Events for November 8, 2017 › Government Contracting Seminars
LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary Upon completion of this course the participant should know the nature and intent of the US Government’s commercial acquisition initiatives for goods and services, regulatory requirements for commercial purchases made by US Government buyers and by prime contractors, requirements and best practices for performing market research, making commercial item determinations, preparing justifications, and performing prices analysis, acquisition approaches and contract vehicles including General Services Administration multiple award schedule contracts, and unique salient contract terms and conditions for both prime contracts and subcontracts. This course is recommended for contractors selling commercial products and services to the Federal Government or to higher tier government contractors as well as for US Government, prime contractor, and subcontractor buyers. Continuing Education Credits 11 CLE/ 13 … Continue readingFind out more »
LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary This course will discuss the relevant laws and regulations that apply to the federal contracting community when procuring activities during contingency operations, defense or recovery from certain attacks, major disaster declarations, or other emergencies. Each emergency is different but having a viable procurement readiness plan and personnel trained in emergency contracting procedures will help to optimize an Agency’s responsiveness during an emergency situation. Drawing on experience from events such as Superstorm Sandy, the Unaccompanied Children crisis of 2014, and the latest triple hurricane event of 2017, this course will discuss pre-emergency acquisition planning, considerations when awarding or administering contracts supporting emergencies, and acquisition flexibilities to improve the agility of the acquisition workforce during these critical situations. Although focused on the ability … Continue readingFind out more »
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