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Federal Acquisition and Contracting Curriculum

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Graduate School USA’s Acquisition curriculum helps individuals develop the skills necessary to minimize risks, maximize competition, maintain integrity, and assure delivery of products and services according to contract terms and conditions. Courses are designed to strengthen the acquisition competencies of managers, supervisors, administrative personnel, and others who are responsible for acquisition or contract management.

We offer all the courses needed to meet training requirements for Federal Acquisition Certification for Contracting Officer’s Representatives (FAC-COR) Level 1, 2, and 3 certifications. This curriculum also includes several Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Equivalent courses for those who need DAU equivalent training. We offer many courses to help those holding FAC-COR, Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting (FAC-C), and Federal Acquisition Certification for Program and Project Management (FAC-P/PM) certifications to meet their continuous learning requirements.

Acquisition Courses

Foundation Courses

Intermediate Courses

Advanced Courses

Learn about Federal Acquisition Certifications

Graduate School USA courses can help you meet your certification training requirements including continuing education requirements. We offer many courses that address general business and technical FAC-C competencies to help you meet continuous learning points (CLP) requirements.

Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Equivalent Courses:

Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPEs) for Acquisition Training

Many of Graduate School USA's daytime courses, particularly in acquisition, auditing and financial management, offer continuing professional education credits (CPEs). States and many professional organizations have CPE requirements to meet standards, maintain CPA licenses and professional certification to improve the professional proficiency of the individual and the quality of the financial management and auditing professions. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, individual state boards of accountancy, the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, the Association of Government Accountants, U.S. Government Accountability Office are a few of the organizations and agencies that require CPEs.

Note: Each 50 minutes of a program or training activity will be recorded as one CPE credit. Agencies, at their discretion, may consider one CPE unit to be equal to one CLP unit.