The Contracting Education Academy at Georgia Tech (The Academy) kicks-off a four-day course on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, covering the fundamentals of using the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
The course is being conducted at Georgia Tech’s world-class professional education facilities in the Global Learning Center located on campus in midtown Atlanta.
This Contracting Overview of the FAR is Module 1 of CON 090: Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Fundamentals, and includes the identification of the basic principles of contracting by the federal government, identification of and access to on-line resources, and instruction on the location, citation, and interpretation of the FAR, the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) as well as other federal agency FAR supplements.
Originally designed exclusively for federal contracting officers, The Academy has expanded its scope so that it is relevant to multiple audiences, including contractors seeking to learn more about the federal contracting process, federal officials who need to satisfy job-related continuous education requirements, and anyone seeking more information about the federal acquisition profession.
More information about this course is available at: http://www.pe.gatech.edu/courses/con-090-1-contracting-overview-far.
In all, there are four modules that make-up the CON 090 course series. Information about the entire series — and related courses — can be found by clicking here. Students can decide to take any or all of the modules, in any order.
The Contracting Education Academy at Georgia Tech is an official equivalency training provider of the Defense Acquisition University (DAU). The Academy also offers new coursework from the Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI).
Students attending CON 090 courses at Georgia Tech receive expert instruction, a printed Student Guide, helpful handouts, a deck of FAR Cards, and access to exclusive on-line resources. Students earn 2.8 CEUs. In addition, a complimentary breakfast in provided each class day.