This course provides the contracting professional the training necessary for the Level III Contracting certification course. Through realistic scenario-based learning, students work individually and in teams to practice developing sound business solutions as a valued strategic and expert business advisor. Students will learn to analyze complex contracting situations with emphasis on critical thinking, problem solving, research, and risk reduction. Student course work is designed to contribute to real solutions on real acquisition problems to senior leadership and local supervisors.
Course Length: 10 Class Days
CLPs: 80 hours
Lecture; Guest speaker presentations; Team discussions and facilitation; Group presentations; Exercises
This course is designed for Intermediate-level contracting personnel who are Level I certified in Contracting and have a minimum of 2 years of contracting experience.
ACQ 101, Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management CLC 051, Managing Government Property in the Possession of Contractors CLC 056, Analyzing Contract Costs CLC 057, Performance Based Payments and Value of Cash Flow CON 200, Business Decisions for Contracting CON 216,Legal Considerations in Contracting CON 270, Intermediate Cost and Price Analysis HBS 428, Negotiating.
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