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FAR - "Less Complicated"
Our comprehensive explanations will help new FAR users, while our in-depth examples will aid experienced contract professionals. This two-day training offers critical information through hands-on workshops that will help both contracting and technical personnel better understand and navigate the FAR. Attendees will come away from the course feeling confident about how to apply the FAR to a variety of acquisition scenarios. Key Topics: Apply F...
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Subcontracts Management: What Prime Con...
You need a subcontractor - now what? The Federal Acquisition Regulations sets forth a number of requirements. Prime contractors must follow these requirements when issuing subcontracts. We will discuss these requirements and how they impact subcontract formation as well as prime contractor procurement polices and procedures. Key Topics: Overview of common FAR requirements the Prime must follow Understanding Prime contractor responsibilities r...
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Subcontracts Management - Modifications...
You have issued a subcontract, now what?We will talk about FAR requirements and basic subcontracts management, to include how to manage changes/modifications required during performance. We will discuss how formation impacts subcontract management – from execution to closeout. Key Focus Details: FAR Requirements Basic Subcontracts Managment Thinking through company processes to achieve better subcontract management Review of contract fo...
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CPSR: Easy As 1-2-3
Your company has become a successful government contractor and business is growing! You’re winning higher dollar, flexibly priced contracts and the future is bright! But then you receive a risk assessment from your Contracting Officer asking for information that’s needed to determine if you are subject to a Contractor Purchasing System Review (CPSR), a government review to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the way your c...
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