Dues Payment Instructions

BCABA Dues are collected on a calendar-year basis, with the dues collection period running from September 15 through December 31, 2017 for the following calendar year.  Interested individuals may join at any time, but dues will not be pro-rated.
The benefits of membership include:

(1) Subscription to The BCA Bar Journal, a quarterly publication unique to Board practice that includes helpful practice tips from judges and experienced practitioners along with informative articles on the latest issues in government contract law;

(2) A copy of the Annual Directory, containing members’ names and contact information, a listing of all Boards, judges and contact information, and sample forms used in Board practice.  In response to feedback provided from the membership, the BCABA has disabled its online directory and distributes the membership directory annually in the first quarter of each year;

(3) Participation in various interest sections such as our Practice & Procedures Committee;

(4) Participation in members-only events such as the Annual BCABA Executive Policy Forum; and

(5) Discounts when attending the BCABA Annual Program.

Annual Membership Dues: $45.00 ($30.00 for Government Employees)

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To pay by check, please send your payment to:

Boards of Contract Appeals Bar Association, Inc.
c/o Treasurer
P.O. Box 66612
Washington, DC 20035

Please, include with your check, your Full Name (or names if paying for multiple persons) as well as Firm/Agency, E-mail, Phone # and any other personal contact information to be entered into the Membership Directory.

Contact
BCA Bar Association, Inc.
c/o Jason N. Workmaster
P.O. Box 66612
Washington, DC 20035
(w): 202-342-2550
(f): 202-342-6147
BCA Bar Journal
SUMMER 2017 EDITION
OF BCA BAR JOURNAL

The Summer 2017 edition of BCA Bar Journal (Vol. No. XXVII, Issue No. 1) is now available. It contains timely and informative articles for government contracts practitioners. BCA Bar Journal is one of the great benefits of membership in the Board of Contract Appeals Bar Association, Inc.

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