Premier Series and Academies

 

GMU Certificate Programs

Certificate Tracks in Contracting with the Federal Government through George Mason University Executive and Professional Education

FUN with the FAR

Covering each Part of the Federal Acquisition Regulation and created to make the FAR approachable and thought-provoking for contracting professionals at all levels.

DFUN with the DFARS

Covering each Part of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement and created to make the DFARS approachable and thought-provoking for contracting professionals at all levels.

HOWs

Our Hands-On Workshops are low-cost trainings on common yet complex issues in the Government contracts space.

Masters Academy - Best Practices in Government Contracting

The Masters Academy is an advanced course focusing on leading practices in key areas of Government contracting.

Masters Academy - Best Practices in International Contracting

The Masters Academy – International is an innovative program designed to help you succeed in the international Government contracting market.

0-60 Government Contracting in a Capsule

The 0-60 program teaches you and your team everything you need to know about a topic in one discrete virtual class session. One day, one session, one topic covered.
Government Contracting Fundamentals

The course provides an overview and discussion of the federal government contracting process, including the procurement laws, regulations, and practical requirements applicable to it. For those who are new, relatively inexperienced, or require a supervisory understanding of government contracting, this course will provide an overview that will thoroughly familiarize them with the federal contracting process, provide a strong foundation on which to build greater subject-matter expertise, and dispel common myths and misunderstandings. For those with some experience, the course will refresh understanding, heighten knowledge, provide context, sharpen issue awareness, and improve the ability to operate successfully in this highly complex and competitive field.

Online Training All-Inclusive

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Webinar and Virtual Class Bundle

  • Subcontracting Summit: A Case Study Approach to Best Practices Virtual Series
    1. January 28: Overview of Subcontracting and FAR Part 44 (Recorded)
    2. February 25: Joint Ventures and Teaming Agreements (Recorded)
    3. March 24: Risk Management
    4. April 28: Flowdowns
    5. May 26: Subcontracting Plans
    6. June 23: Best Practices in Prime’s RFP Development
    7. September 22: Subcontract Pricing
    8. October 27: Purchasing Systems
    9. November 24: Administration
  • Cybersecurity: It Isn’t Just for Techies Anymore! Virtual Series
    1. January 21: Introduction and Overview (Recorded)
    2. February 18: Protecting Sensitive Information (Recorded)
    3. March 17: Regulations and Standards (Recorded)
    4. April 21: The Cloud and FedRAMP
    5. May 19: Confronting the threat – sharing information and spreading the risk
    6. June 16: Breach Investigation and Response
  • The Professor’s Forum with Ralph Nash and Tim Sullivan Virtual Series
    1. January 30: The Role of Technical Proposals (Recorded)
    2. February 27: Market Based Competition (Recorded)
    3. March 26: Two-Step Procurement Procedures
    4. April 30: Selecting the Right Type of Contract
    5. May 28: Evaluating Price and Cost Realism
    6. June 25: Negotiating for Best Value
    7. September 24: Resolving Disputes
    8. October 29: Cardinal Change Doctrine
  • NEW Cracking Open Government Contracting Webinar Series
    1. January 14: Cracking Open an RFP (Recorded)
    2. February 11: Cracking Open the FAR (Recorded)
    3. March 10: Cracking Open Professor Nash’s Formation of Government Contracts (2011) (Recorded)
    4. April 14: Cracking Open the CPSR Guidebook
    5. May 12: Cracking Open the CMMC
    6. June 9: Cracking Open Professor Nash’s Administration of Government Contracts (2006)
    7. July 14: Cracking Open the DFARS
    8. August 11: Cracking Open the Guidebook for Performance Based Services
    9. September 8: Cracking Open the DoD’s Other Transactions Guide
    10. October 13: Cracking Open the DoD Commercial Items Guide
    11. November 10: Cracking Open the ITAR
  • Supply Chain Symposium Webinar Series
    1. January 15: 2020 Update – Mandatory FAR Flow-Down Clauses and Best Practices (Recorded)
    2. February 19: 2020 Update – Advanced Flow-Downs, Mandatory DFARS Clauses, and Best Practices (Recorded)
    3. March 18: Data rights and Cyber Security in the Defense Industrial base (Recorded)
    4. April 15: Navigating Recent Changes To the Small Business Landscape
    5. May 20: Applicability of TAA (Trade Agreements Act) and Supply Chain Risk
    6. June 17: Latest Developments in Supply Chain Pricing and Cost Issues
  • Financial Forum Webinar Series
    1. January 14: Incurred Cost Submissions and the DCAA Audit Environment (Recorded)
    2. February 11: Cost Reasonableness and Allowability Overview and Updates (Recorded)
    3. March 10: Contract Types and Bid Protests (Recorded)
    4. April 14: Cost Estimating and Truthful Cost or Pricing Data Requirements
    5. May 12: Managing Internal Investigations into Accounting Matters
    6. June 9: Preventing and Reporting Accounting Issues Implicating Significant Overpayments and/or Fraud
    7. September 8: CAS Part 1: Application of CAS and Modified CAS Coverage: CAS 401, 402, 405, and 406
    8. October 13: CAS Part 2: Full-CAS Coverage: Disclosure Statements and Allocation of Selected Costs
    9. November 10: Pricing Requests for Equitable Adjustments and Pursuing Claims
  • HR/Labor Compliance for Federal Contractors Webinar Series
    1. August 19: Understanding the Impact of OFCCP Policy Changes on Federal Contractors
    2. September 16: The impact of Non-Disclosure Agreements
    3. October 21: Collective Bargaining for the Federal Contractor
    4. November 18: An Update on Workplace Policy
    5. December 16: Minimizing Your Legal Risk for Whistleblower Claims under the False Claims Act
  • Succeeding in Government Small Business Contracting Webinar Series
    1. August 18: Small Business Overview
    2. September 15: Formation and Affiliation Issues
    3. October 20: Protests
    4. November 17: Set Aside Programs
    5. December 15: Subcontracting, Mentor-Protégé, and Teaming Agreements

$3995

FUN with the FAR

  1. October 16: FAR Session 1 (Recorded)
    Part 1 (Federal Acquisition Regulations System)
    Part 2 (Definitions and Words & Terms)
  2. October 30: FAR Session 2 (Recorded)
    Part 3 (Improper Business and Personal Conflicts of Interest)
  3. November 6: FAR Session 3 (Recorded)
    Part 5 (Publicizing Contract Actions)
    Part 6 (Competition Requirements)
  4. November 20: FAR Session 4 (Recorded)
    Part 7 (Acquisition Planning)
    Part 10 (Market Research)
    Part 11 (Describing Agency Needs)
  5. December 4: FAR Session 5 (Recorded)
    Part 8 (Required Sources of Supplies and Services)
    Part 38 (Federal Supply Schedule Contracting)
    Part 39 (Acquisition Information Technology)
    Part 51 (Special Focus on Contractors Placing Orders under Federal Supply Schedules)
  6. December 18: FAR Session 6 (Recorded)
    Part 4 (Administrative Materials)
    Part 24 (Protection of Privacy and Freedom of Information)
  7. January 8: FAR Session 7 (Recorded)
    Part 12 (Acquisition of Commercial Items)
    Part 13 (Simplified Acquisition Procedures)
  8. January 22: FAR Session 8 (Recorded)
    Part 9 (Contractor Qualifications)
    Part 14 (Sealed Bidding)
  9. February 5: FAR Session 9 (Recorded)
    Part 15 (Contracting by Negotiation)
  10. February 19: FAR Session 10 (Recorded)
    Part 15.4 (Contract Pricing)
  11. March 4: FAR Session 11 (Recorded)
    Part 16 (Types of Contracts)
  12. March 18: FAR Session 12 (Recorded)
    Part 17 (Special Contracting Methods) Part 18 (Emergency Acquisitions)
  13. April 1: FAR Session 13
    Part 19 (Small Business Methods)
    Part 26 (Other Socioeconomic Programs)
  14. April 15: FAR Session 14
    Part 22 (Application of Labor Laws to Government Acquisitions)
    Part 23 (Environment, Energy, and Water Efficiency, Renewable Energy Technologies, Occupational Safety, and Drug-Free Workplace)
  15. April 29: FAR Session 15
    Part 25 (Foreign Acquisition)
  16. May 13: FAR Session 16
    Part 27 (Patents, Data, and Copyrights)
  17. May 27: FAR Session 17
    Part 28 (Bonds and Insurance)
    Part 29 (Taxes)
  18. June 10: FAR Session 18
    Part 30 (Cost Accounting Standards Administration)
    Part 31 (Contract Cost Principles and Procedures)
    Part 32 (Contract Financing)
  19. June 24: FAR Session 19
    Part 33 (Protests, Disputes, and Appeals)
  20. July 8: FAR Session 20
    Parts 34 (Major System Acquisition)
    Part 35 (Research and Development Contracting)
  21. July 22: FAR Session 21
    Part 36 (Construction and Architect-Engineer Contracts)
    Part 37 (Service Contracting)
    Part 41 (Acquisition of Utility Services)
    Part 48 (Value Engineering)
  22. August 5: FAR Session 22
    Part 42 (Contract Administration and Audit Services)
    Part 43 (Contract Modifications)
  23. August 19: FAR Session 23
    Part 44 (Subcontracting Policies and Procedures)
  24. September 2: FAR Session 24
    Part 45 (Government Property)
    Part 46 (Quality Assurance)
    Part 47 (Transportation)
  25. September 16: FAR Session 25
    Part 49 (Terminations of Contracts)
  26. September 30: FAR Session 26
    Part 50 (Extraordinary Contractual Actions and the Safety Act)
    Part 51 (Use of Government Sources by Contractors)
    Part 52 (Solicitation Provisions and Contract Clauses)
$2,495

Online Subscription
More than 300 of our high-quality recorded trainings on-demand and at your fingertips!  See the whole catalog here.
 $495

Virtual Government Contracts Fundmentals (8 Sessions) and FAR Workshop (5 Session)
 $1895

The PCI Forum (Streamed Training)

  1. April 22
    Cybersecurity: The Cutting Edge Online Stream & Recording
  2. April 28
    Advanced Other Transactions Stream
  3. May 7
    Negotiations Via Email
  4. May 18 (Morning)
    Final Rate & Quick Closeouts
  5. May 18 (Afternoon)
    Return of the DCAA Business System and Defective Pricing Audits
  6. June 3
    Teaming Agreements
  7. June 11
    Advanced Other Transactions Stream


 

 

 


The PCI Forum Online Webinars

  • Apr 9: Does your Leadership Journey Have you on the Wrong Path
  • Apr 16: Liquidating Damages
  • Apr 30: Where are my products from? Avoiding Country of Origin Confusion
  • May 11: Understanding betaSAM.gov
  • May 15: Surveying the Cyber Landscape
  • Jun 22: CPSR Compliance
  • Jul 7: GSA Contracting
  • Jul 16: Compliance and Your Business: Managing SCA Costs and Liability
  • Aug 10: Introduction to Contract Administration
  • Bid-Protests from All Angles Webinar Series (4-sessions)

Credit Included

Custom Online Team Training

A 2-4 Hour Virtual Program on the Topic of your Choice!
 $1200
The PCI Forum Seminars & Webinars

PCI Forum SeminarsThe Public Contracting Institute is proud to introduce its 2020 FREE seminar series covering important topics requested by you, our valued customers.  Conveniently hosted at PCI’s Washington, D.C. office in Farragut Square, participants have the opportunity to attend high-quality training in person for free!  Subject to availability on a first come, first served basis.  For remote attendees, live streaming is available.

Upcoming PCI Forum Seminars

  1. April 22
    Cybersecurity: The Cutting Edge Online Stream & Recording
  2. April 28
    Advanced Other Transactions Stream
  3. May 7
    Negotiations Via Email
  4. May 18
    Return of the DCAA Business System and Defective Pricing Audits
  5. June 3
    Teaming Agreements
  6. June 11
    Advanced Other Transactions Stream

PCI Forum Webinars PCI’s FREE webinars have been extremely popular and we are happy to continue offering them.  For those who need Continuing Education credits or certificates of completion, you can choose this option at checkout for only $45. To buy a package of 10 accredited webinars for $400, register here and you will receive a code for easy access to the 10 webinars you choose over the next year.

PCI Bundle Registrants need not register.  You receive Full Credit Access to all of the PCI Forum Webinars and other bundled programs throughout the year.

Thank you for choosing PCI for your educational needs, and please do not hesitate to suggest any topics that you would like covered by emailing sarah@publiccontractinginstitute.com.

To view all the PCI Forum Offerings, click here.

Upcoming PCI Forum Webinars

Where are my products from? Avoiding Country of Origin Confusion
April 30, 2020 at 2:00-3:30 pm (ET)
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Understanding betaSAM.GOV
May 11, 2020 at 12:00-1:30 pm (ET)
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Surveying the Cyber Landscape
May 14, 2020 at 12:00-1:30 pm (ET)
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CPSR Compliance
June 22, 2020 at 12:00-1:30 pm (ET)
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GSA Schedule Contracting
July 7, 2020 at 12:00-1:30 pm (ET)
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Compliance and Your Business: Managing SCA Costs and Liability
July 16, 2020 at 2:00-3:30 pm (ET)
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Introduction to Contract Administration
August 10, 2020 at 12:00-1:30 pm (ET)
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Recorded PCI Forum Webinars

Loss of Productivity Claims
March 25, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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Nuts, Bolts, and Beyond to be a Government Contractor
March 12, 2020 at 12:00-1:30pm (ET)
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Post Award Protests – Making an Informed Decision
March 3, 2020 at 12:00-1:30pm (ET)
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Grants Fraud, a 2020 Perspective
February 27, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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Trending Topics in Cybersecurity
February 18, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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False Claims Act Risk Areas in GSA Schedule Contracting
February 13, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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Subcontract Management
February 13, 2020 at 12:00-1:30pm (ET)
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OASIS: What You Need to Know About The Most Important Government Services Contract
February 12, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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What is the Difference Between Claims and Equitable Adjustments?
January 30, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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TINA in the New Year
January 29, 2020, at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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January 23rd – Government Contracts Update
January 23, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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SBA Updates on Subcontracting with Small Business
January 22, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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An Introduction to Cost Reimbursement Contracting
January 13, 2020 at 2:00-3:30pm (ET)
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The DOJ’s Procurement Collusion Strike Force, An Intro
January 7, 2020 at 1:00-2:00pm (ET)
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Federal IT Acquisitions Virtual Class Series
This course will cover:

  • Overview of Federal IT Acquisitions:  FAR and DFARS  (spread over 2 sessions)
  • Cybersecurity Requirements in Federal IT Acquisitions:  Best Practices
  • NIST SP 800 53 and NIST SP 800-171:  Technical Requirements and What they Mean to Contractors
  • Cloud Computing, IOT & Related Risks
  • International IT Acquisitions:  What Contractors Need to Know About European Cybersecurity Regulations
The Professor's Forum Virtual Class Series
Experience this unique opportunity. This popular webinar series with Professor Ralph Nash is now a virtual class. Each month Professor Nash and Tim Sullivan will broadcast live training from PCI’s studio in Washington, DC. You can join us in person or log on and enjoy a dynamic dialogue with Ralph and Tim and learn about important contracting issues and best practices. This is also an excellent opportunity for you and your colleagues to join in a group environment and bring your questions.

 

Subcontracting Summit Virtual Class Series
If you are perplexed by the twists and turns of subcontracting, the curve balls that prime contractors throw at you, and the challenges presented by your own subcontractors, we have just what you need! Join our instructors Cy Alba, Tim Sullivan, Bill Walter, as well as special guests, for PCI’s “Subcontracting Summit,” a series of nine 75-minute virtual webinars beginning in September.

You and your colleagues are invited to participate as our experienced faculty explains virtually every aspect of the subcontracting process over the nine-part series, using case studies based on actual events whenever possible. Whether you are a prime contractor preparing subcontracting plans or dealing with subcontracting plan audits, a subcontractor losing work share or not being paid, or trying to understand why certain terms show up in subcontracts and how the regulations relate to them, our instructors will provide you with real-life answers and guidance each month. Further, you will hear how each side views a particular subcontracting challenge and how smart contractors have resolved them. You’ll develop a better understanding of what the Federal government’s role in the process is, despite its attempts to stay out of it.

Framework for Each Class:

  • Background
  • Case studies/Anecdotes
  • Case law
  • Best practices
  • Bring your questions!

 

May the Clause Be With You Virtual Class Series
Clauses set forth in FAR PART 52, without doubt, establish a critical foundation in every Federal Government Contract. You might even say they’re the “Force” that binds a contract together! Thus, mastering when, how, and even if certain clauses should be referenced or used is a goal all should try to achieve. But due to the intimidation caused by the complexity of these clauses (especially for the beginner), that goal is often seen as impossibly out-of-reach. PCI and their expert FAR Clause Masters are ready to raise the level of your mindfulness and acumen of the FAR in a unique way.

In this NEW weekly program, our experts will select and introduce to you—in a practical way—some of the most important but often misused FAR contract clauses in an easy-to-digest 15 to 30-minute live Virtual Class. Each week will lead to your understanding the “why” and “how” a selected clause should be used and, for prime contractors, how it should be used in federal subcontracts or adapted to commercial contracts. Clauses that will be addressed throughout the year include the following:

  • 52.204-7, System for Award Management
  • 52.215-1, Instructions to Offerors – Competitive Acquisition
  • 52.232-1, Payments
  • 52.244-2, Subcontracts

A short, live question/answer session will also follow each Virtual Class. This special program will also be available via audio podcast format, so you can increase your knowledge where and how you want it! Don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to have fun and raise the level of your FAR Clause knowledge from Padawan to Master. May the Clause be with you, always!

 

Communicating Effectively to the Government Virtual Class Series
Regardless of advances in technology, effective communications remain critical in a Government contract setting. Join Tim Sullivan, Steve Daoust and Stephen Yuter as they discuss some of the problems they frequently encounter, how to deal with those problems, and how to avoid them in the future. Our speakers will break the Government contracting process into three distinct phases, Pre-Proposal, the Proposal Process, and Post-Award, and will focus on the communications challenges in each phase and best practices for overcoming them. They will discuss the most effective means of communication for each particular problem, the importance of tone, and the need to understand your audience.

 

Government Contracting Fundamentals Virtual Class
The popular 3-day Fundamentals training is now available virtually with live instruction over the course of 7 weeks/sessions. You can attend in person at PCI in Washington, DC or virtually from any computer.

The course provides an overview and discussion of the federal government contracting process, including the procurement laws, regulations, and practical requirements applicable to it. For those who are new, relatively inexperienced, or require a supervisory understanding of government contracting, this course will provide an overview that will thoroughly familiarize the attendee with the federal contracting process, provide a strong foundation on which to build greater subject-matter expertise, and dispel common myths and misunderstandings. For those with some experience, the course will refresh understanding, heighten knowledge, provide context, sharpen issue awareness, and improve the ability to operate successfully in this highly complex and competitive field.

Who Should Attend:

This “fundamentals” course is designed to benefit both government and contractor personnel, including contracting officers, contract and subcontract administrators, contract, program and item managers, finance and accounting personnel, engineers, and attorneys (in-house, outside, government), among others.

 

Federal Contracting Trends Virtual Class
It’s easy to get lost in the weeds of federal contracting, but it’s important for both government buyers and industry partners to have a strategic-level understanding of the mechanics and trends of the federal market. We give you a government-wide and industry-wide view of the most important trends in federal contracting. Understanding the broader dynamics at play is crucial to ensuring your organization is not surprised by external developments that could impact your effectiveness.

 

Financial Forum Webinar Series
A CAN’T MISS LIVE MONTHLY UPDATE AND OPPORTUNITY TO “ASK THE EXPERTS.” Join the professionals from Dentons’ Government Contracts Practice for a webinar series providing practical advice regarding government contracts cost accounting compliance issues, discussing cost and pricing trends and detailing contractor best practices. Both contractor and government practitioners will benefit from this informative and exciting webinar series.

Each registration allows for one person to log in. Your team members can join you in a conference room for no additional cost. Additional logins for those located in other offices, working remotely, or otherwise unable to participate with the registrant can be purchased for $200 each.

 

Popular Topics Free Webinar Series

Join some of PCI’s most popular instructors for a brief (between 60 and 90 minutes) overview of a topic. If that webinar is useful to you, consider signing up for one of PCI’s more in-depth classes on that topic.

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FREE: Leveraging Emerging Technologies To Create Better Contracting Outcomes
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FREE: Grants Compliance: Understanding Regulations, Risk, and Best Practices
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FREE: Cracking Open An RFP (This One’s On Us)
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FREE: DoD Profit and Weighted Guidelines Webinar
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FREE: Material Management and Accounting Systems (MMAS)
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FREE: Audit Proof your Incurred Cost Submission
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FREE: The New U.S. Export Controls Statute
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FREE: Cyber Incident Reporting and Data Protection in the Supply Chain Webinar
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FREE: DoD Cybersecurity Requirements
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FREE: What is the Difference between Claims and Equitable Adjustments?
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FREE: Federal Procurement Domestic Preferences
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FREE: Contract (Mis)Interpretation
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FREE: Material Management and Accounting System (MMAS)
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FREE: Solving the FAR Puzzle
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Trending Cost & Pricing Issues
Join Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP’s Bill Walter for an interactive discussion on current topics in cost & pricing. Government Contracting Officers are required to “purchase supplies and services from responsible sources at fair and reasonable prices.” How to accomplish this lofty goal is part process and part experience. There are many tools and techniques that are available in the marketplace and many companies and agencies will apply these in different ways. Cost Analysis and Price Analysis are the primary, essential tools used in assessing fairness and reasonableness of proposed prices. The purpose of this virtual class series is to provide insight understanding into the requirements that need to be understood by buyers and sellers in all government contracting situations. The sessions are led in a straight forward, interactive manner with real world experience and current guidance and trends through a thorough discussion of these concepts in practical and actionable terms. Participants will learn not only how things are done but understand why some of the requirements exist. The course objective, simply stated, is to have participants obtain a working level understanding of cost and price analysis and their impact on the procurement process.

 

Cybersecurity: It Isn’t Just for Techies Anymore! Virtual Class Series
This series, taught by two experts in the field, will walk participants through the most important issues facing government contractors as they navigate the fast-changing issues of cybersecurity. Starting with a survey of the current threats confronting all companies in the cyber world, and ending with a session about how to deal with a breach of your systems, this series will also delve into the new government contracting rules relating to cybersecurity, as well as the new twists on existing technology and privacy laws in light of today’s cyber events.

Augmented by guest lecturers from government and the private sector, this webinar series will combine teaching of the key rules with war stories from the front lines and practical advice from experienced practitioners.

 

Supply Chain Symposium Webinar Series
PCI and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman will collaborate again in 2018 to present the fourth year of the Supply Chain Symposium, a monthly webinar series that provides insights about latest legal and practical issues that impact the supply chain. Attendees include management from the largest prime contractors and systems integrators to employees of small businesses and the lowest tier of subcontractors. In 2018, the PCI/Pillsbury Supply Chain Symposium will cover the mandatory FAR and DFARS flow-down clauses as of January 1, 2018; best practices in subcontract management and administration; preservation of data rights; monitoring cyber security throughout the supply chain; bid protest issues; cost and pricing issues; and recommended areas of emphasis driven by the current Presidential administration. We hope you will join us.

Each registration allows for one person to log in. Your team members can join you in a conference room for no additional cost. Additional logins for those located in other offices, working remotely, or otherwise unable to participate with the registrant can be purchased for $200 each.

Topics & Dates

All webinars run from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm (ET)

January 17: 2018 Update – Mandatory FAR Flow-Down Clauses and Best Practices
February 21: 2018 Update – Advanced Flow-Downs, Mandatory DFARS Clauses and Best Practices
March 21: Small Business Opportunities, Risks, and Challenges Impacting the Supply Chain
April 18: Cyber Incident Reporting and Data Protection in the Supply Chain
May 16: Best Prime and Sub Practices for Successful Contract Formation and Protests
June 20: 2018 Update – Prime and Sub Cost Allowability and Pricing Issues

Registration
$945, $472.50 Government

Each registration allows for one person to log in. Your team members can join you in a conference room for no additional cost. Additional logins for those located in other offices, working remotely, or otherwise unable to participate with the registrant can be purchased for $200 each.