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FPM 332: Progressive Contracting Strategies for Programs

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 - 8:30AM to
Thursday, April 2, 2020 - 4:30PM EDT
Venue Address: 
ACT-IAC Headquarters
3040 Williams Dr STE 500
Fairfax , VA 22031
Tuesday, March 31, 2020 - 8:30AM to
Thursday, April 2, 2020 - 4:30PM EDT
2020-03-31 08:30:00 2020-04-02 16:30:00 America/New_York FPM 332: Progressive Contracting Strategies for Programs See more details at: https://www.actiac.org/fpm-332-progressive-contracting-strategies-programs ACT-IAC Headquarters, 3040 Williams Dr , Fairfax, VA
Venue Address: 
ACT-IAC Headquarters
3040 Williams Dr STE 500
Fairfax , VA 22031

Event Details

Overview

The ACT-IAC Academy is currently offering courses needed for the Federal Acquisition Certification for Program and Project Managers (FAC-P/PM).  We bring you the knowledge and skills you need to more effectively manage your Federal programs and acquisitions.  Whether you work for Government or Industry, come see how the FAC Academy can help you to learn, grow, and excel.  Our FAI-verified, FAC-P/PM Programs were built from the ground up specifically to address the requirements of the FAC-P/PM program.  Four courses cover the requirements - FPM 331, FPM 332, FPM, 333 and FPM 334.

 Regular Price:  $1,1717

 Govt/ACT-IAC Member price:  $1,545

FAI-verified FAC-P/PM Certification Program  |  Senior Level  |  Fulfills the following FAC-P/PM Competency:  Contracting

Method of Training:  Classroom -- Length of Training:  3 Days (24 hours)  |  24 CLPs  |  24 PMI® PDUs

This comprehensive course addresses the FAC-P/PM Senior Level Contracting Competency, and all of the OFPP/FAI-mandated Performance Outcomes for that competency.  It addresses the supervision, leadership, and management of the acquisition of supplies and services, construction and research and development of systems/products, including the following concepts: acquisition planning (including performance-based considerations); cost and price analysis; solicitation and selection of sources; preparation, negotiation, and award of contracts; all phases of contract administration, including termination options, if necessary.  Special emphasis in this class is on the “when” “why” and “how” of establishing collaborative relationships between a buyer and a seller.  The course also introduces and explains, in depth, the nine things that must be done “right” to have a successful contracting process.

Since this course is presented at the Senior Level, participants use it as an opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of their own contracting process and to diagnose problems and develop solutions.  Exercises and an integrated case study are included to allow the students to practice the skills that they are developing throughout the course.  In addition, the course provides an extensive self-assessment tool the students can use to determine personal as well as organizational strengths and weaknesses that should be improved.  Students will demonstrate their knowledge by answering review questions at various times during the class and by presenting an oral end-of-class Action Plan.