ULC Course Description

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
Control Number: 366
Course Number: 41CCA01A
Length:36
CEUs: 3.1     PDHs: 31.0     LUs: 0.0     PDUs: 0.0     CMs: 0.0     ACE: 3.0     CEHs: 0.0
Purpose:
The course objective is to provide students with the fundamentals of the Department of Defense (DoD) acquisition process as it relates to administration of fixed-price construction contracts. The primary focus of the course is post-award contract administration, but the course includes pre-award coordination and review for field-level personnel. As an introductory course, it also serves as a developmental link between the members of the Project Delivery Team through the project life cycle.

Description:
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to identify the authorities and responsibilities of the contracting organization; recognize the statutory and regulatory requirements to ensure competition, proper contract type, and acquisition planning; identify the requirements for pre-award planning to construction contracts; identify the roles, responsibilities, and authorities of the project management team; interpret the requirements of Labor Standards law to construction contracts; interpret the rules of contract contained in the specification clause; identify the purpose of the contractor's accident prevention plan; explain construction management policies as it pertains to quality control and quality assurance; identify the basic concepts of price, cost, technical, profit, and analysis; identify the process for preparing for and holding negotiations; identify the requirements to process construction progress payment; define the policy and requirements for contract completion and closeout; and identify conditions for contract termination and the conditions of the dispute clause.

Prerequisites:
Nominees must be assigned to occupational series: selected 0340, 0800, 0905, 1100, 1102: GS-05 and above. Experience: 0-3 years in the construction function and actively engaged in the field administration of fixed-price construction contracts. Nominees should possess a knowledge of the post- award construction contract process. This course is also for those in other series actively and directly involved in the construction contract process.

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SessionLocationStart DateEnd DateSeats Open
10Jacksonville, FL6/13/20226/17/20220
11Sacramento, CA7/11/20227/15/20220
12Online, __8/15/20228/19/20220
13Online, __9/12/20229/16/20220