Administration of Government Contracts


This event qualifies for 14 CPEs

This event qualifies for 14 CLPs


Solve complex contracting issues, comply with contract requirements, fulfill reporting requirements, and manage difficult situations.
This course gives you an in-depth tutorial on contract management fundamentals including the role of the contract manager in each phase of the acquisition lifecycle. Basic project management principles are interwoven to provide a baseline for successful contract management. 

 

Topics:

Contract administration planning
Managing task and delivery orders
Procurement integrity, ethics, false claims, organizational conflicts of interest, and risks
Contract modifications, terminations for convenience, and compliance
Managing the triple constraint: Scope, Cost, Schedule
Small-business subcontracting and subcontract management
Business systems
Billing, and contract monitoring and tracking
Performance evaluations
Good governance practices
Special supplier issues: supply chain management, counterfeit parts, information systems security requirements, and more

Speaker and Presenter Information

Jim Hiles

INSTRUCTOR

Jim Hiles is an acquisition expert with more than 30 years of experience in business operations, logistics, acquisition and the FAR. Jim has been directly involved in the submission of over 400 proposals to a wide variety of commercial and government clients. He has led strategies and team formation, pricing, staffing, and competitor analyses. He has also held positions in executive roles overseeing and implementing solutions and delivering services.


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Event Type
Webcast


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When
Wed-Thu, Feb 17-18, 2021, 9:30am - 4:30pm ET


Cost

Attendee:  $695.00


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Organizer
Centre Law and Consulting


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