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Understanding Protests, Disputes, and Terminations

Description

This three-day, elective course provides a broad understanding of topics relating to contracting such as protests, claims, disputes, fraud, and terminations of Federal contracts. The course provides contracting professionals with the skills needed to prevent protests, to identify the appropriate actions to take should a protest occur, and to effectively meet and resolve disputes. It then takes it a step further and discusses the consequences of a dispute that cannot be resolved or is resolved not in favor of the contractor. This course will also discuss termination of the contract and how to use the tools of mediation and dispute resolution to reach an amicable and professional separation agreement.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify, define, and determine best practices for avoiding and mitigating protests
  • Explain the Contract Disputes Act and the resolution processes
  • Determine how to properly document and process claims and how to effectively settle disputes
  • Explain the False Claims Act (FCA) and applicability of the statute to Federal contracts
  • Identify responsibilities of the contractor and Government when dealing with FCA allegations
  • Identify and define contract breaches, defaults, remedies, termination types, required documentation, settlement processes, methods and tools to recover monies owed the Government, timelines, approvals, and common termination errors

Course ID

UPDT-EL

Length

3 Days

CLPs

24

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