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Emergency Contracting

This two-day, elective course will cover how important it is for the Federal Government to continually find new ways to operate effectively in the face of emergencies. This course will provide you with an overview of emergency acquisitions, the vital steps in pre-emergency planning, as well as the process for emergency contracting operations once a disaster has struck. You will also define and administer the acquisition of goods and services to ensure oversight and mitigate fraud. At the end of this course, you will have learned how to apply contracting laws and procedures to emergency acquisitions, how to execute procurement actions in an emergency environment, and apply ethical principles to those procurement decisions.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the value of pre-emergency preparation
  • Explain the costs and benefits of awarding contracts in an emergency
  • Apply mitigation techniques to minimize pitfalls in contract administration for emergency acquisitions including non-performance and fraud
  • Identify and apply contracting laws, regulations, and procedures for emergency acquisitions
  • Assess customer requirements and execute appropriate procurement actions
  • Prepare, assemble, administer, and close out emergency acquisition purchase, delivery, task orders, contracts, documents, files, and reports
  • Employ ethical principles in procurement decisions in emergency environments

Pre-Requisites

None

Course ID

EMERG CON-EL

Length

2 Days

CLPs

16

Testimonials

“Love it! I developed a high level understanding of emergency contracting.” – 2019 participant

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