CTM 1220 :
Government Contract Management: Principles and Practice

In this course, students examine the theory and practice of the federal acquisition management process. The course reviews the pre and post-award contracting process focusing on complex, noncommercial acquisitions. The course also examines the functional roles of individuals having responsibility in this area. Students will develop the skills and knowledge needed to perform the role of business adviser and to apply ethical principles and sound judgment to resolve contracting issues. Specific topics include knowledge to test for the Certified Federal Contract Manager (CFCM) certification and mastery of federal acquisition regulation (FAR) and government contracting best practices.

This program will not be offered before February 1, 2025.

Prerequisites

In this course, students examine the theory and practice of the federal acquisition management process. The course reviews the pre and post-award contracting process focusing on complex, noncommercial acquisitions. The course also examines the functional roles of individuals having responsibility in this area. Students will develop the skills and knowledge needed to perform the role of business adviser and to apply ethical principles and sound judgment to resolve contracting issues. Specific topics include knowledge to test for the Certified Federal Contract Manager (CFCM) certification and mastery of federal acquisition regulation (FAR) and government contracting best practices.

Overview

Discipline

Clock Hours

Clock Hours 75

Clock Hour Per Week

Clock Hours per Week
12.5

Price

$2,095.00

Military Price

$1,780.75
Students who are active duty personnel, veterans, spouses and dependents will receive a 15% tuition reduction on each course upon verification of military and discharge status, if applicable.