Project Description

CON 127: Contract Management

This training course builds on the foundation established in CON 121 and CON 124 and provides participants with the knowledge necessary to identify and utilize appropriate metrics when evaluating contractor performance. Participants will explore processes for working with their customer to ensure contract performance is meeting mission requirements. Participants will explore performance assessment strategies and remedies for contractual non-compliance, how to make and price contract changes after award, handle disputes, and finally how to close out completed contracts. Additionally, participants will gain a fundamental knowledge of the characteristics and principles of the contract termination process.

Learning Objectives

  • Given FAR, DFARS, and a case scenario, apply the major elements of contract administration planning.
  • Given FAR, DFARS, and a case scenario, categorize the policies and procedures for the post-award orientation of contractors.
  • Given a case scenario, the FAR, and DFARS, explain the policies and procedures for managing contract performance.
  • Given a case scenario, the FAR, and DFARS, determine the policies and procedures for payment.
  • Given a case scenario, the FAR, and DFARS, describe the policies and procedures for preparing and processing contract modifications.
  • Given a case scenario, the FAR, and DFARS, describe the policies and procedures for resolving contract disputes.
  • Given a case scenario, the FAR, and DFARS, define the policies and procedures for the termination of contracts.
  • Given a case scenario, the FAR, and DFARS, determine the policies and procedures used for closing out contract files.

Course Details

  • Course Length – 2 Days
  • Continuous Learning Points (CLPs) – 16
  • Graded Materials Include: Attendance of all Instructional Hours, Course Exercises, Homework, and Course Exams/Quizzes
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