Government Contracting Risk Management: Myths and Best Practices

Listen this webcast from Washington Technology and key speakers Navigant's Gregory A. Garrett and Deltek’s John Kunzier to hear how undertaking effective risk management enables contractors to efficiently and cost-effectively mitigate potential problems.

During this webcast you will learn:

  • 10 common myths about risk management;
  • 4 categories of best practices that can help government contractors apply an effective life-cycle opportunity and risk;
  • The most important concerns of government buyers of products and services; and
  • Specific types of risk that increase the likelihood that one or more of these concerns becomes reality.


Gregory Garrett, Managing Director, US Government Services, Navigant

Gregory A. Garrett is the Managing Director and leader of the Navigant US Government Services practice, headquartered in Vienna, Virginia. He is an internationally recognized expert in government contracting, cost estimating, contract pricing, proposal management, and project management.
He is also an author of 20 books and 100+ published articles, a former highly decorated United States Air Force Military Officer, acclaimed speaker, and respected international business consultant. During the past 30+ years, he has managed more than $30 Billion of large complex contracts and projects in both the U.S. government and industry. He has taught and consulted with more than 25,000 professionals in 40+ countries. He is the recipient of numerous national and international business awards for his writing, teaching, consulting, and leadership.

John Kunzier, Regional Manager, Risk Management SM, Deltek

John Kunzier is the Regional Manager – Risk Management SME at Deltek, a leading provider of program controls, earned value management and risk management software. John works with project oriented organizations to direct Deltek strategy and develop project controls applications for project driven businesses. 
With over 20 years in project management and technology, John has worked with organizations like General Motors, Amtrak, and Boeing to understand and develop requirements. Johns’ project management and technology expertise makes him an enthusiastic and effective speaker/moderator. He holds a Marketing degree with a minor in Economics and in Statistics from the Pennsylvania State University.