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Contracting specialist

Ronald T Barnes

Contracting specialist

by Ronald T Barnes

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Published by Extension Course Institute, Air University in Gunter Air Force Station, Ala .
Written in English

  • United States. -- Air Force -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • United States -- Procurement,
  • Defense contracts -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[prepared by Ronald T. Barnes]
    SeriesAFSC 65150
    ContributionsGrimes, Joyce G, Air University (U.S.). Extension Course Institute
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14859901M

    Contract Specialist Procurement Analyst Tactical GS12 – GS7 DOC Division/Branch Chief PCO ACO Team Leader Contract Specialist Procurement Analyst Cost/price Analyst Indus Specialist Indus Base Advocate PARC DOC Competition Advocate C, Small Bus. Div/Br Chief PCO ACO Tm Ldr. Training Required for Contract Specialists. Contracts are an integral part of any company or business, and many employ contract specialists to assure that the company stays protected in any contracts it enters into. A contract specialist oversees the entire contract process, from .

    A Contract Specialist will take responsibility for drafting and reviewing contractual agreements between the company and its suppliers. The job description varies from industry to industry, but the Contract Specialist Resume gives a list of the following common core duties – negotiating contract agreements, assessing contractor’s performance to identify and amend changes if required.   What To Look For In A Contract Law Book. Regardless of whether you’re a student or an entrepreneur, there are a few key points you’ll need your contract law book to touch on. You should expect it to include a comprehensive overview of the subject and its origins, plus cover concepts like intent, third party contracts, and the Uniform Commercial Code.

    The Contract Management Office (SCM) assists with day-to-day contract management, contract administration, reporting requirements and vendor performance. Procurement Oversight & Delegation CAT-RAD reviews solicitations for contracts with a value of $10 million or greater and reviews contracts between $, and $10 million where agencies are. 39, Contracts Specialist jobs available on Apply to Contract Specialist, Senior Contract Specialist, Customer Support Representative and more!

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Contracting specialist by Ronald T Barnes Download PDF EPUB FB2

We now have a recommended reading list of books for Contracting Officers/Specialists and other Acquisition professionals. You may want to consider reading or having these important references on your bookshelf.

Many of these books are available through the DAU Knowledge Repository & Acker Archives if you don’t already have your own copy. Contract Specialist Qualifications. A bachelor's degree is the typical education needed for employment as an entry-level contract specialist, and many fields of study are considered acceptable.

Some contract specialist programs are available online. However, you are not always required to have earned a bachelor's degree as long as you've taken Key Skills: Buying good and services for business operations, evaluate suppliers, ensure contract compliance.

Contract Specialist (Career Examination Series) None Edition by National Learning Corporation (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

The digit and digit formats both work. RECOMMENDED BOOKS FOR GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING PROFESSIONALS by VERNON J. EDWARDS* hat follows is a highly idiosyncratic and incomplete list of books that I recommend for contracting professionals in government and industry.

I have included some obvious choices, such as the Cibinic and Nash books, and some that may seem peculiar. SomeFile Size: KB. Contract specialists are also responsible for assisting clients to terminate contracts on favorable terms.

An ideal contract specialist will possess a bachelor's degree or higher in one of numerous possible fields: accounting, business administration, economics, finance, and law to name a few.

This book has been expanded upon our previous book, the Desktop Guide to Basic Contracting Terms, to include new and recent terms contract managers will encounter on the job.

This book is an essential desktop reference both for those new to the profession and those more seasoned practitioners. pages, (NCMA), Here are 27 essential books that should be in every contractor’s library.

HVAC Spells Wealth by Ron Smith; If there was a Bible for service contracting, this would be it. Contracting Business Hall of Fame member, Ron Smith wrote the definitive book on running an HVAC company from start to finish.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough. For the person who’s really interested in the money aspect of construction and contracting businesses, this book is well worth the cost.

There you go. That’s 15 books on construction that are chock full of information on various topics that should help move into the field of construction, or if you just want to do some on your own.

I was recently offered a job as a Contract Specialist with NAVAIR, which I met at a MOAA/Corporate Gray Career Fair in DC.

They and other civilian-military entities have entry level/training programs. NAVAIR and NAVSEA have what is called Naval Acquisiton Intern Program.

It is not really an internship, but and entry level program designed to. Contract quality performance is the responsibility of both the contractor and the Government.

The contractor is responsible for carrying out its obligations under the contract in terms of quality, timeliness and cost. The Government is responsible for ensuring that services and supplies acquired conform to the quality and performance.

Facility owners and engineers throughout the northeast and southeast U.S. depend on Contracting Specialists Incorporated for full-service support and innovative solutions to their structural stabilization, concrete repair, masonry restoration and waterproofing challenges.

Sincethe CSI team has supported mission-critical structures ranging from parking decks and building facades to. Introduction to Federal Government Contracting. Learn how to grow your business by having the federal government of the United States as a customer.

Common Federal Contracting Terms. To bid on federal government contracts, you will need to learn the strange language of government contracting. Find words you will encounter most often. Become a subcontractor by working for another company that already has a contract with the federal government.

This is a good way to introduce your company to contracting with the government and to build a track record of success. Prepare Your Business for Federal Contracting in 8 Steps.

contract specialists express antipathy toward becoming warranted contracting officers. The contracting officer position is the pinnacle for career progression as part of the contract specialist career path and possibly/usually a stepping stone toward future.

The Guides were developed to provide instruction and professional guidance for contracting personnel. They provide detailed discussion and examples applying pricing policies to pricing problems.

However, as noted in FAR (a)(7), the Guides are not directive and should be considered informational only. Contracting Professionals Smart Guide.

Course Description:This course is a FAC-C Level I certification training ct Planning will introduce personnel new to the contracting field to their role as a business advisor in the acquisition focuses on the students’ role in understanding their customers’ mission and their ability to plan successful mission support strategies based upon their knowledge of the.

Charles D. Solloway, Jr., CPCM, has more than 40 years of acquisition experience in the government and private sector. As a civilian employee of the U.S. Army, he held positions as buyer, contract specialist, contract negotiator, procurement analyst, contracting officer, director of contracting, and principal assistant responsible for s: 3.

MICC quality, oversight programs ensure contract performance Aug New leader assumes th CSB command Aug nd CBN welcomes senior enlisted leader Aug The NSSC supports the General Schedule (GS) Training Program by procuring and scheduling training courses required for FAC-C certification.

The NSSC serves as the POC for contract specialists in the Agency training program. The NSSC also coordinates the Agency Federal Acquisition Certification for Contracting (FAC-C) by receiving and reviewing FAC-C applications and forwarding.

Contract Specialist Courses and Training: Online Programs. Get info about online certificate and degree programs related to contracts, including contract management programs. Discover some of the course topics you'd study in these programs. Find out how to tailor your training to prepare you for a contract specialist position.

A Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) is an individual authorized in writing by the contracting officer to perform specific technical or administrative contract functions. The COR must receive a written designation of their authority to act on behalf of the contracting officer.

(DFARS Subsection ).This book appeals to a wide audience and has been written for students and professionals alike. This book: • Provides an overview of contracting logistics and the complexities of procurement and acquisition • Gives clear guidelines for successfully planning, negotiating and managing a contract • Features interest.

Being a contract specialist isn't the worst job you could have, but it's far from the best if it's not what you intended to do.

My degree is in finance, so it wasn't my intention to end up in contracts, but because I'm in the latter of the 2 groups I mentioned above, it keeps the job interesting.