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Acquisition Workforce Professionalism . Department of the Interior Business Conference May 2006. Background. Acquisition identified as high risk by GAO and DOI-OIG Governmentwide Acquisition $ 400 Billion Interior Acquisition $4 Billion

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acquisition workforce professionalism

Acquisition Workforce Professionalism

Department of the Interior

Business Conference

May 2006

background
Background
  • Acquisition identified as high risk by GAO and

DOI-OIG

  • Governmentwide Acquisition $ 400 Billion
  • Interior Acquisition $4 Billion
  • Congressional reaction – Professionalize Acquisition Workforce
  • OMB Policy Letters
    • Acquisition
    • Internal Controls
benefits
Benefits
  • Governmentwide
    • Consistent and current training
    • Develop business managers
    • Improve customer service
  • Departmentwide
    • Improve assurance of A-123 compliance
    • FBMS Standardization
    • Improve partnership collaboration – Wildland Fire, Emergency response Teams, Service 1st initiative
benefits to employees
Benefits to Employees
  • More opportunities to qualify for jobs
  • Equalize the workforce
  • Equalize the core competencies and curriculum
  • More flexible workforce
  • Leverage training development dollars
  • Leverage training opportunities
who what
Who/What
  • Contracting Officer Representatives - new training/maintenance requirements
  • After January 2007, all new contracting officers and all contracting officers with unlimited warrants must be certified
  • All contracting officers must be certified
  • All GS-13 and above procurement/price analysts and all supervisors of acquisition offices must be certified
  • Program and Project Managers certification program
stovepipes
Stovepipes
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Acquisition Planning I or CON 101 or CON 100

Contract Formation I CON 110

Contract Admin I CON 111

++ CON 112

Price Analysis or CON 104 CON 120

Cost Analysis

Negotiation

  • CON 100 only if taking CON 110, 111, 112 and 120
stovepipes continued
Stovepipes continued
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Acquisition Planning II or CON 202 or CON 214

Contract Formation II CON 215

Contract Administration II CON 216

CON 217

+ CON 218

Government Contract Law (CON 210)

Intermediate Contract Pricing (CON 204)

level ii curriculum change
Level II Curriculum Change
  • CON 214 Business Decisions for Contracting
    • Distance Learning – 24 hrs in 30 days
  • CON 215 Intermediate Contracting for Mission Support
    • 8 days in classroom
  • CON 216 Legal Considerations in Contracting
    • 30 hours in 30 days
  • CON 217 Cost Analysis and Negotiation Techniques
    • 40 hrs in 30 days
  • CON 218 Advanced Contracting for Mission Support
    • 9.5 days in classroom
level ii curriculum
Level II Curriculum
  • Blend of distance and classroom learning
  • Distance learning courses for new knowledge
  • Classroom courses will have case-based to develop critical thinking, technical and business skills
  • Supervisors provide ample time for employees to complete on-line training
  • Pilots are complete
  • Transition starting for civilian agency training providers
  • Transition complete in FY 2007
fai sponsored training classes
FAI Sponsored Training Classes
  • Tuition costs prepaid by Acquisition Workforce Training Fund
  • Augment not replace training budgets
  • BMRA, ESI and MCI teaching DAU materials/tests
  • No Money directly to agencies
  • Allotments based on surveys
  • Survey in May for FY ’07 training needs
  • Survey in October for FY ’08 training needs
awtf fai registration process
AWTF – FAI Registration Process
  • Bureau Training Coordinators collect registration forms/confirm eligibility and prioritize
  • Point of Contact for registration is Acquisition Career Manager – prioritize Interior Needs, balance bureau requests, advocate for additional slots
  • Reschedule or cancel ASAP w/FAI
  • CON 120 (soon) and CON 353 (eventually)
  • More classes and locations in FY’07
  • Performance Based Services Acquisition –
    • Separate from DAU training – but AWTF money
    • Rescheduling/cancellations w/ BTCs/ACM
federal acquisition certification contracting fac c
Federal Acquisition Certification – Contracting (FAC-C)
  • Grandfather Education only (1/1/00) 1102, 1105, warrant holders
  • Legacy Workforce Training – Equivalencies Matrix – on-line soon
  • Civilian Agency-wide consistency and mutual recognition
  • Must have training Certificates or letter from provider
  • FAI general program guidance
  • Program administered by agency
  • 80 CLPs every 2 years – by 10/1/07
additional info
Additional Info
  • Acquisition Career Manual
    • COR, Warrants, FAC-C, ACMIS, etc
  • Acquisition Career Management Information System – ACMIS
    • Changing to DoD platform – soon
    • Bureau ACMIS coordinators
    • Implement w/in 6 months of availability
    • Manuals/implementation strategy complete