Your company has become a successful government contractor and business is growing! You’re winning higher dollar, flexibly priced contracts and the future is bright!
But then you receive a risk assessment form from your Contracting Officer asking for information that’s needed to determine if you are subject to a Contractor Purchasing System Review (CPSR), a government review to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the way your company spends Government funds and complies with federal policy when subcontracting. While this development might cause some to worry and wonder what will happen next, there’s no reason to panic.
Preparing for a Successful CPSR Audit 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.
Jack R. Hott has more than four decades of experience as a contracts professional in Government and the private sector. A retired Air Force officer, he served multiple acquisition related assignments with The Air Force and Defense Contract Management Agency.
Carri Miller’s experience includes managing purchasing and subcontract departments in support of federal and state contract awards. This includes establishing policies and procedures to manage acquisition within small and large businesses. Carri has built multiple procurement systems, supported DCAA voucher audits and DCMA CPSR audits.
$595| November 9-10 | 9:30am-4:30pm