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Contracting

The Contracting workforce is vital to accomplishing the DoD’s mission by negotiating the best deal for the warfighter while demonstrating prudent stewardship of taxpayer dollars. Contracting professionals instill fairness and integrity in the acquisition process and serve as an overall business advisor to DoD acquisition teams.

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Fireworks in the background of the words Celebrating FAR Part 40
Contracting
On April 1, 2024 (April Fools’ Day), 40 years to the day after the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) became effective, the Department of Defense (DoD), General Services Administration (GSA), and…
04.17.24
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Contracting, Program Management
It is said that you don’t get what you deserve; you get what you negotiate. With that in mind, registration for the new course “Negotiation Training for the Acquisition Workforce” (CON 7900) is now…
04.17.24
Birthday card with Happy 4oth Birthday Celebrating the FAR at 40 and a picture of a cake with candles on it.
Contracting
April Fools’ Day, April 1, 2024, marked the 40th Birthday of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). It was on that day, 40 years earlier, that the FAR became effective, April 1, 1984.  If you…
04.16.24
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Contracting
Are you ready to take your understanding of commercial acquisition to the next level? Look no further than CON 7810V, the Commercial Acquisition Capstone course that will empower you…
04.12.24
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Contracting
The objective of the Procurement Management Review (PMR) is to help enhance the performance of contracting departments in contributing to the success of their agencies. On behalf of the Principal…
04.11.24

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Fireworks in the background of the words Celebrating FAR Part 40
Contracting
On April 1, 2024 (April Fools’ Day), 40 years to the day after the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) became effective, the Department of Defense (DoD), General Services Administration (GSA), and…
04.17.24
Four persons talking around a table
Contracting, Program Management
It is said that you don’t get what you deserve; you get what you negotiate. With that in mind, registration for the new course “Negotiation Training for the Acquisition Workforce” (CON 7900) is now…
04.17.24
Birthday card with Happy 4oth Birthday Celebrating the FAR at 40 and a picture of a cake with candles on it.
Contracting
April Fools’ Day, April 1, 2024, marked the 40th Birthday of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). It was on that day, 40 years earlier, that the FAR became effective, April 1, 1984.  If you…
04.16.24
People looking out window across a broad city landscape
Contracting
Are you ready to take your understanding of commercial acquisition to the next level? Look no further than CON 7810V, the Commercial Acquisition Capstone course that will empower you…
04.12.24
Picture of men and women around a conference table reviewing work papersrial
Contracting
The objective of the Procurement Management Review (PMR) is to help enhance the performance of contracting departments in contributing to the success of their agencies. On behalf of the Principal…
04.11.24

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