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*This course may be lengthened to 3 days to include a day of performance-based consulting. An AMCI instructor/facilitator will apply the 2-day training to a SOW provided by your specific organization. The training is customized and made relevant to the participants' work.
Participants learn to create a performance package that will produce desired results without telling the contractor how to do thework. The course also teaches participants how to restructure a solicitation, manage the source selection process, and develop postaward administration and monitoring plans.
This course leads students through a logical sequence of actions or phases starting with identifying a need; conducting market research assessing appropriateness; preparing the solicitation package and source selection plan; and administering the PBSA to completion.
The AMCI version of PBSA is a PMI®-accredited course for all government acquisition professionals. The AMCI PBSA course satisfies the UNSECDEF (A T & L requirements for “appropriate training on preparing performance-based SOWs”) as well as the training requirements set forth by OFPP for all federal civilian agencies.
Performance-Based procurements are part of government-wide priority to make federal acquisitions more results-oriented. They have become an important contracting tool. Their design and effective use require a different set of critical thinking skills, mindset, and analytical approach from both government and industry needs.
All members of the acquisition team responsible for performing market research; defining the need, and soliciting and contracting to satisfy that need; and administering the performance-based contract to completion.
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