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This is Session 6 of the Foundations of the FAR webinar series. 

This session of the Foundations of the FAR program will cover Parts 15 and 36 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation.

Contracting by Negotiation (Part 15) includes information on Source Selection, Solicitation and Receipt of Proposals, Pricing Notifications, Protests and Unsolicited Proposals, Construction, Architect and Engineering Contracts. (Part 36) prescribes the policies and procedures in these types of contracts with certain clauses and standard forms which would be unique to this area. 

Part 15 Scope
This part prescribes policies and procedures governing competitive and noncompetitive negotiated acquisitions. A contract awarded using other than sealed bidding procedures is a negotiated contract.

Part 36 Scope
This part prescribes policies and procedures peculiar to contracting for construction and architect-engineer services. It includes requirements for using certain clauses and standard forms that apply also to contracts for dismantling, demolition, or removal of improvements.
About Our Presenter ...
Franklin C. Turner, Partner
McCarter & English, LLP

Mr. Turner is a partner and co-leader of the Government Contracts & Export Controls Practice Group. He is an innovative business lawyer with significant experience resolving complex government contracts issues for a broad array of companies – ranging from multinational, multibillion-dollar Fortune 500 corporations in the aerospace, defense, technology, health care and industrial supply sectors to mid-market intelligence and security services providers to small business commercial product suppliers.

Mr. Turner lectures and writes frequently regarding various issues of interest to the federal procurement community.

EDUCATION
J.D., William and Mary School of Law
B.A., University of Virginia, Foreign Affairs