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Contracting

Contract Negotiation and Administration

2019 Contracting Workshop Dates:
                      December 4-6, 2019 ~ New Orleans, LA  

This two and a half day intermediate-level workshop offers participants an opportunity to delve into the technical and complex issues associated with contract negotiation and management. The workshop will examine federal, industrial, clinical, international, and other types of contracting in the context of policy, process, and institutional culture.

The participants will engage in mock negotiations, role-play, and breakout sessions to cultivate their skills and expand their understanding of contract negotiation principles. Topics to be covered include contract types (e.g., non-disclosure agreements, materials transfer agreements, memoranda of understanding), contract clauses (e.g., intellectual property, indemnification, warranty), and applications of special issues (e.g., international human subjects research). Throughout the workshop, participants will be encouraged to develop negotiation strategies and techniques, while considering the practical and ethical dimensions of contract negotiation.

The next Contracting Workshop will be held in 2020. More details will be released at a later date.        

Contracting Participant Testimonials

Having only just under 2 years of experience with Contract Negotiations, I found this workshop to be extremely informative. The speakers were very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about this subject. I know I will be applying the information I learned from this workshop in my job first hand. Thank you!

Lauren Bradley, University of Delaware

The presenters were the best I've ever seen in the research-administration field. They combined superior expertise and experience with humor, performance, and variety... Thank you for putting on this much-needed program. I will recommend it to all of my colleagues.

Michael Gouin-Hart, Grand Valley State University

I found the workshop educational and stimulating. The presenters were engaging, highly knowledgeable, and encouraged attendee participation.

Kourtney Hennard, Vanderbilt University

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