This five-day course is in conjunction with DAU/FAI Standards. The course includes comprehensive content that fully addresses many technical competencies, including acquisition planning, market research, and defining government requirements in commercial and noncommercial terms. It also covers effective pre-award communication, technical analysis of proposals, negotiation, effective contract management, and performance management. This training meets the Federal Acquisition Certification Contracting Officers Representative Program (FAC-COR) requirements governed by the OMB memorandum dated September 6, 2011.


Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the duties, limitations, and authority of the contracting officer’s representative (COR) in acquisition mission support planning

  • List the requirements for preparing a statement of work or statement of objectives

  • Evaluate proposed changes under the contract so that the best interests of the government are protected

  • Identify COR responsibilities supporting the planning and submission of contract change documents needed to negotiate a modification

  • Define the COR's role in the resolution of issues under the contract and in monitoring corrective actions

  • Recognize the importance of the COR as a representative of the contracting officer (CO) during performance of the contract

  • List the contents of a Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP)/performance assessment plan (PAP)

  • Identify assessment factors when documenting a contractor’s performance and how a COR deals with noncompliance or poor performance

  • Describe a COR’s responsibilities in inspecting and accepting supplies and services

  • Identify major requirements for timely invoice review and payments


Technical Requirements

Student are required to have a computer with internet access. 






5 Days

COR II: Intermediate

Course Dates




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    Manassas, Virginia

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