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Avoid common government contracting pitfalls that lead to suspension and debarment proceedings.Doing business with the federal government presents unique challenges for contractors.
AIA, ENG credit available
Understand the various contract vehicles and the change processes unique to each as identified by clauses under the Federal Acquisition Regulations.Understanding and managing contract changes is key to the fair...
CLE, ENG credit available
Most companies using contractors and vendors mandate some level of oversight prior to hiring them. However, companies usually struggle to define, establish, and implement screening or qualification systems that produce...
Explore the recordkeeping requirements for government contractors and learn how to establish compliant recordkeeping practices.All federal contractors are required to maintain and keep records, yet many are unfamiliar...
CLE, ISM credit available
Construction Contract Administration is Essential for the Success of the Project. When construction personnel think of contract administration, it's usually in regard to documentation of daily activities occurring on...
Understand the various aspects of cost-plus contracting as well as common issues that may arise.This topic will provide a guide to when and how to use cost-plus contracts for construction projects.
Better understand contract clauses, possible problems, and viable solutions of the construction process.Subcontractors are often faced with various contract clauses at different stages of a project.
Understand the key issues of time and money that will have a direct impact on the success of your construction job.The success or failure of a construction project is directly linked to the terms and conditions of the...
Learn to identify which elements of a construction project are likely to be at risk for changes.All contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals and others involved in construction projects encounter...
Control risk with contract provisions and construction bonds.Construction projects involve many risk factors from cash flow to weather, and workmanship to design errors.
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