Aerospace, Defense & Government Contracting Compliance & Ethics Conference
SCCE® is now accepting applications for speakers at the virtual Aerospace, Defense & Government Contracting Compliance & Ethics Conference, February 21, 2023.
The aerospace, defense and government contracting communities have compliance challenges like no others. This conference will bring together experts in the field to discuss strategies and solutions for creating effective compliance programs that meet the industry’s unique needs.
- Putting government guidance into practice
- Export controls and sanctions
- FCPA and global anti-corruption legislation
- Ensuring your supply chain is a resource not a legal or ethical risk
- Putting new technologies to work to help your program
- Ensuring your workforce understands what to do in difficult situations
- Creating and maintaining a speak-up culture
Submissions can be from individual speakers or multiple speakers.
Submissions will be accepted between September 15 – October 15, 2022. Late submissions and applications not submitted online will not be considered
- Session Title
- Presenters and co-presenters: names, titles, organizations, and emails (no more than three presenters per session)
- Biography of each presenter (no longer than 1 page each)
- Three brief bullet points explaining what attendees will learn from your session (each bullet limited to 100 characters)
- SCCE & HCCA seeks a variety of single-speaker and multiple-speaker sessions (not to exceed 3 speakers per session). When submitting a multiple-speaker session proposal, we value diverse perspectives among the co-presenters (e.g. from different employers, blend of internal compliance professionals and outside advisors, etc.).
- All sessions are 60 minutes
- Speaker Reimbursement Eligibility Policy
- Making training interactive: One Idea, by Joe Murphy
- Tips for Being Selected to Speak at HCCA/SCCE Conferences, by Adam Turteltaub
- How to Give a Bad Presentation at an HCCA or SCCE Conference, by Adam Turteltaub
- See past expert speakers talk about what makes a successful speaker and mistakes speakers make
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