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Course length: 
60 min+
Course type:
Full Length Course
Compliance Training
FAR - Federal Acquisition Regulation
All Learners
Government Contracting
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For organizations that participate in the U.S. Government contracting arena, this course emphasizes the obligation employees have to understand and comply with the laws and regulations that apply to the process. It describes the important role employees play in maintaining your organization’s reputation as a trusted partner and explores topics such as: procurement integrity, the accuracy of cost and pricing data, organizational conflicts of interest, the rules about hiring former government employees (i.e., “revolving door” restrictions) and the protection of classified information and government property.

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Course Details

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All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • The importance of following the code of conduct
  • An overview of U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requirements
  • A review of government procurement regulations, including the Procurement Integrity Act (PIA), the Truthful Cost or Pricing Data Act, and antitrust regulations
  • Best practices for protecting classified information and securing government property
  • Mandatory disclosures, including certain personal and financial interests
  • Recognizing an organizational conflict of interest
  • A review of government and organizational policies against corruption
  • Restrictions on providing gifts to government employees
  • The importance of a hands-on approach to managing third-party relationships
  • The obligation to speak up against inappropriate behavior

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