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    Scheduled year-round, these courses offer you a hands-on way to learn.
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    Attend courses live in a virtual classroom providing real-time interaction with instructors.
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    FPSOnline brings you quality training in an easily digestible 1- 2-hour webinar format.
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    Spend 1 to 5 days immersed in government contracting topics and networking.
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    Build expertise in specialized areas - update your professional profile; advance your career.
  • Virtual Live
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    With real-time delivery in a live, online format, you can join participants from remote locations and communicate with instructors just like a traditional classroom setting. Accredited for CLE and CPE.
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    Can't join the live virtual course? Listen to the recorded version anytime you want on any mobile device. On-demand virtual courses are presented in one or more 3-hour segments.
  • Virtual Events
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    Scheduled year-round, our popular weeklong events such as FAR Week, are brought to you in a virtual, online format. Events are broadcast in 3-hour segments over a two- to five-day period.
Virtual Series
Feb 8-9, 2021
A Practical Guide to the Incurred Cost Submission Virtual - February 2021
This virtual course focuses on what contractors must know about the Incurred Cost Submission, ICS, including analysis of ICS Model Schedules, Contract Costs, and Rate Structures. It is designed to show contractors how to identify and capture all allowable costs that may be claimed for reimbursement in the prescribed format consistent with FAR Part 42 requirements, and mitigate the risk of audit problems and issues.
Virtual Series
Feb 8, 2021
Basics of Cost Reimbursement Contracting Virtual - February 2021
This virtual course will give you, as a participant, an overview of this contract type as well as what the difference is between cost reimbursement and fixed price contracts. We will also define the different cost reimbursement contracts you may see including cost-plus, fixed fee; cost-plus, incentive fee; cost-plus award fee, etc.  
Virtual Series
Feb 4, 2021
Cloud Security Fundamentals and FedRAMP Compliance Virtual - January 2021
The Cloud Security and FedRAMP compliance virtual course provides students with an in-depth knowledge of cloud security requirements, cloud security issues, cloud computing architecture and security concepts for the three types of cloud computing: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) , Software as a Service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS), and explains what cloud service providers and agencies must do to understand the latest guidance provided by NIST and to meet the requirements for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).
Virtual Series
Feb 3-4, 2021
DCAA Contractor Business Systems and Internal Controls Virtual - February 2021
This virtual course consists of an examination of the characteristics of adequate business systems relevant to compliant accounting and management systems required for Government contracts.
Virtual Series
Feb 2-3, 2021
Contract Closeout Virtual - February 2021
This course will teach participants the important procedures you should know to follow through with the post-completion phase of a government contract. Students will learn how the contract closeout process does not start at the end of the contract, but actually starts in the acquisition phase and continues throughout the life of the contract. Participants will learn how to develop and follow a process that makes the final closeout more efficient and effective.
Virtual Series
Feb 2-3, 2021
The Government Contract Intellectual Property Workshop Virtual - February 2021
The Government Contract Intellectual Property Live Virtual Workshop is a comprehensive 4-part designed for lawyers and contracting professionals, whether they represent government contractors, educational institutions, or government agencies.
Virtual Series
Feb 1-3, 2021
Basics of Government Contracting Virtual - February 2021
This 6-part virtual course will give government contractors a comprehensive review of the entire federal procurement process, from start to finish, emphasizing the practical, the keys to success in today's contract world. Special emphasis will be placed on the impact of the Acquisition Streamlining Statutes and the implementing regulations on procurement activities.
Virtual Series
Jan 28-29, 2021
Advanced FAR Workshop Virtual - January 2021
In this 4-session virtual course, students will gain a practical understanding of these areas so they can comply with the complex requirements of these FAR Parts and avoid pitfalls by anticipating and resolving potential problems. We will start with an analysis and explanation of the FAR Parts listed above and follow with a review of key sections of the corresponding clauses. This coverage will be augmented by case studies and a review of actual contract documents that we will use as the foundation for further class discussions.
Virtual Series
Jan 27, 2021
DFARs Workshop Virtual - January 2021
This one-day concentrated virtual course on the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) will enable attendees to better understand the structure and content of the DFARS and how it relates to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).  The course is intended for personnel with some familiarity with the FAR who want to learn about the acquisition regulations and policies that are specifically applicable to Department of Defense acquisitions.
Virtual Series
Jan 25-26, 2021
FAR Workshop Virtual - January 2021
This is a virtual course on how to understand and use the Federal Acquisition Regulation in your daily contracting activities including in-depth analysis of the FAR system, the key contract clauses and contract forms.Course includes an explanation and demonstration of how to use the FAR online for research, reference, and updating.