CON 216: Legal Considerations in Contracting
CON 216 concentrations on legal considerations in the procurement process and students are introduced to the basic principles and sources of law relevant to procurement, including fiscal law. The course also discusses various other legal issues that may develop during a contract, such as protests, assignment of claims, disputes, fraud, contractor debt, performance issues, and contract termination. CON 216 prepares contract professionals for all types of legal issues and provides authentic examples.
- Identify the legal and ethical principles that apply to Government contracts
- Identify the most common constraints on use of appropriated funds
- Identify the issues associated with intellectual property
- Identify different processes by which challenges may be filed against a federal acquisition
- Determine when an assignment of claims is permitted.
- Identify the legal issues associated with contract performance
- Identify formal disputes resolution under CDA
- Identify criminal, civil, and administrative remedies for fraud
- Select the process and procedures for terminating a contract
- Identify the tools for recovering monies owed the Government
- Course Length – 2 Days
- Continuous Learning Points (CLPs) – 23
- Graded Materials Include: Attendance of all Instructional Hours, Course Exercises, Homework, and Course Exams/Quizzes