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NEW Course Offering! Basic Contracting for GSA Schedules (FAC 023)

As a busy acquisition workforce professional, you need best-value solutions that save time, and leave more budget for your agency’s mission. Take advantage of our new Schedules training! It provides an interactive learning experience, integrating web 2.0 and social media technology.

This training offers four (4) continuous learning points (CLPs) that may count towards your contracting certification and continuing education. You’ll learn how to effectively use the Schedules program to meet your requirements, use GSA tools to enhance competition, achieve small business utilization, procure sustainable acquisitions, and much more.

Sign up today for the course entitiled, “Basic Contracting for GSA Schedules” (FAC 023). You’ll learn about procedures for placing orders, for supplies and services, against Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) as outlined in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 8.4.

Course Details:

• Topic 0: Course Introduction
• Topic 1: Introduction to the MAS Program
• Topic 2: Benefits of the MAS Program
• Topic 3: Acquisition Life Cycle
• Topic 4: Market Research
• Topic 5: Acquisition Strategies Using Schedules
• Topic 6: Acquisition Flexibility for Use of Schedules
• Topic 7: Task/Delivery Order Award, Administration and Closeout
• Course Summary
• Exam
• Survey

Course Benefits:

•Training is FREE
•Learn most up-to-date MAS Schedules information
•Available online 24/7, easily done from home
•CLP Certified (4 CLP credits)

Questions or feedback on the course are welcome, on our discussion board

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MicheleTobin
<p>Here are the questions I was asked to share from this morning&#39;s session.</p><p>Where is the exact FAR reference relating to not competing outside of schedules under the MAS? Also is documentation still kept for 7 years or did it change with the new system update?</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
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