Contract administration is without a doubt the most complex and time-consuming part of government contracting and can pose serious risks to contractors who fail to comply with requirements in their contracts—the government can be very unforgiving in contractual matters. Less than stellar contract administration performance by contractors can result in poor assessments in the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS), up to and including termination for cause/default, even in suspension or debarment or civil monetary penalties under the False Claims Act.
Contract Administration: Do's and Don'ts is a requirement for completion of the Certified Schedules Contracts Manager certificate program.
This courses meets the course requirements of the National Contract Management Association’s certification programs.
This courses meets the requirements of the HRCI Certification Institutes continuing education requirements.
Jim Hiles is an acquisition expert with more than 30 years of experience in business operations, logistics, acquisition and the FAR. Jim has been directly involved in the submission of over 400 proposals to a wide variety of commercial and government clients. He has led strategies and team formation, pricing, staffing, and competitor analyses.
Tyler primarily focuses on employment law, litigation, and compliance with regulations on federal contractors. He has successfully litigated employment issues before the EEOC, MSPB, local counties human rights commissions, the United States D.C. District Court, Maryland District Court, and the Eastern District of Virginia.
$299 | June 10 | 10:00AM-4:00PM