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Venue:
Virtual
State:
On-Line
This event is only offered virtually. Please see the event description for details.
Start Date:
Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 1:00 PM
End Date:
Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 2:30 PM
The objective of this session is to provide EIS Delegation of Procurement Authority training to agency contracting officers involved in preparing solicitations for the EIS contract.

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EIS Delegation of Procurement Authority Training

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Who should attend: This training is not open to contractors. Federal Agency Ordering Contracting Officers (OCOs) or other officials with authority to obligate funds must complete this training before requesting a Delegation of Procurement Authority (DPA), which will authorize them to issue task orders against the EIS Multiple Award, Multiple Agency IDIQ Contract. Participants will earn 1.5 CLPs upon completing this course. 

One of the government’s top priorities for telecom is planning and executing the transition of services from expiring Networx, WITS 3, and the Regional Local Services contracts. Agency Ordering Contracting Officers (OCO) or other officials with authority to obligate funds must receive a Delegation of Procurement Authority (DPA) from GSA prior to using EIS or issuing task orders.

A key element of the strategy for a successful transition is for GSA to provide effective training support to agencies.  In addition to the DPA training available through Defense Acquisition University (DAU), GSA is conducting an interactive, virtual DPA training session offered on two separate dates, please choose one.  Topics covered will include:  
 
·       Review of the DPA and its purpose
·       Description of FAR 16.505 requirements for task
        orders under EIS
·       Review of the EIS OCO role and responsibilities  
 
If you have questions regarding this training event, please contact the Transition Coordination Center Transition Training team, EISTCC.TRAINING@gsa.gov

Name: EIS DPA Training
Instructor: Scott Sizemore
CLP Credits: 1.5
Start Time: 05/23/2019 1:00 PM, EDT
Session: CT# 03292019-59916

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