Federal Government (CON 217)
DAU Approved for Equivalency
Cost Analysis and Negotiation
Techniques builds on the basic pricing skills covered in the Level I Contracting
curriculum and introduces methods and techniques necessary to analyze a contractors
cost proposal and to develop a government negotiation objective. Students will
apply the cost analysis techniques to analyze a contractors proposal and
develop a cost objective. The course also introduces negotiation terminology,
styles, and techniques.
Through 30 September 2009:
CON 112, Mission-Performance Assessment
Effective 1 October 2009:
CON 216, Legal Considerations in Contracting
This course is for intermediate-level contracting personnel who are Level I certified in Contracting and have 2 years of contracting experience.
| Course Length: 5 Class Days|
CLPs: 40 hours
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