Contracting (CON) at Paul D. Camp Community College


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CON 100 - Shaping Business Arrangements
Provides an introduction to environment in which contracts function. Develops professional skills for making business decisions and advising other acquisition team members in successfully meeting customers' needs. Introduces students to the different acquisition contracting areas and the types of procurement alternative that may be selected for each. Presents knowledge and information systems as well as recent acquisition initiatives.
Lecture 3 hours per week.
3 credits
CON 121 - Strategic Focused Contracting II
Covers the entire acquisition process from meeting with the customer to completing the contract closeout process. Presents an opportunity to learn and apply leadership, problem-solving, and negotiation skills. Applies the knowledge and skills gained in CON 100, Shaping Sharp Business Arrangements, to cover an integrated case study approach.
Lecture 3 hours. Total 3 hours per week.
Prerequisite: CON 100
3 credits
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CON 214 - Business Decisions for Contracting
Teaches pre-award business and contracting knowledge necessary to process complex procurements. Emphasizes the planning of successful contract support strategies and executing an acquisition that optimizes customer contract performance. Explains the techniques for building successful business relationships, the benefits of strategic sourcing and spend analysis, and details of providing contract financing. Discusses an in-depth look at subcontracting, how to conduct a formal source selection, and how to analyze the information necessary to determine contractor responsibility.
Lecture 3 hours per week.
3 credits