This Subcontract Management course is a comprehensive tutorial that explores FAR Part 44, Subcontracting – focusing on identifying and mitigating the vast array of risks often encountered by Government contractors in subcontract arrangements. Against a backdrop of the applicable regulations and relevant case law, the course explores numerous over-arching concepts inherent in federal subcontracting, providing numerous examples and identifying “best practices” for companies. The experience is often enhanced by a comprehensive question and answer dialogue between the instructor and Government/industry attendees, during which the practical nuances of subcontracting issues are explored.
This course may also be eligible for the following credits through The Public Contracting Institute:
- 0.6 CEUs
- 6 CLEs
- 6 CLPs
If CLE credits are needed, the request along with the jurisdiction must be received before the start of the training.
This course is also eligible for 7.2 CPEs.
George Mason University Continuing and Professional Education is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417.
This Subcontract Management is an overview of FAR Part 44, Subcontracting – focusing on:
- Understanding what rights the government has to consent to a prime contractor’s subcontractors, including when those rights apply and when the government may insist that a prime contractor explore competition in subcontracting;
- Reviewing the basic requirements for a contractor’s Purchasing System, including some of the key features the government looks for when conducting a purchasing system review;
- Exploring the mandatory “flowdown” clauses that a prime contractor must include in its commercial subcontracts, as well as other practical flowdowns that may be needed to ensure compliance with the prime contract.
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