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BUS 343 - Government Contracting II


Credits: (3)
BUS 343 will describe the principles of contract formation that apply to all methods of contracting. Students will compare and contrast the solicitation and evaluation of offers when using sealed bidding and competitive negotiation and explore some of the procedural requirements in making a contract award. Policies and procedures pertaining to both bid protests and size status protests will be evaluated. In contract administration, students will ensure compliance with contract terms and conditions during contract performance. Effective contract administration involves tailoring the requirements to the complexity of the acquisition. After a contract is awarded, the Government and contractor respectively plan and initiate performance of the work. For the Government, this involves planning for contract administration and orienting the contractor. Prerequisite(s): BUS 342 . (As needed)



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