Contracting Officer's Representative Course and the Contingency Contracting Environment
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The Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) course provides a comprehensive review of and instruction on the role and responsibilities of the job. This course covers ethical situations and cultural differences a contracting officer representative may experience while deployed in a contingency operation.
What You Will Learn
- Fundamentals of contracting regulations
- Contract administration
- COR responsibilities
How You Will Benefit
- Review contract terms and conditions.
- Understand each party’s role and responsibility in contract administration.
- Document and obtain approval for contract changes and modifications.
- Monitor contract expenditures.
- Learn contract closeout methodology.
- Manage ethical and legal issues in the contingency contracting environment.
- WHAT IS A COR?
- ETHICS AND INTEGRITY
- ACQUISITION PLANNING
- AWARDING THE CONTRACT
- HOW TO REVIEW THE CONTRACT
- PROCESSING CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS
- MANAGING UNAUTHORIZED CONTRACT CHANGES
- COMMUNICATIONS AND REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
- MONITORING PERFORMANCE
- RESOLVING ISSUES WITH A CONTRACTOR
- SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SERVICE, CONSTRUCTION, AND RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS
- THE CONTRACTING OFFICER’S REPRESENTATIVE IN THE CONTINGENCY CONTRACTING ENVIRONMENT
Who should attend
This course is designed for contracting officer’s representatives, program and project managers, contracting officers, and industry contracting personnel.