Michael Gauthier Selected as Speaker for NCMA World Congress 2016!
Michael Gauthier was selected as a speaker for the National Contract Management Association's (NCMA) World Congress 2016. Mr. Gauthier will be speaking about a successful local government contract case study as a breakout speaker on Monday, July 24, 2016, at 2:30pm.
Boston, Massachusetts, April 4, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Michael Gauthier was selected as a speaker for the National Contract Management Association’s (NCMA) World Congress 2016. Mr. Gauthier will be speaking about a successful local government contract case study as a breakout speaker on Monday, July 24, 2016, at 2:30pm.
Gauthier previously worked for the City of Somerville and for various contractors supporting both the federal government and private sector clients. He has nine years of prior acquisition, contract management and operational experience involving many facets of government procurement policy development, implementation, program development, and contracting operations in areas such as training, services, goods, construction, energy management, and public works infrastructure.
“Mike has been a great addition to the City of Woburn financial team. He strives to work collaboratively with all departments to ensure the city uses the procurement process to its advantage in obtaining high quality goods and services at the best cost”, said Woburn’s Mayor, Scott Galvin.
NCMA World Congress will be held July 24–27, 2016, at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, FL. World Congress is an annual event that provides professional development opportunities to the greatest minds in contracting, procurement, and acquisition. The event features more than 115 educational training sessions, over 60 exhibits, 15+ networking and social events, a free Contract Management Career Fair, and much more. Learn more today at http://www.ncmahq.org/wc16.
The City of Woburn, Massachusetts, is located about 10 miles northwest of Boston, nearly at the head of the Mystic River Valley and roughly halfway between Lowell and Boston. L-shaped and comprising 13 square miles of land, it is a small city of approximately 38,000 people. The City is a major hub for both commercial and residential development. To find more information about the City of Woburn, please visit www.cityofwoburn.com