The 2021 Virtual Government Contract Pricing Summit
June 29th - July 1st, 2021
What is the GCP Summit?
The annual Government Contract Pricing Summit (GCP Summit) is a unique opportunity for federal contract pricing professionals from the public and private sectors to meet, grow professionally, and help shape the future of public-private partnerships in the U.S.
Principal Director, Defense Pricing and Contracting
Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)
Vice President, Contracts & Purchasing
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition (Contracting)
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Procurement)
Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology)
Leaders and educators in contract pricing share insights, best practices, and technologies they're using to analyze, price, and negotiate federal contracts.
All attendees will receive certificates of attendance following the event. A total of nine (9) hours of content will be available from the 2021 GCP Summit program.
Network virtually with the proposal, acquisition, and contracts professionals who work for your customers, suppliers, and partners.
Join us in Supporting Wounded Warrior Project®
The GCP Summit Community is supporting the Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) and we are hoping you will consider joining us by making a donation today.
Your generous contribution will support life-changing programs that empower, employ, and engage America’s injured veterans. Thanks to the generosity of people like you, warriors and their families will never pay a penny for these services.
Let's reach our goal of $10k raised by July 2nd!
All donations made to reach $10k will be matched 100% by ProPricer.
Who Attends The GCP Summit?
The GCP Summit community is made up of professional contract pricing and acquisition professionals at all career levels, both from the federal government and from industry. Job titles typically include:
Federal Government: DoD pricing executives, contracting officers, technical evaluators, program managers, auditors.
“I learned more about the government side — seeing them face-to-face and interacting with my pricing counterpart, I feel like communication going forward between the two parties is going to be a lot better.”
Jeegar Patel Northrop Grumman
“This year was definitely a plus for me, because I had a chance to meet my DCAA [auditor], and talk about real problems, real situations, real solutions.”
Jack Bland Sierra Nevada Corporation
“Having a panel with DCMA and DCAA and getting the opportunity to ask questions to them — because we're normally so separated — is really valuable.”