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This classroom (CLRM) course is designed to improve your tradecraft in the acquisition of services. It uses a multifunctional approach that provides acquisition team members with the tools and techniques necessary to analyze and apply performance-based principles when developing requirements documents and effective business strategies for contractor-provided services. The course uses the seven-step Service Acquisition process, a team-oriented approach, and multiple interactive, hands-on, learning sessions to apply the principles. ACQ 265 is designed for individuals who need to improve their skills in developing and defining service requirements, supporting business strategies, and effectively managing contractor performance. However, this course may also serve as an opportunity for experienced acquisition personnel to improve their understanding of the Service Acquisition Process.
- CON 0130 Services Acquisition
All members of a service acquisition team who are interested in learning more about acquiring services for the government as well as contracting officer representatives, quality assurance reviewers, contracting specialists, and those who are involved in developing and executing performance requirements, business strategies, and assessing contractor-provided services
OBJECTIVEDownload Course Objectives
- CLE 028 Market Research for Engineering and Technical Personnel
- CON 0040 Market Research
- Foreign National Students will need to contact their Country Program Manager (CPM) who will coordinate with the Security Assistance Training Field Activity (SATFA). For additional information, please send an email to [email protected].
- Read the Services Pathway of the Adaptive Acquisition Framework
- Visit the Service Acquisition Mall (SAM)
- View the Seven-Step Service Acquisition Process, service acquisition templates, and videos on SAM.
- Optional: Students should identify and bring to class documents for a service requirement they would like to discuss.
- The CLPs assigned to this learning activity may be used to meet professional certification and/or licensure requirements (PDUs/CPE credits).