On-Demand Webinars
Commercial Item Acquisition - Embracing the Clinger-Cohen Act
This webinar will focus on an overview of the laws, government policies, and regulations that apply to subcontracts and subcontract management as they relate to the Commercial Item Acquisition process.
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Commercial Item Determination
Procurement University - 2017
FAR Part 12 regulates commercial item acquisition. Selling a commercial item to the Federal Government sounds easy right? Wrong. The Federal Government wants to make sure it is getting a fair and reasonable price and when buying they want to ensure it is a commercially available item. This session will cover what is determines something to be a commercial item and how price analysis is conducted effectively. 90 Minutes
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FAR Compliance: Obligations for Commercial Item Contractors
This program will also cover the various compliance mechanisms that come into play in government contracting, including the Mandatory Disclosure Rule, suspension and debarment, and the False Claims Act. Whether a contractor holds large or small contracts or operates at the prime or subcontract level, familiarity with how these laws and regulations apply is essential for all commercial item contractors.
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FAR Parts 12 and 16 - Commercial Items and Types of Contracts
Foundations of the FAR
This session of the Fundamentals of the FAR program will cover Parts 12 and 16 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. Steven Tomanelli, instructor of the FAR Workshop for Federal Publications Seminars and author of the Annotated FAR, FAR Desk Reference and DFARs Desk Reference, will cover the acquisition of commercial items (Part 12) and discuss the use of commercial item as preference by the government. Mr. Tomanelli will also discuss Types of Contracts (Part 16) - Fixed-Price; Cost-Reimbursement; Incentive; Indefinite-Delivery; Time and Materials, Labor-Hour, and Letter Contracts; and Agreements. Upon completion, you will have a better understanding of the FAR and its impact to both government contractors and government procurement professionals. CPE/CLE credit for attendees are subject to participation and approval by the governing boards.