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Basics of Government Contracting

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$1,450.00

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A comprehensive 3-day review of the entire Federal procurement process from start to finish, emphasizing the practical, the keys to success in today's contract world. With special emphasis on the impact of the Acquisition Streamlining Statues and the implementing regulations on procurement activities. 16.5 CLE hours; 19.0 CPEs. Fee per person; $1450.

Federal Publications Seminars

Provider:


Federal Publications Seminars

Topic(s):


Purchasing/Procurement

Who Should Attend?


Newcomers to Government contracting, specialists who wish to familiarize themselves with the total picture, veterans who need to be brought up to date


CLE Hours

This Course is Eligible for

16.5(60 minute)

19.8(50 minute)

CPE Hours

This Course is Eligible for

19.0(CPE) hours of credit.

Program Level: Basic

Program Prerequisite: None

Advance Preparation: None

Method: Group-Live

A comprehensive three-day review of the entire Federal procurement process - from start to finish - emphasizing the practical, the keys to success in today's contract world. With special emphasis on the impact of the Acquisition Streamlining Statutes and the implementing regulations on procurement activities.

This is a fundamental course in Government contracting covering, in critical-point fashion, the key elements you need to function effectively in today’s Federal procurement world. Further, the program covers a comprehensive amount of ground in an easily digestible manner in clear, concise terms you can swiftly apply to your individual work and operations.

Who is this course for? First, and most obviously, for the relative newcomers to Government contracting. Second, for specialists who have been working in limited areas of procurement—those who have not had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the total picture. Third, for veterans who feel the need for an effective refresher, to be brought up-to-date on new rules, new procedures, new rights, and new remedies.

It is a truism in education that basic courses should be taught by the best teachers—by professionals who have the ability to explain clearly and to maintain the students’ interest. Our Course Faculty, you will find, meets these standards. Further, they have the additional advantage of speaking from experience, since each is a specialist involved daily in procurement matters.


The Course Curriculum

The Setting

Sealed Bidding

Competitive Negotiation

Costs

Specifications

Inspections and Warranties

Contract Changes

Differing Site Conditions

Subcontract Basics

Terms and Conditions

Claims Before the Contracting Officer

Terminations for Default

Terminations for Convenience

Delays and Suspensions

Liquidated Damages

The Disputes Process

Appeals to Board of Contract Appeals

Federal Court Proceedings


Sponsor Background:

Federal Publications Inc., founded in Washington, DC in 1958, is recognized as the dominant force in providing Government procurement information to contracts professionals—the leader for high quality print publications, electronic materials, and educational seminars on Government contracting subjects. Construction contracting, immigration law, personnel and employment, international law and business, and environmental law are other areas in which Federal Publications has gained a reputation for high quality products.

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