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Navigating the Complexities of Software License Agreements. Part II
This webinar is scheduled for one (1) 60-minute session by Masih Bahadori, CPPB.

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As the use of technology has played an increasingly more important role in the public sector, the need to draft, negotiate, and execute software license agreements has also grown significantly.  Unfortunately, many public procurement departments are not always equipped with the proper means to deal with the complexities of software license agreements.  To make matters more difficult, software is often proprietary to a specific company keen on using its own unilateral terms and conditions, thus leaving the public procurement officer with little room for negotiations.  This follow-up webinar will continue the discussion on additional components and issues related to software license agreement to ensure public procurement officers can effectively navigate their way through the complexities of software license agreements.

DATE: Tuesday, January 14, 2020

TIME: 10:00 - 11:00 am

CEU: 1.0 units


Instructor:  
Masih Bahadori, CPPB
Orange County Transportation Authority
Masih Bahadori is currently a Principal Contract Administrator at the Orange County Transportation Authority.  He began his career in public procurement 11 years ago as a contract specialist with the federal government where he worked primarily on contracts related to public works.  In the past 6 years he has transitioned to professional service type contracts, with a particular emphasis on software license agreements, including implementation, upgrade, and cloud services.  When he is not working on software license agreements, Masih serves as adjunct faculty at Irvine Valley College where he teaches a speech class.  He also enjoys playing soccer and spending time with his wife and two sons.

 

Member Registration Cost: $39 for CAPPO Members
Non-member Registration Cost:  $169 for non-members ($130 of the registration fee may be applied to membership (if qualified).


 

Negotiation Ploys and Tactics: What They Don't Teach You in Procurement 101
This webinar is scheduled for one (1) 60-minute session by Masih Bahadori, CPPB.

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Negotiation plays a key role in the day-to-day work of procurement professionals.  Unfortunately, most procurement training and materials on negotiation focus on abstract theories or general concepts that can be applied to any negotiation.  There is little focus on real-life negotiations that is specific to the field of procurement and can be utilized in the day-to-day work of procurement professionals.  This webinar seeks to fill this void by exploring the role of negotiation specific to the field of procurement.  Discussion will center on various ploys used by vendors to gain an advantage so procurement professional will be better equipped to recognize and counter such ploys.  In addition, various tactics will be covered that procurement professionals can use to increase their leverage during negotiations.

DATE: Monday, March 16, 2020

TIME: 10:00 - 11:00 am

CEU: 1.0 units


Instructor:  
Masih Bahadori, CPPB
Orange County Transportation Authority
Masih Bahadori is currently a Principal Contract Administrator at the Orange County Transportation Authority.  He is an active member of the California Association of Public Procurement Officials and serves on the Legislative & Position Committee of the National Institute of Government Procurement.  Masih has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Master’s degree in Communications from San Diego State University with a focus on negotiation research.   He has also completed the Negotiation Mastery course from the Harvard Business School.  With over 11 years of public procurement experience, Masih has led hundreds of procurement and contract negotiations, and he is eager to share with you his experience and knowledge so that you can be a better negotiator and procurement professional.

 

Member Registration Cost: $39 for CAPPO Members
Non-member Registration Cost:  $169 for non-members ($130 of the registration fee may be applied to membership (if qualified).

 


 

CAPPO Seminar & Webinar Policies

 

Payment Policy – We accept payment in the form of a check (made payable to CAPPO), cashier’s check, or credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express). All checks must be received in full 2 weeks prior to the event in order for an attendee’s registration spot to be guaranteed and not released to other potential attendees. We understand that many agencies pay for conference registrations through purchase orders. Please let your agency’s fiscal or business office know that the final payment form is due no later than 2 weeks prior to the event.

 

Cancellation Policy:  All cancellations must be received in writing 2 weeks prior to the event and are subject to a $35 administrative fee. No refunds will be granted after the 2 week pre-event deadline. Please send your cancellation request to admin@cappo.org

 

Substitution/Transfer Policy: Transfers may be made in writing until the Friday prior to the event. If you are transferring a member to a non-member attendee, the difference in registration fees will be charged as well.

 

For assistance and questions regarding registration please contact CAPPO Office at admin@cappo.org or 1-800-592-1970.


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