Do you have questions about subcontracting practices or wonder when the right time is to subcontract?
Do you want to win new work in an area where you lack the experience or proper skill set?
Are you’re ready to expand into new areas while maintaining your core competencies and current clients?
If you can relate to any of these, it might be time to learn more about the subcontracting process. Subcontracting can allow you to expand your business skills and capacity, but it’s a decision that needs serious consideration to be done properly.
Our one-day “Subcontracting Basics” training course for federal contractors provides a comprehensive overview of the subcontracting life-cycle along with the applicable policies and regulations that apply to subcontracting management. It is focused on teaching practical day-to-day activities that lead to efficient, effective, and timely acquisition of goods and services in support of successful completion of contract requirements. You’ll be able to identify key risk areas associated with outsourcing that companies must recognize and manage to successfully compete in the government marketplace.
The course encourages interaction between participants and the instructor on how to effectively meet the challenges of managing relationships between prime contractors and subcontractors in order to meet company and client needs.
Come learn to keep your subcontracting work effective, profitable, and in compliance with federal guidelines.
- Consider subcontract actions consistent with major proposals and prime contracts
- Identify major players and issues in the purchase requisition process
- Identify flow down requirements in terms and conditions
- Adequately document source selection and award decisions
- Identify subcontract administration needs
- Complete timely administrative closeout of subcontracts and purchase orders
- Light refreshments
- Course materials
Book now!Price: $695
Client Price: $625
Early Bird Rates: Register by June 30 and save $100 with code EARLYBIRDJUNE100
Course Number: FCIPT.FC93