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Basics of Government Contract Administration - Washington, DC



Content Partner:  Federal Publications Seminars
Price: $995.00*
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Description:

This workshop is designed to explain the legal and regulatory underpinnings of government contract administration, give you practical experience through case studies and alert you to pitfalls.

Completely updated incorporating the latest changes from the most recent statutes and Federal Acquisition Circulars

This is a student centered course designed to teach you the basics through lecture and numerous hands on case studies to include:

  • Understanding the roles of various contracting personnel and their corresponding authority
  • Learning about various contract types and their impact on contract administration
  • Managing changes and understanding the procedure for modifying a contract
  • Understanding inspection, acceptance and final payment
  • Understanding contract payments, contract financing and progress payments
  • Learning about subcontract management and flowdown provisions
  • Learning how to properly close out a contract
  • Learning the elements of a claim and the forums for filing a dispute
  • Understanding contract termination
    And more...


This specialized program covers critical contract administration topical areas, including the applicable contract clauses, forms, and relevant issues.

Now that you've been awarded a government contract, government and contractor teams focus on completing the requirements of the contract. The Government team focuses on managing costs, quality, meeting the contract schedule, and performance. The Contractor team focuses on managing risk, performance, quality, costs, and profit.

Many issues and problems surface quickly during the contract administration phase. Both government and contractor personnel must understand their rights and obligations under the contract and how to approach difficult situations and resolve problems to the mutual benefit of both parties.

This seminar is designed to be interactive using participant centered approaches to stimulate critical thinking and discussion on relevant contract administration issues. The application of certain forms and key clauses will be emphasized throughout to reinforce contract administration issues.

The case studies will be solved in small groups, and then discussed in detail by the entire class to ensure complete understanding of the contract administration principles involved.

Your course instructors are seasoned practitioners in the field of procurement and contracts management.

Mr. Lieberman is a former Deputy Inspector General at the Defense Department, practices government contracts on a day to day basis, and has taught more than 75 government contracts sessions to government and contractor personnel.

For a detailed program agenda and faculty list, please visit the Federal Publications Seminars website



Practice Areas: Government Contracting
Course Format: Live Conference
Date: 02/25/2009 - 02/26/2009
Category: Premium
Duration: 14 Hours, 0 Minutes
Schedule02/25/2009 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM US/Eastern
02/26/2009 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM US/Eastern
Location: Marvin/Cafritz Conf Ctr-George Washington Univ
800 21ST ST NW
Washington, DC - 20052-0028
United States

Cancellation Policy

No cancellations permitted less than two weeks prior to the start of the conference. For Customer Service inquiries, please call 888.494.3696.

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Total Credits: 11
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Training Type: Live Event

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