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Task Order Contracting

This two-day, elective course will increase your skills at identifying, establishing, and ordering work under Task- and Delivery Order Contracts. You will learn how to critique excerpts from sample solicitations for multiple award task order contracts, develop pre-negotiation positions on loaded labor rates for task order contracts, and identify requirements that may (and may not) be placed against sample task order contracts. This course will teach you how to develop, determine, and maintain positions and documents critical for task order contracts based on government requirements. At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to carry out a task order contract from conception to closeout.

Learning Objectives

  • Determine how and when to establish task order contracts
  • Draft statements of work for task order contracts
  • Establish the basis for pricing offers
  • Establish non-price factors for award
  • Select the indefinite delivery vehicle
  • Determine how and when to make multiple awards
  • Solicit and evaluate offers
  • Recognize if a requirement may be ordered under the contract
  • Identify which awardees should be considered for the order
  • Determine which awardees (if any) to contact prior to placing an order
  • Conduct exchanges with one or more of the awardees

Pre-Requisites

None

Course ID

TOC-EL

Length

2 Days

CLPs

16

Testimonials

“As someone who has had limited exposure to task orders, this course provided a great foundation of knowledge. I will use it as I begin to engage preparing task orders.” – 2020 participant

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