Please join the NCMA Denver Chapter on January 9, 2020 from 10:00 am MDT to 11:30 am MDT for the NCMA HQ Live Webinar hosted at Ball Aerospace (BCH Auditorium, 10 Longs Peak Dr, Broomfield, CO 80021) on When Government Property Gets Lost. The NCMA Denver Chapter will host this NCMA HQ Live Webinar in one central location at a discounted rate for members and non-members. Attendees will earn 1.5 CPE/CLP credits for each individual webinar.
Please note: This webinar is remotely presented and only viewable at the location of the event (Ball Aerospace, BCH Auditorium, 10 Longs Peak Dr, Broomfield, CO 80021). Only those who attend in person will be able to obtain CPE/CLP credits and view the live webinar.
Attendees for this event must be U.S. Citizens.
When government property is “lost,” what are the government’s requirements? When may the government hold a contractor liable for lost government property, and in what amount? Who has the authority to grant “Relief of Responsibility” to the contractor for lost government property? These and many other questions regarding lost government property will be answered during this webinar.
1. Understand the difference between the full and limited “Risk of Loss” provisions for government property under FAR-governed contracts.
2. Properly determine the “quantum” assessed by the government for lost government property.
3. Apply the reporting requirements under the FAR and DFARS for lost government property.
CMBOK Competency: 2.2.12, “Reporting Requirements”; 18.104.22.168, “Risk of Loss”
Dr. Douglas N. Goetz, CPPM, CF, MIAM
Dr. Douglas Goetz has extensive experience as a property administrator within DOD. He previously served as the National Editor of the Property Professional for 20 years and is now the Editor Emeritus. He also served as a professor for the Defense Contract Property Management Series of courses offered at AFIT and DAU and chaired the DFARS Supplement 3 Rewrite Committee, where he was the principal author responsible for the creation of the original DOD property manual, DoD 4161.2-M.