This three-day, elective course will teach you how to write, review, and improve statements of work (SOW) for studies, analysis,…
This three-day, elective course will provide you with both the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize the legal and practical implications of government contract claims actions. After this course, you will understand what constitutes a claim, the rules for preparing a claim, and how to respond to the filing of a claim.
- Understand what defines a contract claim
- Determine the role of contracting officers in preventing, addressing, and resolving claims
- Recognize potential sources for claims and how to mitigate them early in the acquisition process
- Define how the changes clause and equitable adjustments are applied
- Outline the methods of claims resolution: Informal, Civilian Board of Contract Appeals, Court of Federal Claims, etc.
- Identify how contracting officers should apply the False Claims Act, provisions of this act, and the Truthful Cost or Pricing Data Statute
“The exercises were very worthwhile and made us think. I got a deeper understanding.” – 2019 participant
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