MN3318 Operational Contract Support & Contingency Contracting

This course is a study of the principles of contingency contracting and the fundamental skills required to provide direct contracting support to joint tactical and operational forces participating in the full spectrum of armed conflict and military operations other than war, both domestic and overseas.  Topics include: Types of Contingencies, Cross-Cultural Awareness, Contingency Contracting Officer Authority, Roles and Responsibilities, Anti-Terrorism and Security, Planning, Contractual Methodologies and Instruments, Automated Tools, APEX and JOPES Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning, Annex W, Planning Synchronization and Integration, Phase Zero Contracting Operations, Funding and Execution, Contract Administration and Management (including terminations and closeouts), and Ethics/Standards of Conduct.  Prerequisites: None.

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  • Winter
  • Summer