Icms- Intermediate Contracting for Mission Support

In this application-based course, participants will apply the knowledge and skills learned in CON 214 and the Level I Contracting courses as they work in teams to complete an extensive, realistic, federal contract case study. Course participants demonstrate their ability to develop and execute business strategies to meet customer requirements. CON 215 helps fosters the development of critical thinking skills through activities including: customer needs analysis, strategic sourcing, procurement strategy development, and source selection execution

Target Audience
This course is for intermediate-level contracting personnel who are Level I certified in Contracting and have 2 years of contracting experience

COURSE OBJECTIVES
Students who successfully complete this AMCI equivalent course will be able to:
Develop a variety of options/alternate strategies to meet mission needs and promote customer satisfaction;
Apply appropriate laws, regulations, and policies to a complex procurement;
Apply formal source selection procedures;
Conduct a competitive discussion; and
Execute the appropriate contract arrangement to support customer needs.

COURSE OUTLINE
Decision Making and Problem Solving
Mission Support Planning
Solicitation Preparation
Response Evaluation and Award
Performance Assessment
Contract Modification and Negotiation Exercises
Contract Closeout

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