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April 25–27, 2005 Phoenix Civic Plaza/Hyatt Regency Phoenix Phoenix, AZ NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise”

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1 April 25–27, 2005 Phoenix Civic Plaza/Hyatt Regency Phoenix Phoenix, AZ NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise” 1 Breakout Session # 1009 John H. Young Vice President, Corporate Contracts and Pricing Northrop Grumman Corporation April 27, :20 PM Organizational Conflicts of Interest NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise”

2 April 25–27, 2005 Phoenix Civic Plaza/Hyatt Regency Phoenix Phoenix, AZ NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise” 2 Our Changing Environment Defense Industry Developments Have Impacted the Ability of Industry and Government to Protect Information –Industry Consolidation Fewer Prime Contractors Competing for Major Systems –Increased Teaming Between Competitors in Order to Meet USG Requirements –Concurrent Prime & Subcontractor Roles Between Competitors –Company Business Units Acting as Merchant Suppliers Sometimes to Sister Divisions and Competitors of Sister Divisions for the Same Acquisition

3 April 25–27, 2005 Phoenix Civic Plaza/Hyatt Regency Phoenix Phoenix, AZ NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise” 3 Our Changing Environment (Cont’d) Recent Incidents Have Led to: –Customers Expressing Concerns Over Ability of Companies to Protect Proprietary and Competition Sensitive Information Unintentional Disclosures Improper Use –Increased Emphasis on Corporate Governance and Procurement Integrity Requirements Congress Still Deliberating Some Rule Changes –Some Customers Revising and Implementing More Stringent OCI Policies NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise”

4 April 25–27, 2005 Phoenix Civic Plaza/Hyatt Regency Phoenix Phoenix, AZ NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise” 4 Firewalls Mitigate OCIs (Per FAR 9.5): Firewall Purpose To Ensure Proprietary or Competition Sensitive Information Developed By Another Company or Entrusted to the Company Is Not Used to: –Realize an Unfair Competitive Advantage –Unlawfully Impair Competition –Circumvent Specific Obligations Undertaken by the Company Concept is Simple Implementation Complexities Significant! NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise”

5 April 25–27, 2005 Phoenix Civic Plaza/Hyatt Regency Phoenix Phoenix, AZ NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise” 5 Gov’t Non-OCI Gov’t Concerns About Access To Competitive Information Gov’t Concerns About Access To Competitive Information 524 Company to Company Agreements/Contracts Contracts, Subcontracts, MOUs, MOAs, Teaming Agreements Contracts, Subcontracts, MOUs, MOAs, Teaming Agreements Consent Decrees Gov’t Requirements to Ensure Competition Gov’t Requirements to Ensure Competition 21 Internal Implemented By Business Units (BU)Voluntarily Implemented By Business Units (BU)Voluntarily Gov’t OCI Mitigation Where Contractor Is Both Supplier and Evaluator Mitigation Where Contractor Is Both Supplier and Evaluator BU1 BU2 BU3 BU4 BU5 BU6 BU7 Industry’s Challenge:

6 April 25–27, 2005 Phoenix Civic Plaza/Hyatt Regency Phoenix Phoenix, AZ NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise” 6 Where OCIs Are More Likely to Occur Management Support Services Consultant or Other Professional Services Contractor Performance of or Assistance in Technical Evaluations Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) Work Performed by a Contractor That Has an Overall Contractual Responsibility for Development or Production NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise”

7 April 25–27, 2005 Phoenix Civic Plaza/Hyatt Regency Phoenix Phoenix, AZ NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise” 7 Common OCI Mitigation Approaches Non-Disclosure Agreements Controlled access to sensitive information Establishment of an employee OCI awareness and compliance program Physical separation of employees working on OCI effort Organizational separation Limitation on personnel transfers Separate SETA Work (Contractor) From Decision Making Responsibilities (Government) NCMA World Congress 2005 “Prime Time: Contract Management at the Core of the Enterprise”

8 We All Have A Personal Responsibility In This Changing Environment We All Have A Personal Responsibility In This Changing Environment


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