Appropriations Law of Federal Procurement
March 6 @ 9:00 am - March 7 @ 4:00 pm$995
This two-day course will explore, explain, and provide hands-on practice in the key issues and principles of fiscal law as it affects federal procurement contracting.
This course covers the significance and risks in making fiscal law decisions. It is designed for Government contracting officers and COTRs/CORs, program managers, resource managers, budget officers and legal staffs. Contractors who want to understand the financial issues that their federal counterparts face in contract awards, modifications and administration, and terminations will also find it beneficial.
Participants will receive a thoroughly detailed course manual with text, laws, case excerpts, and examples, and will engage in review exercises and discussion problems that reinforce the presentation.
- Recognize the basic legal controls, fiscal issues, and fact patterns that arise in federal contracting
- Recognize the competing views of the Comptroller General/GAO and the Attorney General on their respective authorities and their interpretation of the Antideficiency Acts
- Identify how violations of the purpose and time laws can be corrected (or not) in order to avoid Antideficiency Act violations
- Determine the difference between severable and nonseverable service contracts; how severable service contracts can be funded across fiscal years; and how incremental funding works
- Identify a prohibited personal services contract is; what is a cardinal change is; and the issues and rules for using expired appropriations to fund contract modifications