Objectives and Intended Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Classify and differentiate “post-award activities” versus “pre-award activities.”
  • Plan and facilitate a contract/project kick off meeting.
  • Use standardized tools and standard operating procedures.
  • Train the project manager and supplier on project monitoring, documentation, and deliverables.
  • Manage rejections and remedies.
  • Successfully mediate and resolve a dispute by a contractor.
  • Successfully modify a contract.
  • Make a decision to terminate a contract.


Although a contract administration professional will spend the majority of their time in the solicitation development and contract award phases of procurement, a procurement official’s role in contract administration continues through the management of the contract.

In the process of managing work under a contract, procurement officials need to understand the actions that need to be implemented, in order to prevent and/or mitigate issues that occur during contract performance.

This course covers all contract administration activities that occur after the contract is awarded, with the ultimate goal of managing a procurement contract to a successful completion.


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