This three-day, elective course will teach you how to write, review, and improve statements of work (SOW) for studies, analysis,…
This five-day course provides an overview of government contract law, intended for the experienced acquisition professional. You will learn about contract law, intellectual property and technical data rights, fiscal law, protests, claims and disputes, and ethics. This is a case-based course that is centered on student activity and participation. This course is designed to be highly interactive by building the case readings and materials into the lecture through interrogatories directed at the students. You will also be expected to develop and support a reasoned position based upon research and analysis of a given scenario.
- Determine the constitutional, statutory, regulatory, and decisional authorities applicable to both commercial and governmental acquisitions
- Identify, discuss, support, and defend the statutory, regulatory, and decisional restrictions applicable to the expenditure of appropriated funds
- Support and defend a given position by applying the concepts associated with performance under government acquisition
- Discuss the process for prosecuting a protest in a government acquisition and differentiate the various decisions of actual case law
- Discuss, support, and defend a given position using the statutes and regulations that govern the ethical conduct of a government employee
Pre-course work and case reading compromises significant time towards your CLPs.
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