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Subcontract Management Certificate
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Subcontract Management Certificate

Gain greater skills, confidence, and professional recognition.


These courses and webinars are designed to provide the Asset Management professional with the most current and up-to-date training information related to the US Government in the area of Asset Management.


The Certificate is awarded to the participant who successfully completes 10 CEUs within 24 months.


Qualifying Training

Classroom Courses 
(Note:  Classroom Courses are available for on-site training)

  • Managing Subcontracts
    This class will provide attendees with an understanding of the contractor’s contractual requirements and responsibilities relating to subcontractor-held government-owned property. Class presentations and discussions will focus on the various processes that must be implemented by both the prime contractor and the subcontractor to ensure compliance to applicable contractual property control requirements.     3.5 CEUs 
  • UII and Non-UII GFP
    The course will provide the guidance and practical knowledge that contractors need to accomplish the initial report submittal to the IUID Registry and recognition of trigger events for subsequent reporting.     2.0 CEUs 
  • Disposition Through PCARSS
    The Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) has a web application for government agencies to screen excess property for reuse called Plant Clearance Automated Re-utilization Screening System (PCARSS).     5.0 CEUs
    This 3-Day course covers DoD demilitarization (DEMIL) policies and programs that are applicable to U.S. Munitions and Commerce Control List Items.     3.0 CEUs

On-Line Courses

  • Acquisition
    A significant function of a property system is the process of acquisition, that is, the getting or gaining of items of property needed to meet business objectives. Because acquisition involves the expenditure of organization funds, it must be carried out with a great deal of discipline.     1.0 CEU
  • Change Management
    Effective Change Management Skills drive all successful organizations. In this module you will learn key Change Management Skills that you can adopt in your organization to deliver endless results.      1.0 CEU

  • Contract and Agreement Management
    The type of agreement selected for a given project will depend on the nature of the organizations entering into the agreement (whether Federal Government, state or local government, for-profit corporation, or educational or medical institution) along with the type of work being performed, the methods of financing, billing, and payment to be used, and the purpose of the project.      1.0 CEU

  • Movement and Transfer Orders
    Effectively tracking movement and transfers throughout the property lifecycle of assets is one of the most challenging aspects of property management.     1.0 CEU

  • Property Disposition
    Even the most efficient organization must deal with excess property because no organization, whether private, public, educational or governmental, wants to tie up money and resources in property that is no longer needed.     1.0 CEU
  • Property Management
    The department within an organization that is responsible for controlling or managing property is the Property Management Office (PMO). The PMO, headed by the property manager, is responsible for establishing, guiding, managing, and maintaining an efficient property system, communicating effectively with other departments and functions, and developing and presenting training in subjects relating to property.      1.0 CEU


  • Actions to Reduce Lost Property
    This webinar covers the action steps for reducing lost property.  Understanding the potential risks for lost property is an important first step.     0.5 CEU 
  • Best Practices in Managing Property Contracts
    This webinar session discusses the responsibilities of program managers, Contractor Officers Technical Representatives, and GFP custodians who contract with private sector companies for service.     0.5 CEU
  • Managing Subcontractors: Yes, there IS an Easy Way!
    This session will cover some basic concepts in dealing with subcontractors beginning with the Statement of Work through disposition of property at a subcontractor's facility.     0.5 CEU
  • Property Audits - Before and After THE Rewrite
    This webinar offers an overview of the property control system analysis, including duties and responsibilities of contractors and Government Property Administrators.      0.5 CEU
  • Property in "FAR out" Places (It's not just Part 45)
    This session will examine FAR and DFARS requirements related to Government property as well as a variety of other regulations and DoD policies that impact or are related to Government "contract" property.  Where common knowledge leads one to FAR Part 45 and the Government Property Clauses in Part 52--there are NUMEROUS requirements STREWN throughout OTHER FAR and DFARS parts and clauses.      0.5 CEU
  • Subcontractor Liability for Loss of Government Property
    As Property Professionals, it is critical that both Government and Industry representatives understand the REQUIRED APPLICATION based upon the various parts of the FAR that drive this action.  So, for the final time, let Dr. Goetz provide the technical requirements for the PROPER flow down of the risk of loss provisions from Prime to Sub—and WHY!!!     0.5 CEU

  • The New FAR Liability Requirements
    This webinar first briefly reviews the Full risk of loss provision (Alt. I to 52.245-1) then focuses more closely on the Limited Risk of Loss provision under Paragraph (h) of 52.245-1.  Special attention is made to the SUBCONTRACTOR Liability aspect and the use of a PROPER flowdown.     0.5 CEU



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