Federal Architect-Engineer Contracting (CON 243)

Synopsis

In this course, you will learn the basics of managing Federal Architect-Engineer contracts. Whether you are the a government employee working with these contracts or a private industry contractor looking to break into the government contracts market, Federal Architect-Engineer Contracting offers an overview of many of the issues related to these very specific types of government contracts. Topics include acquisition planning, source selection, proposal analysis, contract award and work, and contract management. The course will delve into topics such as the Brooks Act and its implications, relevant FAR clauses and prescriptions that regulate Federal Architect-Engineer contracts, working with advertisements and RFPs, the roles and responsibilities of the government’s Contracting Officer or Contracting Officer’s representative, and more. Case studies and exercises are incorporated throughout the course to reinforce the knowledge and functional application of the topics covered.

Credits

  • PDUs: 35 (See PDU tab)
  • CEUs: 3.5
  • CPEs: 42
  • Field of Study: Management Advisory Services

Credits may vary by delivery method

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