcontract Management Training Forum on March 17 and 18 in Virginia.

The forum would tackle practices and knowledge on the government, commercial and supply chains along with addressing current issues faced by supply chain leaders, CTC said Wednesday.

“The Subcontract Management Training Forum brings together people from over 150 organizations in government and industry to discuss the challenges regarding subcontract management,” said Sheehan.

“As our industry continues to evolve and contract requirements change, it is important to have policies and procedures in place for managing subcontractors.”

Lynne Hood and Mindy Schreyer-Hughes, senior director for procurement and subcontracts and government liaison lead respectively at CTC, will also discuss “Closeout Policies & Practices…Getting It Done Efficiently,” a breakout session during the forum that highlights multiple transactions at a time-efficient manner.

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